5 Ways to Be Unpopular in the SEO World

Being unpopular online is not cool, intentionally building a bad reputation for your business without concern is even crazier. Bad stuff happens to online companies everyday and you can fall victim to your SEO strategy, if you let things slip. 

Don't spam and don't build low quality incoming links to your website. You might be asking Why? Here's my answer - In doing so, you are committing a web linking sin and you will be punishing your efforts over time.  

Have a 60 days link building strategy that covers a particular sector of your Niche. Think smart, not hard. Less High quality links are better than a bunch of garbage with no value.

Have a 60 days link building strategy that covers a particular sector of your Niche. Think smart, not hard. Less High quality links are better than a bunch of garbage with no value.

How do you become unpopular in the SEO World?

Here are 5 ways and you should not do any of this, if you want to be successful:

1. Build low PR links with no anchor text

When link building ignore the anchor text and link to a website below 2 page rank with no domain authority. 

2. Writing comments with no relevance

Writing 2 sentences that have noting to do with the post will be considered irrelevant making it useless Aka "spamming".

3. Not wanting to share

Sharing is good but not sharing your content and knowledge with others can keep you behind the fray.

4. Bunch of purchased backlinks with no quality

Don't buy backlinks, instead build them or hire an agency to carry out the task. Focus on content that will eventually build inbound links.

5. Bad content

With no keyword rich text and link back to your content, count this a total waste of time and effort.

This is meant to help you not commit this sins. Do the opposite and you will succeed in building targeted traffic from multiple channels with links back to your website. 

Conclusion

Remember High PR links = more traffic = Better Rankings on Search. As I mentioned before, link building is key to growth!