Instructions on how to Create Backlinks

Instructions on how to Create Backlinks
Going links is not something "scientific", anyone can easily build links.
Basically you need:
  1. Create a valuable content for users.
  2. Find a website / forum or someone may / want to link to you.
  3. Post articles or convince them to let you post on it.
The problem is, in step 1, to create a valuable content for users who spend too much time, effort and your in-depth knowledge.
But do you know:
Most businesses, products or services really are links already.
You don't have to spend a lot of time to create valuable content to get backlinks. You can build links using resources already on your website and speed up the process of linking - quickly.
Below is an example of a backlink to Ahrefs.com without creating any new content:
In this post, you will see 7 backlinks building tactics that do NOT need to create any new content.

1. Use strong links from competitors:

The image below is an example of what a source page will look like
You can see the effects of the list and the links in the "source" page.
Getting links from "source" pages is not a new tactic, it is difficult to find "links" from valuable sites.
The important point here when I talk about "source" here, is not about long post blogs or interactive articles.

Your business itself has been a "source".

To make my point clearer, take a closer look at the example page image above.
You will see a lot of useful links out of the home page of reputable businesses - printing companies, illustrator, ... v ... v. Because their products or services are useful for designers.
Here is the process most professional SEO people use to find links from the "source" page.
  1. Use Google Search Operators to find "niche" sites that are relevant to your niche. 
    (Example: intitle: fitness inurl: resources)
  2. Surf websites.
  3. Continue to see valuable pages.
This approach is almost as useful, but there are defects such as:
# 1: Surf Google to select time-consuming "source" pages and need specific expertise. You must use 10 or hundreds of searches, surf the results, then summarize the list into Excel or Google Sheets. It may take several hours for this.
# 2: You  almost always have to browse unrelated pages or junk pages, but these pages only link to the internal source as follows:
All are unusable. So what is the solution?
Use strong links from competitors' source pages. In other words, find the links source that the opponent has built, then create a copy like that.
For example, if we are building links for  discountstickerprinting.co.uk,  one of our competitors will be  vistaprint.co.uk.
Copy and paste this domain into Ahrefs' Site Explore . Then click on the  Backlinks report and add the "Decoy" to the filter.
Site Explorer  > click competing domain> Backlinks> add "dofollow" to the filter
Tips:
To search for your opponent?
Using Competing Domains in Site Explorer of Ahrefs.
Then analyze the backlinks of each one. You will see that most of the opponent's "source" page has links, so we can be sure these links are relevant to our site.
In addition, if you find the source page that your competitor links, look at the source page and find out if it's similar to your business. If so, paste it into Site Explorer on Ahrefs and repeat the analysis process again to get more source pages.
Finally, re-statistics all source pages you have and try contacting the site owners to place your link.
But don't just ask, tell them why they need to take the time to add you to their site. Think if they add your site, what benefit will they get?
Here are some reasons you can consult:
  • Better than the opponent that is putting links on their page.
  • As a local business (users often prefer local businesses)
  • Intensive about ONLY one product or service.
  • New or alternative solutions that compete with products or services.

2. Use strong links from businesses that you already have contacts with

See the picture below:
This is data from a bim brand. It has a list and links to all related providers.
These "suppliers" are quite popular. So, if your business sells products from a third party, it is the preferred source for links.
What about industries that do not store goods and sell goods from third parties?
Quite simply, look for pages similar to "suppliers", like the example below that lists their customer lists ....
... .. or as this side adds links to Testimonials

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