One way that is great for getting natural looking and useful links is to make blog post on other blogs that are in your topic.
So how do you make a blog post on someone else's blog? You swap post with them. Find a blog that is about what you write. Then contact the person that owns it and ask if they would like to trade post.
You make a blog post on their blog with a link to your hub, own blog or whatever. They get to do the same on yours. You can keep doing that, making one post for your hub, another for your own site and so on.
The link is then much more natural since it's in a post about what your linking to. Plus your helping them get different types of writing styles in their blog.
It's a win win for both, unless you or the other really can't write good or it looks like canned spam.
I've got a tourist blog and a leather blog if anyone wants to contact me to swap blog post. It's a great way to get links and not many do it.
A good technique!
I currently don't have anything related to tourism but bumping this thread!
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