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I have a question about link building

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by uncharted88, Jun 18, 2013.

  1. uncharted88

    uncharted88 Newbie

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    So this is my current set up- Within my main blog, I have set up a blog campaign. That's three related posts with three different keywords. From there I link out to article hubs, PDFS, youtube, and blo0gg3r. Within that Bl0gg3r, I have about 16 posts. Should I have each post linking to another post within that blog?

    FYI my target keyword gets around 70k global searches a month and i'm trying to go from page 6 to page 1!

    I hope that makes sense.

    Any advice helps!


    ......I have hopes to quitting being a server, and being a blogger who's drinkin' beers on the beach and playing metal shows lol.
     
  2. Endire

    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    Uncharted,

    You use the words "link out" in referring to your setup. You aren't trying to send traffic away from your site are you?

    Assuming you are driving traffic to your site, your setup sounds ok and pretty typical for a tiered link building campaign. Ideally you will want to have higher quality sites like your blogger and maybe wordpress.com blogs linked to your main site. Then have your PDFs and article hubs linked to your web 2.0 properties (the blogger and wordpress blogs). These can be of slightly lower quality but they should still be useful for visitors. Note that these should not be linked to your main site. You can go out a few more tiers but keep in mind that the more you create, the more you will have to maintain and keep track of. The quality also starts to go down the more web properties you have to manage.

    Lots of good info here,

    http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/tutorials/the-ultimate-guide-to-tiered-link-building-part-3/

    Best,

    Shawn