Monday, 29 August 2016

How To Get Backlinks To Your Website Site To Increase Search Engine Rankings

If you don’t know how to get backlinks for your site, then you are in the right place! Because I am going to show you a proven technique to get authoritative backlinks for free.

The internet is more than just a digital web, it’s a series of webs that are connected in more ways than we can possibly fathom.
Your site is another piece of this massive digital world, but unlike tying your shoes this is something you want to be tangled.

We strengthen our sites through backlinks. These invisible highways run from other websites straight into your own, thereby bringing you traffic and rankings.
They are built and they are earned. We need them to rank.

How To Get Backlinks With My Proven Techniques

A major part of earning links to your site and your posts is having that pitch perfect content that is an undeniable asset to anyone who reads it. That’s only a piece of the puzzle though, you need to bring the links to you.

Today we’ll covering one of the most powerful methods for earning backlinks without guest posting: The Skyscraper Technique.
Creating phenomenal content is one of the key ingredients in the recipe for success, but it will drown in the sea of the internet without a little survival kit known as promotion.

Brian Dean over at Backlinko swears by this this technique and he has the case studies to prove it.
By utilizing the Skyscraper technique, Brian was able to generate a boat load of quality and relevant links to that specific page. As an added bonus, he was able to increase Backlinko’s organic traffic by two-fold in 14 days. Yes, that’s just two weeks.
So, let’s make it work for you,

shall we?

Step One: Find Content That is Getting Links

Human beings are obsessed with being the best. It’s a natural and competitive drive that pushes us to top everything. This technique is meant to help you find the tallest skyscraper in your niche and do some renovations of your own to beat it.

The term “Linkable Asset” is perfect here. You need a page with so much to offer that people will have be scrambling over their keyboards linking to it. Remember, it has to be valuable and useful.

To make sure you’re on the right track, you need to find content that’s already working. Here are some ways to make that happen:
Open Site Explorer.

Consider your niche, what topics you work in and what people want from you. Do a quick Google search for other sites that exist in that same sphere.

Once you’ve received results, select “Top Pages” from the left side of the page. You will then see a set of results that looks like this:

We’re looking for pages with a high number of linking root domains. These pages are getting backlinks like it’s nothing. Topics and resources like these are going to be the target of your own pursuits.

This is one of my favourite tools for doing keyword research and best of all is that it’s free! Once you make an account, ultimate power is at your fingertips.

Go ahead and search a keyword related to your niche and you’ll find just about everything you could want:

- Autocomplete suggestions
- Relevant pages
- Top keywords
- Term statistics

All of these things can point you to top ranking competitors and concepts, which you can then plug into the first tool to narrow down those results into specific pages. I love it when a plan comes together.

Step Two: Take the Concept, Create Something Better

Step two is easier said than done, but there are actually a number of different ways to improve upon something. Here are some ways to make it happen:

Increase the Length (More is Better)

Let’s say you’ve found a list of the “Top 50 Blog Post Ideas” and you’re thinking, wow, I could think of a hundred of them, no problem! That’s the answer then, write a piece that surpasses the one you found.

Increasing the length of an article is sometimes all that’s needed to make it fresh and new again. Adding a few more words won’t do the trick though, you need to really raise the bar.


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