04-16-2018, 03:58 PM #1
What are your top link building Strategy in 2018?
Hello folks as PBN and web 2.0 are getting penalized from Google I was wondering that how other people in community building links for newly created website. I haven't test this out but I have read it several time that re purpose your content as much as possible.
04-19-2018, 11:53 AM #2
From last few years ( may be be 2 or 3 years ), don,t even think link building has a value, better to be focus on content of the website & rest do the on page. As I think website would not be for promotion, it,s all about only for providing right information to the users.
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04-19-2018, 01:55 PM #3
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04-19-2018, 05:13 PM #6
Beg, buy, build. Those are the ways to get links. You either beg for them. You buy them. Or you build them on relevant sites or build your own relevant sites to link off of.
Nothing changed in 2018.
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04-26-2018, 02:53 PM #17
Honestly mate what I have observed in my niche that there are big brands which write quality content of around 2000 words with properly optimization and rank in Zero snippet position without getting a lot of links.
The core reason why I ask this question was just to see what other SEO community members are doing to gain results.
No doubt there isn't any fix pattern of getting better ranking but links still matter especially if you are new brand or competing in competitive niche.
Anyways thanks a lot.
How many of you are still using social book marketing? Forum commenting ? Blog commenting and similar tactics in their link building strategy?
05-01-2018, 07:52 AM #18
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05-01-2018, 02:28 PM #20
Three things that you are missing in your rant full of BS. First, it's not about the number of links. It is about the quality of links. So yes, you will often see a page with less links outranking a page with more links. You are also missing the strength of internal links. They can help boost a page a great deal, and especially on a site that has a lot of authority to throw around. No link checker gives you any indication of the internal links that are pointing to a page.
Lastly, bounce rate is NOT a ranking factor. Why? Two reasons. First, Google has no clue what the bounce rate is on most pages on the internet. Not everyone is using Google Analytics. In fact, the majority of webpages on the internet are not using Google Analytics. Second, a bounce is not always a bad thing. I don't know why people keep dishing out this crap that a high bounce rate is bad.
If I have a local dentist office, someone searches for a dentist in their area, they land on my site, and they pick up the phone to schedule an appointment but never visit another webpage on my site, that is a bounce, but how is that bad? That was a great visit and they did exactly what I wanted them to do.
You know who probably has a really high bounce rate on most pages on their site? Wikipedia. People find exactly what they are looking for, but generally don't browse around on other pages. Why would Google punish that?
Bounce rate is useful for webmasters only because it may indicate there is a problem with a page, multiple pages, or a particular source of traffic. It is not useful data for search engines, nor is it something that would make sense to include in the ranking algorithm.
As for your CTR comment, there is no credible evidence that CTR impacts rankings. None. There is a lot of speculation, and logically it might make a lot of sense for it to be a small factor. However, it is impossible to test it. In order to test it, you would have to control all 10 results on page one of a SERP so that you would know what the CTR is of each page relevant to one another. That is impossible.
Also, if CTR is a ranking factor, what is a good CTR for a page ranking at #87?
Now pogo-ing might be a factor, and that would make a lot more sense than CTR. Pogo-ing of course is when someone selects a search result, hits the back button in their browser, and then selects another result. That COULD be a sign that they did not find what they were looking for. However, even that could be misleading. If I am shopping for a specific used car, I might go through 4-5 websites looking at prices. Does that mean the first one I clicked on should rank lower? Of course not.
05-10-2018, 11:40 AM #21
The actual intent for this threads was just pull some new methods other experts are using like Scholarship approach was one of the most effective. Similarly what else other are using.
05-17-2018, 05:44 PM #22
in some cases penalize sites or simply ignores backlinks all together?
And how come no backlinks, keywords stuffed sites are floating in top 50
in G., whereas sites with thousands legitimate links nowhere to be found?
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05-17-2018, 07:02 PM #25
"No backlinks" is not a figure of speech. If it is, it is one you just made up.
It's not about the number of links. It never has been. It is about the quality and relevance of the links.
I don't see any problem with the "web directories" SERP. I also don't see any reason that your directory should be there over any of the other listings.
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