High PR Link Building (Backlink) strategy Part 2
We all ready covered in our first part of it's link building strategy and in the second part of this series we cover rest of the method to build high PR backlinks or High PR link buiding strategy for website or blogs. Let's start
Strategy Pre-Outreach or Pre-Promotion
A while back, one of my readers, Emile, was getting ready to publish this epic piece of content. But for that to happen, he'd need to build links. So Emile decided to promote his post before he even published it. This is known as pre-outreach. Here is how it went down.
First, he search for a blogs that wrote about employee wellness and he sent them this message. Because he didn't beg for a link, most of the people that Emile talked to were happy to hear from him.
Edu resource page link building
Getting links from edu websites are super powerful. The question is, how do you actually get university sites to link to you?.
Edu resource pages
Here is how it works. Most universities have resource pages where they link to content that could help their students and faculty. Here is an example of a resource page that links to content about nutrition and supplements.
For example, let's say you have a website about nutrition. First, you want to find resource pages like the one I just showed you. To do that, pop these search strings into Google. Then look to see if a piece of your content would be a good fit for that page.
Finally, email the person that runs that resource page this proven script. Now keep this in mind. That's the bad news. The good news is, even one or two of these link scan make a massive difference in your Google rankings.
For example, I recently used this strategy to get a link from this resource page on the University of Michigan website. That single link made a significant dent in my organic traffic.
Moving Man Method
The moving man method is simple. First, find web pages, resources, or businesses that are outdated, just rebranded or recently changed names.
Then find sites that are still linking to these outdated resources. Finally, let people know that they're linking to something that's out of date. Let me tell you how this works with an real example.
A while back, I read that a website for a big SEO agency suddenly shut down. This meant they had tons of pages on their site that weren't working anymore, pages that lots of people were still linking to.
Infographic about SEO on their site wasn't working anymore, which was perfect because I had just published my own SEO-focused infographic. That was the first step.
Next, I had to see who actually linked to this infographic. So I fired up a hrefs and pulled all their links. Finally, I emailed everyone that still link to that infographic. I let them know that the image wasn't working anymore. I also let them know that my infographic will make a great replacement for the BlueGlass one.
Now people were more than happy to link to me.
Link building strategy, Guestographics
After all, who would want to link to a site that's made up of 100% product and category pages? What did he do? First, put together an epic piece of content, an ultimate guide to Product. This guide contained everything someone would want to know about it from anywhere in one place.
Now of course I didn't just sit back and wait for the links to roll in. He promoted his content with email outreach. Because I reached out to the right people and sent them personalized emails, some people even offered to link to his guide.
All these backlinks boosted my rankings for a keyword that his customers search for every day. His content even shows up in the highly coveted featured snippet spot. Now before we close out this Blog.
Guest Posting Opportunity
Let me show you a cool bonus tip, find guest posting opportunities with Google Images.
That's right. I said guest posting. Now a lot of people say that when it comes to building links, guest posting is dead. But is it true? Not really. In fact, when you're just starting out, guest posting is one of the best ways to build links to your site.
For example, when I first started Newsresolution, I guest posted like a padman. I wrote over 50 guest posts and interviews in about a year. And the links I got from guest posting gave my organic traffic a nice early boost. That said, I was very strategic about things.
So if you run a site about the paleo diet and write a guest post for a site about iPhones, that's gonna look spammy. But when you write mind-blowing guest posts for quality sites in your industry, those links do help.
The question is, how do you find sites to guest post on? Google Images. Here is the step-by-step process.
First, find someone in your niche that writes a lot of guest posts. Second, grab the URL of the headshot that they use in their author bio. Finally, pop that URL into Google reverse image search. And boom, you get a list of places that guest posted presented to you on a silver platter.
So there you have it, nine of my all-time favorite link building strategies. If you learned some cool new stuff from today's Blog, make sure to subscribe to the Newsresolution right now. If you want exclusive SEO techniques that I only share with subscribers, head over to Newsresolution.com and hop on the newsletter. It's free.