Many businesses frame and hang up the first dollar bill they ever earned.
It’s a reminder that they were able to overcome the initial hurdles of opening a business.
For webmasters building a link strategy, their first authority backlink is the equivalent of that first dollar earned.
But anyone can get a backlink. Heck, you can even buy backlinks (although I strongly advise against buying links).
So a random backlink isn’t really anything special.
But if you get a backlink from a site with a high Domain Authority ranking, then that’s something to tell everyone about.
In most cases, though, a high-quality backlink is worth way more than a buck. Some businesses pay thousands of dollars to get a single DA 80+ backlink.
Domain Authority (DA) is one of the most important metrics when it comes to websites. Developed by Moz, the DA is a reflection of how popular and trustworthy a site is.
The higher the DA, the better the link.
While there’s no official range for “good” or “bad” DA rankings, it’s widely accepted that sites with a score of 80 or higher are in the big leagues.
We’re talking sites like the NYtimes.com, HuffingtonPost.com, and Time.com.
If you earn a backlink from one of these authority sites, you’ll get a ton of benefits.
Your own site’s DA will go up, your SEO will improve, and you’ll get more traffic.
But getting backlinks from big authority sites is much easier said than done.
I’ve seen people try their absolute hardest to get high-DA backlinks, but they ultimately fail.
If you haven’t been able to get an authority backlink, don’t worry. It’s not your fault.
Many people don’t know how to score a backlink from these sites, but once you know what to do, it becomes much easier.
I’m going to share my strategies for getting authority links. These techniques are repeatable and scalable, and you can use them no matter how little your site may be.
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