We have already optimized our blog to classify the search results according to certain keywords we are directed to, but here comes the sad news: It concerns its ranking in a very small way.However, pay attention to the quality of the links. For example, having a thousand links from completely irrelevant sites like online dating sites wouldn't help at all since your blog is a tech product blog. Tech gadget sites will make search engines crawl your blog like federal agencies storm a crack cave ...
Anyway, the cheapest way to get high quality links from licensed sites is to simply do them to request. High quality content that is original and provides valuable information to the readers of the website. Most likely, webmasters will link to your blog or even write about you.
Let's talk about how we should ask these authority webmasters to link on their blog. We'll discuss this based on the assumption that your blog is really content rich and has quality information for everyone in your niche or topic of discussion.The most practical option would be to email the webmaster directly.
First, let's find the best websites in your niche. Just search the major search engines for the term you are targeting. Let's look for "tech gadgets" in this case. The first results, www.t3. co.uk and www.acarplace.com/brands/gm/gadgets.html are commercial websites so don't ask. We're looking for community-based websites and other blogs that are more accessible to newbies like you.It seems that www.gizmodo.com would be a great option!
Then compose an email for the webmaster of www.gizmodo.com (whose email address you can find on the site). You even have your AIM contact there, so it's a great choice if you use AOL Instant Messenger as well. Include how they found your site (e.g., "Finding gadget information," NOT "Finding link partners!") And how you think your site provides valuable information. Basically, try to sincerely try to say something really good about your website.
Then suggest that this and other content on your own blog compliments your website content and vice versa. Include a link to your site on your blog and subtly ask them if they could do the same to create a mutually beneficial relationship between the site and your blog.
On the way, you may find people who don't even reply to your email, so forget about them and move on.Remove the links from your blog to your website if they haven't responded to your email within two weeks which is quite a long wait.
Do this for the first 30 search results that come up and in no time you should have some good websites pointing you. In the next article, we'll explore more advanced off-page factors and ways to improve them!