Incoming links to your website are the “fuel” to help you rank better in search engines. There’s only so much you can do to optimize ON your site, and I can say that about 90% is based on off-page factors that will determine your rankings in Google.
People often ask me how do I build my links and there are 101 ways that you can build links. But the ones that I used often are:
- Article Marketing
- Directories Submission
- Social Bookmarking
- Blog Carnival
- 3-Way Links
If you try do all the methods above by yourself manually, you will take countless of hours. That’s not a good use of your time. You need to outsource them. Free yourself up! Here are some of the software/services I used personally to outsource my SEO tasks.
If you submit all the articles to the major article directories, you will take at least 1 hour+ to finish the job. PLEASE use a software to do it. The one I am using is Automatic Article Submitter. It will fill up your Title, Keywords, Article and Author Bio automatically, so you don’t have to copy-paste one by one. 15 min and you are done. 🙂
Directories, Social Bookmarking, Blog Carnival
WL Marketing is a SEO submission service company. I found them by chance around 1 year ago and they are a great help to me! Most importantly, their service is very affordable and efficient. For example, a submission to 80 dofollow social bookmarking sites only cost $10. That’s really cheap to me. Try submitting 80 sites yourself. You will take a few hours. I rather pay $10, cos’ my time is worth more than that!
3-Way Links is a link-building “network” where site A is link to B, B link to C and C link back to A again. So, it’s one-way links and not reciprocal. Once you key in your anchor text link, it will generate 250 links over a period of time. Great for medium to low competition keywords.