These are the links that are good for the long term and there are many ways to make great success with them. It’s actually very simple and you’ve probably heard this a lot; good content leads to links. If you have content that is of added value to other websites (and therefore their visitors), you can offer it to the contacts of those websites, asking if they would like to link or embed it. Of course, it is best to package this nicely with a (sales) chat over the phone or with an irresistible e-mail. With the examples I mention below, you also increase the chance of getting links without asking. What kind of content do you need?
Uniquely written content that will benefit others
Put yourself in the shoes of a visitor who has a website. What will make you write about the company with a link reference? The content has to be so good/unique/relevant to your readers that you don’t want to remember it. So VP Technical Email Lists make sure that your content meets the requirements, so that the chance of a link referral is greatest.
Infographics are perfect for getting links. Try translating a common issue into an infographic and make sure it’s easy to place anywhere. It is of course important that your brand name comes out, in case people claim your infographic.
Create images that are used by others. You can also apply reversed image link building . With reversed image link building you can create an imageput yours in Google and then Google looks where else it shows up on the web. You can then see if this image links to your website. If this is not the case, you can contact them to obtain a link.