Automated Backlinks: Building links the easy way
Those au fait with the world of Search Engine Optimisation (often referred to as ‘SEO’) will be aware of the paramount importance of building backlinks. Link building can not only help to spread the word far and wide about your business/product/website through increased visibility, but it can also assist in boosting authority and increasing your rankings on search engines such as Google.
However, building backlinks is a task that takes time, effort and preparation – three things that are often at a premium in the world of business.
The big question, therefore, is ‘How can you build backlinks with minimal effort, time and planning?’. The answer is a simple one:
We’re fans of brevity so we won’t harp on and go into detail about what automated backlinks are and how they can help you. Instead, we’ll simply hand you over to the experts at LinkPushing.net.
SEO for websites: Pyramid Backlinking Services
With so many different forms of link building out there it can be an arduous task trying to decipher which is best suited to your business, website and circumstances. Pyramid backlinking is one form of SEO that has been used for many years to great effect, but what actually is it and is it still effective in 2018 (and will it be in 2019)? In this section we will delve head-first into the world of pyramid link building and answer the aforementioned questions.
As you can probably guess from the name, this backlinking strategy involves the use of a pyramid structure. Typically there are three layers to a pyramid, but in reality there are no limits as to how many tiers the pyramid can be comprised of. Each tier utilises various forms of links, and although what type of links are used within each layer can vary, most SEOers will use the following approach:
Tier 1: Only very high quality links should be utilised in this tier. Examples of higher quality links are web 2.0’s (created manually), native articles posted on authority websites and/or blogs, high quality niche-related automated backlinks etc. Basically anything that would in no way, shape or form be described as spammy.
Tier 2: This layer is comprised of backlinks that point to all tier one links. These are designed to increase the flow of ‘link juice’ through your tier one links (and therefore to your money site) in addition to helping increase the rate at which search engines such as Google index them. Although tier two links can be of lesser quality than tier one, it is still important to use the best links possible. Examples of such links would be social media platforms and profiles, niche-relevant forums/forum profiles and links of that ilk. If in doubt then simply demote it to tier three.
Tier 3: When you get as far down as tier three then quality pretty much goes out of the window. Lesser links (that some would deem to be spam) in large quantities is the order of the day here.
Are pyramid backlinking services still relevant and working in 2018? In a word: yes. Although SEO experts will certainly agree that it is not as potent as it once was, it still carries some oomph and if done correctly can have a positive impact upon your website’s authority and search engine rankings. Going into 2019 I would expect this form of backlinking to have similar effects, however, as Google’s algorithm is perpetually changing, evolution of SEO tactics and methods is required, therefore you may have to get creative with pyramid link building both now and in the future.
We hope that this article has helped you to understand more about the world of SEO. Please feel free to get in touch with any comments, questions, feedback or suggestions that you have.
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