The longest, hardest and most time-consuming part of getting a page ranked for a given keyword is promotion. Promotion mostly means getting backlinks. It actually means getting non-reciprocal one-way backlinks. Now here is the hard part. There are tons of ways to get backlinks. But you don’t want just any backlinks, you want quality backlinks.
Some of the ways you can get backlinks include article marketing, profile links, press releases, blog commenting, social bookmarking and lots of other ways. The important part of selecting a way to get backlinks is to find a method that works and is as inexpensive in money and time as possible. This is important because backlink building is the most time-consuming part of getting pages ranked. If it’s too time consuming you will not be able to put up enough pages to make any money. If getting backlinks costs too much money, then you will never be profitable for that particlular ranking. 구글광고대행
So, there are lots of options for how to go about building backlinks. Unfortunately there is also lots of advice, free and otherwise, about which method is best. The key issue is not which method is best, it is which method works best for you. Some methods don’t work, some are expensive, some are too time consuming. What may be good for a twenty something with no kids and no job may not be good for someone who is older with lots of responsibilities. Some methods are better if you have a large budget and some if you have a small budget. Some are better for experts and some more suited to novices. Couple this with the fact that some people say that you need to have a few different methods and you begin to see that the issue can get complex.
This article is not really about specific backlinking methods. It is about the need for you to figure out for yourself what works. You must pretend you are a scientist and try things out. This is important because in Internet Marketing there is so much information out there, most of it in the form of a sale pitch of some kind, that is pretty much useless. If you simply go with what someone says in a sales pitch or something you read in a forum or hear from a friend, you are going to end up wasting a lot of time and money. It is tempting and enticing to believe the sales pitch, buy the product or service and then believe we are on our way to making money. Then, when it does not turn out like we had hoped, we get bummed out for a while and then a month later, we repeat the cycle. The problem is that we are taking other people’s word for what works and that is not always a good idea. It’s okay to take someone’s word and then test to validate that whatever it is works, before even considering using it to make money.