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Want to build links apart from AM and SB
I want to build links apart from article marketing and social bookmarking
gabriel john

 9:14 am on Jul 15, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi All,

Could anyone (seo expert) let me know some link building techniques.

Already, I have tried the following techniques. Like,

Article submission, social bookmarking, directory submissions and press release etc.

But I could not find any serp movements for my keywords from these techniques.

Could anyone help me out to build links or find out any new techniques where I can build links apart from the techniques I mentioned above.

Kindly help me to find some link building ideas. Thanks :)



 9:36 am on Jul 15, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi :)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld. ;)

What other ways are there? It's easy to say "create good content" but that's not always appropriate for every site, particularly for ecommerce sites.

Become the site you want a link from
Nevertheless, you can still leverage good content with a blog which will help interact with the existing community of bloggers who may be among those likely to use your product. For instance, if you are an outdoors product site then creating a non-salesy blog about camping tips would be a good way to become the site you want a link from. Becoming the site you want a link from has many variants.

This forum has a library [webmasterworld.com] of some of the best discussions about link development. It's not apparent because the link is really tiny. However this is where the link dev library [webmasterworld.com] is and it may give you some ideas.

Good luck,



 9:40 am on Jul 15, 2010 (gmt 0)

There are a whole string of possibilities why your site isn't improving including:

1. The opposition is just too good
2. Your site is badly optimised for the keywords that you are checking
3. You are getting links that are "nofollow". (some people are still paranoid about this based on out of date views of how Google works)
4. You aren't allowing enough time for your site to be reindexed


 6:18 am on Jul 16, 2010 (gmt 0)

Become the site you want a link from

Really reminds me of "Be, Do, Have". Real words of wisdom there.

gabriel john

 6:36 am on Jul 19, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi All

thanks for your valuable suggestions,

Martini buster,

Yes I started reading the library you suggested me. :)


Yes , now I am checking in the keyword part. If I find any keywords that need to change, will discuss that too.


I agree with you. I have to update a lot.

You guys if you want to give some more suggestions pls, help me out. I am ready to learn.

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