Link Building Strategy in UAE

by: Dale Roxas
| October 18, 2021
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This is a comprehensive guide to building links in 2021.

The beauty of SEO is that you can get links even if you didn’t ask for them. It’s something you should always be aiming for and working towards in the long run. This is accomplished by putting in the effort to make your website link-worthy, whether through a fantastic product or service, or by creating excellent content that is referenced by other websites.

So If you want to build high-quality backlinks to your website, you’ll appreciate the practical advice in this new guide.

Let’s get started.


What Is Link Building?

The process of obtaining links from other websites to your own is known as link building. A hyperlink (commonly referred to as a link) is a method for users to navigate between web pages. To crawl the web, search engines use links. They will crawl the links between your website’s individual pages as well as the links between entire websites.

Why is link building beneficial?

  • Increases traffic

Link building improves the visibility of your website. When used correctly, it can bring much more traffic to your page or website than any single page or website can.

  •  Improved Google Search rankings

When many pages promoting the same content, link popularity is one of the factors Google considers when determining the search engine ranking.

  • It can be used to raise awareness and trustworthiness.

Consider receiving a link to your website. Doesn’t this add to your credibility? Your credibility has increased to levels far beyond your wildest dreams. The message is that it is possible to appear credible and reliable by sending links to high-quality pages.


Is there a distinction between link building tactics and link building strategies?

There is a clear disparity between tactics and strategies.

The term “strategic” refers to the overall plan.

The actual means by which an objective is achieved is referred to as a tactic.


Let’s get to the tactics.

1. Outreach

The activity of providing content to a population that might not otherwise have access to those content is referred to as outreach.

To whom should you send a message?

    • Those who have used your target keyword as a keyword in their articles;
  • Those who have linked to related articles on the subject.

2. Unique Guest blogging

Guest blogging is one of the most well-known link-building strategies.

What is the mechanism behind it? You contribute an article to a related website. They make it public. You include a link to your website in that article. That’s all there is to it.

Guest blogging usually has three main objectives.

    • Establishing yourself as a thought leader and well-known figure in the industry.
    • Increasing the visibility (traffic) of your website.
    • Increasing the number of backlinks to your website

    3. Broken link building

    Broken link building is a link-building strategy in which you find a broken (i.e., dead) link, recreate the content, and then tell anyone linking to the dead resource to link to your recreated content instead. It works because no one wants dead links on their website, After all, they degrade the user experience. 

    There are three simple steps in broken link building:

    • Find a relevant broken link on a website; 
    • Create something similar to the broken resource; 
    • Request that anyone linking to the dead resource link to your working 

    resource instead. 

    4. Unlinked mentions 

    Textual references to your name, website, or anything directly related to your brand on a website that does not link back to your website are known as fresh mentions or just brand mentions. 

    But, first and foremost, why are links lost in the first place?

    There are two main reasons for this:

    • The link was removed from the linking page, and 
    • the page itself was decommissioned.

    5. Promotion of “linkable assets” for a fee 

    A linkable asset is a page created to gain backlinks from other relevant websites to increase your site’s authority. Pages That Deserve Links: Linkable Assets You’ve probably heard the term “link building” if you’re familiar with SEO at any level. The process of getting other websites to endorse your content by linking to it from their pages is known as link building. 

    6. Steal links from inferior websites 

    Introduce them to your content and request that they link to you. You’ll need to find one or more decreased pieces of content to steal links from.

    The simplest way to do this is to use Content Explorer to search for a topic and then filter for pages with a lot of links. Look for links to steal that make sense. That is, those where a link to your page would be truly beneficial. 


    Link Building Strategy

    For SEO success, you’ll need a solid link-building strategy. There are a variety of approaches to SEO link building, and we’ve compiled a list of different link building techniques to assist you with your SEO strategy.

    • Get to know your target market.

    If you want to expand your audience, you’ll need to figure out how to do so or how to find a new one. As a result, you should be aware of two things: who my current audience is and what my ideal audience looks like.

    • Make a list of websites that will appeal to your target market.

    You can make a list of websites that could potentially help you reach your new audience if you have a clear picture of your current and desired audiences in mind. Look for websites that already appeal to your target market. These websites’ links could help you reach out to a new audience.

    • Create fantastic content.

    Your content simply has to be amazing for other websites to link to it. And, more importantly, it should appeal to the audience you hope to attract as readers or purchasers. Make sure your essays and articles are well-written and well-structured.

    • Content should be matched to websites.

    Make a concerted effort to locate websites that are relevant to the topic of your blog post or article. Because your blog post is so relevant to their content, these websites will most likely be eager to link to you. More importantly, visitors who follow that link to your website will be genuinely interested in the subject of your article (making chances of conversion and recurring visits much higher).

    • Contact the site’s owners.

    You should contact the website you’d like to link to if you’ve put in a lot of effort both writing content and finding websites that fit the content of your article. Inform them of the content or product and request that they write about it and include a link to it. Most people will be happy to write about your product for free if it means they will get it!

    • Make use of social media to spread the word about your content.

    If your content is unique and well-structured, you can also use social media to reach new audiences (and gain links). Make sure you tweet about your blog, and maybe send some tweets to people you think might enjoy your article.

    How to get other websites to link to you

    • Try some of these tried and true strategies when reaching out to other entities to create links to your site.
    • Create engaging content that people will want to share and link to.
    • Send out press releases and submit your website to directories.
    • Put your products and services in front of influential people.
    • Obtain links from friends, partners, and other acquaintances.

    A successful link-building strategy should always aim to attract a new, targeted audience to your site. A (welcome) side effect will be a higher Google ranking. You’re doing it right if you think of link building as a way to reach out to other websites to increase traffic to your own.