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4 Link Building Research Tips to 10x Your Links

Jun 22, 2020

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Link building isn’t as simple as publishing, waiting, and swimming in links.

Efeem - Create The Green


If it was, we’d all have DR90 sites that ranked for immensely difficult keywords.


You need to be proactive. Unless you’re Forbes, which you aren’t, links aren’t just rolling in with every new content piece.


The only problem is figuring out where to start. How to reach those normally unreachable backlinks.


The answer? Link building research.


Here are four research tips and reports you can explore right now to 10x your links.


1. Use the Link Intersect Report to Scout Prime Link Opportunities

One of the most obvious ways to find new link opportunities is to look at competitors.


But simply digging into their backlink profile isn’t always helpful.


You’ll often see a mix of random, one-off links that they got by happenstance.


Pure luck.


Their content was in the right spot at the right time for the right journalist.


The real link building wins come from seeing what websites are linking to multiple competitors or multiple sites in your niche.








These prospects are primed to link to you, too. They already link to multiple sites just like yours.


And if your content is better (which it probably is), you can quickly leverage this information to build a target list for outreach.


Firing up Ahrefs, open the Link Intersect tool: