Link building is the ultimate key to helping in your organic rankings. He who has the most inbound links with the most link mojo will usually win out on Google's ranking formula. So, you may have been reading about all the strategies that include spinning, link farming and link voodoo. Ok I made up link voodoo but the point is that there are so many folks out there who are trying to make money from you that have these special link building "tricks".
Gain Inbound Links
Problem is that you may just get the quick hit and get a few extra hits to the site, but will it work for the long haul? Negative. There is only one certain way to build juicy links with good mojo and that is having quality content to link to. Writing Blogs and site content will ultimately be found by other sites and some of these sites will end up linking to yours. Some sites will be relevant to your site and some will have the mojo you are looking for. Take this Atlanta SEO firm's number one client - Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals - who used the Hubspot software to help track links, adding content, building the SEO keyword site work, build calls to actions to help the site gain leads. Due to the content, the site has grown their inbound links exponentially in only 9 months.
Win out Organically
Due to this inbound linking success, the organic rankings have improved and subsequently hits, leads and clients which makes this Helen Ga cabin rental a very happy client. Ok so you dont have time to do all that work. Hire a firm like 98 To Go that can do the work for you for about half that of a full time employee.
Do the Work for Free on Your Own
Not able to spend the money? You can do some of the work on your own. Reach out to your local business community in your area. Let them know you can help them advertise via blogging, newsletter reach outs or even a page on your site so that you can help them drive traffic to theirs. In return, you only need a link coming back. Be sure that link is a keyword rich text so that Google can find it easier and give you more relevance on your site.