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Ways to build the backlinks after Google Penguin 2.1 Update?
sekarsundaram




msg:4620949
 4:47 am on Nov 4, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hi to all...

Everybody is saying like build links naturally after the Google Penguin update. It would be great everyone just share your inputs and ideas to build the backlinks naturally here. So its useful for everyone.

Myself start with

1. Build the links with the fresh content and target the links with key phrases in the article sites.

I hope everyone at least share 1 point here...

Thanks in advance.

 

jinxed




msg:4620952
 6:49 am on Nov 4, 2013 (gmt 0)

target the links with key phrases in the article sites


Maybe stop looking at anchor text as much? If you look at natural patterns over a enormous data set then it really would look very unnatural to have nearly all new links with targeted key phrases.

Build links where the traffic will be highly interested in your content.

linkbuildr




msg:4621087
 4:12 pm on Nov 4, 2013 (gmt 0)

build links naturally doesn't make sense. You're not supposed to build links, you're supposed to earn them. While that's not at all easy, nor am I saying this is all I do but most people think manually submitting themselves to some business directory/articlesite/blog comment is legit are just plain confused.

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