20 Ways To Build Backlinks To Your Website or Blog

1) Online directory submissions

Submit your site to DMOZ and other directories that allow free submissions. There are also paid directories for you to submit your website. Some paid directories give more link juice to your website. Remember, quality matters.

2) Your own directory

Create your own topical directory about your field of interest. Link to your own site and deep-link to important content where possible. To attract links automatically, make your directory a truly useful resource.

3) Meme Trackers

Look at meme trackers to see what ideas are spreading. If you write about popular spreading ideas with plenty of original content (and link to some of the original resources), your site may get listed as a source on the meme tracker site.

4) Contribute content on Squidoo

Contribute valuable content on midget blogs such as Squidoo. Squidoo has a user-friendly interface where content providers can just drag and drop modules. You can get some really solid backlinks and a chance to get some quality traffic too.

5) Hubpages

Another place to build backlinks is to write a good quality article and post it on Hubpages. However, do note that you might need to have a very solid article for the moderators at Hubpages to do-follow your links because they’ll look at your article first and they’ll decide if it’s worth do-following your links.

6) Giveaway your documents

Submit your content or articles as documents on document submission sites and get away with a link. You can also submit a free report you already have, no duplicate content issue. Here is a list of document submission sites:

  • Scribd
  • Issuu
  • Docstoc

7) Guest blogging

Guest blogging involves you writing a guest post on another blogger's website. You can use this service, http://myblogguest.com/, to reach new audience, build your brand, network, build links to your site etc through guest blogging.

8) Using videos

Creating videos is another easy way to get a backlink. For the camera-shy, you can always make use of camtasia or powerpoint to create professional videos. Here are some video submission sites you can use:

  • Dailymotion – Upload your own video and get a link in the profile page.
  • Videojug – Upload how to videos.
  • Viddler – You get a link on EACH video you submit!

9) Online classifieds

Craigslist is one such cheap or free classifieds service online where you can submit your link depending on your category and offer.

10) RSS feed

If you publish an RSS feed and your content is useful and regularly updated, some people will syndicate your RSS content (and some of those will provide links; unfortunately, some will not).

11) Forum postings

Most forums allow members to leave signature links or personal profile links. If you make quality contributions some people will follow these links and potentially read your site, link at your site, and/or buy your products.

12) Make use of torrents

This is a similar idea to submitting your report or articles, but this time you give them away via Torrent. You get a link on the torrent search engine’s description area. One example of a torrent site is Fenopy.

13) Petition

Create a petition related to your niche and introduce yourself with a link to your blog. Here are some petition sites you can use to make your own petition:

  • ipetitions
  • Gopetitions
  • Petitionthem

14) Yahoo! Answers

Ask or answer questions on Yahoo! Answers and provide links to relevant resources, that would mean your website links.

15) Utilising Google groups

In a group or community, people like to share and learn from each other. Ask or answer questions on Google Groups related to your niche and provide links to relevant resources, which can be backlinks to your website.

16) Backlinks at Wikipedia

If you run a fairly reputable company, create a page about it in the Wikipedia or in topic specific wikis. If it is hard to list your site directly, try to add links to other pages that link to your site.

17) Write testimonials for others

Write a great testimonial for a product or service that you used. This can get you a link from a very authoritative site and has a big chance to drive you loads of traffic.

18)Blog commenting

Commenting on other blogs may not provide much direct search engine value. However, if your comments are useful, insightful, and relevant, they can drive direct traffic to your site. They also help make other bloggers become aware of you, and they may start reading your blog and/or linking to it.

19) Link trading

Swap some links with relevant partners on a small scale. When swapping links, try to get links from within the content of relevant content pages. Do not try to get links from pages that list hundreds of off topic link partners. Only seek link exchanges that you would consider pursuing even if search engines did not exist. Instead of thinking just about your topic when exchanging links, think about demographic audience sets. Stay away from the link trading hubs and networks.

20) Make a donation

There are some blogs there that has an Amazon Wishlist or a “buy me a drink” donating buttons. Most of them lists down all the people who have donated in some way. They may include your link via blogroll or via a post. These are normally permanent links.

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2 Respones to "20 Ways To Build Backlinks To Your Website or Blog"

Patrick Wagner said...

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July 18, 2013 at 11:30 PM
esyncsecurity said...

very good ways to build backlinks for websites.Thank you for posting the stuff.

June 25, 2015 at 5:56 PM

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