Link Building – Fast, Easy and Effective Method
If youâ€™re looking for a way to build links to your site or blog, check out SEOLinkVine.
They have reopened the â€œGet More Trafficâ€ portion of the site for a short time, as they have a large number of blogs available after the contest they recently held.
These blogs all need more content, and they are willing to publish your content along with keyword links back to your site.
SLV will close again, so if youâ€™re interested donâ€™t wait too long.
How does it work?
Thereâ€™s a video on the site you can watch, but hereâ€™s the simplified process:
1. Write an original article about your product
2. Paste it into their content spinner.
3. Use their spinner to change the article so syndicated articles will be different.
4. Add your keyword links.
5. Decide how many links you want to build daily. This is the number of blogs / sites that will be allowed to republish your article on a daily basis.
6. Choose your categories.
How do I do it?
My process is pretty much the same, except I want my spun articles to have a higher originality content than SEOLinkVine is currently able to provide. So I use Magic Article Rewriter, where I can get a 40-45% originality ratio, which is reflected on SLV as 80-95%.
To learn how it works, see my article on link building with Magic Article Rewriter.
Caveat: Garbage in, garbage out. If you want to have articles online that you are proud of and that sounds professional, take your time with the spinning portion. Make sure all the iterations make sense and donâ€™t read like English is your second language. Thereâ€™s a learning curve, but there usually is with anything that is worthwhile. My copywriters get pretty good after the first two or three articles, and my acceptance rate on SLV is 100% on almost every article.
Where do the articles go?
SEOLinkVine does not provide you with a list, but Iâ€™ve found my articles on a variety of relevant sites. Some are new sites, others are sites that have been around for awhile and have PR.
Is it White Hat and does it work?
Yes, this is White Hat SEO. Iâ€™m sure some people donâ€™t much care about the quality of the articles they write or publish, but my articles are well written and informative, and the articles I choose to publish are the same.
Iâ€™m seeing increased search engine rankings for my keywords, as well as inbound traffic from the sites publishing the articles.
This is certainly not the only way I build links, but it is a way to build a large number of inbound links over time.