Inbound Links are SEO Fuel – Get New Inbound Links to Your Website or Blog

Links are what makes the Internet work, and links are what make your website grow.

There are many ways to collect links to your sites, some easy, some not so easy.

  • Beg for links from everyone you know (how long is that list? people you know with ranked websites that are relevant to your own website?)
  • Cruise the Internet chat rooms and discussion boards, posting messages and creating links back with your signature in these posts (Most likely marked No Follow by the discussion board webmaster)
  • Offer a link exchange - Ok if you know the other website or blog owner, but not usually too effective with ranked sites with any real Google Juice and Google will actually deduct from your page rank score if you have too many reciprocal links on your site. One way links are best for you.
  • Join a Web Link Echange Ring - alright, these have been around since Moby Dick was a minnow - some swear by them but I have heard that Google really frowns upon collecting links for your site this way, and if Google does not like it, I don't do it.
  • - Sometimes this can get you in trouble, unless it is done right. and to do it right you need to have a strategy and you should know more than what is promoted in link exchange groups.
  • - Offers education in the form of a free guide to link buying which explains more than just why you should buy your links through Text Link Ads.  I have read it and I was impressed with the amount of real education included in this guide which is offered with for trying the service.

I have tried the old fashioned methods of web rings and I have gone through all of the can't miss super affiliate long sales letter "Systems" for building links and page rank and ultimately traffic and I know there are very few easy or free ways to build up traffic to a site besides old fashioned content generation (some say free - I say valuable) and a well placed and yes - monetized link building plan.

Excerpt from the Link Buying Guide

Excerpt from the Link Buying Guide

Buying links through a service like is not all that expensive when you consider the time you will not have to waste on building these links through other means.  Do yourself a favor and check out this method of link building, it could just increase your sales and the effects of building up page rank are long term.

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5 Responses to Inbound Links are SEO Fuel – Get New Inbound Links to Your Website or Blog

  1. Cliff Aliperti September 21, 2009 at 10:53 am #

    Hey Scott,

    There’s one I’m surprised you left off the list–just keep creating excellent content. I’ve been amazed by some of the sites who have found me through this most natural tactic.

    Thanks, as usual,
    Cliff

  2. Scott Pooler September 21, 2009 at 11:26 am #

    Hey Cliff,

    I guess you missed this line:
    “I know there are very few easy or free ways to build up traffic to a site besides old fashioned content generation (some say free – I say valuable)”

    Scott

  3. Cliff Aliperti September 21, 2009 at 11:37 am #

    Yep, guess I zoned out after the list. Sorry bout that 🙂

    Cliff

  4. Online Fence Store September 21, 2009 at 8:19 pm #

    Scott,
    Through much help from a great mentor (you) I stuck to content, content, content! This has and will always be first on my list to build ranking. Links are second to me.

    Thanks for an informative write up!
    Keith

  5. Scott Pooler September 24, 2009 at 12:09 pm #

    Just testing the new rating system here on the TAJ – Of Course, you will forgive me for being high on my own work!

    BTW – anyone can post ratings on articles or anything published here from now on.

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