What are the top 3 Off-Page SEO Strategies Right Now and Why?
Post Panda, what is actually getting you meaningful results? For example, significantly increased page views per day etc....just facts please.
Backlinks from articles with good key words, affiliates bringing traffic to your sales pages for a commission and PPC ads ...
Why? You should be able to figure this out on your own!
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Thank you. "Backlinking is 1 off-page SEO strategy and pretty non-specific. Most people did this before Panda and are still doing it.
Automated backlinking? Blog-commenting with a link? If so, are some blogs better than others in SEO terms? How do you find better blogs to comment on?
The purpose of this question is to contribute to the Hubpages Community by getting some real practical off page SEO tips that will have a measurable impact on the number of daily page views for Hubs, Blogs and Webpages post panda etc; - a practical suggestion that people can go and do after reading.
One great SEO strategy that I have done, is guest-blog writing on high PR sites within my niche, making sure there's a link to my site in the article I submit.
That was one sentence that may help others increase traffic. I'm looking for more of these sentences.
I know there are some truely high level SEO folks on Hubpages and I hope they will be kind enough to share a real nugget of SEO wisdom!
Guest blogging is definitely a good start and is a pretty common way of off-page optimization. Depending on your niche it's sometimes real hard to find a person writing a blog that isn't already doing it for off-page optimization for their own company.
A simple yet way overlooked strategy in off-page optimization is Press releases, writing press releases and distributing them effectively is a huge process of off-page optimization. Not all but still some of the press websites that host these releases do have follow links. So I'd look into writing high quality press releases.
I once worked for a company that didn't do any SEO, the only thing they did do was write and distribute press releases on a bi-weekly basis. Unknowingly of how, they were on the top of Natural Search Results on almost all industry specific keywords without the use of backlinking, directory placements, article placement, PPC, etc.
Followed and relevant backlinks with the correct anchor key.
As always, great content.
Simple three answers.
Today main 3 off page strategies to promote business or services is
1) Guest Post
2) Article & Press Release Submission
3) Blog Creation
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