Thursday, July 31, 2008


I have fun building links to my site. This seems to not tough as many people think. I think building links is an essential aspect. If there is proper amount of time is spend to achieve the needed amounts of links there can be long lasting results for the web masters. There are few methods to obtain quality backlinks to a site.

One of the most effective link building strategies is search engine or directory submission. There is enough software on the net to get quality backlinks to a site. This is not tough as many people think. The task of directory submission can be quite time consuming. If people might take the easy route to gain backlinks by submitting sites through automated software the results can not be effective on the long run.
Most directories consider the automated submission as spam. If the links are submitted by auto submitting software you need to submit it each and every month to see result.
The best is to submit manually. This is not that time consuming with the right submission software. Click here to submit manually to high page rank directories.

There is relatively new link building strategy which is called social bookmarking. This is submitting your link to social bookmarking sites such as or There is a chance for web masters to share their sites with other users so that the traffic will increase. Incase the content is valuable it will increase the inbound links when other web masters link to your site's content.

Also an effective link building strategy is article submission. If there is expertise offered in articles and these articles are submitted to article directories and the readers find this valuable source of information and they will give a site a backlink and this can be a great method to get backlinks. Make sure that the content is unique and write quality articles with proper keywords to rank in the search engines. The advantage of article submission is that those article sites have a high page rank. Article directories

1 comment:

Rich Pearson said...

Good stuff, particularly the bits about avoiding the auto-matic directory submissions - anything that sounds like snake oil usually is.

There are some other tools that can automate some of the steps of linkbuilding - we just launched a free beta test that should help with finding link candidates, either as a byproduct of article submission or on a more prospective basis.

Happy to answer any questions at rich(at) or you can find out more info here: