Do you get all your backlinks manually? Need fast backlinks!

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Or do you use software?

One thing I hate about IM are the tedious tasks. How can I simplify the process of getting backlinks for SEO purposes?

Also should I focus my efforts on getting backlinks to my homepage or to internal pages (such as posts/articles) of my site?

Right now I'm actually focussing on Scribd and Docstoc to get them ranked for low competition keywords, yet I don't know how to get backlinks to them quickly. Ok, I do know how, but it's takes a lot of time that I don't have.

My plan is to crank out lots of articles and submit them to these doc sharing websites, but it's a fulltime job to write that many articles and get backlinks to each of them manually.

How do you go about it guys?
#backlinks #fast #manually
  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Well you are either going to have to pay for software or pay for a service that will do it for you, and often they use their own software.

    However, I suspect you know this, already. So, um, yeah to get backlinks faster you got to pay for it, either way.

    You could use software like Article Marketing Robot for articles.

    And for just any type of backlinks you could use backlinks services that you see here on the forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author gvannorman
    If you want you can outsource all the backlink tasks. You can head out and find someone over at fiverr or even here. There are plenty of people who offer that service.

    Also check out http://proseowriter.com Hes a former colleague of mine and a great guy.
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  • Profile picture of the author PhoebeSmellyCat
    Originally Posted by KatyaSenina View Post

    Or do you use software?

    One thing I hate about IM are the tedious tasks. How can I simplify the process of getting backlinks for SEO purposes?

    Also should I focus my efforts on getting backlinks to my homepage or to internal pages (such as posts/articles) of my site?

    Right now I'm actually focussing on Scribd and Docstoc to get them ranked for low competition keywords, yet I don't know how to get backlinks to them quickly.

    My plan is to crank out lots of articles and submit them to these doc sharing websites, but it's a fulltime job to write that many articles and get backlinks to each of them manually.

    How do you go about it guys? I feel like everybody knows something I don't know.
    I wouldn't recommend using software or even those services that promise hundreds of backlinks. These could result in spam commenting and you would not want that.

    Blog commenting, regardless of whether they're dofollow or nofollow is another way to create backlinks. Find blogs in a niche that is relevant to yours and make an insightful comment on one of the posts.

    Backlinks can be to either your homepage or a specific page within your website. Just make sure that the page you link to is relevant.
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  • Profile picture of the author jslee
    Unfortunately SEO takes time. From beginning you need to go for solid links. The links that will be there in two years time, not the ones that will disapper tommorow. Keep that in mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author KyleLogue
    Originally Posted by KatyaSenina View Post

    One thing I hate about IM are the tedious tasks. How can I simplify the process of getting backlinks for SEO purposes?
    If it was easy, everyone would do it. It takes time to build good quality backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      Katya,

      the fastest way to get backlinks is to give out something free with your link embedded in it. That has always been my strategy. The freebie goes viral. If you have any web design skills at all - design a few nice, different templates and distribute them to all the open source template sites or free template sites.

      If you don't have web design skills, then writing guest blog posts, squidoo lens, hubpages, and articles all linking back to your web site will work wonders, giving you free backlinks.

      Spend 1-2 days writing as much as you can and submitting the free content everywhere. It will pay off big time, trust me!
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  • Profile picture of the author noble
    You can certainly do it manually. If you are thinking about software I would recommend ScrapeBox, the most versatile out there for sure.

    Outsourcing is another option, on Fiverr and DP people are willing to do this for pretty cheap but in the long run software would be cheaper.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by KatyaSenina View Post

    Right now I'm actually focussing on Scribd and Docstoc to get them ranked for low competition keywords, yet I don't know how to get backlinks to them quickly.
    Backlinks to them? :confused:

    This is the same as building backlinks to article directory copies of your articles, Katya. You should be building backlinks to your own sites, not to PDF directories which are other people's sites. Sorry.

    Originally Posted by KatyaSenina View Post

    My plan is to crank out lots of articles and submit them to these doc sharing websites
    I've done this myself, since I started. And it can certainly help your sites to rank. Those are, collectively, better backlinks than article directory backlinks (not saying a lot, I know, but still better than nothing).

    But take great care not to end up in a situation in which your own sites are outranked by directories for their own keywords. (End of "sermon").

    Unless you spend quite a lot of money, I'm afraid automated/fast backlinks are always going to be relatively poor quality backlinks, though.
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  • Profile picture of the author kposs
    I'm an efficiency nut so doing manual backlinks one by one would last about 2 seconds.

    You need to create backlinks consistently at whatever volume level you can sustain. That usually means using a service (e.g., blog networks so that you get many links for 1 article submission), using software, or outsourcing link building to an individual or company. The best solution for you depends on your goals and budget for the backlinks.
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