4 Effective Ways to Build Backlinks for a Brand New Site


Starting to build links for a new site is a lot like climbing a mountain.

You’re starting from ground zero with a lot of enthusiasm, but when you realize you have to climb for days to get anywhere, that enthusiasm often turns to the feeling of being overwhelmed.

But when it comes to your site, the weather conditions, metaphorically speaking, are terrible as well.

No one can see you from above, so they can’t help you out—you are on your own.

That already rules out certain link building (climbing) strategies.

This fact is nothing new.

But the advice for new site owners is outdated and just plain bad in some cases.

I recently saw multiple guides that advised building (and paying for) directory links and social media bookmarks.

That kind of stuff was useful over five years ago, but today, it is a waste of your time and money—resources that could be spent building links that will help you get immediate traffic and long-term search rankings.

Seeing those guides was the inspiration for this post because no one beginning a site should start off on the wrong foot.

I’m going to show you four ways to build links specifically tailored towards new sites.

These are the links that actually matter. If you get a few dozen of them, you will see an immediate impact on your traffic levels. 

1. Invest in a gift for the community

Almost every new business has the same problem: no one knows you. Even if you have a lot to offer, again, no one knows you.

One of the main objectives of the link building tactics we’ll look at in this post is to get attention.

And there are many ways to get the attention of people you don’t know.

The best way, in most cases, is to offer something of value—as big of a value as you can provide.

Here are a few options.

Option #1 – create a photo gallery: Any good blogger knows the importance of having great images in posts.

While some bloggers hire a designer for the most important pictures, it’s inconvenient and not always affordable for less important pictures.

However, most bloggers would gladly exchange a link to a site for a free picture.

That’s why I propose hiring a designer (or taking pictures yourself) and creating a free image gallery. Then, send out the link to the gallery to medium-top bloggers in your niche, explaining that they are free to use them in exchange for a link back.

For example, in the fitness niche, you could take pictures like these:


Spending a few hundred dollars upfront here will not only open doors to other bloggers but get you several dozen really good links.

A final important note is that you should create images around common points in your niche.

For example, if you were in the content marketing niche, you could create custom images for things that are often mentioned such as:

  • SEO tools
  • SEO rankings
  • Reader personas
  • Inbound marketing
  • The different marketing channels

And so on…

Option #2 – create a free tool: If you’re interested in getting a ton of traffic yourself, on top of links, you can create something for your community of users rather than just bloggers. And that something is a tool.

Tools can be a great way to grow your site and earn backlinks at the same time.

For example, the keyword research tool Keywordtool.io has been linked to by over 3,880 unique domains. Honestly, that’s a relatively simple tool to build or get built.


After a bit of time, you can get links (good ones) that work out to under $1 per link, which is amazing. Add all the traffic that you can also get on top of that, and you can see why tools can be a great thing to make.

The big drawback is that it will take some time to build the tool in the first place, especially if you can’t code it yourself.

Additionally, you’re going to have to promote the tool. Write posts about it in niche forums, subreddits, and on social media.

Option #3 – do original data analysis (or research): One option that I really love, yet almost no one does, is to do original analysis or research.

Look at any good data-driven post—for example, my post about how to win on Facebook.


What you’ll see is that most posts link to someone else’s research.

It takes a lot of time and effort to do original research, which is why it’s much easier to link to someone else’s research than to do your own.

You can take advantage of this by providing the research that bloggers in your niche link to.

In that above post, the research was done by Buzzsumo, and I simply analyzed the data that they sent me. Of course, I’m going to give them a few links for that, and it also opens the door for a great relationship.

Find an interesting question always asked in your niche, dig in, and do the research. When you’re done, email the results to the top bloggers in your niche, and give them first dibs.

2. Study competitors, and learn from them

The toughest thing you can do is reinvent the wheel.

Your competitors have likely spent years building up their reputations and earning backlinks to their sites.

Many of these backlinks are from sites that you could also get a backlink from.

That’s why competitor analysis is a great place to start for any new site.

Here’s a simple 3-step process to follow.

Step #1 – Find your close competitors: The closer a competitor is to you, the more likely that their backlink sources would be appropriate for you.

If you know your niche well, you can likely do this off the top of your head. Otherwise, search for “best (specific niche) blogs.”


It’s best to make a big list somewhere for later.

Step #2 – Find their best backlinks: This is simple to do now, thanks to tools such as Ahrefs and Majestic. Simply put in your competitor’s domain into either tool, and search its database:


Next, find the “inbound links” or equivalent option to see a list of all their links:


If you want to see them all, you’ll need a premium account. Both sites offer a trial period that you can take advantage of.

The links should be sorted by default in order of strength. Obviously, you want to go only after the best links (usually the top 20-30% of links).


From there, you’ll have to visit each page and find the link:


Step #3 – Can you replicate the link? Here is where your marketing skills come into play.

Some links, like links from private blog networks, can’t be replicated.

However, links from guest posts, forums, social networks, blog comments, etc. can be replicated. You can often get very similar links to those of your competitors’.

From there, you need to go after that link.

For example, if you see that your competitor wrote a guest post on a site, I strongly suggest you read some of my posts on guest-posting effectively and then apply that information to try to secure a post of your own.

Unfortunately, I can’t walk you through this step in great detail because it differs for every type of link. However, you will get better at it as you gain experience.

As a final note, you should stay on top of your competitors. Check which links they are getting on a regular basis, say once a week or once a month. It’s usually easier to replicate links that are more recent (rather than years old).

3. Forum links can have value

Let me start off by being very clear: most forum links are garbage.

Signature links and profile links rarely have any real value.

If you have a link on a page that no one visits or links to, your link isn’t going to count for much.

But what about the most popular threads on a big forum?

These threads rank well in Google. They have a lot of high-quality, relevant content, and people even link to them on other sites.

Links, especially near the top of the page (like in the opening post), can carry a good amount of weight.

For example, Brian Dean used to post on the Warrior Forum when Backlinko was newer.

He would include a link to his content on the first line and then paste the rest of his post. Here’s an example:


That thread got over 14,000 views and almost 100 replies. A decent portion of those viewers likely visited his website.


Also, because it was so popular on the forum, it has a lot of internal links pointing to it on high authority pages on the forum.

It also has 12 external domains pointing to it to give it even more authority.

Every forum has its own rules for posting content, but as long as you’re not just dropping a link and saying “go visit my site,” you should be okay.

However, you need to genuinely put the time and effort into understanding what the users of your forum want and then give it to them. You need your thread to get popular if you want a good link.

No, these links aren’t the absolute best and most powerful (from an SEO perspective) that you can get. But for a new site, a few relatively strong links from forums can help build a strong foundation.

4. If you want to burst onto the scene, guest-posting is a must

Most link building strategies for new sites are fairly slow.

They take consistent effort and deliver consistent results.

But you rarely get thousands of readers and hundreds of links within months unless you do them exceptionally well.

I consider guest-posting an exception to the rule. Even though you have to do it really well to get results, most bloggers have the ability to succeed with it.

And guest-blogging works for you even if you’re brand new. If you have a good pitch, it doesn’t matter what your name is.

When I think of guest-blogging to build up a new site, I think of Danny Iny, who is often referred to as the “Freddy Krueger of guest-posting.”

He got this nickname because he seemed to be everywhere when Firepole Marketing (now Mirasee) first launched.

His main strategy for getting traffic and links was guest-posting. He wrote dozens of guest posts and quickly took Firepole Marketing to the top tier of marketing blogs.


I won’t go into guest-posting in detail here because I’ve done it multiple times before:

The one adaptation that you will have to make, since you’re brand new, is not to start at the top.

Don’t start by pitching to a site like Copyblogger or Forbes. Instead, find a few smaller sites that are more receptive to pitches.

Then, you need to wow them with your post and promote that post as well.

Once you can prove that your writing is great, then you can start pitching to bigger sites, citing your other successes as proof that you’re a serious blogger.


Here’s the reality: You’re in a tough spot.

Building links for a new site is not easy, but if you’re willing to put in consistent effort, it can be done.

I’ve shown you four of the most effective ways I know to build links for a new site. I encourage you to focus on just one or two of them until you’ve exhausted their potential.

If you’ve been in this situation before and have any creative link building ideas to share with others, I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.


  1. Abdul Haseeb :

    Nice post neil! I was really searching to create backlinks for my next blog. This guide helped me to get some idea. Now, I am planning strategy. Thanks for the tips 🙂

  2. Thanks nail for such a great article ! i really enjoyed it.

    ahref is best ever tool for link building.

  3. Hey Neil

    I’ve been to that situation and i implemented guest posting and within some duration of time i was able to get long term traffic to my blog.


    • Nice! Yah that strategy works really well and if you continue to scale it, you can make it work

  4. Ulyses Osuna :

    I do but this might not work for everyone…with my product it’s a lot easier to build some links because it’s a picture. So instead of a gallery like you said – I create individualized pics for bloggers and then ask them for a link back if they use it. However I’m just barely starting off… Great post!

  5. Guntaka Subba Reddy :

    These Four Steps are Awsome and I always love ahref.com for link building. Thanks for this wonderful article and eagerly waiting for new posts from you Neil.

  6. Thank you so much ! My website is brand new and this is exactly what i needed 🙂

  7. Though i am a beginner !

    Your’s 4 crucial And informative guideline rise my awareness to be up to date with link building ideas.

    heartiest facilitation for sharing .

  8. Thank you so much I also have a new website.This post is very useful for me

  9. Thank you Neil for your insights. As a local business that doesn’t have the expertise, this gives us the insights we need to get more visibility to our website.

    Thank you.

    • Glad I can help Alex, I’m really excited about helping out more local businesses like yourself

  10. Adam Clarke :

    You will get people banned teaching them this technique. You cannot copy a website’s backlinks without being a professional at it. If you copy the backlinks of websites who manage to find broken dofollow opportunities then you will get penalized otherwise you can easily rank first for even any keyword with a small team of people in less than a few months.

    I could have ranked first for “Bank Of Montreal” or even “BMO” or anything that might be so hard in less than 3 months doing that with a group of people. That’s how the internet changed Neil Patel. I seriously suggest you change this post to include a strong warning considering you are leader in this industry teaching those who know nothing only to almost surely get them banned.

    Not only that but for doing this to me and letting me see that I can beat you in your industry in less than a few years doing it the hard way I’m going to expect you to link to my same url here with a dofollow link, to my author page saying who let you know to make that change.

    Or you can just make fun of me. It’s my job in this industry to show people how easy not cheating is and it’s even more so my job to make sure people are at least educated enough to know what counts as cheating. Your advice is so close to cheating without letting them know that the backlinks they find that really draw them in will lead them ultimately to a “link building strategy” that gets them banned in 3 months time.

    Thank you.

    I do very much like your effort still. That is totally a huge scare to see especially seeing you covered in forbes. No offence but forbes would be eating my *$!)*# for days before they would look at you if they knew about this.

    • Gail Gardner :

      Hi Adam,

      While it isn’t totally clear by your comment, I believe you are warning people against focusing on dofollow comments because they can get them penalized.

      Most likely, Neil did not think about that because almost all comments are nofollowed by default. Even blogs who used to have dofollow comments are primarily all nofollow now although a few CommentLuv using blogs still have dofollow blog links.

      There are some SEOs who believe that having ANY link in too many comments is too risky. One I know will not put a link in any comment anywhere because of this.

      Comment links that are prominently placed in high traffic sites can bring you traffic. Just be sure not to have too many; go for quality, not quantity.

      And make sure you have a mix of link types, not ONLY comment links. Because they’re the easiest for new sites to get, they are at more risk than sites that are attracting editorial links from many sources.

      • Adam Joshua Clarke :

        Well said Gail I am glad we agree. I still think it makes a good point to put a warning and that it should be from Neil and not from Gail if that counted.

      • Yes with comment links I naturally assume they are nofollowed. It’s very rare that sites follow comments (some do, but rare)

    • Hey Adam,

      I am unclear on what specifically you are saying Neil is advising people on that goes against Google rules. My interpretation was that he was saying, “see what sites your competitors get backlinks from, then figure out how to get whitehat backlinks from them.” Perhaps via guest blogging, or making forum posts? Or no?

      • Adam Joshua Clarke :

        Hey Himmat C,

        Perfectly it is a fine suggestion to say to go for whitehat backlinks the fact is and I know this from experience that the types of backlink opportunities you can and are almost bound to find by using this strategy include black hat backlinks that some people just won’t know how to avoid or will become so greedy that they will “try” them. I am just afraid people won’t know the difference when this is almost a blackhat technique to begin with.

        It’s actually a greyhat technique which means that some blackhat is involved and if I were an industry influence I would take it so personally that I gave this advice to people if there was even a chance I was ruining some people’s lives when it comes to starting off let alone ruining some people’s lives who have spent a long time in the game.

        This is grey hat. Everybody knows about grey hat. Do you really want to leave it up to yourself not to copy someone who did something you don’t know if you can trust or not?

        I still respect and trust Neil but I do not like that he chose to respond to other people and not to me.

        Doesn’t that speak volumes?

        • I do respond to everyone, you just have to be patient. I usually respond to the shorter comments first and then the longer ones due to time constraints. 😉

      • That’s correct. If they are doing something shady, you should avoid it. As a seo/webmaster you have to pick and choose what to go after…

        • Adam Joshua Clarke :

          Thank you for saying that. I would hate to see people harming their own websites by choosing options that could harm them but I decided that it is a personal lesson to go through to learn about what can get you into trouble. The fact is that you should just be avoiding these things from the start and not getting yourself into trouble.

          Mostly I see the suggestion as a good idea especially when it comes to deep networks that don’t just offer you an everyday opportunity. I’d like to see myself earning some of those.

          I guess if people go getting themselves into trouble, if they could possibly go getting themselves into trouble searching for links like that, then I am left over with a better internet overall for me if that makes things easier.

          I still say you wouldn’t want someone looking back and saying that this advice got them banned even if they would have to admit that caution is necessary. You are popular enough that somebody might say something. I like you so I hope to think you at least have more than enough of an exit strategy.

          I would want it to be more than, “me saying to make sure to use your best judgement makes it not my fault”.

          I say to my audience specifically that I expect them to understand that they at least know enough about their websites to know if they should be using my strategies or not. If I suggested the same strategy though I would add an extra caution even in case they want to say it was me who lead them down a dark road.

          People should at least avoid spammy links.

          I imagine most of the best links take at least contact with another person and forming a type of relationship which can actually be very easy and very fast especially for resource pages.

          Otherwise the easier it is the more wary you should be unless you know that to be in the position of being rewarded here was well earned by you like being listed in DMoz when you see someone else’s DMoz link.

          • I’m with you, it should be much more clear. I appreciate you bringing it to my attention 🙂

            • Adam Joshua Clarke :

              I know this might not be the right place but I would like to use your services and I once found myself just staring at how you only had one spot left and thought about it for a while.

              Only thing is is that I either have no money or up to the right amount of money and as of right now I don’t know how not to be a waste of your time.

              I would like to know what our best course of action is to involve me as a future client.

              Thanks Neil,

              • Reach out here: http://neilpatel.com/consulting/

                worse case my team and I will let you know what we would do in your shoes

                • Adam Joshua Clarke :

                  Thanks Neil you are the bomb.

                  I feel you on you and your journey.

                  You offer so much when you get not enough.

                  I think it’s almost bad but I say it is all entirely good. You’ve done and you do a good job.

                  • Thanks for sharing that Adam, I’m glad to hear it 🙂

                    Let me know if you have any questions I can help you with

    • Assuming you don’t do it with bad intent you should be fine. For example if a resource page links out to your competition why can’t you hit them up and get a link from them. There is no reason why you can’t… nothing wrong with it.

      It’s up to the site if they want to link to you are not. Of course if they have spammy backlinks you should avoid those.

  11. You are right but when we start any new website SEO no one believe that it would be time consuming. Every business owner needs fast rankings and you know there is no shortcut for rankings.

    • It’s a game of patience, a lot of it is. Everyone of us (mostly millennials) want it now, so patience becomes a new skill you must work on.

  12. Adam Clarke :

    Additional: Do you disagree or do you just not know?

    “Please mention that the editorial review and approval of the webmaster you are connecting with is mandatory to be in place an understood when earning yourself a backlink.”

    Something like this is appropriate enough.

    I wonder what Brian Dean would think about this.

    • I don’t think it is always mandatory, as some links are nofollowed, but in many cases I would agree with it. You want quality links, and ideally ones that have to be approved by someone versus automatic ones that anyone can get easily.

  13. Rijina Minj :

    Thanks a lot for this valuable information. I am always exited to read new topics, tips and tricks. No mater what people say about you but I always try to follow your tips.

  14. uthman saheed :

    Thanks for this. My site is new and you just told me all I needed to build valuable links into the site. I like the aspect of my close competitor, guest posting hardly work on my niche, I started working hard on some forum in Nigeria, though yet to see the impact. I will try that of my close competitor and see how it goes.

    • This is not ALL you need to know, but a start in the right direction 🙂

      You will have momentum along the way, when you do, keep going

  15. David Throop :

    Hi Neil,
    Thanks for the insights. These are golden, especially the tip about checking out competitors sites and where they get their inbound links. For me building a tool isn’t in the cards, but using the competitors research gives me a couple ideas to pursue.
    Thanks again!

  16. mahesh attapu :

    Nice post neil Sir !
    I was really searching to create back links for my sites . and am expecting more link-building articles from your side thank you …!

  17. Yes ,you are right !you have have given the right strategy to make the back link to the new site.I think the guest posting is very important now a days in online marketing.

    thanks once again..

  18. Thanks Neil,

    Keep sending us such valuable tips for new startups

  19. Cavakia Therlonge :

    Wow, I feel like this post was written for me because the I’ve been victimized by those ineffective SEO tactics you mentioned, and as the internet matures it’s becoming more and more challenging to get decent backlinks. Thanks for the inclusion of PBNs! I now understand their strength/weakness.. their value doesn’t extend to direct traffic, only helps with external site ranking.

  20. Thank’s Neil,
    Is the Best Information for Blogger like us

  21. Thanks for the tips Neil!! Have been working feverishly on getting a new site off the ground and ranking well, this gives me a few new ideas!

  22. And btw Thanks Neil..

  23. You know, I always turn to your blog posts first because they are a true informational exception.

    So informative. So rich. You are an infopreneur’s guru.

    Too bad I can’t afford you.

    • Everything I help people with is available for you on quicksprout.com. If you have any questions, just ask 🙂

  24. Hi Neil,
    Thanks for the great post and I started working on it. To my surprise, there is a page on our site where the images on the page are linked by other sites when I checked in Majestic.
    (These are not actual backlinks)

    How do I approach these site owners to provide a backlink to our site? Is there a template?

    Appreciate all your help.

  25. Suzie@Suzie'sView :

    This is so helpful to me. So happy I opened the email to get to this and learn from you today!

  26. Achintam karmakar :

    Neil now thank will not describe ur hard work which is helping me a lot….U r just fabulous…Thanks for this wonderful post and the post is not so lengthy but everything is clear and I hope like all other this post will also help me to move one step ahead… Thanks once again neil

  27. Thanks a ton neil ,
    i have a new website & above tips really helpful for me

  28. As a developer I love the free tools idea. A day or two of work and you can have something great.

  29. Hey Neil,

    Great advice as always! For guest posting, what would you suggest the minimum length of content to be? For example, if someone is trying to write guest posts on recipe blogs, it can be quite difficult to write more than 500 words. Would this amount suffice?


    • I think you could write more if you wrote about the sensations and experience surrounding the recipe. That will give the a post a richness.

  30. Dustin @ HighestCashOffer.com :

    Some really good tips. I do agree that it can seem overwhelming at first to start a new site on the road to success. Every market is different, but almost every site can use a few of the suggestions above.


    • You’re welcome Dustin, I’m glad I could help! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask

  31. Arnold Wender :

    Great information, thanks a lot for sharing, In my opinion majestic.com index is more up to date than ahrefs.com at least for German sites, it would be great if you could compare the most popular seo tools out there, I have used some tools in the past but I would like to read your opinion on the different tools out there, Is there any all around tool that you use on a daily basis?



  32. Love your blog. I first learned the general strategy of guest blogging on iwillteachyoutoberich, and I have been learning more on your website. Great resource; everyone appreciates concrete actionable info backed by data! Your blog is one of the handful of high-volume blogs that I skim when I need to be reminded that the worry of “what if I run out of things to blog about?” isn’t … worth worrying about 🙂

  33. I personally feel the creation of a photo gallery can be a very strategic approach, and if you are a local business, you could strategize this in a way where you not only get backlinks, but backlinks from other local websites and businesses in your community, which will in turn give you some great local relevancy and authority as well.

    • There you go Rich, exactly. Lots of ways like these to be creative with your marketing, plenty of platforms are available

  34. yess i like it backlinko and quicksprout.. this my site very the best in world

  35. Hi Niel,

    Really interesting post. Could you please tell me how can we use these steps for a new tech blog specially step 1?

  36. Nice post Neil I just make new site this is definitely something I need to pay more attention to

  37. Leonardo "List Legend" LaVito :

    Great post on places to start with building backlinks for a brand new site, Neil! 🙂

    Thank you!

    Leonardo “List Legend” LaVito
    (The Last List Building Legend)

  38. The only problem i see with any of this is that you are a name and its easier for you to get those guest blogging. But for someone starting on the web it’s hard to guest post and have this awesome post when they aren’t as knowledgeable and also not able to give huge amounts of data to someone……..Especially most on the internet are talking the talk not walking the walk.

  39. Amit Ranjan :

    Hey Neil,

    Forum and Gift are best. It’s bring alot of visitors.

    And if you are using GIFT to bring visitors, then social ads are another good option for it.

  40. Great article the create a photo gallery part is brilliant. Persuading someone to give you a link unless you can give them something valuable back is always a tough challenge. This would make the approach much easier thanks!

  41. Hi Neil. Great read indeed.
    What’s your take on broken link building? Would it be wise idea to invest time in this strategy for a fresh site?
    Would love to hear your thoughts.

  42. Maanikamili :

    Hii Neil Patel

    I do agree with all the ideas you have presented in your post. They’re really convincing and will certainly work. You actually have outstanding well written articles.The overall glance of your website is magnificent. Another one very useful information for me…


    Good Post. I will surely try to implement a few of them. But once I was studying on google regarding guest posting.. It was mentioned that guest posting is a spamming technique. What is the whole scenario??/

    • When I guest post I only link when it is relevant and many sites like Inc will nofollow the links to which is fine.

  44. I think it should be great strategy for the newbies of bloggers. I just want to ask that how i can check competitor’s new backlinks? because when i started to create backlink of my website www.islamicclasses.com and i checked my competitors have 4, 5 years old backlinks. So if i create backlinks there so that should be good deal for me? and tell me free of cost backlinks checker. Mostly i use is siteexplorer.info which is the great free tools to check backlinks.

  45. Gift means, can we offer any ebooks.

    I do not have ahref, please suggest, how can i know backlinks of our competitors.

  46. Hello, I just Started my New Tech Blog ( www.techidle.com ) and going to folow this strategy fot it

    Thanks for the Article 🙂

  47. Qammar Feroz Malik :


    Another information packed post. I am a great fan of yours for last few years. Link building and SEO was not my stuff, back then but I learn a lot through your blogs.

    For keywords research, in my opinion, Google keywords tool is the best. One can develop their own by using Google API. That I am planning to provide on my website, after reading your post 🙂

  48. Neil,

    I’m happy to hear you spoke up about real, actionable techniques that can be used for new bloggers. A lot of guides out there are either outdated, or geared towards folks who already had an audience.

    One of the ways that helped me to build links is to do a round-up post. It may not sound like a link building related strategy, but I soon realize a dozen of experts interviewed would share a link on their site.

    Also by building connections with the experts, I ended being featured on their blog, even on The Huffington Post.

    Brian Dean also has a case study on this, where Richard Marriott uses email outreach to build backlinks to his (epic) round-up at http://backlinko.com/white-hat-seo.

    Thanks for sharing!


    • Things have changed dramatically Anh, and too many people are coming into this industry clueless.

      Yeah, I’ve seen that, it was a great post

  49. Kataka shivaram :

    Hi, Neil that’s a good piece of content over there and thanks for your valuable in sights.

  50. Mark "Elmo" Ellis :

    I think every thing on this post is great except one thing – posting on the Warrior Forum or any other forum for that matter. You won’t get hardly any links from there and I’m actually quite surprised that they allowed Brian Dean to post a link on there.

    If you are going to post any type of a link to your business on that forum, make darn sure that the WF doesn’t know that you own it. Also, make sure that you don’t let any of the members on a forum know it either. They’ll start reporting you to the owners fast and furious.

    Promoting your business in any way, shape or form is pretty much forbidden. (Unless you’re paying for advertising on there.)

    Anyway, great article and very beneficial Mr. Neil! Thanks so much for another outstanding blueprint for us to follow.

    God Bless,


  51. Definitely the greatest way for link buildings is the drafting techniques… Definitely drive more traffic to an online business.

  52. Hello
    Thank you for all the backlink strategies. These are really going to help a lot.

  53. Randy Downs :

    Good Advice,Neil. I like your candor “Building links for a new site is not easy…”

    No doubt acquiring links is a tough business unless you do pay for them and that’s no longer viable.

  54. cong ty tu van moi truong :

    Hi Neil Patel

    Time to start a new webiste link for how long?

  55. sonatta camara :

    Awesome and I will use these tactics for my Real estate website to get more backlinks .

  56. Hi Neil,

    How can increase organic traffic of education site and I want to less than 40% my bounce rate So what I do.

  57. The ahrefs tool is amazing

  58. Gaurav Verma :

    Great Post Neil . I just want to know it is possible to get higher ranking without guest posting.

  59. ????? ???? ???? :

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  60. Moumita Ghosh :

    Hello Neil,

    Backlink is most important for a blog/website. If helps to increase organic ranking and organic traffic as well. Thanks so much for sharing this useful guide to build backlinks.

    Thanks & regards,

    Moumita Ghosh

  61. Chichi Eruchalu :

    Nice post Neil Sir.

    I was really searching to create back links for my sites . and am expecting more link-building articles from your side thank you so much …!

  62. Deepak Niranjan :

    Totally loved the post Neil. Very helpful someone like me who has just started a new website and searching for ways to build backlinks for my blog.

    • Glad this was helpful Deepak! If you have any questions or get stuck with anything you’re doing, don’t hesitate to ask

  63. Hung Pham Viet :

    Very high quality post, mr Patel.
    I learnt many tips from your blog.

  64. Some useful techniques for backlink building are link submission in social bookmarking sites, bllog commenting, guest posting which is known by everyone. But the sites who have high pr don’t give you link easily. As they have built reputation after a long time of hard work. And they don’t want to loose it.

  65. Do leaving blog comments have any benefit for the blog owners as well?

  66. thanks for you tips brader..

  67. Todd Foster :

    Thanks for sharing this tips Neil.
    Studying competitor backlinks works perfectly for new blogs. We can always write better content and can get those links.

  68. Thanks for the beautiful suggestions.
    I once found it difficult to build backlinks and generate traffic. Once I created a free tool, the flood gate opened.
    I will try out your other suggestions. Thanks

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  73. Hi Neil, thanks for this awesome tutorial. I have actually been building links the wrong way all along. I hope to pick ideas from your back links generation guide to correct my steps. Good job.

  74. The forum tip has been REALLY effective for me already. I only posted two blog posts and put one up on a niche forum and it’s already brought me 200ish users in like 2-3 weeks and my blog is literally only a month old. It REALLY works if the audience is targeted!

    It helps to bring traffic while i wait for Google Search to get with the program 🙂

    • Exactly Ryan. The more clear you are on who you want, visiting your site, the more effective you’ll be

  75. Hi Neil,

    Good way to build back links I’ve tried with guest blogging finding awesome results in my keyword ranking. I agree that forum also works well but its should be niche based forum and keyword variations must be followed else it can hurt our website.

  76. Etalon SEO Agency :

    Seriously, didn’t expect anything new, but still added some new seo techniques to my arsenal (free tools and free photos to get links, smart). Thanks, Neil! Would love to see more posts about SEO and running a SEO agency.

    • Yah, absolutely! And if you ever have any specific questions about what you’d like to learn about, let me know

  77. Thanks for sharing effective ways to build backlinks. Guest blogging helps you for better ranking in search engine.

  78. Prashant Sharma :

    I’ve been an avid reader of your blog. Thanks for sharing the insights, I just started a new website and this input is going to be super valuable to me.

  79. Hemang Rindani :

    Thanks Neil for the insightful article. I really enjoyed it. What eats me is that are the forums still working well? Yes, you did mentioned that “these links aren’t the absolute best and most powerful” however other than that we are doing everything mentioned in the article and thus would like to tryout forums if at all that works.

    Through all the experience I have in SEO, I see that guest blogging and analyzing competitors for back-links are the best ways to build a great base for your site. This takes time but fetches great results.

    • Yes, especially because they have already done so much of the work, so it will save you a ton of time

  80. Hi Neil,

    As per “1. Invest in a gift for the community” option #2 – I have made a couple of tools on my website:

    1. http://www.improvemysearchranking.com/seo-keyword-profit-calculator/
    2. http://www.improvemysearchranking.com/on-page-seo-analyser/

    How would you recommend I promote these?


    P.S I may have got some inspiration from your other websites design…

    • Do a few blog posts that educate users on the result they get by using this. That way naturally people would want to use it because you’re demonstrating what’s possible when they use it

  81. Thanks Neil for yet another informative article. Agree with most of the effective methods for brand new site. But not sure whether Photo Gallery, Creation of Tools and Research will be useful initially as some website might not have many images while in some Tool creation and Research will be a lot of time consuming process. Please share your views on the same. Also would like to know if there are any other effective methods for building backlinks.

    • Sure, you can check this guide here https://www.quicksprout.com/the-advanced-guide-to-link-building/

  82. It is a much needed post Neil. Thanks for sharing all these ideas.

  83. Tiara Joseph :

    Hi Neil,

    Actionable tips! To quote you: “If you want to burst onto the scene, guest-posting is a must.”

    Could you please help me out in devising a pitch? I’ve had a number of failures in convincing webmasters. Thanks.

    • Check out this post Tiara: https://www.quicksprout.com/2015/06/17/guest-posting-on-steroids-how-to-get-real-results-in-2015-and-beyond/

  84. Hello Neil, I am facing a huge problem with website redesign. After redesigning, my website is not showing in SERP’s. I already submitted sitemap but still website is loosing traffic and not showing on respected keywords. Please suggest me any solution.

    • Hmmm, you should speak with your developer and website host, they should be able to help you out. Maybe even revert back your changes

      • Okay thanks Neil. I read your blog on website redesign and according to that I took actions like new sitemap, 404 etc but website is still losing its position in SERP’s.

  85. Shailesh Sharma :

    Very informative. Building backlinks for a new site is difficult for a newbie like myself. But this post has some very useful ways for backlink building. Surely gonna follow these.

    • I know what you mean, I’ve been in that situation many times before. Let me know how these tips work out for you

  86. Shabana Gandhi :

    This is going to be very beneficial for new sites, we are sure. Inbound links/ backlinks are very important for SEO purposes. Particularly like your make a tool idea, though afraid that not practical for everyone.

    • You’re right, it’s not practical for everyone, but I think it will at the least stir up your imagination

  87. Tiara Joseph :

    Thanks Neil,

    I’ll use the guide you’ve shared from now.

  88. hello Neil..
    this is awesome post. do you have any service about Backlinks..?

  89. Thank you so much I also have a new website.This post is very useful for me.

  90. Bhuboy Villanueva :

    I really like the idea about the forum , I would try that strategy in a popular forum in my country. Thanks for this. By the way would it come out as a duplicate content if I copy my blog post into the forum?

  91. I am also working on a new blog. These effective way will help me in building backlinks to my new blog.


  92. Nice post..Thanks for sharing this information!!

  93. Thank you for the strategies! I myself have found that creating infographics and videos really help to build backlinks. When you reach out to a website, especially with some sort of visual content in addition to text content, your chances of a guest post or backlink is significantly higher. Again, thanks Mr.Patel!

  94. Yvette Marshall :

    such a very good article for link building.. thanks for these guide. I’ve got an idea of what ways should I used. thanks for sharing.

  95. This post is goldmine for newbie blogger like me, Mate you mentioned images link building that techniques is just amazing i never though i could build that way also i will certainly give it try & get some valuable links for my new blog.

  96. Hi Neil, thanks for the this informative post.

  97. Shane Petty :

    Nice tips and explanation Neil. A couple of “tools” that can help in finding blogs that accept guest posting and sponsored posts are Ninja Outreach (http:/www.ninjaoutreach.com) and Blogger Dash (http://www.blogdash.com).

    I’ve spent countless hours looking manually on Google searches to come up with some possibilities. I’ve found nuggets here and there, but those 2 tools can offer some great clues to get you going in the right direction much faster.

  98. akshaykattam :

    Hi Neil,
    It was really a informative article, being a newbie, it helped me a lot, ahrefs is a superb tool, but only disadvantage is that it is a premium one, can you please suggest me the free tools similar to ahrefs, thank you for sharing the post.

    • There aren’t too many good ones. Ahrefs has a free plan and same with Open Site Explorer… it just isn’t as good as the paid one.

  99. Outreach is the only safe way to go about building backlinks. Simply ask for a link from other webmasters. If your content is good or your resource is a must have/valuable offering to your niche audience, other content marketers can use to inform their own audiences, they will link to your site/blog.

    Outreach also works even if your site is new to the web.

    You are also not going to get any Google penalties asking other site owners to link back to your site/blog. It’s 100% Google safe.

    As for using other backlinking methods.
    To keep within Google guidelines, think about the backlink you are going after. Did you really earn it? That’s what Google thinks about when they look at your sites/blogs backlink profile.

    Is the backlink a natural link someone placed because they want everyone to know how brilliant your site content/resource is?

    Or is it an unnatural link back to your site you did yourself because it was easy to get? If it was easy to get, best to have that link no-followed.

    Google knows what links are easy and what links are hard to earn. Too many easy links and you run the risk of getting unnatural links penalty.

    • Yes, it’s not the easiest in the sense of time, but easiest as far no cost and the rejection doesn’t feel bad.

      You hit the nail on the head with that Steve. At the end of the day, you need to earn your links to get the best results

  100. I see some of my competitors still investing on blog comment to gain links at this moment. And in fact, they can lead for many competitive keywords. What do you think about that? Will it be so risky in the long terms?

  101. Career.com.ng :

    Hello Neil,

    I want to commend you for the insightful and informative article and also taking your time to reply to comment… That’s really wonderful.

    I have two questions although they are not on the scope on this topic but i will appreciate if you could just throw small light on them.

    First question: recently i decided to rank one of my page for some keywords but i have been able to get quality link from high DA but the page doesn’t exist on Google for the keywords or other related keywords and i can see website with less quality link as mine ranking in the 1st 20 pages. What should i do in this case?

    Second question is regarding guest posting.. I am trying to rank my website locally for my country, is it better if i do more guest posting to blogs within my country or any quality blog around the world?

    • 1. What kind of posts are you trying to rank? How are you trying to build links to it?
      2. I would start with your country and then expand from there. In reality there are tons of sites to choose from

      • Career.com.ng :

        Thanks for your response, i really appreciate.. The page i am trying to rank is my job page and i have been using forum, blog comment and guest posting to build links. Although the keywords are very competitive but i expect at least the page should be index/rank for those keywords, even if it’s on 1000 page on google.

  102. Marfani Group :

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  103. Tauseef Alam :

    Hi Neil,

    Building a tool and make it available for free always work like a charm to gain some initial high-quality backlinks. I have seen many people are doing it and it is working like wonders.

    Thanks for the tips.

  104. Harish kumawat :

    Hello Neil sir
    I am doing a experiment towards SEO and want to know your opinion regarding my experiment as follows
    => I am using a trick where people are indirectly searching (on Google ) my targeted keyword, where i have made that keyword by joining 2 keywords, where 1 keywords is my targeted keyword and second is my domain name
    example : best indian recipe foodiedesires

    Here foodiedesires is my domain name and indian recipe is my targeted keywords.
    In a day 150-200 search are made using same keywords from different-different country.

    I want to know that will this mathod help me out anyhow in search rank??
    please give me your reply

  105. Harish kumawat :

    using social media only.

  106. Rishabh Mathur :

    Sir here i found new term while studying. I found ” Latent Semantics Informations” , sir can you explain what is this.

  107. I have been an avid reader of your blog 🙂 No doubt ahrefs is great to spy on competitor’s backlinks.

  108. Rohan Karmakar :

    Wow it’s really good article being a newbie it’s really helped me Neil. ? I think you know me ryt?

  109. As you can see I was reading your blog more than 6 hours. Your QuickSprout like a drug. Thank you for those exellent posts.

  110. Scott @ St. Charles SEO :

    Great post! I’m new to your blog and this post really hit home. I’m getting BACK into SEO and although I wouldn’t say it’s difficult, it can be tedious and de-motivating at times. I was never big on the guest posting, but now that I am more educated and have more to say that I should give it a shot (especially since every SEO pro recommends it). Thanks.

    • That’s a great example of the fact that this is a process. It may not work right away, or it may just really suck, but as you keep going, you’ll only get better and better

  111. You’re welcome!

  112. Being new in the blogosphere and to grow constantly is a tough task. The backlink concepts you listed are to the point and can be implemented if one wants to be successful online. I am gonna try them. Thanks @Neil

  113. HI Neil !
    I was trying to make your way . Despite many difficulties , but the really good too . Thanks !! Neil

  114. Jeannie Hilll :

    Excellent tips – thank you Neil.

    When it comes to hiring digital marketing services, get someone on your team who understands how technology plays a role in your on-line trust factor. For all businesses trying to build a professional business worthy of accruing new relationships and backlinks, it is an important concept to wrap your mind around. If your site’s profile is full of spammy backlinks, reflects poor SEO tactics, lacks fresh content, or builds up a cruddy link profile, Google will know it – even if you don’t.

    • At the end of the day, anything you see on the internet is transparent. So if you’re trying to bullshit by doing spammy things, you’ll probably get caught

  115. Thanks for sharing these wonderful insights, Neil. Totally agree with the impact of guest posting. It is a must for new bloggers. This is where tools such as contentmarketer.io and Ninja Outreach come in handy!

  116. Hello,

    Going to follow your tips for my new site. Do you have any promotion tips for Price comparison website?


    • Check this out https://www.quicksprout.com/the-complete-guide-to-understand-customer-psychology-chapter-6/

  117. I’ll check it out..and will post if i get any improvements in our site from your guide.

  118. Fabrizio Rocca :

    Thank you very much!

  119. How come you didn’t suggest the comment box of your own site? Just like my username which links to my site? 😉

  120. My Website is ranking on 5th page in Bing.com.But it is ranking nowhere in google.Pls help Neil.What could be the reason?

  121. hi neil .. can you help me what tools for finding blog or forum with our similiar niche ?

  122. Hi Neil! I was really looking for to create backlinks for my website. Your article helped me a lot to get some idea. Thanks for sharing these guides.

  123. Wow Neil,

    I’m super thankful for this post. I think having the kind of focus we need, long term is key here. You hit the nail on the head, “However, you need to genuinely put the time and effort into understanding what the users of your forum want and then give it to them.”

    Thank again

  124. phd guidance in chennai :

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  125. Now this is amazing post to learn how to create backlinks. I was searching for something like this. Thank you Neil sir.

  126. Very nice post I was looking for this kind of post and I like about spy on my compititore website.

  127. Thanks for this article, the way to find your competitors back links was really helpful.

    However that comment you shared from backlinko on the warrior forum was very interesting for me, any way you could provide a link to the thread?

    Also a quick question, that first point of his that you can read, he mentions you could record some audio and upload it on various sites to create links, will that really help? Or would google punish you for that?

    • I don’t have it handy Jones, but as soon as I find it I will post.

      No they wont’ penalize your packaging your content and distributing it through a different medium like audio

  128. Great backlink techniques. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    I normally focus on finding my competitor’s backlinks and from there I build my own links.

  129. Thanks for sharing the effective ways for creating backlinks, however, there are more methods which can be used to create backlinks for a brand new website

  130. is directory submission really helpful or it degrades the website valuation. in my case i have seen degradation by directory posting. my website is a month old, how much backlink should i make.

  131. Tech News Today :

    Thank you Neil but if i hire someone to do backlinking for me will it be a good idea or that company can harm the site?

  132. Vishal Sharma :

    Hey Neil,

    Undoubtedly, Guest posting is one of the best ways of building links. I’ve never tried the forums part due to less activeness. Will try it soon. thanks

  133. Thanks Neil. You can see why your career has gone through the roof. Your content is always on point, smart and useful. Your approach is one of total generosity and that, I believe, is the winning ticket for SEO’s (and possibly all small business people) in 2016.
    Give it away. Give it away. Give it away, yeah!

  134. Jobs in Malaysia :

    Thank you for the tips. need to try and do the seo for my website

  135. mike @ magsstore.com :

    I am working for a website http://magsstore.com from past 4 months and and I am also from the field of online marketing. I have done almost all on page activities on it and get over then 200+ baclinks which also have more then 100+ high pr and da pa domains. Still my website is not ranking with most of keywords even traffic is to less. Please take a overview and tell me what can we do to get organic traffic and whats the flaws we have in this website. one of our competitor have good rank from some keywords even the website have only 38 backlinks with it and those link dont have high DA PA. competitors website: subscribe-renew.com my website https://www.magsstore.com. I checked it with similerweb its showing website have 9k traffic in a month.


    • What are the keywords you are trying to rank for? Who has the best rankings at the moment?

      • Mike @ Digital Magazine Subscriptions :

        i have set of keywords for home page/categories but fist i am trying to rank with magazine titles which i have. I have more the 2000 magazine titles on website. Do you provide seo services i have 500$ budget per month. I have my own team also which helps to coordinate with you. We need some guidance of your. Please revert at magsstorellc@gmail.com.

  136. www.nairaclass.com :

    Thanks a million

  137. After all the website is nice

  138. Being good through this project with this post making us the job easier

  139. kafsabizaferani :

    It is my pleasure to be here and reading these posts

  140. drnaderheshmati :

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  141. Awesome tips to build backlinks, really helpful for the newbies. I also need this tips to build backlinks for my blog. I think these tips will help me to increase my referring domains too.

    Thanks for sharing this informative post with us!

  142. Thanks for the info

  143. Folorunsho Michael :

    Thanks for the info. Will definitely be putting it into practice.

  144. Nice presentation. SEO have a diverse branches and newcomer find difficulty in planning. I think this post could be a good guideline for them.

  145. Very nice article for beginner and experts

  146. Thank you neil sir for this tutorial,
    Can you please tell web 2.0 backlink is still work as I have heard Web 2.0 give organic backlink.

  147. His Neil

    Thank you for pointing out the link building strategy for new websites. I’ve a question and will really appreciate if you can help me out. I’ve few websites of same niches but built them all with unique content. I recently launched a new portal of the relevant theme and planning to get links from all the related websites I own. Should I link back to the home page of new website from all these other relevant sites I own by using the brand name as a keyword in the anchor text or can I use the keyword specific page targets? I read somewhere that these days building links for brand is important than building for searchable keywords.

  148. thank you sir for this nice post it help me alot.

  149. MustafJohnson :

    I m a starter about Seo and these informations are very important for me ..Thanks a lot .. 🙂

  150. Habibur Rahman :

    Branding amazing way to increase business. You backlinks strategies really amazing to build brand site. Thanks.

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  152. The comments above mentioned are so nice

  153. Nice to do it with our clients

  154. The website and the posts are amazing up to now

  155. Nice post neil,i had created a blog and searching to create backlinks . This guide helped me to get some idea. Now, I am planning strategy. Thanks for the tips

  156. Good stuff as always Neil. The strategy I always start with is to look at the backlink profile of my top 4 to 5 competitors. I am able to find tons of opportunities for high quality links. These potential backlink sources range from outreach to guest posting, business listings and much more. If a site is linking to a competitor their is an opening for me to and because I am going after the profiles of 4 to 5 mine is diverse and very powerful.

  157. Thank you so much I also have a new website.This post is very useful for me

  158. You are the consummate pro in creating data analysis posts. It takes a brain to pull it off. But then again if the right research is found and cited all we would really need to do is give our opinion on what that research means. You have given me some things to think about. Thank you Mr. Patel!

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  160. AWESOME ARTICLE. Thanks a LOT

  161. Hey Brian,
    It’s always a pleasure to read your great posts filled with tips – really! I will implement all the tricks asap to my sites, and hope for the best

  162. oh sorry Neil Patel looking like Brian ,
    so I think it’s brain

  163. Jenny Stewart :

    Thanks Neil Patel. I will choose the method of building backlink of Brian Dean. I think It’s easy to find forum relate website to post

  164. Thanks Neil you are helping me to create any ideas to increase my blog ranking ,
    Thanks too much Thanks for sharing !
    regard ,
    daniel ,

  165. shreyansh jain :

    Thank you so much for sharing this, i just bought a new domain want to build backlinks

  166. Hey Neil,

    We have built a brand new site recently and targeting 2 keywords only. After analyzing these keywords in Ahrefs keywords tool, it says we need to build 40 backlinks with one and 23 for another. What do you think that tool gives accurate data? Do we need to build these backlinks with anchor text? or just simple links? Our site name is http://www.paydaynearme.com . We are targeting 2 keywords only. Your recommendations or you can share a link of your relevant post where from I can get some insights.

    Many Thanks

    • I would aim for topical content as your see on Ahrefs, certain pages can have 100’s of keywords plus the tool is fantastic by the way 🙂

  167. furquanul haque :

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  168. Deepak Raghav :

    This post is really well. I have a sport niche based site. What is the best way to create backlinks quickly and for a long time in search engine ranking.

  169. Deepak Raghav :

    This post is really well. I have a sport niche based site. What is the best way to create backlinks quickly and for a long time in search engine ranking.
    Site name http://www.livecricketrecords.com. Please suggest me something. Some of my post get top ranking but after some time, they disappear from the result. I am totally disturbed. You are my one and last hope.

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  171. Thank you for sharing. This is a great post.

    Sometimes there are difficult topics that can not meet the above methods. Is there a way to build a backlink by buying links? Exemple I want to seo website: https://haiphat.org


  173. thank you

  174. Shakil hossin :

    Neil Patel , this post very nice .I think if the content you offered is important or interested enough .I like this article.Thanks for sharing the ideas with us .

  175. Very nice post Neil. I have got some nice link building tactics from your this post. I am always watching close to blogging experts like you what you are posting in order to get new and innovative ideas on link building.
    Thanks for this post.

  176. Very helpful and knowledgeable article. Thanks for the ideas Neil.

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  180. Hii Neil Patel

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  181. Hi, Nail Patel, Today I have created 5 Unique backlinks for my site http://webmastergang.com/ it’s really informative guide Thank you…!

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