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Discussion in 'Link Building' started by LeePLW, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. LeePLW

    LeePLW Newbie

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    Hey,

    I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction of what to do next?

    I have selected my niche, drip fed around 25 articles over the past 2 weeks, the articles are keyword targeted and around 70-80% unique.

    I am still coming no where in Google. Should I get some software (SENuke) or a link building service? or are there any more techniques to try. I'm still growing the site and expecting around 100-150+ articles in the end, once it is earning I will be reinvesting into more articles and linking services but I just can't seem to get a start.

    Any ideas on the next step I should take would be great. Also using Amazon Affiliates not AdSense

    Thanks
     
  2. rozerr

    rozerr Registered Member

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    Make some links on high authority traffic websites to promote your articles among people. Also promote these article on social channels and groups for getting good traffic.
     
  3. sacredmarketing

    sacredmarketing Junior Member

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    Hey LeePLW,

    Make sure you are updating your website frequently with fresh high quality relevant content. Also don't focus on the amount of links that you are creating but rather focus on the quality. Find websites that are related to your specific niche and post on them. Also make sure that your onsite SEO is done properly.

    Best Regards,

    Sacred Marketing
     
  4. MattsBackpack

    MattsBackpack Newbie

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    Hey Lee

    When you say you've drip fed articles ... do you mean articles as in blog posts on your site, or articles on other sites that link back to you?

    Either way, it's all going to come down to what you do next with building up your link profile.

    There's loads of different ways you can go about it.

    I'd probably say to avoid software like SENuke. Unless you know what you're doing with that you can end up completely destroying your domain in just a couple of clicks. If you're adamant that you do want to go down the road of getting the software and doing it yourself, then this is probably the best place to start:
    matthewwoodward.co.uk/tutorials/the-ultimate-guide-to-tiered-link-building-part-1/

    If not, then have a browse around the sales threads in here, there are some good packages around (as well as some not so good ones). Just make sure you read around properly before committing to one.

    Or alternatively you can do some manual link building rather than having to spend time getting to grips with the tools.

    Start contacting bloggers in your niche and have a chat with them about potential partnerships or some way they can help you to get the word out about your new site. If you go down that road though, be aware that it makes things a lot easier to get a relationship going if you can show bloggers that you have some strong content assets that they can reference. If your articles are only "70-80% unique", that's probably not going to cut it.

    Instead you can try and find someone with a blog network who might be willing to sell you a few slots. That's probably the way I'd go if I were in your situation, as it doesn't take much time or skills on your part.
     
  5. LeePLW

    LeePLW Newbie

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    Hey Guys!

    Thanks for the reply,

    As for the software routes, I've had a look and decided it's not for me. By drip fed I mean blog posts on my own site, I know my articles are not exactly unique but until it earns something I can't pay a content writer to do some articles for me.

    I think to start with manual may be best and then head over to the sales section and get a link building package when I had earned a little with it.

    It's just frustrating waiting for some traffic, I'm trying with the social route and have a few social signals through the main social networks so hopefully this will help some what.

    Also with regards to the on page SEO I am using a WP plugin to help and as far as that goes I've covered everything.

    Once again, Thanks for the advice everyone!
     
  6. SEOnetic

    SEOnetic Senior Member

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    Use pyramid method for quick start.