What are the powerful offpage strategies that should be implemented for websites?

by Digishine 5 replies
Some powerful 8 offpage strategies are:
1) Forum posting.
2) Press release submission.
3) Profile posting.
4) Directory submissions.
5) Article submissions.
6) Social bookmarking.
7) Search engine submissions.
8) Blog commenting.
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  • Profile picture of the author animal44
    I've gone back to the 90's...
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  • Profile picture of the author Olivia Thomas
    This article lists some great strategies that are easy to follow. http://www.algoworks.com/blog/app-de...-off-page-seo/
  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Me thinks you don't know the meaning of the words powerful and strategies.

    Originally Posted by Digishine View Post

    Some powerful 8 offpage strategies are:
    1) Forum posting.
    2) Press release submission.
    3) Profile posting.
    4) Directory submissions.
    5) Article submissions.
    6) Social bookmarking.
    7) Search engine submissions.
    8) Blog commenting.
  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    Originally Posted by Digishine View Post

    Some powerful 8 offpage strategies are:
    1) Forum posting.
    2) Press release submission.
    3) Profile posting.
    4) Directory submissions.
    5) Article submissions.
    6) Social bookmarking.
    7) Search engine submissions.
    8) Blog commenting.
    These are terrible linking strategies. And that's how these ideas are often promoted.
    But a few have real use.

    Forum posts can actually show up in Google search results. Warrior Forum posts are often at the top of a search. But it's because the headline of the thread matches the search phrase.

    Articles can show up in Google search results. But article directory articles seldom show up on the first page of a Google search.
    But using these as ways to create incoming links, hoping to get a website to show up on Google....it doesn't have any juice at all.

    It isn't the number of links, but the relevance of links....and the relevance of the website they are on.

    You can go to Fiverr.com and for $5 get thousands of links from the sources in the list...and it makes no difference. And nobody ever clicks on those links.
  • Profile picture of the author Jefay
    If it is an eCommerce business, use some offline strategies for marketing too, they should help you

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