I’ve been confused when I heard about a “new standard in links with traffic” when it was all about links, from pages, that were ranking.
That was a sub-sub chapter of my Golden Rules of Link Building #5 already in 2009 (last version update 2022).
Of course you build links on pages that rank. Always.
So I made a video that explains,
👍 the two types of “links with traffic”
👍 why the second type of “links with traffic” is so desirable
👍 why a random surfer would matter
👍 how you can find links with traffic (from organic rankings), for free
👍 how you can verify that links have traffic (from organic rankings) for free
👍 how to check links having traffic in Ahrefs, Semrush, Sistrix, and LRT
👍 why this essential link building feature is not unique to any SEO tool
I am looking forward to your feedback.
Christoph C. Cemper
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