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  1. #16
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    Learn how to create your own website or blog with WordPress.com—the free, easy-to-use service that is democratizing publishing on the web. In these tutorials, Carrie Dils shows how to sign up for a WordPress.com account, personalize your profile, and start posting right away. Plus, learn how to add the images, videos, and links that make blog posts pop; enable social sharing and mobile browsing; and change the appearance of your site with custom themes, widgets, and menus. Drawing on her 15+ years of experience designing for the web, Carrie also provides her insights on finding and growing an audience, and deciding when it's time to grow by upgrading your account or moving on to self-hosting with WordPress.org.

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    If you want to acquire backlinks through outreach, you need to:

    Create a quality SEO content asset that’s worth promoting
    Prospect for relevant link opportunities
    Qualify those opportunities
    Build a relationship with each opportunity
    Request link placement on the qualified websites
    Test different outreach strategies to improve your response rate
    If your request is approved, you then need to create content
    If you don’t want to create the content yourself, you need to go through the process of hiring a writer
    Rinse and repeat
    But wait, there’s more:

    If you want to have a life outside of just acquiring backlinks, you to create systems, procedures, and hire staff to perform these tasks. Not only that, you will need to train each person, so that they can perform this task the right way.

    Oh yeah, let’s not forget that none of this will go according to plan. That means you either have to hire a project manager or be the manager yourself.

    So, the moral of this short story is that when people are buying backlinks, they aren’t actually buying a backlink.

    They are buying a process.

    Now you’re probably thinking:

    “That’s just white hat SEO! Grey/black hat SEO isn’t that hard.”

    Let’s take the preferred link building method for grey/black hat SEO:

    Private Blog Networks (PBNs).

    Here is the process of building a network:

    Find expired domains that meet a minimum vetting criteria
    Qualify each domain based on deeper analysis
    Purchase the domain (or participate in domain auctions to secure it)
    Buy hosting for the domain
    Set the domain up on a CMS (like WordPress)
    If you’re using WordPress, install and setup plugins
    Create foundational pages and find a theme to make the site look real
    Create a fake persona (if you’re getting serious)
    Test the quality of the expired domain
    If the domain passes your test, you then have to write content for placing your link
    Or, go through the process of ordering content
    If the site isn’t indexed, go through a process to get it indexed
    Create additional filler content
    Buy social signals or fake traffic to increase the “realness” of the site
    Now, once again, you could do this all yourself, but your life would be dedicated to PBNs.

    What I explained above is for one domain. After you get more than one, other operational issues come into play such as managing the network, dealing with hacked sites, dealing with unreliable hosts, and even dealing with your sites getting deindexed.

    On the other hand, you could just use a service to go through this entire process for you. Once again, you are buying a process.

    You get it:

    Buying links (buying a process) saves time.

    But that’s not the only reason why people buy backlinks.

    2. Faster Results
    I’m going to assume you’re trying to do white or grey/black hat link acquisition yourself. If that’s the case, buying backlinks would clearly increase the speed for seeing results. That’s because you aren’t spending hours on these mind-numbing tasks.

    Instead, you would be able to focus on other SEO priorities such as content creation, technical optimization, UX, page-level optimization, and even CRO.

    So, after what you just read, you probably think I’m all for buying links.

    Let’s take it back a notch because there are some caveats that you need to consider.

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    WordPress is open source software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. It just may be the easiest and most flexible blogging and website content management system (CMS) for beginners.

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