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    Link Bait is providing valuable content on your website so that other websites will naturally reference/link to it without you ever having to ask. Linkable content can be anything from an in-depth research project, to an evergreen guide, to a popular video.


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    Creating a link bait is creating a compelling movement that will stir your readers to think and link back to you for reference, sourcing or good-will.


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    Tried link baiting on this site.


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    Yes! i have and the info-graphics make the great link baiting content! and will take time to get traffic but it's worth the effort.


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    Yes i have tried but i never recommend it to anyone since it is not good for a business with long term ideas. Always choose organic and white hat techniques which will a long lasting affect to your business


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    I think backlinking is overrated. You should focus on making quality content and making good ads at least at the start and Seo optimizing your posts .


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    Link Bait is providing valuable content on your website so that other websites will naturally reference/link to it without you ever having to ask.


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    See tons of real life examples of linkbait in action right here.Your job is to create the best, most thorough and most complete resource on a topic ever published. that gets the attention of the big players in your niche, you can also try.


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    See tons of real-life examples of linkbait in action right here. ... Your job is to create the best, most thorough and most complete resource on a topic ever published


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    Link bait is content on your website that other sites link to because they want to, not because you ask them to.
    Whether itís an evergreen blog post, a helpful eBook, or a viral video, the linkable asset comes in many forms. Letís take a look at the types and a few examples of link bait and discuss how proactive content marketing can help your website garner more links.
    Great content always serves as link bait. This is important to remember. When creating a blog post or revising copy on top-level pages, think about whether or not the content is link-worthy. Had you come across it in your daily perusal of the web, would you be likely to link to or share it with friends via social media?
    Remember that while a social share doesnít carry the same weight as an anchored link, it does get your content in front of more eyes. After all, users can only link to your content if theyíve discovered it.
    There is no sure-fire formula for creating great content that your visitors will see as linkable. For example you could spend hours writing a helpful and informative blog post, but acquire no links from it. Meanwhile, your competitor posted a picture of a cute cat that fetched 24 links in a day. Ultimately, link bait is an attention grabber.
    The goal is to engage your audience so much so that they canít help but tell everyone about what theyíve just seen. This might be a unique insight on a hot topic, an attractive display of useful information, or just a video of a funny cat. The key is in knowing your audience.
    Timeless content is lasting link bait. While timely content is in most cases ephemerally valuable, weíre not going to be covering the release of the iPhone 6 years down the road. Timeless content, or evergreen content, has lasting value. Whether itís a piece thatís timeless in nature like an eBook on the fundamentals of Regular Expressions, or something thatís frequently updated like Mozís search algorithm update history, always-relevant content is always link-worthy.
    During the brainstorming phase of the creation of evergreen content, there are many qualifiers to consider before selecting an idea to pursue. Ask yourself these questions:
    ē Are people searching for this? (Google AdWords Keyword Planner)
    ē Is this a topic that is growing in popularity? (Google Trends)
    ē How likely is it that this content will be obsolete in a year?
    ē If this idea has already been materialized on the web, can I do it better?


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