I want to achieve 1000 back links during December alone. Is this possible if so how do you think it can be done so easily without getting worked up
I need answers to this question too because im getting quite 'worked up' with this backlinks issue. Will keep popping in here to check on answers.
Have you read my hub on some easy ways to generate backlinks?
Here is the link: http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Easy-Free-Backlinks
How about taking 1000 dividing by 4 wks and see what you get then strive for that #
Now you just have to figure out how many hours to put in do I say, have fun?
Backlinks refers to leaving Hub URLs at other sites that will hopefully, send people back to HP lots of backlinks helps boost traffic. Hope that helps.
Blogger isn't hard to use but can be confusing with inserting codes I agree. Use Alexa to find popular sites in the topics you write about then go park a URL and move on to the next one.
Thank you soooo much. This will be a good start i think. No more hub writings for now. Must tackle backlinking this month just as oderog said.
There are ways to do this:
http://markpknowles.com/making-money-bl … u-are-not/
Plus you can have a lot of free blogger/wordpress blogs.
Managing them gets a little old.
Ahhh don't remind me about the managing I have forgotten quite few times to write articles at sites I joined up @
Your welcome, Viryabo cheers to more traffic!
Trying to get 1000 backlinks alone in December and then taking rest won't be a good idea. It's a continuous process. If you build too much backlinks fast your site may be sandboxed. With old site it is okay, but for a new site it won't be good.
I do appreciate your response and am building these back links on about 147 hubs and if you divide you get that figure is too small, which is about 7 links
Creating 1000 backlinks would be somewhat forced.
Matt Cutts talks about building natural links. 1000 backlinks in a month would come across as very non-natural to Search Engines.
Great Darkside for the tips actually my backlinks are not for one article or hubs. I have about 147 hubs of which 1000 backlinks should be shared equally and with the calculation it's about 7 back links per hub. I hope this will not hurt my back linking strategy
Be careful if you're using Digg or other similar sites. If they pick up a trend that you're linking to your own sites your account can be suspended. Mix it up a bit with other links to favourite sites and pages you don't own.
if you choose to go the social bookmarking route, avoid Digg as it is "nofollow' most of the big names are - do a search for "dofollow" social bookmarking and use those resources
Good advice Darkside - a 1:10 ratio is about right and will let you slip through the net - better still find someone in a different niche and see if they will submit your links and you submit theirs - this is much more powerful in Diggs eyes and if you can pull together a group of people to do this with even better. Great to see your focus Oderog! You'll be ranking high up in search in no time at all..
Thanks Darkside, am back linking more on Adsense sharing sites and less on social bookmarking, Am actually writing articles on these sites and linking back to my hubs. Just to mention am using Xomber, Soulcast, flixya those are just some of the sites am using. Mix have been rejecting my links although I have not been submit links to the sites. I only have about 3 articles submitted there
Back link generation is a tedious job.U cannot get it so easily.Page rank and google rank also matters of the website where u r leaving backlinks.
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