Anyone who pays attention to SEO techniques knows that it is important to search for high quality, “to follow” and diverse backlink engine optimization. The challenge, of course, is where to get places to get powerful backlinks. people build their link building strategies around blog postings. It makes sense and is definitely part of our plans as well.
However, it is for this reason that Google is also aware that most marketers who are using SEO tactics to rank their sites, and are doing so and it makes sense that they achieve the highest rankings Will look for a much more varied backlink pattern.
How do you reach your audience? You have to find a way that appeals to them and their interests. The best way to get the word out about what you’re selling is with integrated marketing communications (IMC). This article will teach you how to use IMC strategies, like SEO, public relations, and social media marketing in order to build awareness of your business.
With that in mind, I am going to share the top 5 non-forum / blog backlink sources we teach in Commission Blueprint 2.0.
1. Squidoo List
Squidoo.com is a great place to get links back to your site. Write the following in Google search: You’ll be presented with a huge list of Squidoo lenses where you can add your site, as well as custom anchor text. Many of these have high PageRank!
For extra credit, add + “keyword phrase” at the end of this query, and you can target your link for relevance. For example, if you are trying to rank a fitness site, you can type:
Many Web 2.0 sites that allow you to create profiles and interact with others provide high PageRank, which “follow” the link to the website listed in your profile. Some examples include www.linkedin.com, www.flickr.com, www.twibs.com, and www.zoominfo.com.
When creating a profile on these sites (which you could do for every niche) you are able to list your website, which becomes a high-quality backlink to your site.
2. Article Marketing for Links
Most marketers are familiar with writing articles to get traffic, but we write most of our articles for backlinks. If you place a link to your site within the article (and certainly expect that you are doing so!), Each article posted is a backlink (or 2 or 3). The more articles posted, the more links you can create.
To begin with, all you have to do is write the article and submit it to some article directories. I recommend www.Ezinearticles.com, www.goarticles.com, and www.articledashboard.com.
There are no problems or penalties with submitting the same article to all three places (submit for EzineArticles first, though, as if they are the most strict about unique content), and if you are accepted by all three And there are 2 links in each article, your article will have 6 high-quality backlinks!
3. Relevant List and Resource Directory
There are many websites that serve as a resource for people interested in a particular subject. For example, a list of the top weight loss sites to visit a site can be maintained. A backlink from pages such as these can provide high quality, highly relevant backlinks. Recently the relevance of backlinks is being talked about more by Google, and it is believed that relevance will play a big role in site ranking in the near future.
- The trick is to find these sites quickly. We’ve found the following Google search queries to work very well:
- For example, if you want to create a backlink to a fitness-related site, you can search for:
- Google will return a huge list of sites that will allow you to add your web site,
One thing to watch is that many of the sites you visit will ask for reciprocal links (that is, if you link to us we will link to you). They should be avoided. It is worth the effort to find those through sites where you can add your link to your site without reciprocal links, as these links are less valuable for SEO purposes.
4. Easy EDU Link
I have saved my favorite and most special tip for last. When Google decides on your search rank position, it is generally accepted knowledge that.EDU and.GOV backlinks are very valuable. Some people also know the “trick” to find blogs and forums on.EDU domains, where they can leave useful comments that link back to their sites. If you’re not, here’s a great Google query to find.EDU blogs.