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10 Low-budget Link Building Tactics For Content Marketing- Part 2

Posted May 7, 2018 by Abhishek Pandey @ 6:04 am

As in the first part of this article, you are revealed to the top low-budget link building tactics for content marketing. It’s time to proceed further by unrevealing the rest of the tactics that will help you in content marketing. Therefore, read on to explore the tactics rest link building to stay updated with the cost-effective and latest link building tactics.

Cost-effective Link Building Tactics For Content Marketing

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6. Create Detailed and Long-Form Guides

If you create a detailed, long-form guide then many writers will use this as a resource and link to it. It’s no secret that Google bots favor long-form quality content. But 1,500 words of nonsense is not going to rank. Your content should provide very useful information that addresses your audience’s search intent. A great way to earn links is to produce resources. See what unique insight you could have, or what solution you could offer.

Long-form educational guides are often referred to as “power pages”. And for good reason. People return to these resources time and time again. Additionally, you can include numerous links to other resources in the long-form guide.

7. Collaborate with Other Content Creators

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Collaborations don’t just have to be interviews or guest posts. By figuring out new and original ways to collaborate with businesses that complement yours, you can easily get backlinks.

On a side note, try to steer clear of collaborating with your competitors as it might not be as effective for sourcing backlinks.

A collaboration could be anything from a charity event, podcast, vlog, product, or even just a live stream. These days you don’t even have to meet them in person to collaborate. On Instagram, for instance, multiple accounts can go live together. When you collaborate, both parties benefit by reaching the other’s audience along with their own. You also can exchange ideas and knowledge.

If you collaborate to create a product, it will benefit from being backed up by two marketing teams. This can be an effective way to raise brand awareness and maximize the success of a campaign. All while the links come rolling in behind the scenes.

8. Get Featured on Resource Pages

Many websites provide a resource page. This is where they list websites and resources that may be relevant or useful to their audience.

You should scout the web for these sites, but make sure they are credible. When you find one that could be a good match, go ahead and contact them. If you successfully pitch your website to them, they are likely to add you to their directory. That means one more backlink and a lot more traffic.

You could also create your own resource page on your website. You can coordinate links to high-quality websites that will be useful for your audience. It’s a major bonus if they also have a resource directory. By simply notifying them of your gesture, they will be likely to return the favor.

Depending on how you categorize your links, your resource page can also contain internal links to your own website or blog.

9. Have your Products Reviewed

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Does your business provide a physical or digital product or service? Great, this low-budget link building hack is ideal for you.

Getting respected people to vouch for your products in reviews is a wonderful way to promote them. And, you guessed it, a wonderful way to build links for free.

All you have to do is find people who do reviews in your field and get in contact with them. Many bloggers and vloggers are willing to review products.

You could also reach out to influencers on social media platforms.

A powerful pitch that seldom fails is offering them freebies to be reviewed. Don’t worry, this doesn’t mean giving your product or service for free (although doing this the odd time can really pay off).

You could offer a discount, free trial of your software, or invite them for a free consultation. More often than not, they’ll agree and link to your website in their review. It means content for them, and links for you!

You could even offer an incentive for their followers like a coupon or discount code to accompany the link. This is sure to drive traffic to your site as people will want to find out more.

Important Note: Be careful in how you go about getting reviews. You shouldn’t ask for a link directly to your email as this goes against Google’s Webmaster Guidelines. Instead, offer the product or trial and let the blogger decide if it’s worth reviewing.

10. Target Link Roundups

There are loads of websites out there that publish weekly or monthly link roundups on particular topics. Figure out which ones could be relevant to you and go ahead and pitch your content to them. If they like your content, they’ll include a link to it in their roundup.

Be careful not to come across as too pushy in your email. Remember at the end of the day, it’s their website and their choice. Instead, try to explain why your page or post would be a valuable addition to a certain roundup. Being in a “best of” list is sure to get you new followers and helps to establish your expert status in the field. Another benefit of connecting with website owners that do roundups is that they are likely to keep your website in mind for future round-ups too.

Last Words

Take these 10 low-budget link building hacks and use them in your content marketing strategy. If you do it right, your website will earn loads of high-quality backlinks. When Google sees your support system of high-quality backlinks, your site’s domain authority will increase and your traffic will grow. All it will cost you is a bit of brain power and effort.

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