Welcome to the first session of #AskMyQuickidea. We will feature the expert on Myquickidea to answer your queries. If you have any Blogging related issue, submit your question for the next session.
Question #1: Number of backlinks / day for a long term blog?
How many Number of backlinks? Well, I must say- no policy describes how many link you should build a day. You can make 1 or thousands of depending on your end-goal. If you have got a long term blog, then focus on the quality of the links, not the quantity.
In case, you’ve short-term plan with your blog. Then you can build hundreds or thousands of backlinks using tools like GSA or manual spamming. However, it is not recommended. Because those backlinks will not be relevant and will hardly carry the link juice the “high-quality” backlinks do. If you’re doing event blogging, then you can try it out.
So, the conclusion is if you want your blog to stay in search engine for a long time, then focus on the quality, not quantity. Get backlinks from relevant blogs with good PA & DA.
Question #2: How Much Time Takes To Google Crawls A New Website?
It varies a lot. From a day to a week. If you want to get it indexed in a day, then you require experience, apparently. To get it indexed immediately, then you can pass few quality backlinks to your site. Apart from that social signals, and press release works like a charm.
For social signals, Google+ & Twitter is recommended.
Question #3: How to Promote a Single Page Website And Blog
The same way you do with “multiple web-pages” blog because it doesn’t change the fact that it’s a website be it consisted of one web page or hundreds or thousands of web page. Thus, promoting strategy should remain same.
Question #4: Does Google Consider Nofollow Links When Ranking A Site?
Google officially announced that “no-follow” doesn’t get indexed by Google bots hence no link juice gets passed, right? So, if you want to follow Google, then stick to their statement that it’s not going to help you in ranking anyway.
However, ACC. to me & different webmasters, No-follow still impacts in SERP; moreover, it contributes to diversifying the backlink ratio that is a good sign and saves from the penalty. If your blog has 100 backlinks and all of them is do-follow, then it might look suspicious to Google. Therefore, to keep yourself on the safer side make sure you also use them.
Conclusion: Yeah, they still play a notable role in improving ranking.
Question #5: How to Index Site Super FAST?
Build an authority and to do so start updating your blog frequently. If you’re going to write 5 articles a week for next 3 months, then indexation time of your website will increase significantly. Google bots will start crawling your blog more often.
And, that being said, (In 2nd answer) pointing powerful backlinks to blog or its new contents also help to increase the rate of indexation. If you’re working continuously on your blog and doing backlink stuff, then over the time your blog will start gaining the authority hence indexation time will cut-off.
Question #6: How to Improve Keyword Ranking From 3rd Or 4th Page to First Page?
If you’re stuck at 2nd or 3rd page for a while, then I would recommend you to increase the keyword density of your that web-page and improve its words-count. Apart from that, you can pass social signals like Google plus likes, shares, signals from Twitter and Facebook.
Else, you can point some quality backlinks to that particular web-page. When you follow these steps, then you’ll see significant improvement in the ranking.
Question #7: What Is Link Relevancy?
The term explains itself everything. But still, getting links to your blog or blog posts from relevant niche sites is the link relevancy. Let’s say my blog topic is health and if I’m getting links from another health blog, then it will be highly relevant. And, relevant links are the key to success.
Question #8: Where to Buy High-Quality Links for Seo on Different Topics?
Contact freelancers who are contributing to authority sites, and contact with SEO consultants. They will provide you top-notch backlinks for sure. I don’t recommend using any site like Fiverr or SEO clerks because 99% percent of them provide cheap backlinks that not worth it at all.
If you don’t have budget, then guest posting, email outreaching, and link exchanging (relationships) are the way to get good links
Question #9: Why Does Buying Traffic Have Horrible Results Most Of The Times?
Who said that? Though, I’ve no experience in paid traffic however it doesn’t have a negative impact. It doesn’t ever make sense, right? See, the end-goal is not just traffic the end-goal is targeted traffic. Then it’s paid, or free doesn’t matter at all.
Targeted traffic is the traffic we should focus on. Of that happens you’ll get a heck a lot of conversions because targeted audience means, “Ready to buy the audience.” So, this statement is entirely baseless, if you’re buying non-targeted audience, then don’t expect any kind of profit.