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Link Building Strategie for a new Page with low Budget

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Kaufland1, Jun 29, 2017.

  1. Kaufland1

    Kaufland1 Newbie

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    Hey Guys, I'm new in SEO, I start these days my first Page and need your opinion for a link building strategy with a $500+ Budget.

    There are so many Information about Strategies and Offer don't know where to start and what the right way is.

    Should I buy:
    - Social signals
    - press releases
    - domain authority Stacking services
    - singles links from strong pages link HuffingtonPost.com and WN.com
    - a $150 PBN
    - should I buy 10 .edu links
    - should i buy a $150 + single links + DA Stacking + + +

    Also one of y questions is. If I publish 10 Product-buying guides, will every single page get a pbn or social signal or press releases?

    there are so many possibilities, I'm not in hurry, I don't need a sky rocket start with a deep fall drop ofter a few weeks or months. I would prefer a safety but more or less secured start.

    Thx for your answers and ideas
     
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    GReaperas Regular Member

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    Keep your money and don't start buying services and PBNs just yet man. Read guides and get your on site SEO figured first. After that and when you are satisfied with your site's content start working on your link building.
     
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  3. JasonBlackHAT

    JasonBlackHAT Registered Member

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    Do some keyword research and order good and unique content for those keywords. Make your site clean from on-page errors.
     
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  4. Kaufland1

    Kaufland1 Newbie

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    You are absolutely right with the on-page optimization and read a lot of blocks about this, like backlinko, neil patel, tung tran etc. and they give out a lot of information but it seems that these strategies are made for running pages but not for new. thats way i dont know where to start with links first.
     
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    https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/t...thout-building-backlinks.748366/#post-7744346
     
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    'What should i buy..." Your approach is completely wrong. Make sure you got good quality content on your site. Optimize your page, learn about SEO (you wouldnt ask about buying social signals) and build links manually. Reach out to bloggers who would want to share your product buying guides with their audience. Remember SEO is a marathon, not a sprint.
     
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    That is quote that we all should remember. I usually wouldn't touch off page seo until 3 months supply of good content.
    Goodluck mate!
     
  8. JasonBlackHAT

    JasonBlackHAT Registered Member

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    Hey man!

    Based on my experience and what I have been doing for my clients, cleaning the website from on-page errors and good content and optimisation of it would get you rank for 30-40 mid-range competition, of course, once the search engine index it. Build social media pages, especially Facebook and boost your website content in theirs. Make sure to have a good thumbnail, social meta description and other snippets for social media for high CTR in your boosted post.

    Monitor your rankings! Once you see that your rankings are moving up, build links.

    For backlinks, you can do some by yourself such as blog commenting, web 2.0 and if your competition is very high. There are a lot of good sellers here in BHW that would give you very quality links. Make sure to drip feed them and ask the seller if he could do that.
     
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  9. Kaufland1

    Kaufland1 Newbie

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    Many thanks for your advises. I target only low competition (30 and lower). I think u got me the answers I was searching for.
     
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    How many content should a site need before starting link building?
     
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    Every niche is different. There is no absolute number of posts you must do before you start to build backlinks. However as a rule of thumb I would suggest 10-15, 1000+ words articles, with 3-5 pics and 1 video (if possible) per article. All those pages should have appropriate internal linking (don't make it look spammy) titles and subheadings that contain your keywords and good loading speed.
     
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    Hi, thank you for your prompt reply. My site is more than 2 years old but only have 107 total published posts. Daily traffic is 300 visits average. How should I improve this? Should I leave this blog?
     
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    First point is, do not respond to any PM because many would have got their eyes on your $500. Look over the marketplace, see different services, compare what matches your expectation and go ahead
     
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    Update the quality content (2-3 informative content per day that related to your niche) then start link building for the brand keyword it will boost your ranking on search engine.

     
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    I can't post 2-3 contents per day as I have my full time day job. What are your other suggestions?
     
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    You are welcome @SiRhOSEven but don't give up on your site just yet. You say you have 107 posts and your site is 2 years old. These are actually stats that help your ranking efforts by themselves. Now check your on-site SEO. If your articles are content rich you are well on your way but if they are less than 400 words without pics, videos and links to your other pages and some external links as well get these things done first. After that backlinks are the way to go and if you don't have experience with them then don't buy services just yet. The first few backlinks you create should be manual so you see how it's done for yourself. This way you will know how it's done and you will better understand what services to buy later on. Guest posts, web 2.0s and PBNs work (quality over quantity is a must here) and will provide juice for your site to rise in rankings.
     
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  18. SiRhOSEven

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    Thank you so much for your suggestions. Well my content are "rich" and I do on-page seo everytime I post articles. I have graphics and more than 500 words per article but I don't have videos.

    1. Can I embed other people videos on my blog or should I ask first their permission? For example I found a video on youtube which is related to my post, can I embed it without asking for permission?

    2. Creating web 2.0 from scratch is good or not?
     
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    In addition to above suggestions: Spend enough time on this awesome platform, learn from SEO experts, implement on your website, review again & again and DON'T BUY unless until you are satisfied with all On-Page factors required for Off-Page activities (SEO + Social Media).

    Hope that helps.

    Good Luck.

    Steve
     
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    Glad if my posts helped you mate. Now for your first question.. I am no lawyer and you might want to take the things I'm about to say with a pinch of salt but many website creators (including members of BHW ofc) embed third-party videos without asking for permission. Putting a video link in one of your pages is almost like creating an external link since you make a reference to someone else's content. So go to the video you want and if the share button is enabled then you can use the embed code to put it in your site (that or the video creator doesn't even know what the share button does) All in all as long as you are monetizing traffic on a page that includes the video as part of the content and not assuming ownership I think you are good to go. If you want to play super safe you could contact the creator of the video (who may actually ignore your message) to ask for permission. As for your second question fresh web 2.0s can't do much themselves so if you could find expired ones (preferably contextual and with good metrics) and build some more links to them that would do the trick.
     
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