Be Bold: 4 Uncommon Types of Content That Attract Hundreds of Backlinks


If you want great backlinks in the modern SEO world, you need great content.

It’s as simple as that.

Those links improve your search engine rankings and send you droves of referral traffic.

Really, all the posts you read on content marketing come down to two things:

  • how to create great content
  • how to promote it

They can both get pretty complex when you dive into them.

Here, I want to focus on the first point.

Specifically, I want to talk about what types of content outperform all others.

I get hundreds of emails a day from bloggers asking for links to their latest “epic” guide.

I check out as many as I can, but most aren’t nearly as epic as the creators believe they are. In fact, they’re all almost identical.

If you want to be successful with your promotional efforts, you need to have something truly worth promoting.

That means you have something that’s unique, special, and valuable. And it needs to be something that people care about.

It’s no easy feat, but that’s your goal.

Out of those emails I get every day, 99% contain links to your standard blog post/guide type of content.

I love blogging—I really do—but if you want to stand out, you should also consider creating other forms of content.

There are four in particular that are really effective, and I’ll reveal what they are in this post.

Be warned, though: the reason why these types of content aren’t produced as much as others is because they are much more difficult to create than your standard blog posts.

They will cost much more time and money to produce, but they will also produce exponentially more links and revenue.

They’re not for the lazy, but if you’re ready to put in some work, let’s get started. 

Type #1: Tools rule in terms of value

It’s tough to define what a member of your audience would deem valuable, but it correlates with the usefulness of your offer to them.

Blog posts can be very valuable if they help a reader overcome a big problem.

This very post could be worth tens of thousands of dollars to you if you actually implement the advice. I’d say that’s valuable.

But many blog posts aren’t actionable even if they’re well written.

On the other hand, tools are almost always useful because they have a specific purpose and use.

How many bloggers or businesses do you know that have created tools for their audiences?

My guess? Not many.

Not only are such tools useful but they are also rare, which makes them even more special.

Let’s look at a few so you have a clear picture of what I’m talking about.

Take a look at the tool from


This was made back in May of 2014.

According to Ahrefs, at the time of writing, it had over 25,700 backlinks, coming from 3,860 linking root domains.

Can you imagine getting this many links from a series of blog posts, no matter how “epic”?

This keyword tool takes a simple concept, but it executes it well. You enter a keyword into the text box, and the tool will generate a list of keyword suggestions based on autocomplete suggestions.

Basically, it goes to sources such as Google, enters your keyword, and then looks at the suggestions that pop up.


If you hire a typical developer, this kind of a tool would take about 2-3 weeks to create and cost around $5,000 (my estimate).

Based on that cost, the creator has been able to get links for 19.4 cents a piece. Or, in terms of linking root domains (LRDs), it’s $1.75 per linking root domain.

And these aren’t low quality links. On top of that, I’m sure he’s been able to sell a good number of premium memberships (a few extra features), while also drumming up some advanced keyword research projects for other businesses.

One more example (a personal one…): If you go to the Quick Sprout homepage, you’ll see the Quick Sprout tool, which you may or may not know about.

It takes your domain name and generates an incredibly detailed SEO and site performance report:


It wasn’t cheap to make. In fact, it cost me over $100,000.

I include it here to illustrate that you can go as big or as small as you’d like with tools.

Small tools that cost a few hundred or thousand can still get a great amount of attention, but bigger tools usually get more.

Even though the tool is free, the leads that it has generated have already produced several times what I paid to have it created.

That’s the most important conclusion here: Tools can be used not only to get backlinks and traffic but to also produce revenue.

Blog posts convert at lower rates, and while they can produce a solid return on investment (ROI), it doesn’t compare to tools.

Are tools perfect? It’s only fair that I tell you about the potential downside of tools as well.

First is the potentially high cost. You’ll need to invest quite a bit before you ever see returns.

Secondly, results are never guaranteed. Not all tools are well received or popular, so you risk creating a tool that your audience doesn’t love.

However, if you really understand your audience and apply lean marketing principles, you can reduce the risk of this considerably.

Type #2: Viral story videos (almost commercials)

I think many people forget that videos and commercials are still a form of content.

Yes, people don’t like most commercials they see on TV, but smart marketers have figured out that there are certain types of ads that people love.

They’ll share these, link to them, and help them go viral.

My favorite example of this is Dollar Shave Club’s ad campaign.

Their first video came out of nowhere and was enough to establish the company as a household name:


This wasn’t a typical commercial about shaving blades, with all sorts of close-ups. You know the ones I’m talking about…


Instead, it’s an immensely entertaining video starring the founder.

They don’t include the standard platitudes that viewers are sick of hearing. Instead, they’re authentic.

I strongly encourage you to watch the full video now, before moving forward:

This video alone has received almost 22 million views along with 9,520 backlinks from 1,760 domains:


It’s true, creating a video like this isn’t cheap.

It will cost tens of thousands of dollars, and that’s why most businesses don’t even attempt it.

However, if you have the budget, it’s a great option. Just remember to also budget for the initial promotion (that hopefully pushes the video viral).

Type #3: High quality images are more valuable than ever before

I’m not sure why this idea did not take off in the past.

It’s not new.

The strategy is to create a whole bunch of custom images that bloggers in your niche would love to use.

Once you do, you let them know about the images and say they can use any of them free as long as they link back to your site, giving it credit.

If you’re a blogger, you know how hard it is to find great custom images, let alone free.

That’s why this is such an easy sell.

But now, I think this strategy is more effective than ever before.

There have never been more bloggers creating content on a regular basis. That’s one factor that raises the demand for images.

Additionally, most of those bloggers are realizing that quality is the most important factor in their success. That applies to both their writing and the images they use. This creates even more demand for high quality images.

If you can provide that, you will be successful.

Stock images suck, go for custom: There are tons of free stock image sites out there with the same old pictures of models dressed up, faking some pose.

There’s a reason why readers hate these: they look fake and unrelated to the content.

You could customize those stock images, but that’s more work than most bloggers are willing to put in.

Your best bet, when using this strategy, is to create a ton of custom images relevant to the topics that bloggers in your niche write about.

Here’s an example of one that I used on one of my past posts:


As you can see, it doesn’t necessarily have to be complex to look nice and enhance the content.

Take image building a step further and make images for stats: One specific approach you could take is to create images, essentially mini-infographics, that summarize important industry stats.

This approach has one huge bonus.

Think about a time when a blogger is searching for a good stat to use.

They head to Google and search for something like:

content marketing challenges stats

A good portion of the time, they will look for good images to include with the stats they find (I know I do):


If they see a good one, they’ll click on it and go through to the page that hosts it:


In this case, that page would be your gallery.

As long as you ask nicely for a link in exchange for the picture, you’ll usually get it.

The big benefit is that it’s easier to rank in image searches than regular results.

On top of the links you get from emailing specific bloggers, you’ll get links naturally from people who find your image gallery through this process.

But don’t rely on image traffic: If you want to control your ROI from this project, you need to promote your gallery to bloggers yourself.

Make as big of a list of bloggers as possible, and start emailing them with a message like this:

Subject: I made a free gallery of custom (niche) images

Hi (name),

I know that it’s tough to find or create great images to use in blog posts, so I thought I’d do something for the (niche) community.

I’ve hired a designer to create a ton of custom images, some of which will probably be perfect for future posts you write. (I can’t use them all myself!)

The only catch is that I’d appreciate a link back to the gallery when you use a picture.

I’ll also be removing each picture once it’s used a few times so that none of them become too common.

If that sounds like something you’re interested in, let me know, and I’ll send you the link.


(Your name)

Type #4: Stats will drive the future

The final type of content that isn’t created as often as it could be is a list of stats.

Good bloggers love stats and will link to a source when they use a particular statistic in their content.

If you collect a ton of stats on different topics in your niche, they will often link to your page as a reference (on top of the original research studies).

For example, in a health niche, you could create stats for things like:

  • junk food consumption in 2016
  • average amount of protein in diets of different countries
  • number of vegans in 2016 (or over the years)
  • average minutes of exercise that people get per day

Think of stats that bloggers will be looking for.

To make it even more effective, conduct original research: The real power comes when you conduct your own surveys and data analyses.

Then, when a blogger wants to cite a stat from that research, they will link back to your site every single time.

You can easily get hundreds of links (or many more) if your research provides a useful, interesting result.

One business who does this sort of thing is Buzzsumo.

You may remember them because I wrote a post that summarized their research on over 1 billion Facebook posts.

Since they emailed me their findings directly, I didn’t link back to a specific page on their site. Instead, I just linked to their homepage multiple times, which is even better for them.

While I can’t say exactly how many links that research got them, I can confidently say that it’s in the thousands by now.

That kind of research is difficult, but if you’re willing to put in the effort (and maybe hire a data scientist/programmer), it’s possible.


I warned you, none of these content types are easy to produce—that’s why they’re not common.

However, they all can produce tremendous ROIs.

When done right, each of these types of content can attract hundreds (or thousands) of links and lead to greater profits.

I realize they’re not simple to do, so if you need some guidance, let me know where you’re stuck by leaving a comment below.


  1. Rohan Singh :

    Fourth type is the one that can be done by me by giving hard work and it looks great. the data for video collected 22 million views along with 9,520 backlinks from 1,760 domains is remarkable. you previously mentioned in many Blog post how pictures have importance to get links. I will focus on 4th type to get benefits.

  2. I haven’t tried most of them but 4th one is spot on !!

    • And there a lot of infographic makers to help you put these together.

      • What are your Top 3 website suggestions for designing infographics Neil?

        • I wrote a post about this, check it out

      • Anil Agarwal :

        So true about the viral videos.

        I still remember the day the video went viral on YouTube done by Dollar Shave Club. It was so hilarious yet most informative.

        About using high quality images, where do you get them Neil?

        If a newbie doesn’t want to spend money on HQ images, how can he produce better images without spending a dime? Any ideas or tips?

        • I have a stock account with fololia

          There’s lots of royalty free sites out there.. check out some of these sites

  3. Rohit Shitole :

    Amazing article Neil. This was really informative 🙂
    Its really hard to find images, specially for educational blogs. So i had to create and design all images myself. I created lots of images, almost all images on my site are made by me.
    I can use this strategy to get backlinks 🙂
    For now, i will try image strategy.
    thanks a lot

    • If you’re having a hard time, others in your niche probably are as well. Once you begin to do this strategically, this should help you grow.

  4. Pankaj Dhawan :

    Hi Neil,

    I totally agree with you. Next form of marketing is going to be video. Also, I think one other thing is Mobile friendliness. We need to make sure that we are reaching our customers who are using mobile browser which is increasing day by day.

    I also see a little mobile sign for few search results which are very mobile friendly. If you can write an in-depth stuff on that, it would be great!

    Thanks for this valuable post though!

    • I’m happy to help pankaj! Keep noticing all the things you are as it’ll help you make more effective decisions as you go.

  5. Wow, those are #TotallyAwesome ideas Neil.

    A quick actionable takeaway for me is to build a stats page for my niche. I love it, thank you for the idea.

    Ultimately, I want to build a tool, but yes that takes time and money. Thank you for sharing because it really establishes the reality of the effectiveness that those kinds of techniques produce.

  6. Aleric Stone :

    My niche is pretty boring and often have to get creative. I decided to go with stats and people seemed to respond to it very well. We got la lot of shares on facebook. It is a lot of hard work and time consuming, but so worth it.

  7. What kind of tools can we serve for our readers ? Do you think that creating a blog title suggestion tool works?

  8. LoyAnn Sherwood :

    You are right. Your content is not that useful to me if I am not really able to put it to practical use, however, you did warn people up front that it could be very costly, and this is the reason that holds alot of people back. It does not take long at all to lose control ROI, and before you know it, you are investing more money that could take years to get back, if ever….

  9. Hi Neil this is awesome and informative but honestly I can not go for it now may be when the circumstances allow but just have a quick ? : sometimes I’m gathering info from different sources and come up with my personal articles does this make it a UNIQUE piece of info ?

  10. I especially like that of tools, and I believe it’s exceptionally a great strategy for getting quality backlinks. But, for SEO reasons, is it good to keep a tool as a subdirectory of a domain in order to transfer the pagerank to the root domain?!

  11. Adesh Saxena :

    Really Wonderful article…. Is it Important to add multiple Images in one post of 1000 words. I recently update this article, and I have used only one IMages… is it ok. Please reply … Thanks,

  12. Theodore Nwangene :

    As always Neil,
    I couldn’t have agreed more. In todays content marketing world, one must really learn how to do somethings differently in order to stand out and gain more exposure.

    I love all the tips you shared above especially the idea of creating a useful tool but then, the problem is usually the cost behind it as you also pointed out. Before one can make such an investment, he must have had a lot of cash to finance it including for the creation and promotion.

    The bottom line is that such gesture will always pay off big time if done well and among all the types of contents you mentioned, i think the one i considered the easiest is Building Custom Images. I think i will look more into that one.

    Thanks for sharing and do enjoy your week Neil.

  13. Our niche is tough and competitive (what isn’t I guess…). The stats idea really seemed like something that might work for us. My question is how best to showcase it for other sites/bloggers? Via a list, just on a post or actual inforgraphic type efforts?

    Great info, thank you!

    • I would try a variety of different things to see what gets the most actions. You can even creatively intertwine it in a story

  14. Debadeep Biswas :

    This is something new I have read to build backlinks. Thank you Neil.

  15. You’re absolutely right when you say they are much more difficult to create than your standard blog posts. On the other hand, I believe you when you say that they will also produce exponentially more links and revenue. The problem is that for those of us with limited creative ability and even less time, it’s a real challenge to follow these tips without making some changes. I think we will have to do some serious prioritizing.

  16. content rich posts are very difficult to write.even more difficult is getting them shared.

  17. Freddy Junior :

    Awesome blog post Neil!

    I learned new knowledge here, today, thanks to you man.

    These are great ideas to help you create great content for your audience. I never even thought about creating my own simple tools that other bloggers and internet marketers can use. That is genius! 😀

    I also love the idea of creating your own custom images for your content and also reach out to other bloggers who might want to use these images as well. This is a genius idea too.

    Custom images is something that I kind of have been thinking about lately – and I think I’m just gonna go for it and implement this.

    Thank you for the awesome knowledge man!

    Keep up the great work!

    Cheers! 🙂

  18. Bonnie David :

    Awesome Neil.

    Key takeaway:

    Create epic content for it to deserve a backlink.



  19. Hi Neil,

    Thanks for this article. I’ll definitely test 3 of these examples. I’m not feeling very comfortable with the viral one yet!

    By the way, I’m working on creating a new platform that allows to build and share reviews & comparison types of content.

    Basically, a table so far but, to our point of view, it has the great advantage of giving a synthetic view of a topic. We’re all running out of time and need to go straight to the point.

    Here is an example:
    Comparison table can be embeded anywhere on the web.

    What do you guys think?

    Many thanks

  20. Margaret Spencer - ContactDB :

    Indeed, they will definitely attract many many customers/visitors but yes, they are difficult to make. You gonna have to spend quite amount of bucks especially for the tools.

  21. Suresh Kumar :

    Hey, Neil! I have a little doubt here. Can We use the videos from youtube in our blog posts by embedding them without permission of owner? Or we will have to ask for the permission first to use that video in our posts?

  22. Kylie Garner :

    Thank you for the awesome ideas! I’m trying out 2 and 4 and see how it goes.

  23. John Mac Hayes :

    Ahh, I remember that Dollar Shave Club video so well. What a great idea. Who says you can’t make “boring” things fun and exciting. I love your writeups Neil; especially the depth of them. While I don’t have a ton of free time, I do try to make time to read the majority of your posts. Thanks for all your hard work.

    ~John Mac Hayes

  24. Jhasketan Garud :

    You never cease to amaze me Neil & that’s the reason , I never miss your posts. Thanks a lot.

  25. Neil,

    I always love your broad view on what content is. At first, I only though content are blog posts. I’m most interested in creating helpful tools, even if they are expensive to make. Not right now but it’s certainly on my to do list when my business becomes more sustainable.

    Thanks for sharing,

    • There’s all sorts of things you can use for content. Allow it to a fun and creative process.

      • Neil,

        Definitively, as someone who’s passionate about multimedia, your idea speaks to me a lot.

        I’ll try to develop my content one step at a time.

        Again, thank you.

  26. Bhuboy Villanueva :

    This is really not for the lazy, but I think the viral posts are much easier to make, I see some sites just copying them from other site. This is what I’m trying to do now, not to focus on just creating content, but quality content and something that helps the reader. This is what I have learn in your blog so far

    • It can be when you understand how to reverse engineer articles that go viral and can apply it to your own website

  27. Rajeev Rajadurai :

    Hi Neal, after reading your article I paid a visit to … found this under the 4x blade description

    “You will love this razor – and your lover can use it too” … had a good laugh, these guys are hilarious 🙂

    anyways great tips for link building. I totally agree, stock images do suck, its all about the custom images! Freelance photographers and graphic designers are good people to contact to get a custom images for cheap! or even for free if you feature them on your website.
    Have a good one Neil,

  28. Brilliant! Thank you Neil. Such great ideas, two of which I am going to try. Sometimes all you need is a little brainpower from someone else. In this case, you.

  29. Simon Akhrameev :

    Thanks for this useful article, Neil! I guess that the third and the fourth types of content can be created/prepared even without a large budget, however, they still require a good deal of time and efforts. I will definitely try to apply your pieces of advice to my personal website.

  30. These are really great tips. Haven’t seen these ideas anywhere else.
    The financial and time investment is worth the returns you will get. I must
    say that the only people these tips will work for are people who are
    committed to their websites and online businesses. It won’t work
    if you are just looking for some quick, cheap way to get traffic back to your site.

  31. Some great ideas for building links in the current era. Absolutely spot on with the 4th one.

  32. Great information and nice read as always Neil.

    Videos seems to be more easy to produce in comparison with other options and some times even a simple video can go viral with very small promotion.

  33. Krify Dot Co :

    Amazing blog post i found here ! Superb Story Content… Obviously Viral story’s maked up from videos around the world in media now. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  34. agence de référencement :

    Hi everyone, does this apply to all niches ? thanks

  35. Seo Tutorials :

    wow Awesome Articles i got many information for this blog thank neil sir you are awesome

  36. Hi Niel.
    How are you?
    Another great headline from you.
    We are using images…
    But they do not seem to work for us.
    Even our videos get no hits.
    Blogging is real hard.
    Thanks for the share.

  37. I especially like that of tools, and I believe it’s exceptionally a great strategy for getting quality backlinks. But, for SEO reasons, is it good to keep a tool as a subdirectory of a domain in order to transfer the pagerank to the root domain?!

  38. Its Really Awesome..! No words to explain, Dollar Shave Club Video is Awesome, From Viral Video their inventory Went out of stock. Raised Seed fund. But Making Such viral Video is much challenging What you say ? Suppose If we copy the same idea for making our product explaining video also there is no grantee to people will watch.

  39. Hi Neil,

    I think you underestimated the impact of these strategies. In my opnion, you should have replaced the “Hudereds” with “Thousands” in the post title.

    But yet, it depends on the investment you’re ready to have.

    Even the last type which is attracting many commenters here is costly, as you should spend a lot for getting higher reliability.


  40. At least it doesn’t sound as complex as I thought once

  41. Connie Ragen Green :

    Excellent post, Neil. I’ve been using stories to build my YouTube Channel with videos that show my lifestyle. I find that many people are more interested in that than simply watching videos about growing an online business. Do you recommend combining the two, or should I continue to share my stories in this way?

    Connie Ragen Green

    • Do a combination of both and make it entertaining. It’s time for everyone to spruce up on their acting skills

  42. Yeap, such tools get more backlinks, One time investment for long term backlink tactics

  43. Backinks have always been parameter to rank in Google and your guide here does a great job on how to get better links. One thing that always remains KING is content.

    • It sure is and quality s going to become even more important as more people start getting into digital marketing.

  44. Thanks for sharing valuable information it is very helpful for me thank you



  45. Neil,

    I cannot find out how to get to your seo tool. You mentioned it was on the homepage and i used to be able to access it but I cannot find it now. Can you help us out?

    Thank you

  46. Really informative post, some of them are out of my reach ill keep #4 in mind for future reference next time i’m writing a articles.

  47. Cutewriters :

    I am glad I subscribed to your emails.
    This is really overwhelming. I am now working on the previously suggested ways of increasing page ranks and boom! Here comes another great post. I shall try the video and photos for the time being. The tool making shall come at some point later.
    Thank you Neil for the informative post.

    • I’m happy I could help! There is a lot to do, but you’ll realize sooner or later this will become easier for you to handle.

  48. Superb article. If I have to choose any 1 of these, my vote goes to #4

  49. Alvin Wolff :

    Wow, this is awesome. So many great ideas that I can’t even wrap my head around them. I am going to have to save this to read in sections over the course of the next week. Thank you for providing this resource at no cost!

    -Alvin Wolff

  50. Matthew Warren :

    Thank you for emphasizing the need for great content. It can sometimes be easily forgotten or placed on the backburner in the world of SEO. These are great tips for someone with time, funds, and who perhaps is already working for a publication or agency.

    As stated, it will be difficult for the average Joe to implement just any of these. But who ever said blogging is easy?

    Also, I appreciate the specific examples that support each idea. Very helpful.

    • There’s a super low barrier to entry (anyone), but it definitely will take you true grit to get to the top.

  51. Hey Neil,

    Thanks for adding such great tools for beginner link builders will surely use them now.


    • You’re welcome Sumit. Let me know how the strategy works out for you. Link building is a time game, go at a consistent pace.

  52. Hello Neil,

    Thanks for another engaging and useful post. Particularly think it’s useful to mention “actionable” this is something I have been missing. I have been writing these types of post:

    We work in a slightly strange niche. We are selling shop fittings and display equipment. We are currently rebuilding our website.

    I wonder if you have any content suggestions? I use Piktochart for our infographics (and love their tools). But finding data to populate them is tricky; there are very few in our industry writing blog posts – the majority come from interior designers and visual merchandisers.

    Thanks again for a great post. I read daily!

    • Keep it all simple. If you can spend some money on getting a designer from elance or a freelancer designer type of site, that would probably help you create better, more engaging content.

  53. Also blog hosting website recommendations?

  54. Hi Neil
    I have just jumped into the market. As you know; we newbies do not have that much resources to put in except continuous hard work and time. Any “bold” idea for us?

    Keeping that apart; I am definitely using these techniques in future.Thanks for sharing. Already bookmarked it!

    And no.. I wont say my content is epic. But yes; its by far better than what appears on the first page of Google.

    Thanks again for sharing your thoughts with us.

    • If you’re a newbie, than you must learn to create the time and resources you need. Accepting that in itself is bold.

  55. Hi Neil,
    am regular follower of your blog. creating hd quality images with viral data is really good one..

  56. Vivek Chanda :

    I especially like that of tools, and I believe it’s exceptionally a great strategy for getting quality backlinks.

  57. stephen khandagh :

    Tool idea sounds great, allows you to offer free value with the upside of charging for an upgraded version, which the initial users can help you build with their feedback.

    I’m thinking to see what paid tools are currently getting a lot of users and bring out a free version of it, will let you everyone know how it goes.

  58. Marketing is more than advertising and selling your products. Marketing addresses all aspects of growing your customer base, and the more you know, the more successful your marketing and your business will be.

    • Very true Alex. Marketing is a lot more complicated than meets the eye. The better you understand and can identify your core audience and targeting, the more effective your efforts will be.

  59. Local RankWatch :

    Brilliant advice, Neil,

    I absolutely agree! Having this type of content strategy is incredibly important and will surely help us to gain lots of backlinks and traffic as well.

    • Now that everything has changed, things are moving fast, its important to incorporate marketing techniques that are out of the ordinary.

  60. Hey, Neil Thanks for great info about blogs but my suggestion is Image quality is not important i think so! How your saying Image Quality is Important?

    • I think it’s important in the sense that, usually the higher the quality the image, the more likely people will share.

  61. Vijay Malakar :

    Thanks for the valuable content… would love to have some more tips added to it 🙂

  62. nice post thanks for sharing

  63. migliore piastra per capelli :

    thanks neil for sharing this topic with us. im into backlinking but this time i only knew this 4 uncommon types of content.

  64. Hi Neil,

    Thanks for your post. =)

    Love the idea of creating high quality images.

    Just a technical question, do I upload all the images on my hosting? Will it affect my website speed if a lot of people are linking to the image? What is the best method of doing it assuming I’m on a budget.

    Thanks for your help!

  65. Sue J. Maselli :

    Nice Post

  66. Thanks for the information Neil. Its hard to have a large budget for content to make those extravagant viral videos and great images. However, if you are going to pay a certain amount of money to go towards your SEO campaign a month you might as well spend extra money to help it by creating good content to go with it.

    • Yes and you’ll achieve the results you’re looking for a lot faster. People just respond to visual content more effectively

  67. I especially like that of tools, and I believe it’s exceptionally a great strategy for getting quality backlinks.

  68. After reading this, I really excited to apply, thank you very much.

  69. Thanks for the information. Love the idea of creating high quality images.I think it’s important in the sense

  70. Previous iam using blogger recently iam changed to start word press my blog. So which iam do seo on the blogger its will be effected to wordpress.

  71. Great idea.. i think it will definitely work. Thank you Neil..

  72. Amazing post! Excited to use these ideas 🙂

  73. Love this post! I have recently installed Google Analytics and thought “That’s nice.” But, didn’t really see what use it was. Your guidance on setting goals and the use of Google URL Builder was really illuminating. I have bookmarked you post and will surely visit often.

  74. Had been looking for such a post since long.. Thanks a ton for sharing

  75. What if we do not achieve the results as expected? Any other guideline ?

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  78. How can i find you videos about seo tutorial.
    send me links.

    • There are videos within the university section on the site Vivek which can help.

  79. yuni andriyani :

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  84. Surya Prakash :

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