Low Level Link Building

By Adam  |  16 May 2016 12:00:00

Having as many links as possible back to your eCommerce website is a good way for you to increase traffic. The best kind of links are those which are posted in articles on other sites, because these have a lot of authority and search engines respect them. However, it can be difficult to get good, strong links back to your eCommerce website and so, if you don't think you have the capacity to get this most powerful links, here are some tips for low level link building. 


For every account you have on a social media network, for every account you have on forums and accounts you have anywhere else, always make sure that you include a link to your website in your profile description. If you are quite well known on these platforms, then people might be quite likely to click on these links. It's also worth sharing and posting links to your site on all of these different sites - if you're a known and respected person within these communities, then people may well want to see what you've created. Not only might you get a little bit of traffic through these links, but search engines also like to see that a site has been shared by a lot of people. It doesn't matter if all those people are you on different sites, because many algorithms will be unable to identify this.


Other things to consider are getting your business listed in directories and leaving (non-spammy) comments on other sites which contain a link back to your website. It's low level stuff, but it all has an impact on how search engines will view your website and so is worth doing, if you have the time. However you try to boost the rankings of your eCommerce website, I hope that it will be successful and that you will be able to attract good amounts of traffic.

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