Get Outbound links to Website:
Setting third parties to link their websites to yours is a critical part of SEO. Without inbound links, there is little to no chance of ranking for competitive terms in search engines such as Google, whose algorithm relies heavily on link measuring and weighting criteria.
An early part of the SEO brainstorming process is identifying the great places to get links, as well as the types of content you might want to develop to encourage linking from other quality websites.
Note that we, the authors, advocate pursuing few, relevant, higher-quality links over hundreds of low-quality links, as 10 good links can go much further than thousands of links from random blog posts or forums. Understanding this will help you build your overall content plan. The authors also have noticed a strong increase in text link spam being utilized by SEO practitioners, in the form of the mass-produced article, forum, and blog postings with keyword text links in the name and/or signature.
At the time of this second edition’s publishing, Google specifically was still rewarding this behavior for many queries, allowing websites whose backlink profiles are overwhelmingly link-spammy to rank on the first page of results. The authors strongly believe that this dubious practice is ill-fated and will be targeted and flushed out by Google in the future. We do not recommend using this strategy.