I m looking for 1 niche site to place my contextual back links

by me4444
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I m looking for one niche websites where i can place my contextual dofollow back links
Fashion, Shopping, Dance, personal injury lawyer

One of my sites is selling ballroom dance shoes and dancewear and another site is "personal injury lawyer ".

I would truly appreciate your advice guys or direction I should look in to.
#back #contextual #dance #dofollow #links #niche #shopping #site
  • Profile picture of the author SEO Power
    Buy a few niche blog post backlinks from the WSO section.
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  • Ideally, you want contextual baclinks which you can control. For this reason, I won't recommend you to buy and link building packages.

    If you're serious, find some niche specific expired domains with good metrics and use them for your PBN.

    Alternatively, if you low on budges, create a bunch of Web 2.0's and populate them with article's. From one of those article, link back to your money sites with your chosen keyword.
    Web 2.0's are EXTREMELY HARD to get indexed quickly so you'll need a bunch of Tier 1 links to those web 2.0's. Social Bookmarks would also help.

    Thats just a small overview of how you can get some powerful contextual Do-Follow Backlinks.

    Hope it helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author me4444
      Thank you for advice. I will get on your suggested option A and B

      1)From your personal opinion, what would be the most important pointers I should look for when I buy expired domains? i found this site https://www.domcop.com/domains/great-expired-domains.

      2) When you say " niche specific expired domains" you mean domain with its keyword in it? ex:
      www.dancedazzle.com would be for dance website? Am I understanding you correctly ?
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  • Profile picture of the author RPetrus
    Hey, sorry I'm late to the party here; I've got a super high quality PBN that I've been slowly putting together over the last 5 months.

    Haven't sold any links yet because I've been hesitant to offer them to anyone.

    The sites are legit, articles are clean, and SEO optimized.
    I bought them on separate hosting platforms, and none of them interlink to each other.

    Build each site from mining through hundreds of High Moz DA (15-42) expired domains and rebuilding them from the ground up.

    Niches include:
    • Luxury
      Video Production Industry
      Corporate/ CEO Lifestyle
      American Football
      HTC Android Phones

    Let me know if anyone's interested.
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  • Profile picture of the author arshadul
    On fashion niche there are thousands of blogging sites. Contact with the webmasters...
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  • Profile picture of the author taposh123
    You can use linkassitant for buying contexual backlinks...........
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    • Originally Posted by me4444 View Post

      Thank you for advice. I will get on your suggested option A and B

      1)From your personal opinion, what would be the most important pointers I should look for when I buy expired domains? i found this site https://www.domcop.com/domains/great-expired-domains.

      2) When you say " niche specific expired domains" you mean domain with its keyword in it? ex:
      www.dancedazzle.com would be for dance website? Am I understanding you correctly ?
      1. There's ALOT that can be said here and without proper explanation, it would be hard for you to comprehend. I would recommend this article for better understanding over - It's 8000+ words long.

      2. Niche specific relates to how the domain was used before it expired.
      Suppose dance.com was an expired domain and was used a Sports site previously, them it would be a niche specific domain for sporting industry. Hope you understand.

      Again, go through that article. It teaches you how to find niche specific expired domains.
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      • Profile picture of the author me4444
        Originally Posted by Chaudhary Daniyal View Post

        1. There's ALOT that can be said here and without proper explanation, it would be hard for you to comprehend. I would recommend this article for better understanding over - It's 8000+ words long.

        2. Niche specific relates to how the domain was used before it expired.
        Suppose dance.com was an expired domain and was used a Sports site previously, them it would be a niche specific domain for sporting industry. Hope you understand.

        Again, go through that article. It teaches you how to find niche specific expired domains.
        Thank you very much for taking your time to answer my questions !!!
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