Should I Still Build Tiered After Building Niche Edits Links with Existing Ref Domains and Traffic?
Why You Might Be Wasting Your Money, Time and Resources.
Niche edits is a link-building strategy that involves finding and editing existing pages on other sites that are relevant to your niche and adding your link to them.
It’s a great way to get high-quality and relevant links from authoritative sites without creating new content or doing outreach.
What if you already have a niche edit link from a page that has existing referring domains and traffic?
Should you still build tiered links to that page to boost its authority and relevance?
The answer is NO.
You may be wasting your time and resources by doing so.
Here are some of the reasons why you should not build tiered links after building niche edit with existing referring domains and traffic:
• You may dilute the value of your niche edit link:
By building tiered links to your niche edit page, you may create a lot of noise and distraction that can reduce the impact of your niche edit link.
Google may not be able to recognize the relevance and quality of your niche edit link among the many other links on that page.
This may lower the value of your niche edit link and its effect on your main site.
• You may trigger a red flag for Google:
By building tiered links to your niche edit page,
You may create an unnatural and suspicious link profile that can alert Google.
Google may think that you are trying to manipulate the rankings by creating a network of links that point to each other and ultimately to your main site.
This may result in a penalty or a devaluation of your links and rankings.
• You may waste your time and resources;
By building tiered links to your niche edit page, you may spend a lot of time and resources that could be better used elsewhere.
You may have to find, create, or acquire more content, platforms, and sources for your tiered links.
You may also have to monitor, maintain, and update your tiered links regularly.
This may take away your focus and energy from more important tasks like creating new content, optimizing your site, or building more niche edit links.
What should you do instead of building tiered links after building niche edits with existing referring domains and traffic?
You should focus on building more niche edit links from different pages and sites that are relevant and authoritative in your niche.
This will help you diversify your link profile, increase your authority and relevance, rank higher, and drive more traffic to your main site.
Here are some tips on how to find and build more niche edit links for your site:
• Use tools like Ahrefs or SEMrush to find pages that rank for keywords related to your niche.
These pages are likely to be relevant and authoritative in your niche and have existing referring domains and traffic.
You can use filters like domain rating, organic traffic, referring domains, etc. to narrow down your results.
• Use tools like Hunter or Voila Norbert to find the email addresses of the owners or editors of these pages. These are the people who can edit these pages and add your link to them.
• Use tools like Mailshake or Lemlist to send personalized and value-driven outreach emails to these people. These are the emails that can persuade these people to edit these pages and add your link to them. You can use templates like this one:
Outreach email template;
I was browsing [their site] today and I came across your post about [topic].
I really enjoyed it, especially the part where you [something specific they said].
I noticed that you mentioned [something related to your site] in your post.
I actually have a site that covers [your site’s topic] in detail.
It’s called [your site name] and it has [something unique or valuable about your site].
I think it would be a great addition to your post as it would provide more information and value to your readers.
Would you mind taking a look at it and see if it fits?
Here’s the link: [your site URL]
If you think it’s a good fit, I’d appreciate it if you could edit your post and add my link to it.
It would only take a few minutes of your time, but it would mean a lot to me.
Let me know what you think.
• Use tools like Buzzstream or Ninja Outreach to follow up and track your results.
These are the tools that can help you stay on top of your outreach campaign and measure its effectiveness.
Here’s an example of how I used these tips to find and build more niche edit links for my site about wireless mice:
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As you can see,
I used these tips to find and build more niche edit links for our clients’ projects using various tools and methods.
I hope you found this post helpful and informative.
Adam is a Technical SEO associate at 1stpage, a company that helps clients improve their SEO performance with high-quality and relevant links. He shares his expertise on technical website optimization and outreach link building. He explains how these strategies can boost your online visibility, traffic, and conversions. He is also a nomad who enjoys traveling and discovering new places. You can always find him near a city that you want to visit.