wheel - 3:35 pm on Sep 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
People will only link to amazing or useful stuff, er, which goes back to quality and content.
Demonstratably false. Probably because you're working under the wrong assumptions.
People do not link for reasons of content. They link because it's beneficial to them. Having good content is one way to tickle their fancy, but it's not the only way. And perhaps increasingly it's not even the best way.
t is a small niche but I dont know of any other relevant places to try and get links. I dont want to move to far out from my niche since it wont relate all that well to the topic. I have many social sites set up for it and have purchased a select few directory listings.
Seems like you've got the first step.
Check the backlinks of your competitors, and sites that currently rank. You can get specific sites and ideas from there.
You can delve outside your niche, though stay related. For example, make lists of the following industries:
- who are suppliers/manufacturers for your product
- who are the consumers of your product
- who is related to your niche or does something similiar.
Look for any industry that has a point of contact. Then go mine that niche for links.
That'd be the second step IMO.