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Search Engine Optimization => Link Building => Topic started by: Fibrointech on 09-16-2020, 01:11:48

Title: Gaining More Backlinks through Web Design
Post by: Fibrointech on 09-16-2020, 01:11:48
One of the great many fallacies that many notable web designing companies believe is that if you want to rank at the top, you’d have to write a 2000-word article. Well I can tell you right off that bat this is utter baloney. Having the same word count as the top-ranking article isn’t going to make your page rank first. It’s the content that ultimately decides where you stand. Great content deserves great ranking.  If you’d also like create your magnum opus then you must first empty your mind and forget some of what you learned about wordiness and literature-esque correctness in your English class. Accept that people scan web pages, rather than read them in detail. Work with this reality rather than fight it. If you’d like to cover a really complex topic then be sure to break it down into a series of posts. It’s a great way to keep people coming back for more, and your reader will find it easier to digest your content if they get it in bits and pieces. So, start out your article by stating the resolution first and then supporting it with facts and figures. Once you’ve done that, use the easy design techniques such as anti-aliasing and letter spacing to make your content reader-friendly. You can now make a lengthy piece of content (any linkable page) super easy to scan, read and link to. And there you have it! By the power vested in you by the internet of things, you have successfully turned an overwhelming mass of boring and mundane text into a post that engages your readers and sucks them into your world.
Title: Re: Gaining More Backlinks through Web Design
Post by: james.02192 on 09-18-2020, 02:43:29
Thread seems interesting.
Title: Re: Gaining More Backlinks through Web Design
Post by: cliftonmor on 09-18-2020, 04:44:47
8 Smart Ways to Earn or Build Backlinks to Your Website

1-The broken-link building method.
2-Backlinks through infographics.
3-The advantage of guest articles.
4-Spy on your competitors.
5-Build internal links.
6-Promote your content.
7-Write testimonials.
8-Contact journalists and important bloggers.