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The real deal behind forum posting

While quality on page content makes a website look good in the eyes of a search engine, the back links from other online platforms act as flashing arrows that point to your site. The idea is to find online platforms where people tend to interact and place links to your website there. Forums are a great way to gain quality back links to any website. In fact, when it comes to directing traffic to your website, forums are a method that is proven to be effective.
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When it comes to using forums for link building, there are several different ways to do so. But the most popular method is to take advantage of the signature facility. Some forums allow the option of creating ’signatures’ where you can add the link to your website. This will be displayed below any reply you will be posting on a forum, thus creating a valid link to your website.
People use forums with many expectations. Most forums are built on specific topics in mind. People tend to ask questions and share information across various forum threads within a forum. However, when looking at forums from an SEO perspective, these are great places to scatter links to your website only if the forum’s topic is relevant to your particular website. A good way to proceed with forums would be to answer questions. However, rather than writing an article on the forum field, it is best to try your best to answer the question honestly without resorting to self promotion. If you are able to provide genuinely helpful and well informed responses, the forum administrators will begin to trust you as a legitimate member.

Although the traffic from forums are free, it takes plenty of effort to post good replies that will be of value to a reader. It is highly advised to refrain from saying things like ‘visit my website’ or ‘check out this link’ as many spammers are well known to use these phrases in their automated responses. The best way to earn trust as a forum poster and to add real value to your link as well as to prevent being banned from the forum would be to post your links on the signature and simply answering the question as best as you can. The readers will decide whether to click on your link or not.

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Hannah Reed is an experienced copywriter who combines her lust for new information, with her creative flair to write inspiring content and blogs. The internet is her playground and workplace, giving her the freedom to indulge her passion for travel with writing and the web.

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