Effective website promotion with articles and links from forums

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website promotion with backlinks​

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Your competitor promotes his site solely through outreach: is there any chance of bypassing him by using free sources? How effective is the promotion of outreach and crowdsourced links? Let's find out

QUALITY CROWDFUNDING IN TWO CLICKS​

To get positive momentum and good results, you should use crowdfunding wisely. Poor quality placement sites can also affect the success of the site. In order to avoid such a situation, you can order crowd marketing from the experts at seostorm.pro .

What is outreach and crowdsourcing​

Outreach links are those that are obtained through an agreement with the owners of the sites. That is, they can be paid or free, but it is always an agreement with the owners to place them. Usually it's an article with a link inside or below it.

Crowd-links - are those that are placed conditionally free: find a place where ordinary users can leave their message with links, then, as a rule, "warm up" there profile - write a while neutral messages - and later (after a week, a month) leave the same, with a link to the promoted page.

What to do​


Both of these mechanics are necessary to promote properly. And in a natural link profile, usually those that look like crowds prevail. Simply because if a site is popular, people will share links to it. Site owners themselves with this amount of natural citations are not particularly interested in negotiating and putting them themselves somewhere else.

Therefore, in order to mimic this is the natural link mass of your competitors (and to promote to the top, you need it), the emphasis should be on crowding. That is, if your brand is not so strong that people themselves share it, you need to create the appearance of it.

But in order to get to the TOPs faster, you'll need to mix a little bit of outreach into that crowdfunding. Because, again, if you look at the profiles of strong competitors, they have a small mass of links from good sites behind those crowds of "natural" ones. And often - not by arrangement, but simply, let's say, the New York Times can post a piece about some startup absolutely free.

And you can try to do that and get in for free - but it's pretty tricky. Or you can find sites that will be willing to put on mutually beneficial terms or your article with a link for free, on the condition that it will meet their criteria of quality, or negotiate and post for money.

This way you will show the search engines that you are as cool a brand in terms of overall momentum and volume of links as the one you want to overtake. And get the very good ones that will have the most immediate effect. Because usually in these outreach articles will be anchor links. And actually you will get on them and the weight and anchor, plus be able to articles more "watered down" links on top, so that their cascade to transfer weight to you (this is more under the Western promotion, of course).

So you need to use free sources, and negotiate with powerful sites, and not just there, where anyone can place a link. The logic here is simple: if anyone can post, then either there is already a lot posted, or there will be a lot posted, or it will be difficult to put. And other things being equal (if the subject matter is suitable, the site, and so on), the harder to put, the more useful it is.

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