একটি website এ অন্য একটি website এর Link প্রদান করাই হল Backlink, কোনো তৃতীয় পক্ষ আপনার ওয়েবসাইটে লিঙ্ক করে তখন Link টি আপনার Website এ Approve করলে, ঐ Website এর জন্য একটি Backlink তৈরি হয় । Backlinks কেবল দুটি ধরণের রয়েছে: dofollow এবং nofollow। একটি Web Page এ একটি dofollow Link এবং একটি nofollow link দেখে পার্থক্য বুঝা যায় না । পার্থক্যটি সোর্স কোড দেখে বুঝতে হয়।
Types of Backlink
50 Types of Backlink
1. .EDU Links:
While .edu Links are not inherently more powerful, .edu Sites do ten to have high domain authority, making these links valuable.
2. .GOV Links:
Much like .edu, .gov Sites tend toward high domain authority.
3. .ORG Links:
These carry the same benefits as .gov and .edu links, but are easier to get.
4. Editorially-Given Links:
Editorial links happen naturally when you publish high-quality, engaging content.
5. Links From Traditional Media or Press:
The best way to get links from the press (e.g., newspapers, magazines, radio, TV) is by creating a resource or study that journalists will cite.
6. Internal Links:
Internal links are some of the easiest to build.
7. Links From Complementary Business Within Your Niche / Industry:
Complementary businesses have a similar target audience but don’t directly compete with you.
8. Links From Competitors in Your Industry:
You can get competitors to link to you, you know you are doing something right.
9. Nice Forum Profile Links:
The value of these links lies in the audience, which are people who are highly involved in your industry.
10. Social Media Profile Links:
If you don’t already have your site added to all your social profiles, go do that now.
11. Social Media Post Links:
You want to post new content to your social channels.
12. Links from Reddit:
This is separate from other social media links because it requires a very careful approach.
13. Links from LinkedIn Company Directory:
Another simple, but overlooked link.
14. (Relevant/ Non-spammy) Industry Directories:
No, don’t out and get dozens of crappy directory links.
15. Links from Local Directories.
16. Links from Template Directories (Create a WordPress theme).
17. Links from Ebooks.
18. Links from Local News Sites.
19. Guest Blogging Links.
20. Manual Outreach Links.
21. Google My Business Link.
22. Links with Brand Name Anchor Tags.
23. Links with key Term Anchor Tags.
24. How-to Guide Links.
25. Resource Guide.
26. Infographic Links.
27. Infographic Citation Links
28. Links from Q&A Sites
29. Links From Emails
30. Graphic Links
31. Links From Videos
32. Links From SlideShare
33. Links From Reviews
34. Links From Wiki Sites
35. Dofollow Links
36. Nofollow Links
37. Ask People You Know
38. Conduct an Interview
39. Give an Interview
40. Links from Podcasts
41. Contribute to a Crowdsourced or Quote Post.
42. Write a Crowdsourced or Quote Post
43. Links to News.
44. Create a Tool.
45. Create a Template
46. Links from Webinars
47. Links to Original Research
48. Links to Glossaries
49. Links to Your Case Studies.
50. Links Your Competitors Have.
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