Boost Your Search Engine Ranking with Backlinks Relevant to Your Niche

When you generate backlinks to your website, they need to be relevant to your niche. This will make them more effective for boosting your search engine ranking. If you purchase our backlinking package, we will ensure this is done for you. That is what separates our backlink services from those of our competition. The only rule is that you cannot have an illegal or pornographic website.

How Do We Do It

For starters, the backlink services are all performed manually. They are placed on safe websites which currently have activity. We place the backlinks by posting generic blog comments on websites which are relevant to your niche. Every comment will be approved and will remain on the blogs for a great amount of time.

These are high-quality blogs that are always live and functional. The domains will be unique as much as they can be, depending on your website’s niche. These won’t be home page links, but rather real page links. A complete Excel report will be sent to you after the backlinks have been produced.

Search engine optimization is what we do best. Our experienced team of SEO professionals will provide your website with citation flow backlinks and high trust flow backlinks that have both domain and high page authority. This is what you need to achieve the highest Google ranking possible.

HTF Backlinks

High trust flow backlinks are all indexed by Google. This will give your website so much organic traffic from relevant audiences.

Our identification makes our backlink services quite unique in comparison to our competition. This includes a 10+ citation flow, 10+ trust flow, and 25-90 domain authority.

Here are additional features of our services:

PA, DA, CF, and TF are all high
Manually written generic comments
Comments will be on do-follow blogs only
Reduced OBL
All domains are unique
All backlinks are submitted manually
Unlimited URLs and keywords

Your business website will be submitted to 80 of the greatest local citation websites in the United Kingdom. We have over 6 years of SEO experience and within that time, we’ve assisted several local businesses in using local keywords to boost their rank in Google.

Citations will be created on your behalf in all the greatest UK local websites. We will go out of our way to ensure the accuracy of your business information in these locally created listings.

Site Relevance is Needed

You cannot have effective SEO without building backlinks. These need to be good quality backlinks which are relevant to your website’s niche or industry. If your SEO strategy fails to include backlinks, then you will never boost your website’s rank in Google. Then your domain name and all its keywords will never be an authority in Google when people go to search for relevant content.

Does this mean your backlinks should be published on websites with relevant content? Well, in the beginning, you’ll want to build a lot of authority links. You cannot do this by spamming your backlinks to a bunch of random blog websites which are poor quality or irrelevant to your niche. If you want your website to build authority, then your backlinks must be on high authority websites.

Building authority is like building a foundation for your structure. If your foundation is weak, then your structure will collapse. Just like if your authority is weak, then your ranking will fall. So, you’ll want to build authority links as early as possible. After that, tactical links need to be added next. Your website has pages which use certain keywords to rank themselves well. Tactical links are placed on these web pages to rank faster. But they don’t necessarily need to be links within your niche because it might be a vague niche. For instance. If you sell software subscription services and target people in the HR industry, this doesn’t mean you should post backlinks on HR blogs. You would want to branch out to other types of blogs relating to innovation, big data, and entrepreneurship.

In this case, it is more important to have relevant content than a relevant domain that is an exact match to your niche. You should have relevant blog posts on standby which are search engine optimized and ready to be used. This makes it easier to rank a wider range of keywords. These are keywords which you may not be aware are interesting and informative to your prospective customers and are related to the content of your website.

Guerilla keyword research is a great strategy for targeting potential websites for putting your backlinks on. In addition to determining domain relevance, you must figure out which keyword types you want to rank and the difficulty level of doing this. Remember that backlink strategies should involve ranking relevant keywords and building authority in your niche.

Of course, it is important to have a relevant domain. Going back to the example of a company that is selling software subscription services, the publications and blogs that you target need to match your niche. If you’re in the human resources niche, then you don’t target healthy lifestyle blogs because your services don’t relate to the content of those blogs. If you keep putting backlinks on websites which are not relevant to your website’s content, then Google will detect this and penalize your website’s ranking.

Backlink relevance is meant to build gossip and search engine authority for your website. If you can rank within the top three positions of Google using convertible keywords, then you will have a very profitable online business. These are keywords where searchers are turned into customers. That is how you want your SEO strategy to end.

High Authority Backlinks

When ranking a website in the Google search engine, there are four main factors that affect its rank. One of them happens to be high authority backlinks. According to search engine optimization professional Neil Patel, high authority backlinks are the most important to consider for your ranking.

Why? Google was designed to track backlinks. When Sergey Brin and Larry Page, who were Google’s founders, attended Stanford University as Ph.D. students, they needed to write a dissertation on a subject of their choosing. The topic they chose was search engine ranking. At that time, the internet’s search engines didn’t use backlinks to determine website ranking. Brin and Page came up with the idea of web pages getting ranked in search engines based on the number of backlinks they had on other web pages. This concept of theirs became known as PageRank. Technically speaking, this is a unique algorithm which ranks web pages by the number of other web pages which have published their link. The more links, the better the rank.

Brin and Page wanted searchers to find the most valuable web pages at the very top of their search results. Counting the number of backlinks was how they determine their value. However, their idea was not very popular with the main search engines of the 1990s, such as LookSmart, Alta Vista, and Excite. Brin and Page wanted to sell their algorithm to these companies, but they didn’t like it. These search engines stuck with the common algorithm of this era, which was to rank websites based on how closely the search query matches their content.

Therefore, Brin and Page went ahead and built their own search engine using the algorithm they created. Based in Menlo Park, California, the two students built the Google search engine by hand in a garage they were renting. At the end of 1998, Google was officially launched. As it turned out, Google dominated the other search engines and became the number one search engine in the world. It changed the way website owners marketing their websites forever because now they needed to have high authority backlinks to rank high.

In case you don’t know what high authority backlinks are, they are backlinks which are placed on websites that already have a high score according to certain metrics. These metrics include:

Citation flow
Trust flow
Domain authority
MOZ rank
Alexa global rank

Local Citation

When a local business has their name, phone number, and address published anywhere on the internet, this is called a local citation. You will usually find local citations on social platforms, apps, websites, and local business directories. Internet users looking for local businesses will find them easier by discovering these citations. Not only that, the search engine rank of these local businesses will increase a lot. The businesses will be able to regularly manage the accurate of their local citation’s content.

There are different kinds of local citations. They include:

Reputable Local Business Data Platforms

There are several types of reputable local business data platforms where local marketers and business owners can develop citations. Some of these platforms include Infogroup, Acxiom, Google My Business, and Localeze. You can also build local business listings on popular review websites which have social platforms, such as Yelp and Facebook.

Industry-Based Platforms

Building listings on local business data platforms are great, but they do accommodate all industries. That is why you’ll also want to build listings on platforms and websites which cater to your website’s specific geography or industry. For instance, professional guilds, associations, or chambers of commerce are platforms that are industry specific.

The Entire Internet

Create several supplementary citations for your website on all kinds of internet publications, such as maps, apps, news sites, blogs, and government databases. You can also earn these citations if you build enough public interest and show that your content has value.

Automated software can be used to develop all these citations. Check out Moz Local as one type of software that can do this. You can also go to local business platforms and manually fill out forms. Press releases and marketing are other ways to do this too.

Lastly, businesses don’t even need to do anything for their local business listings and citations to appear regularly. Local business data platforms allow data to automatically aggregate, making things easier for businesses. For instance, the information on one website can flow to another website (e.g. Infogroup data goes to Superpages). That is why it is crucial for businesses to manage their data’s accuracy. Otherwise, inaccurate data about their business will spread to multiple platforms. The result could mean lost revenue, lost customers, and possible lost search ranking locally.

Any good local citation will have a series of important components, such as the company’s name, phone number, and address. The citation could even have a link pointing to a company webpage. Other elements of a citation may include:

Reviews
Videos
Payment Forms
Images
Business Description
Operating Hours
Business Categories
Driving Directions
Taglines
Responses from Owners
Social media links
Fax numbers
Email addresses
Attributes
Alternate phone numbers