Where should I start with backlinking?
I have read a few hubs on the topic but I need a clear answer on where to start.
Well, I looked at your profile, and from the topic matter on the front - you get me as a new follower.
I backlink at: digg, reddit, delicious, google bookmarks, newsvine, folk'd, facebook, twitter, redgage, tumblr, live journal. . . .and sometimes a few more.
Not sure if we're allowed to link within these answers but I started my backlinking by following the directions from http://master-dayton.blogspot.com/2010/ … just.html. It was written before the big bad Google panda bomb but it is still a very good, albeit time consuming, starting point.
Nowadays you need quality backlinks from authority websites and people who have those sites normally don't give links because they can sell them on the underground or get financial favors from people for doing that.
I honestly believe that we need to use social networks to get friendly with lots of people and discuss our needs because it does not happen organically anymore. People who say it is organic are burying their heads in the sand and making it worse for others. We need to read people's stuff and get them to read ours because it is possible to make contributions and never get seen by anyone. There was a time in the past (before adverts) where organic linking was the norm but since links have become so powerful and can mean that you live or die on the internet it has become very hard.
People keep asking this question. It is going round and round the internet.
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