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Link Building Tactics

How to increase traffic through Link Building?

Link Building is a method that is used to bring more visitors to your website. It can be achieved by trading of links between two websites or simply submitting your site to online directories. If you are struggling getting a higher ranking on search engines, and looking for ways to attract more visitors to your site freely, then link building is the answer.

Link building can take time however, when managed properly, it can increase your site’s ranking on the search engines.

There are various ways for link building:

  • Reciprocal link building
  • Directory listings
  • Non-reciprocal link building tactics

Does Link Popularity effect my Search Engine Rankings?

Link popularity is a display of the number of times the search engine has a reference of other websites linking to yours. This can have an impact on your position in some search engines. When other websites list a link to yours, some engines find that to mean your site is more valuable and increase the possibility of you showing well. For those engines that provide this information, the higher the number the better.

7 Responses to “Link Building Tactics”

  1. vtu says:

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  2. Melodie Matushevsky says:

    Hey may I use some of the information found in this post if I provide a link back to your site?

  3. Naila Jacobs says:

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  4. Emily Cowly says:

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  5. David Black says:

    Great site, what do you mean though by non reciprocal link building services?

    Thanks David!

    • K2 Designers says:

      Hi David,

      A Non-Reciprocal link is a one way link typically a back link, which bears more weight with search engines if it from a relevant or high pagerank website.

      A reciprocal link is between two websites.

      For example, it’s when Site A links to Site B and Site B links back.

      Hope it answers the question.

      Regards,

      Team K2

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