The best advices for guest post link building strategies

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The best advices for guest post link building strategies

Earning high quality backlinks can often be difficult, particularly if you’re trying to build them all on your own. Luckily there are some ways that community involvement can help you out, so you don’t necessarily have to purchase any backlink building services. The following are some strategies that won’t cost you anything more than a bit of time and effort to implement.

Guest posting is still one very sure way of scoring quality backlinks when conducting link building campaigns, it only requires hard work and ‘out-of-the-box’ strategies.

Guest blogging for high authority websites using quality content is one of the best ways to build valuable links. However, your primary goal from guest blogging should be to build authority and grow your readership.

If you focus simply on building backlinks, you might end up with a bunch of links from low-quality websites. This can do more harm than good. So how do you build links effectively with guest blogging? Let’s find out.

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There are 4 ways to find out which sites are accepting guest posts:

1. Search in Google

First, to find blogs that allow guest posting, you can search on Google. For example, you could search “digital marketing guest posting sites” to see a list of high-domain platforms.

The most common ones would be Mashable, HubSpot, GetResponse, and more.

Another way is to search for certain keywords related to guest posting such as:

– Write for us
– Contribute
– Guest Post
– Guest Contribution
– Guest Post Guidelines
– Editorial Guidelines
– Contribution Guidelines
– Submit a post
– Submit an article

Once you have done this, there will be ample of suggestions for you to choose from.

2. Search Within Relevant Sites

An alternative to the previous process is searching for the similar keywords in the search bar provided by websites that have the same niche as yours.

For example, if you are a digital marketing company, you could make a list of sites that provide digital marketing services, website development services, or other businesses that write articles on SEO and social media.

Search on their site for guest blogging opportunities by typing “write for us” in the search bar. It should take you to the right landing page.

However, if the webpage does not show a search bar, you can also type the domain name along with the keywords mentioned above in Google. For a site named Thrillax, searching for “ write for us” would give expected results.

3. Follow Other Guest Bloggers

When you see posts on some blogs, check if there are other guest bloggers. You can list some authors that you notice frequently posting on various sites. Searching for them on Google will show you some of the other sites that they have been posting on. Then, just write content to populate those sites.

To get good results, it is essential to submit well-written content that provides valuable information to readers.

But sometimes you might not get the results you were expecting, even with the best content. Therefore, you need to take into consideration every minor detail while carrying out guest posts.

By using different approaches when guest writing, you can build a relationship with other bloggers. This will help you get more referrals to your blog. Also, bloggers might ask you for more content or may provide some suggestions to improve your writing. Free expert advice is never a waste.

Of course, the main benefit of posting on popular sites is that you’ll expose your writing to a wider audience. It’s an easy way to gain new readers. And, eventually, they might start visiting your website regularly for more quality content, converting into loyal readers.

More credibility can be gained by guest blogging on high authority websites. If these sites have mentioned you, it indicates to Google that they trust you. This will end up increasing trust among visitors on others’ sites, too.

Check for the domain authority of the page. The minimum must be 25. Sites with an authority lower than that will not be very credible in Google’s eyes.

Try to approach websites having the same target audience as that of yours. This will build relevancy and enhance the quality of your referral traffic as more people click on the links to your site.

Having an understandable domain name is a sign of a good website. Moreover, such webpages will allow you to interact with polished and sophisticated readers, giving you exposure to an already established community that will actually benefit you.

Supplying content to authentic blogs will position you as a credible source of information. Your audience will then trust you more because you’re being acknowledged by reputable brands. As a result, you’re generating increased trust on your own blog (and brand).

Be careful — Some domains will have a group of websites under a similar IP. These are the sites that you might want to avoid. The host will typically provide you with a list of other websites that they control, which might seem helpful. However, they’re more likely to only publish your content in exchange for money.e

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Tips to build blog comment backlinks to boost rankings

There are plenty of reasons to keep commenting on blogs—as long as you’re doing it in the right way and with the right goals.

So, what’s blog commenting SEO good for today?

From finding high-quality sites and engaging with commenters like a pro, here’s my best blog commenting tips:

– Find high-quality websites to comment. When I say high-quality, I’m looking for websites with a domain authority of 60+.
– After you pull your list of top websites, search for an article most relevant to your target audience.
– Now, you can begin to add value with your comments. I follow the “sandwich affect” when I comment on an article.
Acknowledge the author by name and add a compliment.
– Sprinkle in valuable information you took from the article, while adding additional data that may spruce up the article.’
– If you add a link, it needs to be relevant and add value to the post or discussion.
– Again, acknowledge the author by name and end with a compliment.
– Remember to keep your blog comment short and sweet. I aim to keep mine under 100 words.

Finally, and most importantly, when it comes to blog commenting, you should follow one crucial rule, no matter what:

Make your comment valuable to the post and the discussion.

A comment that has nothing to do with the post itself, no matter how long and intelligent it sounds, won’t help you one bit.

You have to actually read the post and make your comment a response to the post, or a response to another commenter’s comment.

Be a valuable commenter, not a comment spammer!

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Steps to Successful Blog Commenting SEO

Get personal

If you want people to go from your comment to your website, it’s important that they know who you are!
If you just leave your first name, people probably won’t connect you to your brand.

So, make sure to put your full name and the name of your brand. If you want people to recognize your company name right off the bat, you might put something like “Amy Copadis from MyCompany.”

And what about a photo?

First, make sure that you use an email that’s attached to a Gravatar account.

Second, make sure your Gravatar account has a recent picture of you to display!

If you want people to see your company or brand, you may want to place your brand logo as a Gravatar image. Generally, however, it’s better to have a picture of a real person—that helps you look more authentic and less spammy.

Don’t comment to get backlinks only

I see many bloggers making this very mistakes of thinking blog commenting is all about building links for SEO purpose. You’re dead wrong if you’re still thinking this way.

First, take away such mindset and frame your mind in the right direction of what blog commenting is all about. The quicker you understand and agree to this simple but complex rule, the better you’ll make the most out of your commenting efforts.

Blog commenting is an easy way to fall into Google’s link building scheme penalty if you’re mainly doing it for SEO purposes. If your primary aim is to run a marathon of leaving xxx numbers of comments a day on blog posts, then you will probably fall under the hammer.

When a huge number of links pointing towards your site are from blog commenting other than editorial votes then you’re automatically inviting one of the animals (Panda, Hummingbird, and Penguin) in the Google zoo to come dine with you.

Do your blog commenting naturally and don’t make it a mandatory task to leave certain amount of comment every xxx days, weeks or month.

Say something worthwhile and relevant

If you’re commenting on popular, authority websites (which is highly recommended), you’ll be one in a sea of comments that follow.

So, how are you going to stand out?

First, you need to make sure you’re on topic.

So start by reading the blog post thoroughly. Know what’s inside, and the direction that the author took with the information he presented.

Second, you need something valuable to say.

We said above that writing blog comments is not a quick backlink scheme anymore. So don’t view it like that. Invest some time in responding well to the blog content, and add valuable information that wasn’t in the original post.

This will make both the author and the readers see your blog comment as a valuable contribution, thus seeing you (or your brand) as valuable as well.

Wait for the right moment to add your links

Hopefully, you’ve already linked your name out to the exact place where you want people to land on your website.
However, in certain places, it might be appropriate to leave a link to a relevant article or post on your website.

For example, let’s say you’re commenting on a post about email marketing strategies. In your comment, you might expand on an idea that was mentioned in the article, then refer back to a post on your own website for more detailed information, or maybe a case study that you did.

Including these kinds of relevant, valuable links will increase the likelihood that someone will make it to your website.

Use Your Real Name

If you ever run a blog, you will know how frustrating this one could be when you see things like, “John SEO Traffic”, “Five star hotel In Canada”, etc as the name of comment authors.

No matter how relevant or remarkable your comments may appear to the blog owner, it will surely ended up mark as spam or possibly in the trash folder.

No Anchor text in comment

Except that you’re very sure of your relationship with the blog owner and the anchor text in question is for educational purpose only; no other reason for including a link to other sites in your comment.

You will be perceive as spammer and this could lead to Akismet and other spam fighters tools to always mark your comments as spam.

Wrapping it up

These blog commenting best practices will help you mostly get the best out of your effective regular blog commenting efforts if you take them seriously, and some of the points listed on this list needs to be work on long enough to see the required results you want – targeted website traffic that engage with your content, relationship building, networking etc.

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Great techniques for natutal profile link building strategy

Off-page SEO, such as link building, can be a tricky business and, for some, is a tactic to avoid altogether. Some would claim that is because Google has, very successfully, equated linkbuilding with web spam, and the industry news machine is started almost entirely – all the time – and fuelled by Google PR saying something or enforcing its quality guidelines.

Not all link building is web spam and in fact, building links in 2020 is still an incredibly important aspect of search engine optimisation.

It is just not the only thing to focus on.

High-quality links do not live in isolation from a high-quality product, service or website.

Hopefully, this article helps you make a sensible choice when considering profile building links to your site.

Full-fledged link building campaigns can drive massive results for businesses, but what about the little guys that can’t afford to pay for a link building service? Inbound links are one of the three most influential ranking factors, so we can’t just ignore link building.

Profile link building can be a very time-intensive process, but there are also dozens of small-scale link building opportunities that can drive great results for smaller brands.

Over the past few years, we’ve tested dozens of different link building strategies. In this article, we’re going to share our five favorite simple link building techniques that you can start implementing today to build links from quality sites.

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A natural profile link building is a freely given editorial link and an unnatural link is a link you make yourself. Both affect rankings in Google.

– Google is on record saying it does not want to count any link that is not editorial.
– Google wants to reward high-quality ‘user value add’ content that has earned organic or natural links. They want to reward a ‘good user experience’ and unnatural links don’t form any part of that concept.
– Google has never wanted to count manufactured links – but its algorithms don’t work as well as they would like or at least, they say they do. So, some marketers shortcut the ‘value add’ task of the job and just build unnatural links to a site. This affects how a link-based search engine – like Google – rates the ‘popularity’ – and so ranking ability – of a particular website.
– The more links Google hasn’t classed as spam – the higher you rank – and the more traffic you get. Sort of.
The type of links Google wants to count does not scale easily, and in fact, the type of links that scale easily is exactly the type of links Google wants to (at best) ignore or retroactively punish the violation. Perhaps that is the whole point.
– Critics will say this is because SEO is the biggest ‘threat’ to Adwords, Google’s sponsored advertising channel – but if Google didn’t take action on industrial scale manipulation – it would make the existence of their guidelines redundant.
– If a link is manipulative – it is spam – according to the Googleplex.
– You don’t need machine automation to be classed as a spammer. Somebody sitting at a desk making these low-quality links all day – manually – to fool only Google – that’s spam too – manual or not.
Posting lots of low-quality guest posts or low-quality press releases on sites with a history of spamming Google – that’s spam too. It all comes down to the end product – the type of link you generate as a result of your activity.
– If links are designed ‘JUST’ to manipulate Google – Google calls them unnatural links – and if you have too many of them – you get a ‘penalty’ – or at least swept up in the carnage of the next negative algorithm update designed specifically to de-rank sites with those kinds of links. Ranking adjustments, I think, could be based on how long you got away with fooling Google – and what Google thinks that deserves.
– The website link building industry was largely based on that kind of unnatural link building activity. Many still do practice those techniques now, clearly, ignoring the guidelines. I know the first links I ever ‘built’ would today be labelled ‘unnatural’ today – and so would my first optimisation techniques – but it’s a recognisable trend in Google what’s grey hat SEO today is black hat seo tomorrow.
– Take note that if it works to manipulate Google without you jumping through the value-add hoop in the middle of that strategy, which Google demands you jump through – it’s spam. In short, it is evident if it is a scalable approach to manipulating Google – it’s spam.
– The professional services industry, which is led heavily by the Google PR machine, has little chance of deviating from Google’s Webmaster Guidelines, for fear of, some say, Google’s heavy-handed approach

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Tips for link building to speed up keyword ranking

It’s like high school all over again – with popularity the name of the game.  In the world of search engine optimisation (SEO) you need others to confirm that your website (and therefore your business) is a great destination.

On the web, this means links.  Links from another site to yours. Also known as backlinks.

So – how do you get backlinks from these types of site to improve your ranking?

Linked to sites that gets involved

This can take true commitment and the links back to you will take time, but getting involved in your local community is a great way to get to know the people in that community, network and support other organisations.

The outcome you want is a mention (and with it, a link) on their website, and in any material published elsewhere, of course. Make sure you ask them to give you a link from the relevant content on their website as not all of these groups will think to do it as a matter of course.

  • Host a local event – seminars, charitable or community events and get your co-sponsors or supporters to promote it (with a link to the information about the event on your site).
  • Sponsor local schools, sports team or not for profit such as an animal rescue organisation. Make sure there is a link back to your site from theirs and in any promo material.
  • Start a discount/product partnership with a local organisation.
  • Contact local media and offer your expertise as a source for their work.
  • Offer to speak at a local educational institute (such as a night class).

In all cases, the idea is for your business name and a link to your website to be on any/all material published on-line about the event. It doesn’t have to be flashy, just a simple text link will suffice (see the bit about anchor text below).

If you are already involved in your local community, it will be a case of asking people for these links to be included – easy!

Create useful resources

This means having something on your website that is useful to people such as:

1. A map, guide or list of local:

  • Tourist sites of interest.
  • Retail/shopping areas with free WiFi spots.
  • Events and activity based attractions.
  • Business meeting rooms and locations.
  • Key buildings or destinations.
  • Cultural attractions.

2. A guide through local by-laws or how to get something done using local businesses and organisations with contact details and web links in a step-by-step instruction

3. Video how-to’s and tutorials for standard tasks that everyone needs to be able to do from DIY home improvement to changing the printer ink cartridges.  You can refer to local suppliers within the video if you want to make it more relevant and useful to people within a specific area.

If possible, when creating this content, think of something related to your business because then you can include some of your expertise into the mix e.g.:

  • GST calculator (bookkeepers).
  • Tax return and payment due date tables (accountants).
  • Phone system cost calculators (telecommunication companies).
  • Building cost estimators (builders or quantity surveyors).
  • How to change a tap washer video (plumbers).
  • Styling tips (personal stylist).

The idea with these types of resources is that other people who find them useful will link to them, rather than create their own.

For example, we’re looking at one of our most popular blog posts How much will that website cost? to see if it can be turned into an on-line calculator so people can estimate the cost of a build based on their individual needs.

Leverage the relationships you already have

If you’ve spent time building a mutually positive relationship with a client or supplier then it is easier to ask them to help build both your businesses, than it is to ask a relative stranger.

Provide glowing (but honest) testimonials for any local business you interact with in return for a link on the testimonial when they publish it on their website. And who doesn’t want more testimonials on their site?

This can include whoever you have used:

  • For your office fit-out or furniture.
  • Set up your computer systems or provided a laptop.
  • Cleaning your offices.
  • Your signage, printing or other design work.
  • Catered lunch or an event or even delivers your coffee!
  • Organised your insurance.
  • Took care of your plumbing, electrical, painting or other property related services.
  • Did copy writing work for you.
  • Printed your logo on pens, t-shirts and corporate gifts.

Or, you could offer something to help their content efforts, such as guest posts for their blog (if they have one).

And be sure to ask to be listed on any preferred vendors or partner pages.

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