How to create backlinks for my website

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I recently created a web sight, but it is not getting much traffic.  I was told that by creating backlinks, the search engines would be more likely to put my sight at the top of the list. 

I'm not sure how to do this.  I've been adding comments to other peoples sights with my web address, but that doesn't seem to be enough. 

Is there any other way to add backlinks or make search engines find my sight?

Best Answer by cathy emrald
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How to create backlinks for my website


backlinking means to create links on other's site to yours. you can't create backlinks on your own site. but you can create backlink on your site of these site address. the backlinks are purchased mean you will pay to some high rank or high pr website they will give you backlink for your site for some interval depending upon how much you pay and to what time you pay when high pr site give you backlink many people will click on the link of your site and the traffic of your site will increase naturally you can also increase the traffic of your site by SEO.

Search engine optimization. hope you will understood by my points thanks

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Answered By 0 points N/A #129023

How to create backlinks for my website


Backlinking is a good way to earn traffics. It lets you keep track of other pages that link to your post. But there other ways to earn traffics such as:

1. Optimize your website in order to get traffic for most search engines. You really need to give more time and effort in optimizing your website.

2. Update the contents of your website as frequent as possible.

3. Know more about Social Bookmarking sites.

4. Register and use your Social Networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to promote your site. Billions of users are using these two, so it's possible that you can earn more audiences here.

5. Get some links on other sites in your niche.

6. Make free products or services.

7. Always include your URL with your signature.


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