A solid link building strategy is key for reaching SEO success. There are many different approaches, Can we discuss together? I will share an overview of my approach: * Tier 1: (MANUAL - I always do Tier 1 as manually and RankerX) + Expired domains/PBNs - Web 2.0 blogs: I post the 20 re-written article in 20 web 2.0 websites(blogspot, weebly, Medium, tumblr.com, wordpress.com, livejournal.com, wix.com, fc2.com, tripod.com, angelfire.com, jimdo.com, ning.com, wikidot.com, over-blog.com, unblog.fr, edublog.org, hatenablog.com, jigsy.com, webnode, webs.com, canalblog.com). Target 2-3 different keywords in an article. Insert 2 Pictures/youtube video embed in an article. - Web 2.0 Profile: find relevant .gov and .edu sites, high quality websites I post the a written article in a Web 2.0 Profile site - Document - PDF: Create Article in Word/PDF files , Insert 1 HYPERLINK in the Article. Post it in Document Sharing websites(scribd.com, slideshare.net, issuu.com,docstoc.com, en.calameo.com, authorstream.com, mediafire.com, zippyshare.com, adrive.com, fliiby.com, sharesend.com). Use different Title, Keywords, Description. - Video: Post it to YouTube and vimeo sharing websites Use different Title, Keywords, Description - Social Sharing: Google +1 - 5/day Twitter Retweet - 10/day Facebook Share - 10 articles/day Pinterest Image sharing - 10 images/day Instagram Image sharing - 10 images/day YouTube - Likes, views, subscribers - 10 difference Channel related to my content - Comment Google+ shares Twitter Re-tweets Social Bookmarking YouTube Comment * Tier 2 (I use Ranker X - GSA) : - Use Spun content(WordAI , The Best Spinner, SEO Kontent Machine) - Use 1 link in the article. - Post it in Social Networking/Bookmarking sites(premium sites, BuddyPress, Elgg, Phpfox, Jcow) * Tier 3 (I use GSA - Scrapebox): - Use Spun content.(Auto Spun) - Use 1 link in the article - Post it in Blogs comment, Forum, Guestbook, Web 2.0 Profile sites *** Anchor Text ratio Naked URL's - 20% Branded Anchors (brand name, Phrase,..) - 70% Generic Anchors (any generic word) - 5% Partial Match/LSI Anchors - 3% Exact Anchors - 2% I hope this will help.