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Link Building for SEO Purposes Includes Links from Relevant Resources

Link building for seo purposesThere are different reasons for link building. There is link building for seo purposes which includes links from relevant resources and link building for traffic purposes. For this article, we are going to disucss linking building for seo purposes.

People that have built great tools and want to get the word out about them can make a deal. If you agree to offer their tool on your website, they will give you a link on their website. This is considered link building for seo purposes.

One perfect example of a company that is trying this idea is Pushup. If you agree to put their very useful tool on your website, they will include a link back to you on their website. The beauty of this is there is no reciprical links. You are offering a very useful tool for your visitors; you are driving interest for a company's new product or service; and you're helping get your website name out there.

Linking building for search engine optimization purposesThis new product works on four different browsers: IE 7, Firefox 3, Safari 3 and Opera 9.5. A subtle upgrade link is shown when people visit your website using an outdated browser. They can click this link to visit the upgrade website for that browser, or choose to be reminded after a time you specify.
SEO link building can be tricky. Remember that quality is always better than quantity. Seobook has a great article on how to do proper seo link building. Here are a few of their tips:
  1. Build a "101 list". These get Dugg all the time, and often become "authority documents". People can't resist linking to these.
  2. Have an easily accessible privacy policy and about section so your site seems more trustworthy. Including a picture of yourself may also help build your authority.
  3. Depending on your category and offer, you will find Craigslist to be a cheap or free classified service.
  4. It is pretty easy to ask or answer questions on Yahoo! Answers and provide links to relevant resources.
  5. It is pretty easy to ask or answer questions on Google Groups and provide links to relevant resources.
  6. If you run a fairly reputable company, create a page about it in the Wikipedia or in topic specific wikis. If it is hard to list your site directly, try to add links to other pages that link to your site.
  7. Submit a story to Digg that links to an article on your site. You can also submit other content and have some of its link authority flow back to your profile page
  8. 30 Bad Ways to Build Links - this is worth reading!!
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