Buying Backlinks for SEO - Is that bad?

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  • Author Jim Kollins
  • Published July 27, 2020
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Buying Backlinks for SEO - Is that bad?

What is paid link building? And how that affected in your site and business. Paid links is not bad but you need to know when, from whom and why buying. Why website owners buy SEO links?

In order to be able to answer these questions, you must have at least 5 years of solid experience in buying links for SEO purposes and have tested on your own sites all sorts of strategies to know what works and what will lead to problems.

Paid links aren’t all bad, there are several types of paid links going around and just a few of them are:

Sponsored reviews

Sitewide links

in-context links

Sponsored Wordpress themes

Off-page SEO techniques that works

To improve the organic results of your website in the best search results, you need a comprehensive SEO strategy. You should first do an audit and then determine the steps you need to focus on all aspects and techniques to optimize demand. Your SEO strategy, which includes the 2 main types of SEO: on-page, and off-SEO techniques.

On-page SEO shows search crawlers what a site is about. It helps Google bot understand the content in site and rank in his SERP.

Off-page SEO shows search crawlers that a site is valuable and important because the brand is authoritative and popular in Internet.

Its not all bad , on every pagerank update at least 80% of the people using paid links as their main advertising method end up with a website with a higher pagerank then before, doing a few shady things once in a while does not get you slapped by google. In my blog7 I am trying to explain in plain language why this is happening. Link building is the hardest part in search engine optimization and it must be done very carefully by a professional who has experience, otherwise the probability of the site being ruined is huge.

One thing you should probably know or already may know is that your website is for people not search engines, search engines only provide you with the traffic needed. It’s the people, the readers who actually power your website and help you gain revenue.

What matters in one link?

  1. Sites authority

  2. Content relevance

  3. Anchor text of link

  4. Number of links

As you develop your own link building strategy, you should focus on getting high-quality dofollow links from reputable sites, in your niche with the right content, and the right anchor text. Otherwise the link you will receive will be of small value.

Any upgrade to the website means an attraction to a considerate ratio of visitors, in my case PR is what attracts visitors here, how i did it, how they can do it, things to do, things to avoid…etc. You can’t preach something you can’t do. A good pr can make upto 60% of your revenue and if paid advertising seems like the easiest way to go about, then what the heck?

Shoemoney talked about how johnchow is not found on google anymore, i agree, hes not there. But he uses google adwords now, that gives him even more coverage over relevant traffic! Chow’s blog is even growing at a faster pace then before without even being in google’s index!

The paid advertising, how ever shady it might’ve been, paid off for john at the end.

If you think about it, it’s not that bad really..Losing google listings in return for 50k+/month from one blog…

About the Author: Jim Kollins is an SEO expert manager at blog. With technical SEO skills and a passion for building solid link profiles on the sites he works on, he develops an effective and balanced strategy to show his clients the latest developments in the world of search engine optimization..

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Shery Mudasir
Shery Mudasir · 2 years ago
Very Nice Article BROTHER i have a question please write a article on how to get backlink iam trying but i didnt get backlinks any method get fast ? mine blog