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Can backlink from unrelated blog and forum?
I want to know can I get back link from any type forum, any type blog
FarswanDevendra




msg:4578915
 7:47 am on May 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

I my name is devendra and new in SEO industry & working for a travel website. I want to know can I get back link from every category of forum, any every category of blog or can I get only link from travel related forums/travel blogs?

thanks

 

lucy24




msg:4578924
 8:00 am on May 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

Whoa there. Do you mean
"Is it possible?"
or do you mean
"Is it a good idea?"

FarswanDevendra




msg:4578925
 8:14 am on May 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

I mean "Is it possible?" and "Is it a good idea?"

Charlie Blair




msg:4578933
 8:54 am on May 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

No it's not a good idea to post on every forum and every category, you need to post on related blogs and forums. To build links properly, you need to create value for the person reading to forum or blog. You need to stay on topic on the right forums or on the the right blog. For example, your education website, could be linked to a mommy blogger, by commenting on a post about educating children etc.
Hope this helps

FranticFish




msg:4579110
 5:07 pm on May 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

So YOU'RE the one! :)

I'd forget forums if you're trying to get strong links. These days, a forum that will allow new members to drop links to their sites is probably not rated highly by Google.

And as for blogs, most of these use 'nofollow' for comments so you're unlikely to get much if anything from that activity either.

A good principle with links is that the easier they are to get, the less they are probably worth.

Travel can be very competitive and you're going to need to stand out.

You say you're new to this, so before you do anything that might harm your site or waste your time, I'd take some time to learn about the type of links that Google will hopefully reward and about the type that they will ignore or even punish you for.

Reading through the Library should give you an idea of link-building as people here believe it should be practised; things to do, things to avoid, and hopefully ideas and inspiration that will get you started.

Once you start reading you'll notice that most of it is based around content that people find useful, interesting, amusing, contentious - anything that stimulates a response.

martinibuster




msg:4579122
 5:32 pm on May 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

Agreed, it's bad. A link is a citation. A citation is defined as "...A quotation from or reference to a book, paper, or author, esp. in a scholarly work."

A citation is freely given. So YOUR job is to think of a way to get someone else to cite your website from their website. At it's most basic you are providing them a reason to link to your site by their own choice, without any compensation or any other consideration. At this time, with your level of knowledge, anything else will get your site penalized.

ushahm




msg:4581193
 6:59 am on Jun 5, 2013 (gmt 0)

no it's not a good practice.if you get a backlinks from your relevant sites you will get more seo weightage for your site.google gives more importance to relevant backlinks.

sourabhrana




msg:4581240
 10:38 am on Jun 5, 2013 (gmt 0)

I am also facing this issue. How to get links from travel related websites

martinibuster




msg:4582044
 11:54 am on Jun 7, 2013 (gmt 0)

How to get links from travel related websites


The answer is still the same. YOUR job is to think of a way to get someone else to cite your website from their website. At it's most basic you are providing them a reason to link to your site by their own choice.

Take a look at the kinds of sites you'd like to get a link from. See what sites they're linking to. Become what they're linking to.

Good luck!
;)

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