Simply put, link building is posting links to your website on forums, blogs and other relevant web properties, from where you can get desired/targeted audience groups. According to a recent survey by - About 37 of businesses' monthly link building spend is between $10,000 and $50,000. For such a huge investment, it is necessary to make the “right” investment producing high “returns”. The four Cs – content, context, community and CTA (call to action) play equally important roles here, as in any other marketing activity. things to do Keep following industry standards and trends. After all, SEO is all the rage, the standards keep changing. The four Cs rule is an exception to the above statement. Make this a rule of thumb for every link you create.
Quality content Contextually correct (you cannot link to the US election campaign in an Indian forum. Leave a great CTA, which drives the reader to take action that helps you with your marketing goals Things not to do No duplicate content on the website No spam No shortcuts! (Do not buy links) Do not engage in unnecessary self-promotion Besides Phone Number List the do's and don'ts listed above, here's a quick list of safe places to build links: 1) Educational site educative ".Edu" is one of the most trusted domains and designated as the most authoritative resources. One can simply plan sponsorship programs for students, link up with educational institutions, or plan other games or giveaways to acquire those backlinks.
See also: 5 link building techniques to avoid 2) Government website government The credibility of a government site is as high as that of an educational site. Although acquiring backlinks from such websites can be very difficult, these are very valuable, especially those with the .gov extension. Sponsorship or exposure at a public event could be a way to acquire links on these websites. 3) The industry vertical related forum forum This could be asking a question on the forum or participating in other discussions that could be directly related to your business or industry.