Starting to build links for a new site is a lot like climbing a mountain.
You’re starting from ground zero with a lot of enthusiasm, but when you realize you have to climb for days to get anywhere, that enthusiasm often turns to the feeling of being overwhelmed.
But when it comes to your site, the weather conditions, metaphorically speaking, are terrible as well.
No one can see you from above, so they can’t help you out—you are on your own.
That already rules out certain link building (climbing) strategies.
This fact is nothing new.
But the advice for new site owners is outdated and just plain bad in some cases.
I recently saw multiple guides that advised building (and paying for) directory links and social media bookmarks.
That kind of stuff was useful over five years ago, but today, it is a waste of your time and money—resources that could be spent building links that will help you get immediate traffic and long-term search rankings. Read more: click image or title.
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