Get Backlinks… But from where?
Link generating is the primary method we use to increase both your search engine positioning and also the traffic you want to convert on your site.
When is comes to the inbound links.. as we know they come in a variety of different guises. You ideally should be obtaining different types of one-way links to your web-sites to increase the diversity of the backlinks coming to your website.
The following shows some of the different types available.
Inbound links from blogs:
These come from posting blog comments. You find the blog and leave a related comment (not spam like ‘I like this’ or ‘Excellent read I will come back here often’ or ‘Well done’) to the subject matter. You leave your targeted keywords as your name and a URL to backlink(normally a website field).
Inbound links from authority web-sites:
These usually come from one way links within your profiles on the site itself i.e. within websites such as codeproject.com and ehow.com, you can leave your URL within the profile itself. This links back to your site and in turn helps your ranking.
One-way links from forums:
These are simply one-way links that come from your forum profiles themselves. The backlinks are dropped inside your BIO / Signature with your own anchor text. These links are normally coded in the form of bbcode or html.
Inbound links from web 2.0 sites:
These are backlinks from websites such as squidoo / hubpages and zimbio AND these types of backlinks rank very well. This is because we are taking advantage of the authority of the site itself by using articles that include your keywords in the ‘title’ and 2/3 times in the article body. We also insert our keyword optimized URL and anchor text within the article body itself. The rss feeds off the created sites can also be used for promotion.
Backlinks from software directories:
These are probably the most underused backlink type about at the moment and can result in 100′s of very simple back links to your web-sites. These links come from you submitting totally free software (simple to produce) to a software directory and create a website link back to your own web site.
Quite simply you create a free piece of software, upload the information for the software to several software directories with a web page link back to your own web site. On your web-site you create a download from which the software can be download.
I wouldn’t recommend you create the standard ‘exe’ guide or screen saver as most directories now class these as spam.
You may wonder though… How can this benefit me and my site? You need to understand that a huge amount of software directories have very high pr? I.e. download.com
We are getting some of this high pr link juice for our own sites but we are also getting a website link within the serps pages from the directories to our software and pages.
What we do here is to have some more back links on our download page that backlinks to 2/3 of our other inner pages within our web site and viola we have some awesome link love interlinking our different pages.
Just imagine creating a simple product (maybe 30 mins to come up with software and submit) and within a very brief period of time acquiring 100s of completely new one way links for 30 mins work?
*** Sounds like a good plan to me!! ***
I read through an excellent guide on the complete software submissions process using a one of a kind type of software to produce (takes a matter of minutes) an app to submit that will never ever in a 100 years get categorized as spam.
If you want more information on this guide you can find it here:
Get Backlinks from articles:
These inbound links come from article directories from which you submit articles and they are published. You feature your keywords within your title (note not just your keywords)
i.e… for Nintendo wii -> ‘How to find your ideal Nintendo wii’ would be a good title
You add your anchor and URL to the ‘resource box’ at the end of the article.
Personally I would suggest that you only using the Top 10-15 article directories and do not waste time submitting to any other directory.
On the article content you can spin your base article utilizing either software or a service such as jetspinner.com (free to spin). I would recommend highly spinning the article to around 40-45% and manually re-check each one to make sure it makes sense.
There are other forms of back links that are utilized for promotion and rapid link building such as RSS feeds and Meta Indexing.
Look out for the next part of this back links tutorial in which I will go through how you can discover one-way links easily from forums and blogs and just how we can do this using a simple firefox plug-in and a particular type of Google search.
I will also let you know the easiest and speediest way to fast index all of your sites and urls.