1) Its high time we all aimed for quality, and not quantity
Ever since the summer of 2011, the overall experiences of users searching leading search engines has improved drastically for websites. Excessive keyword stuffing and advert schemas were conveniently eliminated from their usual high rankings and replaced with those that regularly aimed to update their content in the most active and efficient manner possible.
Henceforth, it’s most prudent if you don’t just perceive your blog as a miniature ATM; strive for composing some informative yet enjoyable writing stradas in accordance to your topic of expertise (and keep in mind – no plagiarism is acceptable!).
Furthermore, maintaining your blog URL amongst many a reputed and optimally ranked websites sounds like just the perfect plan. Although one could get creative about where links can be dropped apart from conventional forums and blogs, here are some other suggestions that could relatively help bag in some much needed user traffic:
- Maintaining a portfolio as a guest blogger
- Maintaining citations by means of social bookmarking in respective websites
- Displaying your desired URL over online membership profiles
2) Its high time we all began to make more friends, too!
Yes, showcasing a modest amount of communication between fellow bloggers and WWW surfers is bound to turn the tables of a high SERP quotient to your favour, without any doubt. Here’s how you can get started:
- Dedicate yourself to social media: But of course, none of us are oblivious to leading social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! While most of us may have a personal profile for upkeep, it’s only a fraction of total users that actually take pains to schedule some extra commitment for the prime purpose of promoting their flagship franchises.
Contrary to popular belief, this doesn’t have to necessarily be advert/marketing oriented or just downright cumbersome; you’re free to get creative (or even let your imagination run wild, momentarily!). The key secret that anyone can take charge of in relation to this concept is that updates that are fed in need to be dynamically out-of-the-box (perhaps with a humorous annotation or so – something funny is sure to attract more and better potential customers!).
- Dedicate yourself to helping fellow surfers – period. Q and A websites have taken our leading internet network of networks by storm, literally! What with average commoners such as you and me always playing their cards to ask, answer and lead. We all feel cosy within these exclusive websites for they provide unbiased opinions and reviews of all our varied nuances in life without costing a single dime.
These websites usually require a substantial amount of time in order to publicise one’s personal rapport, but it’s totally worth the effort. Over time, you will be able to reap the tedious fruits of your labour when your back links increase, or better yet – when users flock into your blog per se via a simple click.
Lana Joseph is a well experienced content writer for almost 3 years, she loves her work and it’s her passion, other than her writing she loves to read books, listen to music and hang out with her friends. Currently she’s spending her time writing articles about SEO Company.
September 29, 2013 at 7:19 pm
Guest blogging is certainly one of the most popular ways of building authoritative and relevant backlinks.
I utilise it heavily along along with commenting on quality blogs like this one.
September 30, 2013 at 10:24 am
Thank you for your feedback!
September 29, 2013 at 8:08 pm
I have seen many bloggers are whoa re eager to make backlinks and for that many of are now using some software’s which makes thousands of link in just one click and that time they are happy.
Then in next update when they are hit by update they realize their mistake.
September 30, 2013 at 10:25 am
It’s true but I not sure whether people are still using these techniques.
September 30, 2013 at 11:34 am
Their are lot of people who are using it and my friend has recently used and he was hit by latest update.
September 30, 2013 at 10:41 am
Content, content, content. Nothing beats what we write about. Getting visits is great, but if you are not able to keep new readers coming back then your wasting time.
I agree that making online connections is a very good way to get traffic as well as create engaging content for readers.
There are so many blogging networks out there (like Feedweb) that it is not that hard to be noticed if you have got great content.
December 11, 2013 at 5:35 am
NIce post Lana,
I think blog comments should be considered social engagement signals rather than traditional backlinks. Google is looking at these signals and they are being used to determine relevancy / authority of your web site. Keep commenting on blog posts or sites that are keyword relevant to your industry.