How to find Backlink Sources for Infographics

by yukon Banned
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This is a copy of a comment I made on the Video forum (Another Type of Content: Infographics).



Here's a tip for how to get free backlinks (SEO/direct traffic) from sites that already promote similar niche infographics.

Do a Google search for your main keyword + the word infogaphic. I'll use the root keyword weight loss infographic. I'm searching Google Images for same niche infographics.

Open one of the infographics you found on Google Images in a new browser tab. Here's the infographic image URL for this example:
http://ww1.prweb.com/prfiles/2011/12/15/9045439/Sugar%20Addiction%20Infographic%20.jpg
Next click the More sizes link on the Google Image page (screenshot below).






Here's all the sites on the net that currently have this same infographic on their web page/s.







Now you have all the backlinks for that specific weight loss infographic.

Keep in mind, that screenshot above is a single list of backlinks for a single infographic, go back to your original Google Image search (weight loss infographic) & repeat the process harvesting same niche infographic backlink sources from additional infographics. Contact those backlink source webmasters & ask them If they want a new (similar) infographic that they can share with their own traffic, which will help get you direct same niche traffic & a free relevant backlink (SEO).

If you use Facebook, a lot of these weight loss infographics have links pointing to Facebook pages, connect/sell with those people, they're definitely interested in weight loss.

Example, this person posted this same exact weight loss infographic on their Facebook page, I have no idea If that's a legit Facebook account, you never know until you ask. That's a possible weight loss product sale all by itself.

This can work in any niche, the weight loss niche is only an example. Obviously you need a cool new infographic before other webmasters will post it on their site/s.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
    Originally Posted by yukon View Post

    This is a copy of a comment I made on the Video forum (Another Type of Content: Infographics).



    Here's a tip for how to get free backlinks (SEO/direct traffic) from sites that already promote similar niche infographics.

    Do a Google search for your main keyword + the word infogaphic. I'll use the root keyword weight loss infographic. I'm searching Google Images for same niche infographics.

    Open one of the infographics you found on Google Images in a new browser tab. Here's the infographic image URL for this example:


    Next click the More sizes link on the Google Image page (screenshot below).






    Here's all the sites on the net that currently have this same infographic on their web page/s.







    Now you have all the backlinks for that specific weight loss infographic.

    Keep in mind, that screenshot above is a single list of backlinks for a single infographic, go back to your original Google Image search (weight loss infographic) & repeat the process harvesting same niche infographic backlink sources from additional infographics. Contact those backlink source webmasters & ask them If they want a new (similar) infographic that they can share with their own traffic, which will help get you direct same niche traffic & a free relevant backlink (SEO).

    If you use Facebook, a lot of these weight loss infographics have links pointing to Facebook pages, connect/sell with those people, they're defiantly interested in weight loss.

    Example, this person posted this same exact weight loss infographic on their Facebook page, I have no idea If that's a legit Facebook account, you never know until you ask. That's a possible weight loss product sale all by itself.

    This can work in any niche, the weight loss niche is only an example. Obviously you need a cool new infographic before other webmasters will post it on their site/s.
    Can you show me this exact method for the "6 Pack Abs Niche" ?
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by Kevin Maguire View Post

      Can you show me this exact method for the "6 Pack Abs Niche" ?
      1) Keyword = 6 Pack Abs infographic

      2) One of the infographic images off the top row on Google Images search results page.
      http://www.bulletproofexec.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Butter-Infographic1.jpg





      3) The relevant backlink sources.


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  • Profile picture of the author tinknocker
    If you use Facebook, a lot of these weight loss infographics have links pointing to Facebook pages, connect/sell with those people, they're defiantly interested in weight loss.



    I like this post and the info but I'm just curious about the use of this word "defiantly" or do you mean definitely ? I noticed you been using that word in quite a few posts for a while and at first I thought it was a typo but it seems to be used on purpose. I'm not nit-picking just wondering?
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by tinknocker View Post

      If you use Facebook, a lot of these weight loss infographics have links pointing to Facebook pages, connect/sell with those people, they're defiantly interested in weight loss.



      I like this post and the info but I'm just curious about the use of this word "defiantly" or do you mean definitely ? I noticed you been using that word in quite a few posts for a while and at first I thought it was a typo but it seems to be used on purpose. I'm not nit-picking just wondering?
      I guess I don't care enough to spell check everything I post on a free forum. Thanks for proofreading.
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      • Profile picture of the author tinknocker
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        I guess I don't care enough to spell check everything I post on a free forum. Thanks for proofreading.


        LOL I wasn't being critical, I hope I didn't come across that way. I just thought maybe I was missing something new.

        Good info on the infographics anyway.
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    Thanks Yukon! I've been thinking of all week about having an infographic on my site.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    @ Kevin Maguire

    I hesitated to respond to your comment, you thanked the OP so I figured it might be a legit question. Apparently I was wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author Big Kahuna SEO
    You can't please everyone Yukon... This is good stuff and thanks for posting it. I've been pushing infographics hard lately and this is just another little trick to add to the arsenal. Thanks again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    Thanks Yukon, this is great advice.
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    Good stuff. Thanks.
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