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10 Biggest No No's for Link Building

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1. When using manual directory submissions in your campaigns, never submit to many directories at once. In fact, it is not necessarily needed to submit to thousands of directories, but rather much more beneficial to choose a number of high traffic directories with search engine importance.

2. It's important to include a number of no follow back links within your back link profile, however any no follow links will not help with page rank and may not offer much benefit to your website.

3. Always rotate your titles, anchor text, and descriptions when submitting to any type of directory. If you continue to use the same information with each website, you run the risk of falling under the Google duplicate content filter. In this case, you may lose Web traffic due to your submissions appearing to be created with automatic submission software.

4. Never use the same anchor text in all of the links you create. When you begin your back links campaign, choose your keywords carefully.

5. Don't waste time submitting links to websites that do not update their content very often. The reason for this is, websites without consistent updates is not visited by the search engine crawlers very often. Therefore a search engine will not find a link that is left on that site.

6. Properly research each website that you wish to leave a link on. If by some chance the website is banned by Google, placing a link to your website will create more harm than good.

7. Never use automatic submission software. There are a number of submission tools available on the Internet today. What makes these so tempting is that they claim to offer you a large amount of back links and short amount of time. It is much more beneficial to avoid these types of software completely -- set aside a little time everyday to build back links naturally.

8. Never created a back link on a website that has too many other links. Furthermore, find out a little bit about the websites that you are being linked to.

9. Never leave a back link on a link form or website that contains a countless number of useless links. These will not offer any real value.

10. Never buy a link from a website that is a place for the sole purpose of selling links. These types of websites are selling links to a number of different people. The links may not stay visible for very long and you will ultimately lose money.

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