Webmasters are relying heavily on building backlinks through SEO proxies for their websites. They need SEO proxies to create as many backlinks as possible so their websites rank better in SERP. However, not many are using SEO proxies for their blog sections. Thus, we start this blog post from the assumption that not many webmasters use SEO proxies as they should be used. Which leads to diminishing returns and extra costs in the long run.

How webmasters use SEO proxies

SEO proxies are private proxies for SEO which webmasters can use to scrape search engines or the web to find relevant domains. And once these domains are found, they will use the same proxies to post comments and forum posts. These comments and forum posts are posted from the same private proxies for SEO. They are doing it with the intent of posting each individual post from different IPs. This is a required step when posting for backlink building because it helps webmasters avoid spam looking comments and possible bans based on IP ranges.

However, the major mistake done by most webmasters is that they do not post backlinks towards their blog section. Instead, most of the links posted through SEO proxies are posted towards their home page. And there are a few issues with this approach. But there is a solution for this issue. Webmasters need only to develop either a knowledge base or blog section on their websites. And then create links poiting to this sections.

In this way, authority will be passed towards their blog section. And this authority will later be transfered towards their home page and the whole domain.

How to improve your SEO proxies returns and performance

As mentioned above, using SEO proxies to create backlinks towards a single page of a website can have some serious consequences. From lack of performance and extra costs to possible bans. Webmasters should use a bit of lateral thinking when using their SEO proxies. And they definetely need to create a blog section. Here, you’ll find five reasons to do so.

1. A blog generates content for SEO proxies distribution

A blog section that is updated every week creates new linking opportunities. And instead of distributing only the homepage, new pages can be shared and used to create backlinks through SEO proxies. And the SEO profile of an entire domain will be more diverse and solid.

2. Decrease your bounce rate

This is not an off-page SEO issue that can be dealt by using SEO proxies. However, it affects greatly the ranking of a website. The logic behind this statement comes from various research pieces published online that state that the more content in longer forms, the longer will keep the user on the website. Subsequently, it will decrease the bounce rate. And a decreased bounce rate helps and improve a website’s ranking.

3. Rank for a snippet

Google snippets are little pieces of content taken from a website and returned in the SERP for a particular keyword. Almost all snippets are displayed from various blog sections that Google finds them relevant.

Google finds relavant a domain that has also backlinks and content. Thus, by creating a blog section for a website and by using SEO proxies to create backlinks for it, Google could consider it relevant and return snippets from its content onto SERP.

4. Use SEO proxies to reach new domains

Using SEO proxies for only the home page of a website limits the number of domains on which content with backlinks can be created. Thus, the next logical step is to develop a blog section and create content for it. Once the content is created, it can be used to develop new backlinks through SEO proxies. And because of the new, fresh content created, backlinks can be posted on more domains. Thus, increase the number of individual domains from where backlinks are posted and created.

5. Avoid spam for your SEO proxies

Another good reason for which webmastes must develop content for a blog section and create backlinks for this one instead of creating backlinks for their home page is to avoid any spam flagging. This is important because if a domain is flagged as spam, its backlinks will be deleted and its SERP position will be affected. However, by creating backlinks towards helpful and informative blog posts, other webmasters, on which websites backlinks are created, will not consider the links as spam and will leave them active. This will improve both the SEO position of a website and at the same time it will generate referral traffic from these websites.

 Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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