I don't attract much traffic on a daily basis. So, thinking to build some quick quality back links. Will it be a wise option, or I need to do something else to make it.
I would guess you need to find a different niche than affiliate marketing. All the backlinks in the world aren't going to help you compete against the front page that that brings up on Google.
Not to be rude, but you aren't really offering anything new. Obviously, if you were, you would be able to use the tips in your hubs YOURSELF and you'd be bringing in the traffic.
I've managed to pick up a few really nice backlinks organically, but first you have to show up in Google at all to be found for anyone to backlink. Affiliate marketing is just too saturated. (Burning body fat is even worse). Also, your title is a big thing bringing in Google searches. If you have misspellings in your title, you are probably not going to get too many exact matches.
Many thanks for your reply.
Believe me, I was also planning to change my niche for a while but couldn't get time to write something new and fresh.
Your reply has given me a good reason to start the process instantly. You also mentioned correctly that 'Title' is one thing that can help to attract people visit your site. So, thanks again for all useful information. Have a great day !
You can get quick backlinks or you can get quality backlinks. There isn't such a thing as a quality backlink you can get quickly.
Worry not about the backlinks, but concentrate on your hubs and their quality will bring the readers.
Like bn9900 i too believe that rather back link good content work will be fruitful
Quality content goes without saying but to get traffic you can try social media sharing.
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