Top 10 Linking Strategies to SEO

saran | February 2 - 2010

Two of the three biggest search engines (Google and Yahoo) place great importance on internet more than ever, if you want to own a successful business needs a successful website you should know what it means to be friendly to search engines. And one of the main rules for optimizing your website for search engines is to create inbound links – links (links) from other sites pointing to your site. 10 years ago, when Google started changing the code to content (including inbound links) as the preferred way of determining the “relevance” of a website, the world changed. Webmasters immediately began trying to capture every link they could get. But this no longer works well although the inbound links are still important. In many ways are more vital than before. How then, got to get those precious links with text link? We are those 10 strategies:

1. Comments on Blogs Change the way you read blogs of other people. It was always said that reading is good. But it’s better if it interacts with bloggers. This makes them feel good. Validates what they are writing. Start a relationship between the two. And, here’s the best part, gives an inbound link to your site.
2. Blog Trackbacks Start a blog and relate to all those blogs you’re reading in the form of a “trackback” in their post. Do not know what that means? Search for “trackback” on Wikipedia, or go deeper with a tutorial. Implement this strategy, is an elegant way, easy and effective way of getting inbound links.
3. Pay Per Click Ads PPC advertising is in fact an aggregate cost of marketing. However, it is a controlled environment for building reliable ROI, and a great way to build inbound links where you have control over the text used in the link text.
4. Forum comments: Similar to participate in forums comments and trackbacks to blogs, participating in forums in your industry will enable relacionarce with other professionals, we keep abreast of current trends, and allow you to build inbound links in line with the signing of their posts.
5. Build Other Pages some social sites allow you to create content and post it on their domain as new pages. A great example of this is Seth Godin’s Creating content that focuses on a particular subject will engage readers and create more inbound links to your main site.
6. Wikis The concept of a wiki (like is that readers are also contributors of content. Anyone who is logged can log in and change content. Understand that other readers of this content have zero tolerance for advertising and sales tactics, be careful with this. Be purely informative and helpful to its content. If the content passes the screening, you will have a small link at the outset that potentially will be seen by millions.
7. Social networks MySpace and FaceBook in fact, but there is an explosion of social sites on the web. Come in and participate. Doing this allows you to interact and interact with other professionals, build inbound links.
8. Social Bookmarking Different than social networking, social bookmarking is similar to how you add sites to your browser bookmarks with the difference that you add your favorite sites in one place, at sites like, ma.gnolia. com,,, Google bookmarks … The goal is to help people discover these bookmarks, and find your site. An additional advantage of social bookmarking (and blog posts) is that you get “tag” their content with label words and phrases that are relevant to the content. These tags are used to identify the content in the search process.
9. Sites organized navigation This is a variation of social bookmarking. There are sites that organize how people surf the web in an effort to make the process of finding content quickly and focused. (available as Firefox plugin) is one of my favorites but others like Technorati (blog content), Digg (blogs, articles and news stories) and newcomer Trailfire (another Firefox plugin) allow a power surfing users, finding your site via inbound links.
10. Request a link will not discard it yet. Asking another webmaster a link still works. (Always good to have a link page) However, with all the other options listed above, you quickly learn that this tactic is largely a waste of time and unproductive. There is a saying that goes: “Plan your work and work your plan” and this applies in the creation of links. The success of your website – and ultimately your business – depends on it! INKS-way to determine your ranking. Each link to your site is like a vote and the more votes you have, the higher ranked. In this article I will share important information and strategies to help you in the art of creating inbound links.