Backlink Building Tutorial: 3 Ways to Get Backlinks and One to Avoid

Everyone knows that if you are serious about ranking higher in Google then backlinks are crucial. Many people do not know this and even more people don’t even know how to get them. I hope that if you are able to implement these strategies then you will be able to get more and more backlinks to your site which will thus result in a higher ranking.

Post RELEVANT comments on RELEVANT blogs to get RELEVANT backlinks

I think that this one is a little bit more obvious seeing as it says it all in the heading. In order to get extra backlinks then you need to start commenting.

Now I’m not saying spamming other people’s blogs but to leave genuinely relevant, maybe descriptive, comments.

Now you’re probably wondering what this has to do with building backlinks but 9 times out of 10, when you leave a comment there is an option to leave your website link on top of your comment. So now you see? When the page gets indexed by Google they will follow your link and see your website. Bam! That’s one more backlink simply by posting a relevant and helpful comment on someone’s blog.

There is something to look out for, however. In order to save a lot of time I recommend that you see if the blog has a nofollow or dofollow tag in them. Basically what this means is that if they have a nofollow tag in them it is telling Google not to follow your link when the page is indexed. Dofollow is, obviously, the opposite – where Google does follow your link. However, I am not trying to discourage anyone from commenting! In fact even if the nofollow tag is found, I still comment. I think that feedback is one of the most crucial things for a blogger, and who knows, if others find your comment helpful they can still follow your link to your website. 구글상위노출

So as you can see even by commenting once on a blog you may be increasing your chances of a backlink.

Do guest posts for other blogs

This is something which a lot of the time is overlooked. I too, am guilty for not doing this enough. In fact, on my website to date, I have not got a single guest post.

This generates a backlink because a lot of the time at the top of the page (or bottom) there is another chance to give a backlink to your own website which people can go to for more information (or even new information!) So by harnessing this you can help get your website higher by helping out someone else’s blog. So it’s a win-win situation for each blog. Most of the time the backlink will be valued because you will be commenting on a blog that is relevant to your niche. However, it is not mandatory that the blog is totally relevant.



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