This is a two part question. Firstly, what are some methods to build backlinks in late 2020 that are not through guest blogging / blog outreach? Secondly, what are some methods to encourage users to share your content on social platforms?

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Ask them to share it.

1st Part - How to build backlinks, not through blog outreach/guest posting.

  • Create extraordinary content that going to be viral. Every 4 people out of 10 will share that. This content should be Skyscraper (3000+ to 10,000 words).
  • Create content with the right approach. Images, videos, infographics, Q&A, FAQ. Try to make it as useful.
  • Create a high quality engaging webinar.
  • Find broken links all over the web & try to replace those with your relevant content. (Very hard though)

2nd Part - Building your page & group. From the beginning try to help your audience as much as possible. Without spamming them with your content.

Link Roundups: Basically, a link up is a blog posting containing links to the blog posts of others. In general, you can see them every week or month, and they are based on a subject specific to the person hosting the site. In practically any niche, you can still find them.

Using the most enticing picture to inspire consumers of social media to share our content.

What is the reason? Simple! People enjoy pictures; currently, posts of photographs on Facebook are getting 104% more reviews, 84% more input and 54% more. They also found that tweets with photos receive 18% more likes, 89% better favourites, 150% more retweets in the analysis performed by Buffer, where they analysed tweets.

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