Everybody knows that organic traffic is the best source of traffic to scale your business. It’s free and it’s high quality. These are people who are searching for the exact products or services you are offering so they will buy the most. So how do you get organic traffic?
The Myth of High-Quality Content
Search engines recommend writing good content. But you can have your team write as many long and researched articles as they can and you still won’t get any organic traffic. Not convinced? Search online for the report about “91% of online content receives no organic traffic”.
This is because search engines also want a third party “confirmation” that your website is valuable. That confirmation comes from other websites that link to your website.
The Myth of Natural Links
And, again, search engines, say there’s nothing to worry. If you have high-quality content, other websites will share your articles and link to your website. But this is very far from the truth. Almost no one links to your articles for free. Anyone who’s in this business for a couple of years knows it. I mean, sure, if you are a household brand, but otherwise you will have a really hard time getting links.
So the only real way to get organic traffic is by buying links. But this is also a time consuming and expensive process. Each link can cost a couple of hundreds of dollars and more.
What’s the Solution?
But what if you could easily create your own websites and link from them to your main website, everything without search engines knowing they’re yours? Is it possible?
With Easy Blog Networks it is. We are the default solution used by SEO professionals all over the world to build Private Blog Networks (PBNs) and in the last few years, we helped hundreds of businesses significantly increase their profits.
And what’s equally amazing is that the process of managing websites on EBN is mostly automated and super simple that many of our clients even added their main website on our platform.
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Here’s a simple example. Let’s say you own a dental clinic. You find a domain that years ago belonged to a dentist. This dentist paid for a press release to be featured as a “business from the community” in a few local newspapers’ websites which brought a lot of links.
She then retired and left the domain to expire. You register this domain, build a new dentistry blog on it and link it to your website. Since most of the links to the domain are still live, the blog will keep a lot of the initial authority and pass it further to your website.
So PBNs are groups of blogs on older domains that are hosted on different servers with different IPs in order to simulate natural quality backlinks to the main business website. And you can easily buy aged domains. There are many tools that help you find the right fit and guide you through the process.
This is why PBNs are extremely powerful!
So let’s get started, this will probably be one of the best strategic decisions for your business: