What? I’m having a hard enough time getting baclinks to my website and now you’re telling me I need to get backlinks to my backlinks?
Yep. Well you don’t HAVE to, but if you do it can be very beneficial!
Think of it from Google’s point of view. Lets take the average backlink … an article from ezinearticles let’s say. It’s on a high PR site so that’s good and when google sees the link to your website on that article, you get some brownie points.
Now, imagine if your ezine article had a few links pointing to that. That means the ezine article would get some brownie points and therefore, pass along even more brownie points to your website!
All of this adds up to better rankings and more traffic.
So, what are some ways to get backlinks?
You guess it – the same methods you use to get backlinks to your website – article distribution and social bookmarking!
Plus, you want to be sure that you have submitted your author RSS feeds for any article directories and any RSS feeds for web 2.0 properties to the RSS feed directories (more on that in step 8)
Now, you don’t have to go crazy with backlinking your backlinks but a few links to some of your top articles can be beneficial. The web2.0 properties in particular can benefit form this because they don’t have the advantage of links from the directory like articles do. In fact, you might not even get your any of your web2.0 props indexed if you don’t give them a couple of links!
Plus, if you find you have a good keyword, backlinking can get your articles to rank on page 1 of google along with your website and you could potentially own all 10 of the spots on page!