Ranking without backlinks

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Hi there, I run a couple of websites in new niches and with one of them, I have a pretty good rank on Google which I'd like to improve or at least have it stay where it is now. The thing is, there is no way any blogger will want to link to my website, there is no way people would want to let me guest post with my content.

It's the nature of the niche, I don't want to get into details but there is no logical reason why anyone would blog about this.

So, what is there to do? I'm sure 99% of my competitors will not have HQ links either, what is the second most important thing I can do to SEO my websites?

What I did so far was to write extensive, high-quality related content and I publish new posts 2-3 times a week. I connected my site, my videos with social networks including Facebook and Google+. I have shared my YouTube videos with each and promoted it where it was natural.

I heard going to articles directories is a dead end so I'm staying away from that, can anyone recommend the next step?

All I can come up with is to keep publishing new articles and try and get more popularity on social networks. The only thing I'm currently deciding whether I should do is to compete with myself; create a new website, same niche but different style, different accounts different everything just to spread my influence even more and have a second source of traffic.

I am motivated, I am patient and I am capable, please advise me.

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author adityasg7
    Article writing is the nice way to get backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Build a second site on a domain that already has backlinks, you can find such in auctions, then link back to your main site. Rinse and repeat a dozen or so times and you'll definitely see your rankings improving further.

      Obvious it doesn't have to be a full fledged site.
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      • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
        Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

        Build a second site on a domain that already has backlinks, you can find such in auctions, then link back to your main site. Rinse and repeat a dozen or so times and you'll definitely see your rankings improving further.

        Obvious it doesn't have to be a full fledged site.
        Does this domain have to be previously-associated with the niche I am in? Does the content have to be related or literally any random domain with backlinks?

        I'm wondering about that even though I doubt I'd be able to afford such a thing, those domains probably go for hundreds if not thousands of dollars.

        Thank you for your suggestion tho, I appreciate it!
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        • Profile picture of the author nik0
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          Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

          Does this domain have to be previously-associated with the niche I am in? Does the content have to be related or literally any random domain with backlinks?

          I'm wondering about that even though I doubt I'd be able to afford such a thing, those domains probably go for hundreds if not thousands of dollars.

          Thank you for your suggestion tho, I appreciate it!
          No it does not but it sure looks more natural so less risky really.

          I've had crappy sites go through a manual review and they survived it simply cause the content matched with the domain name and the anchor profile. Those manual reviewers are satisfied rather quickly.

          However when it doesn't match at all I'm not so sure. One thing you can do of course is take domains with generic names or real people's names, that way it can still be about anything, quite different then realtorinnewyork.com when you want to rank a dentist site.

          Relevant domains are often hard to find though, especially ones with decent link juice but what you could do is buy relevant domains and buy irrelevant high PR domains and use these irrelevant high PR ones to drive juice to the relevant ones, and from there to your money site. That would be a pretty solid strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author alsgroup
    Yes... You can rank your website without Backlinks, but you can not ignore it. Because your each section and pages linked to each other. That is also count as Internal Backlinks. Internal Backlinks are very useful to increase PageViews and Avg. Visit on Website.

    Quality Content always help to build your website's authority and gives your better ranking in Search Engines. So believe to post quality content.
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    • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
      Originally Posted by alsgroup View Post

      Yes... You can rank your website without Backlinks, but you can not ignore it. Because your each section and pages linked to each other. That is also count as Internal Backlinks. Internal Backlinks are very useful to increase PageViews and Avg. Visit on Website.

      Quality Content always help to build your website's authority and gives your better ranking in Search Engines. So believe to post quality content.
      I see, well internal linking isn't a problem, I've studied ON-Page SEO a lot so I think I got that covered.

      Also all of my content is written by me, I'm pretty sure its "high quality".
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      • Profile picture of the author alsgroup
        Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

        I see, well internal linking isn't a problem, I've studied ON-Page SEO a lot so I think I got that covered.

        Also all of my content is written by me, I'm pretty sure its "high quality".
        So.. Just wait and try to write and post more quality content using blog. Sure It will help you.
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    • Profile picture of the author cchandran
      Originally Posted by alsgroup View Post

      Yes... You can rank your website without Backlinks, but you can not ignore it. Because your each section and pages linked to each other. That is also count as Internal Backlinks. Internal Backlinks are very useful to increase PageViews and Avg. Visit on Website.

      Quality Content always help to build your website's authority and gives your better ranking in Search Engines. So believe to post quality content.

      My website is an ecommerce website, so that i cannot add content in the website, There is no necessity to add content in my website.,and I can update content only in my blog. So how can I get ran,ing in the search engine?
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  • Profile picture of the author IMLab
    Hi there!

    Ranking in search engines helps in driving traffic but it is not everything. Social media networks and direct relationship building are as important as rankings. In every niche, you can find blogs and people who wants to feature your articles. If your niche is very weird such that no one is willing to blog about it then it is surely not a niche that can get you profits. It would be really helpful if you can share your niche here with all the details so we can help you better.

    As you were too general in your post, i am not so sure how much of marketing you did. In short though you need the following:

    [ Part 1 - The Obvious Stuff ]

    1. High Quality Content.
    2. Impressive Attractive Website Design.
    3. Speed - Your whole site must load up in less than 3 seconds.
    4. Security - Make sure all your pages, dashboard and server are properly secured.
    5. On-Page Optimization: All your pages must be optimized.

    [ Part 2 - Link Building ]

    Relying on those links that comes naturally to your blog because of your quality content can be a time consuming task - and sometimes it does not work even. A better approach is for you to give a push at the start then let it go naturally on its own. Building links is a big topic but mostly every niche has its own unique ways of getting quality links. The common techniques tells you to keep everything diversified, natural and of high quality. It is always advised as well to get your links from relevant websites. In addition to that, keep in mind that it is about quality not quantity.

    It is also recommended to stay away from automated link building programs, cheap Fiverr link packages and stuff like that. Building a private blog network still works well as long as you take care of it. Hiring reputable SEO agencies also tend to help at the start of your campaign if you have the right budget for that. Check the end of this post for free tutorials if you are new to link building.

    [ Part 3 - Social Media Marketing ]

    If you are doing social media marketing properly, it works on its own without even thinking about Google. I have seen so many businesses relying solely on SMM and generating great profits every month. Among all social networks and media sites, focus on the following:

    Facebook Ads: Publish Facebook ads regularly and optimize them based on your niche.
    Google+ Marketing: Building a group, a business page and engage with your fans.
    Twitter Marketing: Tweet regularly your quality content and use proper relevant hash tags.
    Youtube Marketing: Publish videos and optimize them properly.

    [ Part 4 - Buying Ads ]

    Although this sounds like an old technique, but getting your ad published around really help in driving traffic as long as your ad is published on a reputable authority and popular website. Google ads, Bing ads, ads on popular websites all help in driving traffic. Just keep in mind that the more the relevant the site is the better. Stay away from suspicious sites and those websites of low quality including web directories.

    Those are the basics mainly. If you can share with us more details about your niche, that will help us in writing a better feedback for you.

    [ The Answers To Your Questions ]

    Q1). What is the second most important thing to do after getting quality links?
    A1). Focus on social media marketing, it is truly amazing and gets you real results.

    Q2). I heard going to articles directories is a dead end so I'm staying away from that, can anyone recommend the next step?
    A2). Article directories does not help much anymore in terms of rankings. However, they do help if the published articles get some direct traffic. Remember that marketing is not just about links and rankings. The next step, is to focus on SMM and continue what you are doing. It really takes long time to get a good level of authority. So stay patient.

    Q3). Is building multiple websites considered a helpful process?
    A3). I would not recommend you to jump and build so many websites in the same niche. Try to focus on one, building relations, increase its authority and it will work out. Building multiple sites require lots of work and a big team to work with you if you want to keep a high level of quality content around.

    [ Resources: Free Tutorials For Beginners ]

    There are lots of free articles online that teaches you all that. A quick Google search will get you many. You can also check the following articles that cover the essential stuff:

    Free On-Page SEO Guide.
    Free Link Building Guide.
    Free Social Media Marketing Guide.

    Hope that helps!
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    • Profile picture of the author fms10
      Originally Posted by IMLab View Post

      Hi there!

      Ranking in search engines helps in driving traffic but it is not everything. Social media networks and direct relationship building are as important as rankings. In every niche, you can find blogs and people who wants to feature your articles. If your niche is very weird such that no one is willing to blog about it then it is surely not a niche that can get you profits. It would be really helpful if you can share your niche here with all the details so we can help you better.

      As you were too general in your post, i am not so sure how much of marketing you did. In short though you need the following:

      [ Part 1 - The Obvious Stuff ]

      1. High Quality Content.
      2. Impressive Attractive Website Design.
      3. Speed - Your whole site must load up in less than 3 seconds.
      4. Security - Make sure all your pages, dashboard and server are properly secured.
      5. On-Page Optimization: All your pages must be optimized.

      [ Part 2 - Link Building ]

      Relying on those links that comes naturally to your blog because of your quality content can be a time consuming task - and sometimes it does not work even. A better approach is for you to give a push at the start then let it go naturally on its own. Building links is a big topic but mostly every niche has its own unique ways of getting quality links. The common techniques tells you to keep everything diversified, natural and of high quality. It is always advised as well to get your links from relevant websites. In addition to that, keep in mind that it is about quality not quantity.

      It is also recommended to stay away from automated link building programs, cheap Fiverr link packages and stuff like that. Building a private blog network still works well as long as you take care of it. Hiring reputable SEO agencies also tend to help at the start of your campaign if you have the right budget for that. Check the end of this post for free tutorials if you are new to link building.

      [ Part 3 - Social Media Marketing ]

      If you are doing social media marketing properly, it works on its own without even thinking about Google. I have seen so many businesses relying solely on SMM and generating great profits every month. Among all social networks and media sites, focus on the following:

      Facebook Ads: Publish Facebook ads regularly and optimize them based on your niche.
      Google+ Marketing: Building a group, a business page and engage with your fans.
      Twitter Marketing: Tweet regularly your quality content and use proper relevant hash tags.
      Youtube Marketing: Publish videos and optimize them properly.

      [ Part 3 - Buying Ads ]

      Although this sounds like an old technique, but getting your ad published around really help in driving traffic as long as your ad is published on a reputable authority and popular website. Google ads, Bing ads, ads on popular websites all help in driving traffic. Just keep in mind that the more the relevant the site is the better. Stay away from suspicious sites and those websites of low quality including web directories.

      Those are the basics mainly. If you can share with us more details about your niche, that will help us in writing a better feedback for you.

      [ The Answers To Your Questions ]

      Q1). What is the second most important thing to do after getting quality links?
      A1). Focus on social media marketing, it is truly amazing and gets you real results.

      Q2). I heard going to articles directories is a dead end so I'm staying away from that, can anyone recommend the next step?
      A2). Article directories does not help much anymore in terms of rankings. However, they do help if the published articles get some direct traffic. Remember that marketing is not just about links and rankings. The next step, is to focus on SMM and continue what you are doing. It really takes long time to get a good level of authority. So stay patient.

      Q3). Is building multiple websites considered a helpful process?
      A3). I would not recommend you to jump and build so many websites in the same niche. Try to focus on one, building relations, increase its authority and it will work out. Building multiple sites require lots of work and a big team to work with you if you want to keep a high level of quality content around.

      [ Resources: Free Tutorials For Beginners ]

      There are lots of free articles online that teaches you all that. A quick Google search will get you many. You can also check the following articles that cover the essential stuff:

      Free On-Page SEO Guide.
      Free Link Building Guide.
      Free Social Media Marketing Guide.

      Hope that helps!
      nice share,thanks..
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    • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
      Originally Posted by Stop Byte View Post

      What is your blog about then buddy?
      Lets just say its in the gaming field. Are these posts above commercials or actually good advice? I'm confused.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

        Are these posts above commercials or actually good advice? I'm confused.
        It's the usual India spammers, ignore them.

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        Since you say the niche won't generate organic links my advise for the OP is to build buffer sites that are niche related & use those to help generate links.

        Example link flow:
        • Backlink page > Related buffer site/page > Money site/page

        Example, If your in the gaming niche build small buffer sites related to the financial niche which opens the doors to tons of relevant niche domains. Gaming is related to money, money is related to financial, there's your connection between all the backlink domains & money pages.
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        • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          It's the usual India spammers, ignore them.

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          Since you say the niche won't generate organic links my advise for the OP is to build buffer sites that are niche related & use those to help generate links.

          Example link flow:
          • Backlink page > Related buffer site/page > Money site/page

          Example, If your in the gaming niche build small buffer sites related to the financial niche which opens the doors to tons of relevant niche domains. Gaming is related to money, money is related to financial, there's your connection between all the backlink domains & money pages.
          This is an interesting idea. However, would it be ok if the backlink page was tightly gamer related as well? Even the same niche maybe? Maybe a "gaming news" blog and the link to my specific-game content.

          Is there any way linking from self-created, NEW blogs can hurt my rank of the original blog?

          Thanks!
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          • Profile picture of the author yukon
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            Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

            This is an interesting idea. However, would it be ok if the backlink page was tightly gamer related as well? Even the same niche maybe? Maybe a "gaming news" blog and the link to my specific-game content.

            Is there any way linking from self-created, NEW blogs can hurt my rank of the original blog?

            Thanks!
            Sure it helps to keep linked pages themed.

            Are you talking about gaming (casino) or gaming (video games)? The reason I ask is video games would probably be easier to get organic links.
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            • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
              Originally Posted by yukon View Post

              Wrong for SEO...

              ...and those keyword stuffed noffolow forum sig links aren't doing anything to rank a page.
              Thanks for correcting him, even tho I never planned on spamming forums with links. I never did or will do anything of that sort.

              Originally Posted by yukon View Post

              Sure it helps to keep linked pages themed.

              Are you talking about gaming (casino) or gaming (video games)? The reason I ask is video games would probably be easier to get organic links.
              I'm talking about video games. Please answer the bolded question in my previous post and if you could further elaborate on the "helps to keep linked pages themed" sentence that'd be great!
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              • Profile picture of the author yukon
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                Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

                Is there any way linking from self-created, NEW blogs can hurt my rank of the original blog?!
                Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

                I'm talking about video games. Please answer the bolded question in my previous post
                My advise is build all of your sites out with real content for traffic then use those pages to help rank your money pages.

                Since your talking about video games you shouldn't have any problems generating organic links directly to the money page/domain, plenty of gamers out there to work with, the video game niche is huge.




                Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

                ...if you could further elaborate on the "helps to keep linked pages themed" sentence that'd be great!
                Look into SEO silo site structure for theming groups of relevant internal pages. I've covered this on a lot of older forum threads here on the Warrior Forum SEO sub-forum.
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      • Profile picture of the author altesino
        Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

        Lets just say its in the gaming field. Are these posts above commercials or actually good advice? I'm confused.
        Assuming it's just the gaming field, there is really limited risk of hurting yourself in building a second site on an expired domain (with backlinks already existing).

        If there's something a little sketchy about topic then build a buffer page per Yukon) although that's more work.

        There's plenty of reading about finding expired domains on WF and even more people looking to sell you them either as empty domains or as a PBN.
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        • Profile picture of the author yukon
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          Originally Posted by altesino View Post

          If there's something a little sketchy about topic then build a buffer page per Yukon) although that's more work.
          When I mentioned buffer sites I thought OP was talking about gaming as in casinos.

          The video game niche should be easy to build decent links that will last for years, even organic links If the money site/page isn't spammy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert Brown1
    Social bookmarking is good way to get quality backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by Robert Brown1 View Post

      Social bookmarking is good way to get quality backlinks.
      Wrong for SEO...

      ...and those keyword stuffed nofollow forum sig links aren't doing anything to rank a page.
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  • Profile picture of the author Voxleaf
    Yes may be I will reliable but I don't think that anyone can appear on Google's first page with high competition keywords......
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  • Profile picture of the author Pdomain
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    For ranking one site, you are using just one site.... it doesn't look natural..... Google will easily see that your all pages are linking to just one site, and it will take action further.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Power
    Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

    Hi there, I run a couple of websites in new niches and with one of them, I have a pretty good rank on Google which I'd like to improve or at least have it stay where it is now. The thing is, there is no way any blogger will want to link to my website, there is no way people would want to let me guest post with my content.

    It's the nature of the niche, I don't want to get into details but there is no logical reason why anyone would blog about this.

    So, what is there to do? I'm sure 99% of my competitors will not have HQ links either, what is the second most important thing I can do to SEO my websites?

    What I did so far was to write extensive, high-quality related content and I publish new posts 2-3 times a week. I connected my site, my videos with social networks including Facebook and Google+. I have shared my YouTube videos with each and promoted it where it was natural.

    I heard going to articles directories is a dead end so I'm staying away from that, can anyone recommend the next step?

    All I can come up with is to keep publishing new articles and try and get more popularity on social networks. The only thing I'm currently deciding whether I should do is to compete with myself; create a new website, same niche but different style, different accounts different everything just to spread my influence even more and have a second source of traffic.

    I am motivated, I am patient and I am capable, please advise me.

    Thanks!
    Reach out to blogs in niches related to yours. Tell them about your content and request for links. If there are no blogs in related niches, you may have to build the backlinks you need to rank yourself. Start with web 2.0 links and build a PBN if you can afford it.

    Unfortunately, no matter what anyone tells you, you cannot rank well without backlinks. Backlinks are still that important in the algorithm.
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    • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
      Originally Posted by SEO Power View Post

      Reach out to blogs in niches related to yours. Tell them about your content and request for links. If there are no blogs in related niches, you may have to build the backlinks you need to rank yourself. Start with web 2.0 links and build a PBN if you can afford it.

      Unfortunately, no matter what anyone tells you, you cannot rank well without backlinks. Backlinks are still that important in the algorithm.
      That's fine, but please consider the following again:

      I am currently ranked #1 on Google, competition is coming but they will also have no good backlinks and neither will I.
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      • Profile picture of the author SEO Power
        Originally Posted by creat1veone View Post

        That's fine, but please consider the following again:

        I am currently ranked #1 on Google, competition is coming but they will also have no good backlinks and neither will I.
        You didn't mention that you were ranked No. 1 in your opening post. Also, last I checked, No. 1 wasn't "pretty good".
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        • Profile picture of the author hyzhenry
          if you are into gaming and however obsure that niche is. I'm sure somewhere there is a community for it. Try some of those forums on gaming and create a backlink from there. As long as it is related, it's fine. You can also build your own following in that forum easily, since your niche is very obsure and direct traffic from the forum to your site.
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        • Profile picture of the author hyzhenry
          also, if your site is a lot more than a blog, try using press releases as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author jezter6
    There's very little on the web that you really can't find any way to generate a decent looking backlink to.

    Amazon is e-Commerce and have millions of backlinks, many from marketers like us who link to specific product pages regularly.

    Don't out your niche, this is more of a rhetorical question...but what on earth do you have, that people would search for (hence the need for SEO and ranking) that nobody would ever write about it or put a link to it?
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    • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
      Originally Posted by jezter6 View Post

      There's very little on the web that you really can't find any way to generate a decent looking backlink to.

      Amazon is e-Commerce and have millions of backlinks, many from marketers like us who link to specific product pages regularly.

      Don't out your niche, this is more of a rhetorical question...but what on earth do you have, that people would search for (hence the need for SEO and ranking) that nobody would ever write about it or put a link to it?
      Most people who write about this specifically write to profit from it like I do, so obviously those people wouldn't help me get their traffic.

      The other gaming bloggers in general do not want to have to deal with this type of content at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Volcano
    If nobody will give you backlinks you have to create them yourself. Ranking without links can work if there really is no competition. I have an Amazon site in a somewhat weird niche that has about 20 page one rankings without a single backlink. Many of them are even number #1 because nobody is targeting those terms. Works great. Downside is of course that there is not much traffic and the site hardly makes 50 bucks per month - not worth the initial effort put into it at all.

    PBNs are still the way to go if you want to build links yourself, even after Google's hit. There was most likely a lot of manual action involved, so it was not algo based. As long as it's not algo based the average Joe who only runs a small, well covered network will most likely be perfectly safe because there are much bigger fish to catch for big G.

    There are lots of courses out there on how to do that as well as tons of free info. I'd recommend to dig into that and to start a small network.
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    • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
      Originally Posted by Volcano View Post

      If nobody will give you backlinks you have to create them yourself. Ranking without links can work if there really is no competition. I have an Amazon site in a somewhat weird niche that has about 20 page one rankings without a single backlink. Many of them are even number #1 because nobody is targeting those terms. Works great. Downside is of course that there is not much traffic and the site hardly makes 50 bucks per month - not worth the initial effort put into it at all.

      PBNs are still the way to go if you want to build links yourself, even after Google's hit. There was most likely a lot of manual action involved, so it was not algo based. As long as it's not algo based the average Joe who only runs a small, well covered network will most likely be perfectly safe because there are much bigger fish to catch for big G.

      There are lots of courses out there on how to do that as well as tons of free info. I'd recommend to dig into that and to start a small network.
      Thank you for your suggestion Volcano, yeah there's little to no competition for my keywords however they'll probably show up soon.

      I have no idea whats a PBN or how would a personal network of..blogs(?) look like, but I will put some research into it and hopefully figure it out.

      Thanks for the suggestion again, much appreciated!
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    • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
      Originally Posted by wavemaster View Post

      Check out the wordpress plug-in in my signature file. Your SEO problems will be solved. Up grade your server and get ready for more traffic! You dont need any course It helps you produce good content and then tracks it for you also tells you exactly what to do to fix your website to help it rank better!
      As soon as I got the plug-in all my websites started getting more organic traffic and every time I make a post the software helps me create a fully optimized blog post for my keyword!
      I'm running a free blog so no plugins, there's no plugin info in your signature and also your post looks like another cheap ad.
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  • Profile picture of the author KhaledTop
    It's known that geting a high backlinks is hard those days, but we all know that it's necessary, so be patient with getting backlinks, and there is always the premium ways to submit you content
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  • Profile picture of the author faysal969
    I suggest you to create good quality articles and then publish them in Hubpage, Blogger, Wordpress.com, etc. sites. And link your site using your keywords with those posts.

    You should use different IP for creating different posts, it will help you achieving your target.
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    superb article, very informative! It is very time consuming to be active on all social media available, yet it is an important cornerstone for online success and marketing.Thanks for the post.
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  • Profile picture of the author samk2824
    Write More Articles And Link Them On Your Blog
    Publish Your Site On Social Media Sites

    Social Shares Will Boost Your Ranking
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  • Profile picture of the author Hemanth Malli
    Without backlinks its very possible to get ranking of your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vansskavv
    You should be make quality back link not quantity because google mostly quality back link
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    • Profile picture of the author creat1veone
      Thank you all for your input once again, this thread has really motivated me to continue working further.

      Anyways, wanted to show you guys my site stats since I started blogging, lets hope the traffic keeps increasing like this, right?



      Once again I have not made any effort into backlinking, all I've done was made a youtube video, create social network profiles (google+,facebook,stumbleupon and pinterest); and that's it.

      Here's a screenshot of traffic sources for comparison:



      As you can see most of the traffic is coming from search engines ~ 80% Google and the second best traffic source is Youtube, I haven't a clue about the other sources expect the ismysiteindexed and social networks you see listed.

      Also be aware that most of the YT traffic is thanks to the video being ranked well on Google search as well, there are hundreds of videos on youtube with the same niche I am in.

      There are about 10,500 search results on Google for my main keyword and 1-3k for 'secondary' keywords.
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