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7 Backlink Building Tips to Ward Off Over-Optimization

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7 Backlink Building Tips to Ward Off Over-Optimization – Search Engines – SE Optimization

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After the rolling out of the update called Google Penguin, it is now more difficult to build backlinks for SEO . Blog networks and paid links have been used for several years, but these techniques are not as ineffective in today’s world. They are actually considered to be Black Hat SEO and you will be penalized by Google if caught building optimized links from these sketchy sources.

With all the buzz around Penguin and how to go about building natural, un-optimized backlinks, I was compelled to create an article on the topic. Below I have listed 7 tips on how to build quality backlinks to help prevent, or remedy, over-optimization.

1. Submit Your Site to Directories – There are hundreds of directories out there and many of them are free to submit your site to. Although the level of authority can vary per directory, these are quality, natural sources of backlinks for almost any types of website.

2. Make Blog Comments – Sure, blog commenting might be old school and also low-authority backlink building . However, blog comment links are natural, and if you site has been penalized for over-optimization, it is an easy way to help balance ratio of optimized and un-optimized backlinks.

3. Generate video content – Come up with great video content that promotes your product/service, brand, business or website. By posting videos on YouTube, Vimeo or other 3rd party sites, you can often include a backlink to your site in the video description.

4. Run Polls, Surveys, and Contents – Interacting with you customers and getting involvement from outsiders is a great way to generate buzz to your website. As a result, this is also a great way to earn natural backlinks to your website.

5. Join the Relevant Trade Associations: Consider attending trade shows and conferences to interact with other professionals and groups. When you attend such trade shows and conferences, try to take part as a member of a trade association. This will help to ensure that your website gets listed on the website of the trade association.

6. Build an External Blog: Creating a blog that outside the domain of your website is very efficient way to build links back to your website. Be sure to building your blog around a niche topic that focuses on your brand or business.

7. Publish Articles and Press Release: Submitting content around the Web can also offer a very natural link building source. In article and press releases, add a link back to your site that uses the domain name or page URL, not the optimized anchor text that you would have wanted before Penguin hit.

Well there you have it, 7 ways to build natural backlinks to your website. By focusing on a good blend of these backlinks, your website can ward-off (or remedy) over-optimization penalties from Google.

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John is an article writer and blogger for the website optimization company Web Presence Group. He specializes in Internet marketing , SEO , PPC, and other forms of website optimization.

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John is an article writer and blogger for the website optimization company Web Presence Group. He specializes in Internet marketing , SEO , PPC, and other forms of website optimization.












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