Where To Find Cheap & Relevant Backlinks

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Sep 21, 2021

It’s normal that most website owners look for the easiest, cheapest, most relevant ways to build links. Yes, they should appear themselves just because of how great your content is. But why doesn’t it happen so often?

You can wait for months to get the first credible inbound link. Why not boost this process? In this mini-guide, we have 4 effective ways to build references or encourage websites to mention your content because of its type and value.

Try all of these recommendations, and you’ll see improvement sooner than you think.

1: Write Appealing Types of Content 

Some of the most appealing content types are:

  • Skyscraper content.
    Write a listicle with a hundred points. Or better choose 102 to spike up curiosity. In every niche, there are ‘methods to do something’, ‘facts for 2021’, etc. Offer more and get inbound links just because of the volume. (Remember that the content should still be high-quality)

  • Statistics.
    Create a compilation of fresh stats for your niche. Others will mention a fact or two with a link to the source.

  • Research.
    Conduct a survey, analyze results, and create a piece that will be mentioned in every second news article and blog in the niche.

begindot.com clearly shows how backlinks help enhance your business. Building with the power of your content and white-hat manipulations is a great strategy.

2: Find Opportunities to Write Guest Posts and Cooperate with Other Blogs

Guest posting is a Google-approved way of boosting brand awareness and promoting content. Thousands of blogs in every niche accept such contributions, so you will definitely find at least 10 to work with closely.

We recommend hiring professional copywriters to create guest publications for you. They will understand the goal of promotion and show your business in the most suitable light.

There’s also an opportunity to pay for quality backlinks in guest posts. For that, contact a link-building service that will take up everything from negotiation with bloggers to writing and publishing the post.

Blog cooperation will benefit all participants. You can:

  • Create large guides together;

  • Build infographics;

  • Unite efforts for research in your industry, etc.

This will also add credible backlinks to your profiles. While it’s better to be more popular than competitors, sometimes you should work together with them for a common goal.

3: Look for Mentions of Your Content or Company without a Link

This may become a treasure chest for your backlink portfolio. Many bloggers forget or choose not to mention the source of a fact, piece of statistics, product, etc. You may be in TOP-X articles without a proper link to the website. Or in a list of new promising businesses or experts.

Of course, you can just search for key phrases associated with your company, but there’s an easier alternative. Set up Google Alerts to send notifications for every keyword, the name of your business, products, services, industry words, etc. to your email.

Set the frequency and receive alerts every time someone mentions your business or a phrase that would be perfect for an inbound link. Increasing automation in such a way, you’ll have additional backlink opportunities every time you need them.

Don’t expect to have 10 new links a day. The alerts won’t be suitable 100% of the time. But it’s still a recommended option for getting references easily and for free.

4: Create Infographics and Other Media Suitable for Sharing

Many bloggers are looking for media for their articles online. So do copywriters if an assignment requires it. They can use royalty-free images, but they don’t bring much usefulness. 

But infographics, graphs, video tutorials, and other media ask to be shared! If a decent professional takes your materials, they will mention the source and you will get a backlink from a relevant blog.

If not, you can see a new reference in Google Alerts and contact the blogger yourself, asking to mention the source. Usually, a new backlink appears very soon. And while it may be impossible to track every site using your media, you’ll still get a decent number of inbound links from a clear, easy-to-understand infographic.

Make a Statement to Help Others See Your Pages

Silently writing and publishing content won’t make a lot of difference for your website. You should make a statement that it's here to bring usefulness and valuable facts to readers. Do it through guest posts talking about your company and how you can be of service and backlinks.

There are cheap, even free ways to get inbound links by communicating with other blogs. You’ll need time and effort to work together, but it’s worth it. If time is your priority, consider hiring a copywriter that will create guest posts with inbound links for other services.

The opportunities are waiting for you to seize them!

Articles authored by  Frank Hamilton