Secret Methods for Getting Backlinks

This presentation offers tips for getting high-quality,
relevant backlinks using overlooked, little-known methods.
Backlink methods include infographics, document sharing and

Little-Known Ways to Get Backlinks

In the world of internet marketing, there is always debate
over the importance of backlinks. Some experts believe
that, as social media gains importance, backlinks are
becoming less important. What remains clear, however, is
that high-quality, relevant backlinks are important now and
will continue to be important in the future.

As Google continues to refine its algorithms, the relevance
of backlinks is becoming more essential than the number of
backlinks. In the past, marketers would try to generate
vast numbers of backlinks without paying much attention to
either the quality or the relevance. In this presentation, we will
look at some lesser-known ways of generating high-quality,
relevant backlinks.

Infographics are a popular way of sharing content. They
take complicated data and then present it in an
easy-to-understand visual format. They are also a great way
to get backlinks for your site.

Start by using Google Trends to find a trending topic in
your niche. Collect data related to the trend and then hire
a graphic designer from a freelance site like Elance or
Odesk. Give the data to the designer and have an
infographic created. Make sure that your link is displayed
in the infographic. Then promote it using Guestographics.

High-quality content is another way to get backlinks. Look
for content in your niche that is performing well. You
specifically want to focus on content that is generating a
lot of backlinks. Then, create content that is more
complete, engaging and entertaining than the content that
you found.

Your goal is to blow that content out of the water. Then
reach out to the people who linked to the other content and
see if they’ll give backlinks to your newer, better

You can use blog aggregators to expand the reach of your
blog. These aggregators are basically news aggregators.
They are also known as news feeds. These sites links to
blogs, news and articles by topic or category. Members or
users can search for topics of interest using keywords.

Users can choose to subscribe to topics that interest them.
Many of these aggregators have an application process. It
is worth doing; however, since these sites can drive a lot
of traffic to your site.

To find blog aggregators, use the following search terms:
“blog directories,” “blog directory,” or “submit blog.”
Create a unique description of your blog, and submit it
along with your blog. Once your blog is approved, your site
will be listed in the directory along with a backlink.

Generate backlinks with super-long lists. People really
love to link to crazy long lists of helpful information.
Think, “100 ways to beat a winter cold,” or “110 ways to
get backlinks.”

Look for a topic in your niche where a long list would add
value. To make the list manageable, break it down into
sub-topics. For example, a list about back-linking could be
divided into sub-categories like social media, article
directories, or document sharing. Create your list and
publish it, make sure you include a link to your site at
the end of your list.

There are many different ways to get backlinks; however,
not every backlink is equal. Make sure to build backlinks
that are high-quality and relevant. You can use
infographics, long lists, awesome content and blog
aggregators to generate backlinks for your site.

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Mohammed Yusuf Jaafar