How Many Backlinks We need To Rank on the 1st Page of Google?

17 responses

  1. shoaib
    September 2, 2012

    you need quality links+less competition niche to rank in search

  2. Vamban
    November 30, 2010

    Quiet interesting and informative post who willing to rank their sites in Google first page. Nice points to remember.

  3. Reshab @Free Genuine Softwares
    November 30, 2010

    Link building is the most important part of SEO for me… I’m working on it.. Hope your tips will gimme more link juice…

  4. Jimmy
    November 30, 2010

    Nice read Karo :-)
    I think PPC campaigns are also a possible factor in link building

  5. Robin Shah
    November 29, 2010

    This article have made me more clear with link building. Now it’s time to work on it.

    • Karo
      December 1, 2010

      Ride on man. Now when you build links you know why you’re doing it and the benefits to you. That’s the essence of the article.

  6. Vivek Parmar
    November 29, 2010

    For me
    > Blog Commenting
    > Forum Posting
    > Directory submission
    and on page and off page optimization works.

  7. Rahul @ MazaKaro
    November 29, 2010

    Great topic and very clear ideas
    I do find evrything very helpful and useful , i do agree with the fact quality is important as well as the diversity of the links and all this makes sense i see !
    Very nice post friend !! :)

    • Karo
      December 1, 2010

      Thank you Rahul,

      I am very glad you find the article useful. It’s very important we clear some misconceptions as many people spend so much time chasing links that don’t even help their sites.

  8. Pritam
    November 29, 2010

    Hi Karo, It’s good to see that you asked to focus on readers. I think that’s the only thing a blogger should be concerned about. I make WordPress themes that I offer for free. Most of the links are from blogs that have just started. I don’t use any keyword, though. The name of the theme links to the WordPress themes page on my blog. Is that bad?

    • Karo
      December 1, 2010

      Hello Pritam, No, that’s not bad. Every blog theme has a link below it. You can only be concerned when you are doing it for the purpose of building links and using a keyword you wish to rank for in the link because that would be seen as spamming.

  9. Sharat
    November 29, 2010

    Thanks for the article :)

    Blog commenting is the easiest and best method according to me..

    I found two positive point of doing so.
    1 > Back Links
    2 > You will be able to read more and more blog post, which is very much important for each and every blogger.

    Thanks :)

    • Karo
      December 1, 2010

      You are partially right. But remember we’re discussing the best for link building. Blog commenting has many benefits including backlinks but if you’re using it for building links make sure you confirm that the blogs you comment on are do follow blogs. Not all blogs are do follow.

      If I have to vote though, I wouldn’t put blog commenting as number one. I don’t usually comment on blogs for backlinks so it might be right to say I don’t use it though I do indirectly.

      My favorites are guest posting and article submission to directories.

  10. tushar
    November 29, 2010

    great ways.your article can be served as a ready reference on link building. the ways you have told were quite new to me

    • Karo
      December 1, 2010

      Thanks tusbar. If these ways are new to you then you must review the ways you are using to build your links. You want long lasting links. Remember diversity is important

  11. Richard
    November 29, 2010

    Hi Karo,
    You make some good points in this article. I think the two best ways of link building are article submission and blog commenting. Article submission has a benefit of building really long term links, and sometimes even propagate your links if others use your article.

    • Karo
      December 1, 2010

      Thanks Richard. They are both on my best ways of building links as you’ve read in the article. Article submission is top because it could spread your content. But since we are discussing it being used as a method of building links you want to make sure you don’t submit articles to low quality directories. And don’t focus on one directory either.

      I don’t think I’ll put blog commenting before guest posting.

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