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Link Building Technics: An Infographic by Dan Ewah
Internet Marketing Consultant and Expert In Infographic Dan Ewah, Reveals Some of the Secrets In Link Building Through This Infographic!
Link building is a vital part of blogging and the Technics are different to different people, here in this post he reveals some technics.
He wrote an informative Guest Post on Enstine Muki’s Blog page on this subject along with this infographic.
The Infographic designer Dan Ewah. Check out this wonderful guide on increasing your website traffic. 7 Sure-fire ways to increase website traffic to your blog
Also, read this endnote before going to the infographic, this is in reference to my comment I posted on Enstine’s space. Read below my comment and his reply:
Link Building – My Comment
It is good to see Dan on your page,
The 5 strategies pointed out by Dan is very important to note.
I fully agree with that, but I doubt the one on the broken link!
Since many may not like to point out their flaws, even if it helps them other way round
many take it on a different look, I have many such experiences, especially with the so-called pro. bloggers!! So I completely stopped such strategies! So you said 80% of them may respond! I really surprised to read that, anyway, I am so glad to see you, Dan, here at Enstine’s page.
I am going to share this infographic on my page with due credit.
May you both have a great time of interaction and sharing
Keep up the good work. 🙂
Link Building – Dan’s Reply:
Hi Philip, Thanks for sharing the Infographic; it’s well appreciated.
I understand your reservation on the resulting level of the broken link strategy; there are a couple of things you have to be aware of for this strategy to work for you.
1. You shouldn’t point out the error in public, you should do that via email and your email should be very polite. Don’t make the blogger look foolish, rather make it look like you understand it’s an oversight because he’s busy.
Once, a guy tried to pull off the broken link strategy on me right on my comments area, of course, I ignored him and most bloggers would because it’s quite embarrassing.
2. You should endeavor to do the broken link strategy with medium-sized blogs or blogs within your size bracket. If you run a PR0 site and you approach a PR7 blog; you may not get a response.
3. The post you want the blogger to link to must be properly written; that you showed him a broken link on his blog does not mean he’d automatically link to any post you present; NO, he’ll still want to check out the post to be sure it’s deserving of a mention on his site.
4. Don’t send more than one link to the blogger, he could see that as being selfish and self-serving. The best approach is to endeavor to find more than one dead link on his site and then present him with other quality links for replacement besides yours; that way, he sees that you really care.
Always remember that blogging is all about relationships; the more you care, the more you are respected and sought after.
Comment Courtesy: EnstineMuki
Published on: Aug 5, 2015, at 15:17
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