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What is Netlinking?

Netlinking refers to all the links from external websites that point to a website. A netlinking strategy is based on generating external links from websites sharing a common theme and with a good reputation in order to improve a website's reputation on Google. Indeed, Google highlights websites with a high reputation in its search results.

The objective is therefore to gain popularity, positions, as well as traffic.

How does it work with SmartKeyword?

Definition of a strategy aligned with key objectives

  • Select relevant pages, not all pages need to have external links pointing to them.

  • Analyse the pages’ positionsas, as well as the competitors’ pages.

  • Conclude on the number of links to purchase :

  • Required quality and link profile
  • Price (a high price is not necessarily a guarantee of success!)

       At SmartKeyword, we play it fair and square.

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Quality backlinks’ research

Research phase comparing several requirements:

  • Theme of the referring site
  • Domain Authority
  • Traffic
  • Trust Flow & Citation Flow

Anchors check on purchased sponsored articles, in addition to the netlinking brief drafted by a member of the SmartKeyword team.

You’ve got the final say! You approve each link and page content ordered. And off we move on to the next brief. :)

Campaign performance monitoring

  • Position gains on targeted keywords

  • Links’ monitoring, so you will always be up to date

With our platform you can directly measure the netlinking campaign’s impact through daily position monitoring.

“With SmartKeyword, I no longer have to pay for multiple tool licenses, SemRush, Moz or Majestic. I finally have all my info on one interface!”

Clara, Acquisition Manager @Privateaser
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Feedback from our clients

Marketing managers, traffic managers, SEO specialists... from different sectors and sizes’ companies trust SmartKeyword to manage their SEO projects.

Julien Sylvain
Julien SylvainCEO: Tediber
“When I have a Netlinking campaign to run, I turn to SmartKeyword to buy my backlinks. They have impressive know-how and knowledge in this sector. They’ve never disappointed me and I don’t think they ever will. Thank you SmartKeyword for your work!”
Cindy Bringuier
Cindy BringuierOncovia: CEO
“My experiences with SmartKeyword have always brought satisfaction. They know how to choose the right backlinks and the results which come out are amazing. In my last experience with them, my traffic was boosted by two, and this allowed me to achieve a lot. Thank you very much, SmartKeyword!”
Clara Penalba
Clara PenalbaPrivateaser: Acquisition Manager
“I ran my Netlinking with SmartKeyword. In addition to having great results thanks to those backlinks, we work out together the strategies to put into place. I understand where I am putting my budget because they are transparent about it. I really recommend the SmartKeyword team.”
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Any more questions? 🙂

Backlinks are hypertext links for Internet users to go from website A to website B. They are also used by crawler robots in order to explore the web and discover new pages or websites to be indexed.

Backlinks are used to develop a website’s popularity in order to obtain better organic ranking. They are proof of a website’s relevance. Search engines analyze links that point to a website as a popularity index. The more backlinks a website has, the more popular it is. However, quantity is not everything, these links must be qualitative and meet certain criteria.

First of all, not all links carry the same weight in Google's eyes. Several criteria will determine if a link is judged qualitative or not. Here is a list of the elements to follow, along with some examples:

  • The source page: a backlink must come from a web page with the same theme as you, there must be a logical link (yes!) between the source and the recipient.

If a bike salesperson links to a hair salon website, the relevance between the two is too far-fetched.

  • theThe source page’s quality: the link must come from a popular page. In other words, one that has a high PageRank. A link is considered good if it comes from a page that has a Trust Flow of reaching at least 40 (this score ranges from 0 to 100). So, if a website has strong authority and mentions you, you gain credibility in Google’s eyes, and likewise increase your website’s authority.
  • The website's position on Google: indeed, if there is proof of trust placed and visible by Google, it’s good to give you a good place in the search results. This is a criterion increasingly taken into account by SEOs since it’s also synonymous with traffic.
  • Where the link is placed: not all pages on a website have the same importance, strength or weight. That’s why homepages are often the strongest pages since they receive the most external links. You should also pay attention to the link’s location on the page. Indeed, it must be contextualized, in other words it has to be located in the page’s editorial content, and preferably at the beginning of the page.
  • Sources’ diversification: this criterion corresponds to the links’ quantity. The rule to follow here is very simple: it’s better and more efficient to have 100 links from different sources rather than 100 links from a single website.
  • The choice of the link’s anchor text i.e. the clickable text part on which the link is inserted, must be themed. It should describe and correspond to the content that the Internet user will find on the link’s destination page. You must avoid over-optimizing link anchors, because in that case you could be sanctioned by Google. We mean using the same anchor containing the targeted keyword on all backlink.

Absolutely not. You have to define the strategic keywords before embarking on a netlinking campaign.

There is no rule to follow in terms of the netlinking campaign’s length. In most cases, this type of operation is the subject of a personalized diagnosis. We know that a campaign often lasts several months. Several parameters must be taken into account to precisely determine the campaign’ duration. For example: the quality and profile of the links to be selected, or the different indicators (domain authority, trust flow, citation flow).

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