Syndbuddy Best Practices

Today, I wanted to send out some tips and tricks to not only help you rank fast but ensure you rank long-term.

The one downside to having a powerful syndication system like SyndBuddy is that it’s easy to abuse it and use it carelessly.

So I wanted to share with you a few things to think about when building links to your niche sites.

1. Are you submitting a new site?

The first thing to consider is the age of your site.

If you’re getting links/syndication to a brand new site, you want to make sure you increase your link building overtime and in a natural looking way.

SyndBuddy is already as natural as you can get with real users sharing each others content

However, we added an extra layer by adding the built-in automatic limits when adding a new campaign.

For example, if your site is brand new start off with building 5-10 links MAX in the first week and increase by 5-10 links per week thereafter.

And I recommend mixing these between social signals and social shares.

I’d also recommend submitting campaigns for your blog posts NOT just your root domain.

It looks more natural for users to be sharing your blog posts.

Most people don’t share just the root domain.

Make sense? 🙂 good!

2. Are you building links to an existing site?

If your site is 3+ months old and you’ve posted 1-2 posts per week, then you can be a little more aggressive, but don’t get carried away.

If you’re building links to an older site, you can start with 10-20 links and increase at a rate of 10-20 links per week.

3. Don’t build links to just ONE URL.

Also, while your building links, don’t send them all to the same URL.

That’s just not natural.

Make sure you’re mixing the links to several different URL’s.

This looks more natural and will have Google crawling multiple posts on your site.

With SyndBuddy’s social shares, you can add multiple URL’s to ONE campaign or create multiple campaigns.

The choice is yours 🙂

4. Mix up your anchor texts.

Another important thing is to ensure you’re mixing up your anchor text.

Anchor text is the words you use to link to your site.

That’s how Google is able to know what your content is about.

However, Google cracks down on people overusing the same anchor text for trying to rank faster.

So ensure that you’re not only using variations of your target keyword, but make sure you’re also using words like:

“click here”
“go here”
“visit the site here”

And several variations of terms like that so it all looks natural.

SyndBuddy also has the ability to insert as many anchor texts as you want.

That’s it for now 🙂

I hope these tips help you out.

Remember, you have a VERY powerful tool in your hands.

Now it’s time to use it correctly.

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