How To Get Started With Link Building


One of the chal­lenges for new and even well-estab­lished web­sites is to rank high enough in search engines to pro­duce a decent amount of rel­e­vant traf­fic.  Here are a few tips:

 Dri­ve rel­e­vant traf­fic
The more com­pre­hen­sive the con­tent in terms of answer­ing com­mon ques­tions, the more like­ly the search engines will rank it well, but qual­i­ty con­tent isn’t enough. You want to have links to your pages so the search engines can eval­u­ate how many oth­er peo­ple are vouch­ing for your page. The com­pe­ti­tion for some search phras­es can be fierce, so out­lin­ing a strat­e­gy to ensure your site appears for the key­words you want is crit­i­cal.

• Link Build­ing Is an Ongo­ing Process That Is Con­stant­ly Evolv­ing
One of the most impor­tant items with­in that strat­e­gy is to acquire links to your site, prefer­ably using the key­words your site is attempt­ing to rank for in the anchor text. For exam­ple, if you want to rank well for “wind­shield repair”, your link build­ing efforts would be to get links using those key­words in the anchor text.

• Not All Links Are Con­sid­ered Equal
You won’t make dra­mat­ic improve­ments in your site’s rank­ings by going after the eas­i­est sources, such as pro­file links, or blog com­ments. So to make it worth­while, you’ll need to do some research on what sites will bring the most val­ue if you should be able to acquire a link from them.

• Search Traf­fic Con­tin­ues To Grow and Become More Com­pet­i­tive
The com­pe­ti­tion between sites to appear on the first page of Google is increas­ing as more peo­ple do their shop­ping and research online. You can review data from Google Trends to see if there has been an increase in demand for your most valu­able key­words, and it’s a good idea to use the Google Key­word Tool  to make sure you’re going after key­words that have exist­ing vol­ume.

Why Do Peo­ple Use Search Engines To Find Infor­ma­tion and Make Buy­ing Deci­sions
The imme­di­ate grat­i­fi­ca­tion we get when enter­ing as few words as pos­si­ble to explain what we are look­ing for is extreme­ly ben­e­fi­cial. It saves us time; it gives us what we want with­out hav­ing to wade through tons of irrel­e­vant infor­ma­tion. With the abun­dance of infor­ma­tion at our fin­ger­tips we’ve trans­formed how we nav­i­gate infor­ma­tion. Quite sim­ply, we scan pages in sec­onds look­ing for what we want.

Cre­ate bet­ter con­tent, improve the user expe­ri­ence, become more active in social net­works so that your site gets men­tioned by influ­encers in your niche, and study your traf­fic for indi­ca­tions that could iden­ti­fy more oppor­tu­ni­ties for traf­fic.

the entire arti­cle. TheDeal­erBlog is the offi­cial blog for Tuney­Fish Inc., found­ed by Scott Golem­biews­ki. Scott can be reached at 920–724-1736.



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