I'm from Colombia, I work in an Engineering company that is creating a new Web Site, and for this site we want to have a certain number of visits each month. However we don't have as many visits as we want. We've been trying to build links in similar sites, write a few articles, but we can't see a progress.
Does someone have any advice to make a succesful link building campain? I would really appreciate it
[edited by: martinibuster at 1:24 am (utc) on Feb 25, 2011] [edit reason] Removed solicitation for site review. [/edit]
A good starting place is to create a profile of who the typical researcher for your product is. Create a profile of the typical person that contacts you for more information about the product. There could be more than one profile. Then create a list of kinds of sites where they would be likely to hang out. Study those sites to see what kind of relationship you can create with them.
B2B keyword queries can be low. But you could be able to increase traffic and earnings by targeting where your potential customers hang out on the web. That's link building for traffic and, just my opionion, for b2b it plays a more important role than it does in other niches that have more search queries associated with them.
right, I was talking about link buying. By the way did You experience with the Link monkey services?
I also agree concerning the suggestions of investigating the most important sites your customers hang around. You sometimes never would guess what type of topics and concerns could be related to your site.
You could start then to search for them with simple Google queries like: