Search engine optimization is a great way to make money online. There are so many ways to achieve success using just SEO. This is probably why so many internet marketers claim to know exactly how to rank your site #1 on Google. But wait! If they really know the secret to internet marketing and this solution is only $50, do you really think they would sell your service on freelance sites? Personally, if I knew how to rank in search engines for $50, I’d be spending all day building new websites and ranking them on Google. I wouldn’t bother trying to sell this secret method to others, certainly not for $50. Actually, SEO costs more in the range of $2,000 to $10,000 depending on what niche you are in. So don’t bother buying backlinks from so-called gurus, it will only get your web pages banned from search results. With the new algorithm updates from Google and Bing, it’s harder to rank if you’re buying backlinks. Even expensive backlinks can now be flagged by search engines. Once they know you are buying your links, say goodbye to your position, your web pages will simply disappear from the results. So is there a new method for ranking websites? Yes, and I’ll explain exactly how it’s done. I have seen multi-billion dollar companies use this technique to rank on Google and Bing. The best part of this SEO method is that it is free. This is perfect because Google will ban your site if you buy backlinks.
So how do you rank at #1? #1 FREE?
In the early days of the internet, SEO used to be all about getting the most links pointing to your site. Marketers would submit your site to directories, submit massive articles with links to thousands of websites. They would post blog comments with software on countless number of blogs and created tons of web 2.0 social backlinks. Nowadays, I cannot stress this enough, these outdated techniques don’t work, they will hurt your SEO efforts and get you banned from search engines. The solution is to adopt a mindset that is focused on really making your site stand out. You want real backlinks that drive traffic and brand awareness. And no, I’m not talking about contacting your competitors and politely asking them to post your backlinks on their website. The solution is to get the word out about your brand or product.
So where should my links come from?
Write on blogs, news and real article sites. She should take the time to write about her product and her niche. Show your expertise on the subject. These sites crave real content. A single blog post can make more money than you think. Some blogs pay bloggers and marketers hundreds per post, and you get a backlink to your site in the process. Don’t worry about not being the best writer out there. Most people just want career advice, they don’t care if you have a PhD in literature, they just want to “learn how to fix my computer” or “learn to play the guitar”. Your opinion and experience are worth more than you think.
Where can I find the right blog or news site to post on?
You should take the time to research the source of your backlink. Search the terms “Blogs that accept guest posts” in Google. When looking for potential blogs, be sure to check the domain authority of the blog you’re posting on. Read a few posts on that blog to see if the content is genuine, some blogs use auto-generated content and search engines don’t like that, this type of content usually doesn’t even make sense so it’s easy to spot. Check the number of links pointing to other websites. If you see a lot of outbound links, don’t bother posting to that blog.
I’m not good at writing, can I buy blog posts?
Yes, but be careful! The only place I completely trust to buy blog posts from is Adsy. All of their blogs are legitimate and do not use PBNs. The items they provide are real and unique. Blogs have high DA and PA. To ensure you get quality backlinks, don’t buy the entire process as a service. Don’t buy packages that say 50 PBN backlinks for $10. Since you can’t really tell where these links are coming from, I strongly advise against purchasing this type of product. If you’re not using Adsy, you should outsource your article writing. Then check the quality of the article, run it through a duplicate content checker to see if it already exists on the internet. If it already exists, it won’t be indexed, so it has no value. Take your time, do some research, find blogs that have real readers. And then send your articles to a real audience. Only then will your backlinks be worth the time and effort.
How many links should I get?
The number of links varies depending on the niche you are in. The general rule is to release one article per week. And from there, it’s not really about how many backlinks, it’s about how long it will take. It usually takes a few months of blogging to rank in a low competition category. You can increase the number of posts you write each week to rank faster, but remember to post regularly to distribute indexing evenly. You don’t want to get 100 backlinks a week and then nothing for a month, that would be a red flag for search engine bots. Remember that a quality link from a real blog or news site is priceless. I have seen websites with five quality links rank before other sites that have thousands of domains pointing to them.
In conclusion, Google and Bing now rank content, not keywords. Your site should have great content and the sites that link to it too. Write about your niche, show your expertise and you will be rewarded with the #1 ranking in the search engines.