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The “Secret” to Buying Tons of Backlinks [7.3]

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In this video, you’ll learn the little-known secret to acquiring backlinks.
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Blogging For Business Course (Complete Playlist) ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5kQXogrLN0&list=PLvJ_dXFSpd2tbI3mYhAO8oZ2NYMrJuNPq&index=1

Do You Always Need Backlinks To Rank? [7.1] ► https://youtu.be/nulRevW9Eks

How To Create Content That Attracts Backlinks [7.2] ► https://youtu.be/HsyVKjTWMe8

Content Promotion: 4 Common Beginner Mistakes [8.1] ► https://youtu.be/BLdr0CNXZxs

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We did a poll in our Facebook group and asked our customers: “what percentage of links are you building vs. acquiring naturally?”

And over ~30% of responders said that the majority of their backlinks come naturally.

But what does “natural backlinks” mean?

The definitions may vary from person to person, but in my opinion, a backlink can be called “natural” if you didn’t make any effort to connect with the linking website or any person, associated with it.

Let’s say you sent someone a personal outreach email with a heads up about your article. You didn’t ask for a link directly, but they have linked to your article anyways.

According to my definition – that’s not a natural backlink.

You made a targeted effort towards acquiring a link from that specific website so that link is considered manually built.

But let’s say you tweeted your newly published article, and one of your Twitter followers linked to it from their website.

In that case, it is a perfectly natural link.

This time you didn’t direct your efforts towards that specific person and their specific website. This was a broadcast message to your entire Twitter following.

Within this simple story lies the “secret” to link acquisition.

What’s the secret? This is what you’ll learn in the video.

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