Which rules do you follow while building links pointing to your website?

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Hi friends,

I need to know which rules you follow while building links pointing to your website so that links may not be considered spams by Google Search Console.


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Everywhere we post, we follow the website’s rules and guidelines. Other factors to consider:

1.        Keep your links niche relevant.
2.        Do not spam the websites with posts or links.
3.        Provide real value and offer something that someone would like to link to.
4.        Try to turn the situation into a long lasting relationship.
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The six key steps of a successful link building strategy:
Get to know your audience
Make a list of websites which appeal to your desired audience
Write amazing content
Match content to websites
Reach out to site owners
Use social media to amplify your content

Offline supergolfer

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Check out this link: https://moz.com/blog/rules-of-link-building

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Just don't get a lot of DF links from the same domain that's a sure penalty in the future. Make sure you don't make the same type of links that's unnatural. Keep your NF links count more than the NF ones. Find niche blog, forum, news links if you can. That's about it.


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The more connections you have indicating your site the better, isn't that so? How quick would it be a good idea for you to construct connects to your site? or then again a more seasoned site with not many inbound connections, think about structure 5 to 10 amid the initial 30 days. Everything I did was pursue the half year plan above. Same guideline for everybody or extraordinary.

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Its best to follow 10:90 or 20:80 rule.

The 10 or 20 part of the ratio is the content/time/effort you do on your website/content (Called ON-Site or ON-page SEO) and the 90 or 80 is the content/time/effort you give off to your website/content (Called OFF-Site or OFF-page SEO).

In short every time you publish a content on your website you should at latest 9 backlinks no matter you do email outreach, guest post, roundup or any other link building tactics. (Considering that domains are authoritative and related to your niche).

You get the picture now i guess :)

And yeah in case you are looking to build links to a product or service page you should go with internal link as much as possible. Because Its really hard to get such backlinks for a product or services unless its something like Ubersuggest.
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