Saba SEO Offers Free Link Building Guide

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Saba SEO, an online marketing company, is offering information, advice and guidance on how companies and organization can build their brand online through backlinks and SEO.

DIY Backlink Building

Backlinks are an integral part of an effective SEO strategy. Backlinks are also one of the key factors used by major search engines such as Google and Bing to determine how well a website should rank in organic search results. If you’re planning to dive into DIY backlink building, having a firm grasp on the basics of backlinks can not only help you acquire quality and relevant backlinks but also prevent any possible penalty from search engines.

Backlinks and SEO

Links directed towards your website, known as backlinks or inbound links, are important to SEO because they indicate the popularity or importance of a particular website. Most search engines allocate points for quality backlinks and use such links to gauge the relevance of a particular page compared with similar ones that would show up in a search query. It’s important to note that not all links are created equal. There are two types of backlinks.

Do-Follow vs. No-Follow Backlinks

A do-follow link carries the trust, authority and credibility of the link-giving website to the link receiving website. Hence, from an SEO ranking perspective, the more do-follow links one can get, the better it is.

On the other hand, a no-follow link is one that doesn’t carry the trust, authority and credibility of the link-giving domain to the link-receiving domain. Hence, they really do not count towards the receiving website’s page rank. No-follow links are typically used in comments sections of forums, blogs and social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Although no-follow links do not influence the ranking of a website, such links can still effectively build your brand and boost your online
reputation.

Low-Quality Backlinks

For SEO purposes, backlinks must be from relevant websites or blogs that have similar topics or are closely related to your industry. If you have bad, low-quality backlinks from unreliable or irrelevant sources, your website can get penalized by major search engines including Google and Bing. Now that we have the basics of backlinks out of the way, how can you build backlinks?

How to Build Effective Backlinks

Link building is a time consuming and resource intensive process. It requires a lot of patience, hard work and outreach effort. The best way to acquire links is to earn them through awesome content. If you create high quality content that is useful to others, they will link back to your content naturally. It’s important to not give up easily as it does take time to succeed at acquiring high quality backlinks. Luckily there are several effective and simple strategies you can use to acquire quality and relevant backlinks without breaking the bank. If you are ready to start this journey, then head over to our comprehensive free link-building guide that shows you exactly how you can acquire backlinks to your website.

Saba SEO is a San Diego-based Online Marketing company assisting clients with SEO, PPC, social media and web design efforts that engage the target audience and drive website traffic for profitable growth. To learn more about Saba SEO’s services, please visit www.sabaseo.com .

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SEO Strategies to Incorporate in 2016

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an ever-evolving art that can shift dramatically overnight with the release of another Google update. It pays to constantly review your strategies whether you are a seasoned SEO professional or a newbie in social marketing. To stay ahead of shifting tides, business owners need to undersand the changing landscape for 2016 and plan their strategies accordingly. Here are few things to consider when debating new online marketing plans.

Move to Mobile

In 2015, Google made it clear that they would upgrade the rankings of those sites that were already “mobile-friendly.” Responsive web design is a big part of that. However, there is much more to mobile design than just trying to fit your graphics and text into any size mobile device, it also includes new ideas in Google Material Design, local SEO, and flexible grid layouts.

Essential Keyword Planning

Local SEO means understanding the query needs of location-based customers who are searching for your products or services, often on their smartphones. Long-tail keywords still produce excellent results for online marketers. These keywords have low competition and high demand, but generally are four to five words long. Content hubs with different linked articles focusing on a theme of keywords has also been shown to be effective in raising ranks.

Backlinking Wins

Backlinks are the holy grail of SEO with high authority, non-reciprocal, links producing the most “link juice.” How do you get these backlinks? Create a strategy to target multiple channels and audiences so that you can have backlinks help your SEO ranking. For instance, backlinks from YouTube videos can help because Google owns YouTube and it seems they give more weight to some types of links over others, particularly those that help Google.

Automation Rules

How can you keep track of publishing content, keyword planning, metrics and results on so many different channels? Automate so that you don’t have to do things manually all the time. Automation also a good way to keep an eye on the competition with tools like Majestic SEO, Alexa, and Moz Domain Authority checker. In this way, you can refine what links work best for your site, new strategies your competitors are using, and what results in traffic generation and conversion are happening via your present strategy.

Plan to Succeed

Put your goals and objectives on paper with measurable metrics that can be tracked to obtain a good view of what works and what doesn’t. Then, automate as much as possible so that you don’t spend days doing things the hard way. Review your results every month. Finally, be flexible and learn to tweak what isn’t working and to exploit what is working to its maximum benefit.