If you are a blogger with a quality blog that has really deep information about the blog topic, this article is for you. Requirements: Informative Blog. Willingness to work. Money Required? A big NO. Three step guide to get a backlink from Wikipedia. Find an unknown word/term in your niche. There are many things in any niche that are unwritten about. You may not know until you search Wikipedia for the term. Even a very famous word which Wikipedia doesn't rank for has very little information about it on Wikipedia. For example, this is a screenshot of Wikipedia a very famous term. < Search for such boxes. [Hint: A very important Footprint given above for searching with your keyword #2: Use WikiGrabber for finding such articles. http://wikigrabber.com/ ] Write a very deep article about the term/word you found.(2000 to 2500 words). Write about everything you know nearby that subject(word/term). Use internal linking and write a huge article using all the possible research. Get information from the Top #5 links of search engine result. Edit the Wikipedia article with your link. Ok. You know this! All you need is a Wikipedia account. For more help with this, visit these two Wikipedia pages. 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:External_links_and_references 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:External_links Done. Note: You can also make a YouTube channel and make informative videos and link dead links to those videos, you will not only get authority but also rank first for tough competitive keywords and make money. Also read: M4XW3LL's post [HOW TO] Build Wikipedia Links Here is a tip from SeoWrecker Check the archive file for old content and simply repost it. Code: [LIST=1] [*]External Wikipedia links are no-follow, but that doesn't mean a backlink from Wikipedia doesn't tickle google. :D [*]It is not too tough, having said that it's not too easy. [/LIST] Happy Ranking and Banking.