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Link Building Techniques To Help You Succeed

Updated on July 12, 2010

Link Building Techniques To Help You Succeed


Link building is one of the most important aspects of search engine optimization. If you really want to see tons of free traffic hitting your webpage, then this is the way to go. We all know that the internet is getting bigger at a huge rate and so you'll want to keep ahead of those competing against you by constructing backlinks that work. Lots of people, when they first start out internet marketing, don't use link building methods correctly, which means they won't get good results. But, if you link build in the proper way, you can increase your rankings with the search engines and you can also get a Google Page Rank. This is a terrific way to receive indirect traffic since every single link that leads to your site is an entry point for visitors to come through. In previous times, people would exchange links but that method is going by the wayside because search engines prefer one sided linking instead. You're about to learn about some simple and effective techniques to build links that offer the results you're looking for.

Press releases to release the news about your site is a tried and true way of building one way backlinks to your site. You can write a press release regarding the release of your site to any of the influential PR sites. The PR sites then send your press release to a group of online news sites. Press releases are an often forgot about means of link building, even though it sounds as easy as pie. It's only known to a few that this is a no-charge way of building one way backlinks that will take you far. If possible, start with PR sites such as PRLeap and PRWeb. You may also be able to create blogs on third party bloggers in order to get the backlinks you need. You can use one of the various blog networks like Blogger, Wordpress.com or Xanga to set up a new blog, or you can create a blog similar to, and with links leading to , your site. You can either link to your main home page or to specific pages on your site. It's a free service, it produces quality links, and you get to control the content so it takes the worry out of the process.

Submitting your site to web directories is a method that might sound monotonous to you, but it can easily get you large amount of quality backlinks. If you have time and can put in the required effort, this can be a great way to build quality links. You can search Google for a list of good web directories.

In conclusion, keep putting effort into link building and you'll get the results you want. Dropping in the search engines is hard as it's very difficult to get it back to the level it had attained.

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