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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

SEO - Build back links to your website

Article marketing is one of the most effective ways to build back links to your website. It is better to use a couple of high traffic article directories than to submit your articles to hundreds or even thousands of directories as this will create an enormous amount of duplicate content which is devalued by the search engine algorithms. It is also a mistake to put articles on your website that you have used for article marketing purposes because this would create duplicate content on your website. While you certainly want the benefit of back links to increase your search engine results page (SERP) rank you need to take into account other factors which can affect your SERP position such as duplicate content.

Blogging, forum posting and paid advertising on relevant websites can also provide excellent one way links to your website. You can write blog articles on your own blog as well as writing comments and articles on other people's blogs that link back to your website. Forums will generally not allow you to directly link to your website in the posting itself, however you can use a link to your site as a signature under your post which can be just as effective as an embedded back link. Placing paid ads on high traffic, related and authoritative sites can also provide one way links back to your website which is likely to both increase the number of visitors as well as your SERP position.

6 comments:

  1. Building backlink through article submission and other link building thig that relates to articles are more effective way to get it. I have observe this for years because Google loves fresh update contents.

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  2. now i know why my website page rank is sleeping and cannot move up, it really useful tips to me, thank you

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  4. Hello Friends,
    Thanks for sharing this nice post. Blog posting, Article posting, Forum posting, Directory submission these are most effective ways to build back links to your website. Thanks a lot..
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  5. SEO is a very effective marketing tool that can help big in optimizing a site's visibility. And once the site becomes visible on the search engines, traffic must be come! Hence, SEO is not only important for online businesses, it's crucial.Seo Outsourceing

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  6. Building Backlinks is a crucial part in SEO and building quality links is again crucial for better rankings. For instance, tools like Alexa or Yahoo backlink checker retrieve only the quality backlinks.

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