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
Link Building has been called dead for years. The rules of 2003 certainly changed, and those who could not learn and adapt to the ever-changing rules and increased requirements on skills, tools, details then, of course, had to give up on their link building tricks. Google confirmed that links are the No.1 ranking factor and said Ranking without links is really really hard. The Google Core Algorithm is based on links, and that hasn’t changed since the inception of Google.
An observation in link selling It occurred to me that a lot of popular SEO and link building companies are selling links in a very inappropriate fashion based on my experience.
What are Links with Traffic, and how do you get them? I’ve been confused about a ’new standard in links with traffic’ when it was all about links getting traffic from organic rankings.