How to make sure that you are linking a link on your hub the natural way?
I am not an expert on SEO so, I need people who can explain to me "what is natural link" and show me how it is done? Now many people is talking about this - that search engines are now looking natural links on hubs, articles or columns.
"natural link" means that the link from another site to your site (or hub), it must be created by a person (or a webmaster) who has revied the contents of the linked page on your site (or hub), and he has appreciated it to such an extent that that he decided to share it with other visitors to his site for the purpose of increasing their knowledge on the topic or theme from both sites.
To get a link to your hub, you need to do a lot of research of potential people interested in the content of your hub, then you must ask them to read it, and then ask politely if they liked your content and if they like give it an acknowledgment by placing a link on their site.
Natural, or "organic", links are not special URLs as the name suggests to many people. Instead, what search engines are looking for are links to your website or article that are generated through general interest, not traffic mills.
Ways to generate natural links include many of the same ways you foster good net etiquette in the first place. Leave relevant, useful, information-rich comments on others' blogs that genuinely interest you and relate to the content you produce on your own site. First link to other sites that produce quality, relevant content and then, if those site owners find your content to be equally relevant and useful, they are likely to link back to your site and share your content with their readers.
A natural link happens, well, naturally. You can increase the likelihood of being linked to by reaching out to other bloggers and site owners, but you shouldn't just go posting links to your own content on promotional sites. Search engines are adapting to recognize the difference.
Social media is a great source of natural links, so another great way to secure them is to share your content (in moderation) with friends and family who can, in turn, share it on their social network profiles with their friends. That's by and far one of the best ways to get high quality, natural links as search engines look upon Facebook, Twitter and Google+ links very favorably.
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