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The Ultimate Guide on Link Building for SEO

Building links is one of the most important step that you need to do to improve your site's overall ranking in Google searches.

In fact, Google has come out and said that links to a site is one of its two most important criteria for ranking websites, the other being content.

While Google has not specifically mentioned, which one of the two- content and links, is more important, I personally feel that links outweigh the importance of content.

The reason behind this is that I never found a site with about 18000 words of comprehensive content but minimal to no links outrank a site having several links but minimal content.

There is also the fact that links from authority sites bring a huge number of visitors. That's not all. If done correctly, links can lead to a whopping increase in conversion rates too.

In fact link has undisputed and supreme importance if you want to bring your site to prominence.

Without further ado let's move on and bring to the table some immensely actionable …

Build Links and Get Exposure Using HARO (Case Studies and Cheat Trick)

Ever heard of HARO? Maybe you have; after all, it isn't a very uncommon name in the blogosphere.



But for the uninitiated, HARO is acronym for Help A Reporter Out. The name couldn't be more true to its function. Basically it is a platform where influencers and experts connect with reporters and journalists.
What is HARO?It is a platform for reporters and journalists to get quick and fast knowledge and sources and bloggers to get links and exposure. If you can use HARO correctly, you are sure to get huge PR success as evidenced by numerous experts and influencers in each and every niche.


To put it simply, HARO is an interface (a website), that connects journalists with potential sources. People can join HARO as journalists and sources and send queries and pitches respectively. The process is rather simple. Journalists don't even have to register. All they have to do, is put their websites and credentials along with their queries.

Sources, do however, have to register. Upon regis…