I suggest you to research "review web sites" of your niche in addition to traditional approach...
There are almost endless ways to get backlinks to your hubs or websites - as an internet marketer and freelancer, this is the heart of my business.
Here is my hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Search-Engine-R … aves-Money
What I discuss there is software that is designed just to get you backlinks. There is another service I use to mass distribute articles I write.
If you want a free way to get backlinks, here are some of the best ways:
Set up a "Google Alerts" for your keywords to your website. Say your website is on vitamin D3, that would be the obvious keyword, or nutrition, supplements, etc.
Google Alerts is a way that Google will inform you when your keywords were commented on, blogged about, whatever. You will get information according to how you set up your Google Alert. The service is free, just type in "Google Alerts" and get started.
What I do when I get an alert (you can set it to tell you "as it happens" or weekly, daily, etc.), is I visit the site. If it's a blog, I'll leave a comment.
Others interested in the topic will visit my site if interested. And it works, it just takes time.
Another way to do it for free is to write an article (I write 5k words on a slow day, 20k when I'm clipping along - write a 500 word article or so, just a page), then post it to EzineArticles. Once published, either re-write it or post it to other directories, I suggest Articlesbase and GoArticles. A Copy/Paste is fine in small numbers like this.
This will get you some traffic. It will also help you get your site ranking higher in the SERPs...
For some other tips, you can read my hub on this subject (I'm going to make another one to address this very question - it's a great question, I'm in the middle of writing a beginner's guide to internet marketing for a friend's dad who wants to do this):
http://hubpages.com/hub/Search-Engine-R … aves-Money
I go into more detail about backlinks on my lens:
http://www.squidoo.com/search-engine-ra … s-and-tips
For other tips, I'd suggest a few blogs (the first being mine):
The bottom 4 all have a lot more experience than I do, my friends' blogs, but we're all in the same boat: getting more backlinks means a better position in Google...so we're all obsessed with that question!
You can study how SEO people do it. For to get back links is to apply the link building techniques. You can do social bookmarking, answering questions, blog commenting etc.
by Liam Hallam 6 years ago
Do you have a source for backlinks, traffic and seo that you'd like to share with the community? Is there somewhere in your particular knowledge area you use to help develop more backlinks?Please share your more unique sources or ideas you have Please don't simply post 'I don't need to backlink!'...
by Beth100 5 years ago
Alright, this is a very basic question (yes, I know it is, but.....) I thought I understood this but the other night, someone told me that indexing has no affect on page ranking. He went as far as to say that he has purchased page ranking from Google, etc. I have not heard of...
by Mikeydoes 8 years ago
I am okay at writing and can go way more in depth then I have, however I am not sure it is necessary to have a good profitable hub. I only do things that are fun to me, but I was just wondering about a couple things.1.) I am suggesting links using the suggested links in hubpages, now I knows its...
by Shadesbreath 10 years ago
Ok, so I want to pose a question about key words and I would like to have it discussed in my language. So... this question is for you SEO people and key word people. First, the set up:Ok, lets say I want to write an article on the proper use of the semicolon. (I'm an English geek,...
by Susannah Birch 4 years ago
A problem I see with many hubs is that they don't answer a question. So my top tips:-Your title is THE most important part of your content for SEO. -Choose a topic that's low competition (not a lot of other articles ranking in Google for the exact same thing.) -Answer a question. Or even put a...
by Suzanne Day 3 years ago
Hi all,I've been using Google Alerts to find and report duplicated hubs without having to spend hours doing a monthly search for them. Here's what you do. Go to Google Alerts, add an alert and copy and paste the headline in "" into the alert, eg., "Headline". Then select - How...
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