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Link Building for Better Selling

Updated on December 24, 2015

Link building for better selling

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Link Building Strategy

Link building is a strategy to acquire hyperlinks from other websites to lead audience to your own. It helps the users navigate from different websites to others while surfing on the internet. Link building the key job required for search engine optimization and the techniques to build these links can vary in difficulty and efficiency. There is no doubt in saying that the better links a website has, the better it performs.

Today, internet and the social media have conquered our lives in many ways. People spend hours on the internet, searching, learning and connecting all over the world. Websites and the online market provide great opportunities to manufacturers to put their product in front of the people. One can sense the fierce competition between the online markets and how they fight to get more audience in order to sell their product. The popularity of a website depends on how well it is linked with other sites on the internet. The key to sell more products is to get more audience. If more people will view what you have to offer, evidently you will have a larger number of customers.

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The quality of good links can be measured by a few factors. These include; the global and topic related popularity of the website that provides you website with links, trust rank of the websites, the link neighborhood your website belongs to and the freshness of the links depending on general social media sharing or search engines. For better selling, it is important to build links in globally popular websites. If those websites already have a vast audience there is a better chance for people to visit your website. Apart from global popularity, it is extremely important to make sure that the links are built in websites that are related to the content and topic. This factor is essential to consider since it attracts a more targeted audience; it’s a direct approach towards the people who are actually willing to buy the product, not just view it. Off topic linking is very less effective compared to specific topic links.

The PR 0 and PR 1 Columns Represent Upper and Lower Bounds for How Many "Average" Links Are Required.

Target Page Rank Level
Cumulative PR "N/A" links Required to Reach from Nothing
Cumulative PR 0 links Required to Reach from Nothing
Cumulative PR 1 links Required to Reach from Nothing
n/a
5
1
0
0
25
5
1
1
129
25
5
2
660
129
25
3
3.395
660
129
4
17.450
3.395
660
5
89.692
17.450
3.395
6
461.019
89.692
17.450
7
2.369.637
461.019
89.692
8
12.179.935
2.369.637
461.019
This table is overtaken from site http://www.coconutheadphones.com/
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Another factor that unmistakably affects the purchase statistics of a website is the trust ranking. A website can achieve a higher trust ranking if its links are built in reliable websites with real content. This aspect is directly associated to the link neighborhood of a concerning website. It is estimated that about 60% of the web pages are spam. A website with links from trustworthy domains can significantly boost the scoring metric. This means that the audience will take a link seriously if it comes from a web page they fully trust. Many times a good website with admirable content fails to attract an audience because the links of the website are built in illegal or fake sites. This can result in a bad link neighboring and can have an adverse effect on the reputation of the website and may lead to less selling rates. Once reliable links have been established in popular websites, the next step is the maintenance of these links. The success of a website can be measured by the “freshness” of its links. If new links are constantly established in new posts, the number of visitors increases drastically. Social media can considerably support a website in for this purpose, as once a topic starts trending, it automatically comes up in up to date posts.


Link building strategies

The key to better selling is offering a product to a larger number of people. An updated website with enough information for the costumers can help one achieve that target. And a website supported with strong links can guarantee success for the product sold.

Some experts believe that 5 "good" backlinks can be much better than 100 "bad" backlinks, so number of backlinks is not the only one what you need to think about.

It is very important that how you can increase your rating with good backlinks that is how "bad" links can push you down so it is better that you don't have any link than link on site with Domain Authority below 30. If you are not some expert in building links it is better to use service from companies who are top level in this job.

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