Hello everyone! today’s topic is about how to make healthy backlinks for websites and blogs. Search engine optimization (SEO) is highly dependent on how much your website or blog is talked about around the web. The more valuable your website or blog is to its readers; the higher your rankings in search engines.
When you are just starting out you may not have a huge following that talking about your site and how do the search engines know when you do?
From a search engine’s point of view the number of backlinks you have to your website helps to determine its popularity. A backlink is a link to your website from another website. Whether it’s from YouTube, Twitter, Facebook; or another social media site or website. To rank high on the search engine’s results you need to create a “healthy” backlink; one that seems real and not artificial.
This guide will help you learn how to make healthy backlinks for website and blogs?
YouTube is one of the best backlinks you can have. Posting a video about a product or turning a blog post into video then you’ll have one of the most powerful tools to get people to your website that you can have. YouTube allows people to easily access content quickly without little effort and their owned by Google. Here’s a tip, post the same video to your website or blog and post the transcript underneath.
This will help the crawlers index the content quickly and push it up the rankings. Best of all you can get subscribers so anytime you post a video they’ll be notified. Don’t forget to promote your YouTube channel.
The trick with Yahoo Answers is to seriously add value to your answer and create a link that is based on your knowledge. You want to answer questions in your subject area and then create a link to a helpful piece of content on your website. For example, if your website deals with loans answer questions in the finance section.
Article Directories and Discovery sites (Squidoo, HubPages, Digg, Reddit, Ezine Articles and Dotpoch)
Article Directories and Article Discovery sites allows you to publish your articles and create custom links back to your website. They are great for traffic generation. Most of the links you submit can be followed. Most people think these links have been devalued since the Google Panda update but there is still some significant link back potential that lies here.
Your social media presence can definitely have a large impact on your links back to your website or blog. Every time you post a video or write an article you can link it to your social media sites of preference for people to like and share. Google notices the amount of times your content has been passed around the web. As your followers grow, the potential for you to climb the search engine rankings improve.