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Link building isn’t rocket science. There’s no secret club where only an elite few get taught how to build links. Anyone can do it.
The fundamental process is as follows:
Create something worthy of a link.
Find people who might be interested in linking to you.
Persuade those people to do precisely that.
The problem? Step #1 takes a lot of time, and skill, and knowledge of your industry.
But here’s the thing:
Most businesses, products, and services are already worthy of links.
You don’t have to spend countless hours creating an all-singing-all-dancing interactive infographic to get backlinks. You can build links using what you already have on your website and speed up the process—dramatically.
Want proof? Here’s a link we got to ahrefs.com without creating any new content:
In this post, you’ll learn seven link building tactics you can use without creating new content. Here are the link building tactics:
This approach does work. But there are two problems:
Problem #1: Scraping Google is time-consuming and requires some degree of skill. You have to use tens or hundreds of search operators, scrape the results for all of them, then merge and dedupe your list in Excel or Google Sheets. That can take hours.
Problem #2: You almost always end up scraping a lot of irrelevant and junk pages, such as those that only link to internal resources like this one:
Those are no use to us. So what’s the solution?
Piggyback off your competitors’ resource page links. In other words, find the resource page links that your direct competitors have, then replicate them.
For example, let’s say we were trying to build links to discountstickerprinting.co.uk. One competitor might be vistaprint.co.uk.
Paste that domain into Ahrefs’ Site Explorer. Then navigate to the Backlinks report and add a “Dofollow” filter.
Site Explorer > enter competing domain > Backlinks > add “dofollow” filter
Type “resources” into the search box. You should see something like this:
Most of the results are resource pages from which the competitor has links. So we can be sure that they’re relevant targets.
But don’t stop there.
If you find a resource page from which a competitor has a backlink, take a look at that page and see if there are any other similar businesses listed there. If there are, paste those into Site Explorer too, then rinse and repeat the process above to find even more resource pages.
Finally, reach out the owners of the resource pages and ask them to add your business.
But don’t just ask. Give them a compelling reason why they should spend time adding you to their page. Think about how having your business listed on that page would be valuable to their visitors.
Here are a few potential reasons:
Better than the competitor also listed on the page.
Local/family-run business (people love to support local businesses);
Specialize in a particular area (e.g., perhaps your competitor prints all manner of things, whereas you specialize in poster printing);
New or alternative option to a competing product or service.
Not sure how to find these folks’ email addresses or “pitch” them? Read this and this.
Learn more about resource page link building in this video:
It’s from a vegetarians snacks brand. It lists and links to all of their stockists. These “suppliers” pages are quite common. So if you happen to stock or sell any third-party products, these are prime link targets.
But what if you don’t stock and sell other brands’ products?
Simple. Look for similar pages from your “suppliers,” like this one that lists their clients/customers…
… or this one that features customer testimonials…
I’m not necessarily talking about suppliers of raw materials here. It could be any business that’s affiliated with your business: accountant, financial advisor, print or graphic design company, etc.
You can find a good list of business types to considerhere.
So what’s the process for getting links from these people?
To start, you need to make two lists:
Brands you stock (if applicable)
Your suppliers—i.e., the businesses/services/products you use
Here’s what that would look like for a hypothetical coffee shop:
You then need to tackle each of these two lists independently.
For stockists, search for them one-by-one in Google using the following operator: site:brand.com intitle:”stockists” OR intitle:”where to buy”
If they have a relevant page, you should see a result like this:
It’s worth manually vetting the page before reaching out. Not all “stockists” pages link to their stockists. Some only list them.
For the businesses whose services and products you use, do the same thing but with this operator instead: site:supplier.com intitle:”our customers” OR intitle:”our clients”
Here’s an example of a relevant result:
You can then reach out and request to be added to these pages.
Not finding any such pages from the companies with whom you’re affiliated? Look for testimonials pages using site:supplier.com testimonial. If they have one, all you need to do is to get in touch and send them your testimonial.
Here’s one that Tim sent to Canny—the customer feedback app we use and love:
Not only is there a link to ahrefs.com here, but this is also a standalone page dedicated entirely to us. Our testimonial/story is also quite in-depth, which brings me to another crucial point:
Never fake testimonials to get a link. That’s shady and unethical.
You should only supply companies with testimonials if you genuinely love what they do.
People will sometimes mention your business but fail to link to you.
This happens more often than you might think.
Here’s an example:
Unlinked mention of Ahrefs
And another one:
Unlinked mention of Ahrefs Content Explorer
But it isn’t only big companies like Ahrefs that this happens to.
Here’s an unlinked mention for a small coffee shop in Toronto, Canada:
You can see that this blogger mentions Dineen Coffee. Yet there’s no link.
Disappointing? Definitely. But unlinked mentions are one of the best link building opportunities you’re likely to find.
That’s because these people are already fans of your business. They know what you do. They like what you do. They even mentioned you. So getting them to link is an easy sell.
You only have to reach out and kindly ask that they “make the mention clickable.”
The question is, how do you find unlinked mentions in the first place?
One way is to search in Google for something like: intext:[your brand name] -yourdomain.com -twitter.com -facebook.com -pinterest.com -youtube.com. This will show most of the places on the web that mention your brand.
You can then manually sift through the results looking for unlinked mentions.
Just view the source code for each page, hit CMD+F—CTRL+F on Windows—and search for yourdomain.com. If the search returns no results, then it’s an unlinked mention.
The issue here is that this process is extremely time-consuming. So here’s a quicker and easier way:
Think of Content Explorer as a mini search engine. It searches a database of over a billion web pages for those mentioning any keyword or phrase. In this case, that’s your brand name.
The next step is to check these pages for unlinked mentions.
To automate that process, you can export the full report from Content Explorer and use the custom search feature functionality in Screaming Frog to check whether each page links to your website. You can learn how to do that in this video (or in our full guide to unlinked mentions):
But as we’re focussing on efficiency and speed here, a shortcut is to use the “highlight unlinked domains” feature in Content Explorer to literally highlight results from websites that have never linked to you before.
Note that this checks for links at the domain level, not the web page level. That means it won’t highlight every page that has an unlinked mention.
But there are two reasons why this works well:
It’s quick. No need to export the report and scrape data using third-party tools.
It prioritizes the best opportunities. Links from new referring domains (i.e., websites that haven’t yet linked to you) and generally considered to be worth more than additional links from sites that have already linked to you. That’s what you see in Content Explorer.
Finally, export these web pages to CSV.
Export > Full export > tick the “Only highlighted unlinked domains” checkbox
It talks about the cheapest email marketing services in 2018.
Now I know from experience that MailChimp is quite a low-cost email marketing service. Yet MailChimp isn’t mentioned in this post. Nor is MailerLite or MoonMail—two free email marketing tools.
Here’s what I’m getting at…
If you can find websites that mention multiple competitors (but not you), it may make sense to reach out and introduce them to your brand. In doing so, you may even be able to convince them to add your business to that page.
So how do you find relevant pages?
To begin, make a list of 3–5 biggest competitors.
Here’s what that might look like for an email marketing service:
Now type this into Google:
(“COMPETITOR1” AND COMPETITOR2) -intext:”YOUR BRAND” -site:competitor1.com -site:competitor2.com -intitle:competitor1 -intitle:competitor2
You should see something like this:
There are hundreds of pages that mention ActiveCampaign and ConvertKit but not MailChimp.
You’ll need to run multiple searches for all the various combinations of competitors. E.g., replace competitors 1+2 with competitors 3+4, etc.
You’ll need then to export the search results to CSV. For that, you can use Ahrefs’ SEO Toolbar.
That will download the results alongside Ahrefs SEO metrics like organic traffic, UR, etc. You can then easily sort and filter by those metrics to prioritize the best link opportunities.
However, the downside of using Google is that you can only export a hundred results at a time.
(“COMPETITOR1” AND COMPETITOR2) -”YOUR BRAND” -site:competitor1.com -site:competitor2.com -title:competitor1 -title:competitor2
You should see something like this:
Here, 90 web pages mention ActiveCampaign and ConvertKit but not MailChimp.
You can sort and filter the results in Content Explorer without exporting.
Whichever tool you use, the final thing to do is to sift through the results. Try to understand why they mentioned your competitor but not you. This will usually be for one of these reasons:
They’re not familiar with your business or brand.
They prefer a competing product or service.
They’re listing companies that do what you do (but neglected to mention your business)
They’re referencing something your competitor did (e.g., newsworthy event, linkbait, etc.)
Because this guide focusses on building backlinks fast, your best bet is to look for articles where your business could be added quickly and easily, such as relevant listicles…
… and guides:
You can then reach out with something like this:
Josh here from Ahrefs.
Is there any reason you mention both [Competitor 1] and [Competitor 2] on your [insert post topic here] but not [your business]?
Just curious Whatever the reason, I’m actually kind of excited you didn’t list us because it gives me a chance to tell you about our awesome product/brand/company which I think you’ll love, because it’s [Why it’s good].
Any chance you could add us to that post?
Don’t copy this word for word. That’s lazy. Always add your own unique spin to outreach emails.
Here’s what a forum link looks like:
These are easy to get. You sign up for a forum, find relevant threads, and leave a valuable comment on the thread. It’s the same story with Q&A sites like Quora.
The problem? These are almost always “nofollow” links which don’t pass PageRank.
So let me introduce you to a quick trick:
Site Explorer > enter a competing domain > Backlinks > filter for “dofollow” links > filter for links from “message boards”
This shows you all your competitors “dofollow” links from forums.
Register with those same forums. Find a relevant thread. Leave a valuable comment.
Two important things to note about this:
Such links are few and far between: Most forums “nofollow” all of their links by default. Your competitors may not have many of these links for you to replicate.
Such links are often spammy: Be very careful with this. Don’t replicate every one without first doing due diligence. If the forum or thread looks spammy (which is common), forget it.
Still, throw enough competitors into Site Explorer, and you should end up with at least a handful of easily replicable links that you can build today. But what about once you’ve exhausted those opportunities?
I’m afraid it’s back to the “nofollow” opportunities.
Contrary to popular belief, such links aren’t bad. If you want backlinks fast, you shouldn’t neglect them.
But here’s the thing:
It takes roughly the same amount of time to leave a thoughtful comment on any relevant thread. So why not prioritize leaving comments on threads that get high amounts of traffic?
Not only does that make logical business sense (more eyeballs = more business), but it also makes sense from a link building perspective because more eyeballs often lead to more links.
Think of it like this:
If a web page gets zero visitors per month: Nobody can link to you. Nobody even knows your page exists.
If a web page gets 1,000 visitors per month: Maybe 10 of those people have websites and may link to you.
If a web page gets 100,000 visitors per month: Even if only 0.1% of those people link to you, that’s 100 new backlinks per month.
Posting on relevant forum threads with decent traffic gets your business in front of people that may have the power to link to you from elsewhere—places like blogs that don’t ”nofollow” tags to their links.
So how do you find relevant forum threads with traffic?
Use this Google search operator to find relevant Quora threads…
NOTE. Here’s the XPath syntax if you’re using Scraper: //div[@class=”srg”]/div/div/div/div/a/@href
If you used Ahrefs’ SEO Toolbar to scrape the results, then the resulting CSV will include estimated organic traffic metrics for each page. Sort by this column and go after the most trafficked pages first.
You can change the website in that operator from Quora to any other forum. It’ll work just as well.
This works. But it’s not particularly efficient, especially if the forum you’re interested is big. There’ll be thousands of search results, and it’ll be impossible to scrape them all.
So here’s another method:
Paste a relevant forum (e.g., Quora) into Ahrefs’ Site Explorer. Go to the Top Pages report. Search for a keyword related to your niche.
You will then see all relevant pages, sorted by their estimated monthly organic search from (low to high). Sift through them. Get involved with relevant threads. Include your link (where relevant —don’t force it!)
Do this, and you’re guaranteed some fast backlinks.
You can even use this same process to find good blog comment opportunities.
Just enter a relevant blog into Site Explorer, go to the Top Pages report. Look for relevant high-traffic pages.
If they allow comments, get involved in the conversation.
Find a relevant piece of content with tons of backlinks;
Create something even better;
Ask those linking to the now inferior content to link to your piece instead.
Makes sense. But there’s one big problem:
Creating industry-leading 10X content takes time—a lot of time.
That makes it pretty useless if you have less time and resources than your competitors.
But what if you could cut out steps #1 + #2 and start from step #3? That would make things easier.
Here’s the simple way to do that:
Rather than creating something new, utilize what you already have.
In other words, take your best asset—be it an excellent product, an epic piece of content, some research, etc.—and hustle to promote it by piggybacking off other similar or inferior stuff.
Here’s an example:
This protective iPhone X case has links from 75 referring domains. However, when CNET tested the durability of 12 such cases, this was one of the first to fail.
Supcase’s Unicorn Beetle Pro iPhone X case, on the other hand, fared extremely well—it was one of the few cases to survive all four rounds of testing. It was also one of the cheapest of the bunch at $19.95.
Translation: this product is better (and cheaper) than the one that has amassed many links.
So if you were the creator of this product, you could reach out to anyone linking to the “inferior” product and explain that they may instead want to recommend (and link to) your product.
Here’s what that might look like:
Josh here from Supcase.
I just came across your Device Case Buyer’s Guide and saw that you recommended the Rhinoshield Crashguard.
Did you know that when CNET tested 12 iPhone X cases, this was one of the first to fail?
I’m not sure if you’ve personally tried our Unicorn Beetle Pro case, but this was one of the few to survive CNET’s rigorous testing. Not only that, but it’s actually ~$5 cheaper than the Rhinoshield Crashguard—one of the cases you currently recommend.
Just thought I’d give you a heads up in case (no pun intended!) you wanted to swap out the recommendation.
This does take a bit of research. You need to figure out what makes your product or service better than a competing one. Nobody will swap out a link without a compelling reason to do so.
You can also do much the same thing for other content you have—blog posts, guides, etc.
For example, let’s say you’re a graphic design company. Perhaps you’ve got a guide to color theory on your website, like this one:
Is this a “10X” guide? Not really. But it’s still pretty decent—long, detailed and well-written.
Here’s another blog post about the same topic:
It doesn’t take a genius to see that this is a much lower-quality guide. It’s out of date and nowhere near as thorough.
Yet it has 756 links from 117 referring domains!
Translation: 117 potential link opportunities!
Here’s how you might choose to tackle this one:
Josh here from 99designs.
I just came across your post about some essential website planning tools and noticed you recommended this guide to color theory: [LINK]
Having read through it myself, it looks to be a bit out of date and also not particularly thorough. For instance, there’s no mention of hue, shade, tint, and tone—a concept that is paramount to understanding color theory, in my opinion.
So, a quick heads up—we recently put together what we believe to be a much more thorough and in-depth guide to color theory. You can see
that here: [LINK]
Perhaps it may be worth adding this to your list of tools? Or maybe it’d make sense to swap out Creativbloq’s out of date guide in favor of ours to keep your post up to date?
You get the idea.
The question is: how do you find relevant opportunities like this?
Just search for a keyword related to the content to which you wish to build links. E.g., if we wanted to build links to the color theory guide mentioned above, we could search for something like “color theory.”
Next, use the inbuilt filters to narrow down the results to weak or thin pages with lots of referring domains (I usually go for around 50). You can use the word count filter to identify weak pages.
Finally, check out the Backlinks report in Site Explorer for any relevant results you find. Just hit the caret on any Content Explorer result and hit “Backlinks” to do this.
Sift through these manually (note: I usually add a “dofollow” filter here) and reach out to any relevant sites.
Backlinks aren’t everything—don’t underestimate the power of internal links
Internal links point to other pages and posts on the same website, like this.
Most SEOs know about internal links. But many neglect them as they don’t believe in their ranking power. That’s a bad idea. In this case study, Ninja Outreach used internal linking to boost their traffic by 40%.
Furthermore, Google’s John Mueller noted that the anchor text of internal links provides Google with additional context as to the subject nature of linked content in this tweet.
Long story short, a smart internal linking strategy is likely to have a positive effect on rankings.
How do you do it? Simple
Find a page you want to boost.
Find other topically-relevant and strong pages on your site.
This is a page that we want to rank for the term “site explorer.”
Unfortunately, building links to landing pages and “commercial” content like this is difficult. It’s much easier to get links to blog posts and other non-commercial content.
Don’t believe me? Take a look at the Ahrefs blog in Site Explorer’s Best by Links report:
You can see that some of our posts have backlinks from hundreds of referring domains.
In other words, they’re strong pages in Google’s eyes and hold a lot of “link equity.”
So what we can do is to add internal links from the powerful blog posts to our Site Explorer landing page. That will help to strengthen the target page and perhaps, even be enough to boost its rankings for relevant keywords.
How can you find relevant pages from which to add internal links?
Type this into Google:
site:yourdomain.com “relevant keyword”
Replace the domain with your own. Replace the “relevant keyword” with something topically-related to the page to which you want to build internal links.
Here’s what ours would look like for this example:
site:ahrefs.com/blog “site explorer”
That returns the pages on our blog that mention “Site Explorer.” I.e., excellent places from which to add internal links to our landing page.
Open the results in Excel or Google Sheets and sort by URL Rating (UR) in descending order.
Paste each of these pages into your browser. View the source code (right click > view page source). Search for the URL of the page to which you want to build internal links.
If the search returns one or more results (as is the case above), then that page already links to your target page. Move on to the next page in your spreadsheet.
Should any of the pages return no re
sults, it means that your target keyword is mentioned on that page yet doesn’t link to the relevant internal page. This is your opportunity to add an internal link, like so:
Link building isn’t as hard as most people think. Most businesses can build some great links without having to invest in new content.
My advice? Give these tactics a shot and see which work best for your site. Even if you only have an hour or so per day, you should still be able to make some progress and build some decent links.
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Problem solving is the ability to identify the key questions in a problem, to develop possible plans for solving, to follow through on those plans, and to evaluate both the success of the plan and the solution.
Two Rivers leaders and teachers define and share their practice around problem solving.
DEFINING PROBLEM SOLVING
We have developed a rubric that defines problem solving. For more information about how we DEFINE critical thinking and problem solving skills, click here.
TEACHING PROBLEM SOLVING
The K-W-I is a thinking routine that we use to teach students about problem solving.
The K stands for “Know” and requires students to identify what they already know about a problem. The goal in this step of the routine is two-fold. First, the student needs to analyze the problem and identify what is happening within the context of the problem. Second, the student needs to activate their background knowledge about that context or other similar problems.
The W stands for “What” a student needs find out to solve the problem. At this point in the routine the student always must identify the core question that is being asked in a problem or task. However it may also include other questions that help a student access and understand a problem more deeply.
The I stands for “Ideas” and refers to ideas that a student brings to the table to solve a problem effectively. In this portion of the routine, student list the strategies that they will use to solve a problem.
For more information about how we TEACH critical thinking skills, click here.
This anchor chart from a 5th grade classroom helps students remember the KWI thinking routine.
ASSESSING PROBLEM SOLVING
Performance tasks assess students’ ability to solve problems, not their ability to learn content quickly nor complete grade-level academic work. For more information about how we ASSESS critical thinking, click here.
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