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How to Get Relevant, Authority and User-Friendly Backlinks



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How to Get Relevant, Authority and User-Friendly Backlinks

Is this a good way to start? especially if I'm a beginner in this job. Thinking
about my friends, relatives, colleagues, partners, clients that have a blog
or a site. All you have to do is ask for a backlink. Ask for in-content links
instead of links in the sidebar or footer.

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I don't suggest just going to a website and asking them to place a backlink for you. Instead, offer them a great article that you wrote yourself, so you know it's impressive and unique. Tell them you'd be willing to do a few of these each month to build up their blog/website and all you ask for in return is a dofollow backlink from 1 of every 3 to 5 great articles you publish for them. Tell them they just have to make an account for you and you will do all the editing and publishing for them. They will likely publish the first few on their own and realize that it's more work than just copying the content and pasting it into a description box. They will eventually make you an account, and you can now post as many articles as you want. Just be sure they are unique, well written, never spun, and you stick to the 1 in 3 to 5 articles having a dofollow backlink to your websites.

You should also tell these website and blog owners that you've done the proper keyword research, so you know what will help them out in the rankings to get more traffic. Show them why you're the best choice since you're doing this for free, and they will be more than willing to work with you How to Get Relevant, Authority and User-Friendly Backlinks Also, show them some content generation services and how much they charge for articles. It can get pretty pricey at $0.25 per word for 2,000-word articles lol How to Get Relevant, Authority and User-Friendly Backlinks



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