Link building isn’t as hard as some make it out to be. It also isn’t about posting profile links on various websites that happen to have a high PR rank on their homepage. Instead it is about creating quality incoming links to your site that improve your rankings and send more traffic your way at the same time. Here are three link building tips you can apply right away.
At the time that you start making a blog, it’s best to write some introductory lines that will let readers get a feel for both you and what you’ll be writing about. Keep it simple, and make sure you do that first. Add a few images that illustrate your philosophy and your subject. The images may be of you, or they may be of things related to your blog.
A second way to get traffic from back links is to search for a list of blogs that allow you to post buy guest posts. You need to select the blogs related to your niche. Also check the page ranking, number of members and actual traffic to the blog. High traffic blogs can help you get a good amount of traffic from links.
Avoid using text talk when you’re writing on your blog site. All words and numbers must be written out. Making use of text talk will make people think that you’re not someone they should take seriously.
Dress the part. This means be fashionable, but not don’t overdo it. Walking up to the gate in an evening gown will not help your case. Look effortlessly casual, with a strong sense of yourself. Black is the most common, of course, but bold will also work. This is after all a fashion show, show some style. Depending on the show you are attending, funkier designers call for a little more creativity. Wear heels. This is not the occasion for your comfy flats. Shoes speak volumes.
Create more high quality blog posts. Write content and publish it on your site. Do your keyword research and apply the proper keyword tagging. Updating your blog at least gives you a chance at search engine traffic. You still might not get any, but writing your blog articles is free and you still have the potential to land on readers radar.
Consider sending each blogger who participated in your tour a Thank You gift when it’s over. Again, show them gratitude for their time, effort and help in promoting YOUR book!
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