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Monday, September 16, 2013

White Hat SEO Linking

To be successful in online internet marketing campaign, you have to apply the WhiteHat SEO link building technique. This may only be overlooked if you are already one of the established websites that people always link to, but even so, new links still push forward your business to greater heights.
It is therefore important that you set link building as one of your overall objectives when starting business. The work of search engine optimization consultants is mainly to use their expertise in advising clients on which options to go for depending on which matters are at hand.
Here are a few tips on how to take full advantage of the White Hat SEO link building technique and help shape your website’s back-link profiles and ensure that there is enough ratio of URL, keyword anchor texts and trade name links;

1.      Link-bait
This is where you use your content as bait. Make sure you write a good and valuable content and then post it on Stumble upon and Digg et al and wait to see if it will work. If it fails, continue trying until you get one that will bring in traffic and more links.
2.     Article writing
Good articles always just sell themselves because if a reader finds a good article he will probably share it on his social network page. You therefore need to write some good articles and post them on Ezine articles and other related pages. You may also want to use automated software to syndicate the articles that you have posted.
3.     Social bookmarking
Social bookmarking can start from within. Get your team to actively get involved in the social bookmarking. You should bookmark everything including other people’s content.
4.     Directory submission
Submit your name to the directory. This is probably not so widely used anymore but it can still work for some businesses.
All these and much more are acceptable White Hat SEO techniques that are used in link building, so as to increase traffic and improve visibility.  Testing them will probably help you determine which ones work well for you and which ones really don’t. From there you can focus your energy on what really matters for your business. 

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