9 Actionable SEO Strategies That Are Cost Effective And Easy to Implement

SEO Techniques

Once there was a boy who believed that expensive items are the best.

As soon as a new smart phone model is released, he would be the first one to buy it.

His best friend, on the other hand, is his complete opposite.

One day, while they were on a school camping trip, the boy unceasingly bragged about his phones state-of-the-art features.

He used the GPS services even when he didn’t need it, and took pictures of anything he would come across.

His best friend only used his phone whenever necessary.

As darkness came, his phone’s battery died out, which led him to realize that he left his charger at home.

In the end, he had to borrow his best friend’s old phone to keep his parents updated.

This experience completely changed his perspective.

The moral of the story is this:

Being expensive doesn’t always translate to being the best.

In terms of digital marketing, the high cost for search engine optimization does not always guarantee website promotion.

To prove this point, here are 9 actionable SEO strategies that are cost effective and easy to implement.

Table of Contents:

1. Content Creation
2. Resource Page Link Building
3. Broken Link Building
4. The Skyscraper Technique
5. Infographic
6. Link Reclamation
7. Get Interviewed on Podcasts
8. Using Email Outreach
9. Getting Editorial Links

1. Content Creation

Sometimes, we forget that our readers are human beings, too. When they browse the internet, they are on the lookout for informative yet interesting content.

Unfortunately, they are often disappointed by websites filled with empty keywords and pointless content.

To make sure that your visitors are not disappointed, you must focus on providing well-researched, long form content.

Research data reveals that writing long form content improves site ranking because search engines are programmed to give preference to lengthy yet well-written pieces.

Being a complete source of information, audience are immediately drawn to it since it saves them time from conducting further research.

In creating content, it is also important to take note of latent semantic indexing (LSI).

Through this new indexing method, search engines are able to determine which articles are relevant to the keywords through synonyms and related phrases.

Thus, determining the appropriate LSI keywords now take precedence over stuffing.

Perhaps the best example of a website which embodies this SEO strategy is The New Yorker.

Being an online source for news and humor, there is no doubt that The New Yorker has mastered the art of content creation.

Here’s a more definitive example about creating an engaging content, check out: How To Write a Focused Blog Post That Can Attract High Paying Clients to Your Business (Case Study)

Derric Haynie founder of Vulpineinteractive.agency reiterates that; it’s clearly valuable, but also tedious, time consuming, and probably not worth most high-level employees time.

This is why it’s important to:

  • Understand the process
  • Have someone that can actively do this for you, for cheap.

Try doing it yourself for 100 outreaches or so, then create a process and pass it to someone else and manage them.

Diane Domeyer Executive Director Roberthalf.com explains that; SEO is driven by quality content.

Companies that produce articles, blog posts, photos, videos, infographics, guides, etc. can establish themselves as subject matter experts, and attract and build relationships with potential customers.

When people come across helpful or entertaining content, they’re also likely to share it with their network, which further promotes your brand and drives organic search results.

Content creators who have excellent writing, editing, storytelling and data analysis skills are in strong demand.

Finally, let’s hear what Carlijn Postma founder of Thepost.nl has to say:

Have you ever thought about the fact that the story on your website is in text, video and, in a few cases, sound?

Then you must have realized that you need readers, viewers, and listeners… An audience that chooses to consume your content because you are relevant to them.

So you need to create content that really applies to the needs of your audience, whether they are aware of it or not.

But how do you know when you are relevant? To find that out, you need to fill out your ‘audience journey’.

The audience journey is the journey your audience makes from their first need of content until it has become a loyal audience on your own channels.

This journey is based on the hero’s journey that’s used in storytelling to retain the audience during the whole movie.

We’ve used the same 12 steps to identify our audience in every step of the journey.

This gives us insights into their triggers… what’s their motivation to start looking for information or content… and what is their resistance? Why do they stop looking?

And how can we help them to cross the border to the next steps… If you use these insights to create formatted content for your brand and publish it on your website (and of course distribute through different channels), then you exploited the best SEO strategy you can think of.

2. Resource Page Link Building

One of the more laborious search engine optimization techniques is resource page link building.

Link building for SEO works by getting your site featured as one of the resources for certain websites.

In effect, this strategy adds credibility to your website, while also encouraging reader engagement.

To give you a more definitive example, check out The Smart Passive Income Blog.

This blog is in the resource page of blogs focused on driving passive income.

Additionally, it has also been featured on big business magazines such as Forbes and The New York Times.

But how did this blog manage to be featured as a resource page?

Like the first strategy, the secret lies in providing readers with useful content.

Thus, resource page link building has to work hand in hand with content creation.

Julia Karnezis the Education Manager of Topspotims.com reiterates that there are a lot of benefits of making resource pages a target for link building.

From a traditional SEO standpoint, the link you get can pass value to your website and strengthen the authority signals of the page that’s being linked to.

If it’s an internal page on your website that’s being linked, that link can also help with crawling and indexing deeper levels of your website.

And from more of a user perspective, resources pages can be really helpful for people who need more information on a certain subject.

If you have a good enough resource on your website that gets a link, people who find it useful may share it and further extend its reach.

According to Owain Powell the Digital Marketing Manager at Tangent.co.uk resource pages were originally developed for websites to serve users with a small directory of useful partners or closely associated organizations.

A good example of a resource page would provide adequate signage to the user of where they would be redirected to upon clicking through.

As with anything popular on the web, there were those working within the SEO industry seeking to exploit the value of the ‘resource’ page by spamming their own or clients’ websites within these resource pages for no intention other than to try to boost the authority of their own websites.

The issue that resulted was that these resource pages became littered by websites completely irrelevant to the website hosting the resource page, so essentially a black hat dumping ground.

After a clean-up of many of these ill-fated SEO tactics, real intent and purpose is now being brought back to these ‘resource’ pages to serve as useful directories to users looking to find information closely related to the website where the resource page exists.

If updated and managed the correct way, these resource pages can encourage a click-through from a referring site with a great degree of relevancy to your own, which in-turn could benefit your SEO.

And Dan Elson of Iamdanelson.com, stresses that, a reference page is one of the best approaches you can use to improve your SEO.

It allows you to link other to others who you find useful, so websites with useful info to your industry, so that others who find your info of value, can find others too!

So it puts you into being an authority within your industry. And that is what you’re striving for, once people in your industry see you as the go to person, Google will start to see the same too!

Also, you can add backlinks to these resources too, and then hit the site up to get a backlink from them too, with “your site offers so much value, I’ve featured you on my resource page here” and that could end up with your own backlink from that site just because you featured them and reached out!

As an example, check out this awesome resource page link building strategy you can implement.

Looks interesting, right?

3. Broken Link Building

Another cost effective SEO technique is broken link building.

Have you ever experienced clicking a link only to be redirected to an error page?

This is the problem sought to be solved by this strategy.

Broken link building works by having the erroneous link replaced with your own page.

In this way, you are able to promote your page in established websites for low to no costs at all.

Thus, small business owners with limited budgets can greatly benefit from this strategy.

Building an effective SEO campaign through this strategy requires patience and hard work.

Reaching out to owners of websites with broken links is an essential step, so make sure to keep the email as professional and polite as possible.

One of the best examples of a blog effectively using this strategy is MyWorkFromHomeMoney.com.

In fact, its author admitted that broken link building is his favorite SEO strategy in this post.

According to Adam Rowles the Managing Director at Inboundmarketing.com.au, link building can be a time-consuming activity, so it’s very important to find techniques that will result in quality backlinks.

Broken link building is underestimated and solves many problems that other link building techniques have with email rejection.

The reason why link building works so effectively for them is that they’re providing value upfront by identifying a broken link with a solution.

They’ve found it’s important to create a quality content piece, so when you reach out to website prospects, it increases the odds of them returning the favour.

4. The Skyscraper Technique

Like the name implies, the skyscraper technique requires your page to stand above the rest.

To achieve this, you need to get established websites to link back to your content, thus improving your search engine visibility and credibility.

In order to build a skyscraper of a webpage, you must create original and informative content.

An example of an article receiving a lot of backlinks after using this technique is this article from Backlinko.

Notice how the content is well-researched, easy to read, and highly informative.

Once you have link-worthy content, don’t hesitate to reach out to other website owners and promote your page.

But before doing so, it is advised that you plan ahead and conduct a thorough research on your target audience.

Experts also advise that you keep an SEO strategy checklist to ensure effective implementation of this technique.

For example, Kate Neuens advices that, the first thing you have to focus on when using the skyscraper is creating a really great piece of content.

For example, if you are putting together a guide on financing your business because you found a competitor that did it and got link you better put time into making your guide better.

Include infographics, better images, new data, expert tips, and more. You want to be able to reach out to people and show them that, yes, your piece is better and deserves that link.

And when you’re doing outreach for your piece of content, spend time personalizing emails and double checking spelling and grammar.

You’ve spent time and money on a great piece of content, don’t squander this opportunity by doing a crappy job with outreach.

Test subjects, the message in the email, and send times to see what is working best.

You can include trackable links as well to see if people are clicking through and seeing if they are engaging with your content.

Now let’s listen to what Boni Satani the SEO Manager of Zestard.com has to say:

I’ve been using Skyscraper Technique for almost a year now, and the results are GREAT.

An example of such rewarding result is the Skyscraper content I am currently promoting which has already earned 20 links.

Additionally, below are stats of my previous skyscraper campaign:

  • Content 1: 21 Links
  • Content 2: 9 Links
  • Content 3: 20 Links

Why Skyscraper Works:

  • It’s data-driven.
  • It forces you to identify the content idea that has already got tons of backlinks and shares. You are required to Reverse Engineer and Identify what’s already working in your niche and also create a better version of that.

3 Steps to Skyscraper Technique:

  • Identify an outdated content which already has tons of backlinks and shares.
  • You can use the tools such as Ahref, Buzzsumo and Google to identify contents which have gone viral and had tons of backlinks.
  • Improvised the existing content.
  • Add more relevant content as per current trends.
  • Add graphics/Improve content visually.
  • Make it longer and extremely valuable.
  • Reach out to the people who have linked back to that old content.
  • Use Ahref, export the backlinks, and identify the prospect’s name and Email ID.
  • You can use tools such as Findthatlead, Hunter.io or Sell hack to find Email IDs.

Outreaching Script:

Script shared by Brian – works like a Charm, although you can tweak it as per your need. Additionally, include two follow-ups in your email to get high response rate.

Follow-ups are very important.

Approximately, 70 percent of the links we earned is through follow up emails.

Notes:            

  • If you find it hard to spot a proven content in your niche, you can look for ways to broaden up your niche
  • The RIGHT email address of the prospect is SUPER important.
  • Avoid sending emails on Fridays and Mondays – rest of the weekdays works well for me.
  • If your prospect is in the same time zone – I’d highly recommend giving him a call if he does not respond to your follow-up emails. [I think it’s a great way to BUILD relationship].

You can track your emails so that you can know if the prospect opened your email or not.

And that’s why Neil Sheth the founder of Onlywayonline.com advises that; creating skyscraper content is a good way of demonstrating your deep expertise on a particular topic which gives you the power of building trust with your target audience at scale.

Creating skyscraper technique puts you in a position where your content the obvious choice for other websites to mention and refer to.

Yes, it takes longer to do right, but when it’s worthy of links and shares, the effort is easily surpassed by the promotion benefits.

5. Infographic

Among these SEO strategies and techniques, there is no doubt that the use of infographics is the most popular.

Infographics refer to the simplified visual representation of any information or process.

Its primary goal is to convey the message to readers in an interesting yet simple manner.

Because of its sharable nature, an infographic has the potential to reach a wide audience – which also translates to an increase in your website’s organic traffic.

To further guarantee the success of your infographic campaign, you can reach out to established social media influencers to help you share your content.

It is also worth knowing that there are a lot of infographic design tutorials available out there.

To give you an idea of what an infographic looks like, you can check out this example from Trustmypaper: “15 Terrifying Statistics On Your Cellphone Addiction”.

How WordStream Got the World’s Attention Through Effective Infographics is a must read: It shows you how you can get media attention through creating an engaging Infographic.

According to Maria Johnsen, Infographic marketing is an important component in SEO and your online marketing. She recommends you submit your inforgraphic manually.

Most of the inforgraphic submission tools are spammy and may hurt your brand and get your website black listed.

Because if one of these infographic directory owners is unhappy with the automated submission he or she can create a problem for your website and brand.

You must add inforgraphic to your digital marketing campaign. If it is done right, it helps with SEO, traffic and you can even generate sales for your business.

Selling is hard, so you have to use all processes in online marketing to sell your products or services.

I interacted with Victor Clarke Bebetterdomore.com and he told me that Infographics are really good at presenting information in a way that is easy to understand, fun to read and visually pleasing to look at.

This tends to make them popular items for viewers to share with their networks.

Because they are so often shared, they can have a positive impact on your organic search results.

As links to your infographic content are shared and discussed on social media your website’s notoriety will increase and this will encourage search engines to rank your content higher up on search pages, driving, even more, traffic to your site.

The key to this is making sure the infographic you make is something that people will find helpful and/or interesting enough for them to want to share it with their own connections.

And when I connected with Jack Terry Content Executive at Relationsgroup.co.uk he told me that Infographics are a great medium which can display a lot of information in a visually appealing and engaging way that is easy to digest.

Lots of text or statistics can be hard to understand. Infographics show this information, and bring it to life.

People learn in different ways, and infographics can help explain things that might otherwise be difficult to explain or understand.

They can be shared across websites and social media, and boost your SEO through backlinks.

If you keep creating high-quality content, people will want to go back to you as a source of information.

6. Link Reclamation

Although most of these techniques require starting a campaign from scratch, there are other effective SEO services, like link reclamation, which merely corrects inaccurate linkages.

Link reclamation refers to the strategy where you search the web for pages where you have been mentioned but not properly linked to, then reach out to have that link fixed.

To understand how this strategy works, we must keep in mind that search engines crawl the web through links.

Thus, having them properly pointed to your website would greatly affect how you rank on the search results page.

Additionally, link reclamation is perhaps the easiest out of the four link building techniques we have discussed.

The reason for this is that you already have an established group of people who believe in your content, so asking them to correct their links wouldn’t be a problem.

An example of a blog which has effectively used link reclamation to its advantage is SearchEngineJournal.com.

Saija Mahon founder and CEO of Mahondigital.co.uk believes link reclamation/link building is a very effective and cost effective strategy (long term) to gain more visibility for your business website as you will build up authority, reputation and ultimately valuable traffic that will most likely turn into sales and ROI.

The more high authority links you have pointing back to your website, the more effectively major search engines such as Google will rank you.

Matthew Edgar reiterates that Link reclamation is vital to earning higher search rankings and almost every site has opportunities here.

Content changes, sites are redesigned, and developers “accidentally” delete redirect code all the time.

When these changes happen, it is easy for links to be broken and rankings to be lost.

Just by reclaiming lost links, I’ve had clients who jump from page 2+ to page 1 and see a massive spike in traffic and conversions as a result.

Beyond the ranking benefits of regaining lost links, link reclamation can also help improve UX and brand reputation too–indirectly helping to further boost SEO.

After all, people clicking on broken links to your website and getting an error page creates a terrible experience and makes people think poorly about your brand.

As an example, clients who have reclaimed links to blog content have not only seen higher rankings for those blog posts but also seen increased shares and traffic from social and email channels too.

And Christopher Mills the Managing Director of Imoddigital.com says that; it’s commonplace for website owners to change things with their websites and often pages get deleted but inbound links aren’t recovered.

Each time a page is removed from a website you lose all the inbound links that were pointing to that page and this could be detrimental to your website’s authority.

When a page is removed, either a redirect needs to be put in place, or better, you contact the website that used to link to you and ask them to change their link to a new page on your website.

We’ve seen websites drop terribly in rankings when this isn’t done and simply by implementing redirects and reaching out for link changes we’ve managed to recover these website’s previous rankings.

This is one of the biggest problems we come across and it’s not hugely technical.

The same applies for a website address change, take the time to carefully ensure that all inbound links are preserved.

One step further, is building a relationship with the website owner who links to you, if they’ve linked to you before they might be interested in linking to you again!

Additionally Andi Jarvis Founder and Strategy Director of Eximomarketingstrategy.com stresses that for someone like him, link reclamation is always his starting point for improving search results. Why? Because most of the hard work is already done!

If you’ve ever tried to pitch content marketing ideas to a site or even have a press release placed, you’ll know it’s tricky.

But with link reclamation, you’re working with sites that already feature your brand.

So be human, be personal, be nice and reach out asking if the site owner will add a link back to your site.

Andi found his best results are from tracking down a person by name on social media (avoid sending requests to [email protected]) and tailoring the message to them. Often success rates are over 90%… so what are you waiting for?

Finally, Stoney G deGeyter founder and CEO of Polepositionmarketing.com says that with the not-so-long-ago changes in how Google handled redirects (they no longer lose PageRank) it’s assumed that link reclamation is a dead strategy.

However, that assumes that all your old URLs will redirect, and that is often not the case.

Especially when we are talking about URLs that have changed through multiple iterations of your website.

Link reclamation can be valuable when cleaning up old redirects. You can either re-redirect these old URLs or you can attempt to have the off-site links updated.

Keep in mind, Google may not always pass 100% of link value with redirects. What is left alone now can be the source of disaster should Google ever change their mind (again.)

7. Get Interviewed on Podcasts

Podcasts aren’t exactly a new concept, but its use as an SEO tool is fairly new.

In fact, not a lot of website owners realize the potential of using podcasting to promote their page.

An advantage of podcasts is the fact that you get to appeal to a wide audience.

These podcasts often have listeners from all over the globe, and these are the same people who are most likely to be interested in what you have to offer.

Another advantage is its personal approach. Getting interviewed in podcasts makes listeners feel as though you are talking to them directly.

It also makes you seem more approachable and trustworthy.

You can listen to podcasts from Rainmaker.FM for examples.

David Jenyns Founder & Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Melbourneseoservices.com points that getting yourself on podcasts as a guest is a fantastic strategy for multiple reasons.

Firstly there’s the SEO benefit. As you would imagine when someone interviews you they’ll often put your website address and any other relevant links in their show notes.

Often times these are “follow” link which means you get the full SEO benefit. So, it’s low risk and has high potential SEO value.

Secondly it’s just a great marketing strategy to get in front of new audiences. Being interviewed gives you great positioning and introduces you to a new audience.

Just remember to offer high value and a reason for people to find out more about you and visit your site.

Long story short, it’s just a great SEO strategy because you’re not just doing it for the sole purpose of building a backlink… you’re adding genuine value to your prospects!

Marcus Miller SEO & Digital Marketing Consultant reiterates that, search engines are only getting cleverer.

The old school tactics in which SEO often meant having to game the system are almost entirely behind us.

And any forward-looking SEO strategy will be based on good marketing principles. But links still matter.

They matter big time. But they have to be natural, editorial links to have an impact. So the best SEO strategy is still to create something amazing and then promote it.

They tend to call this a linkable asset at my SEO agency, Bowler Hat. And podcasts are a great way to promote things to a wide audience.

If you can use podcasts to drive visits to something of value on your site and then make it easy for people to link to and promote your asset then you are generating the right kind of links that will help your SEO.

8. Using Email Outreach

Reaching out to websites offering similar content is another effective SEO strategy.

Email outreach works by paving the way for proper link exchanges.

And as we all know, having a lot of links pointed to your website improves your search result ranking.

To guarantee the success of your email outreach campaign, you must be able to draft an attention-grabbing email.

Keep in mind that your recipient gets a lot of emails per day, so your title must be appealing on its own.

You must also keep yourself from sounding too promotional to avoid being dismissed as spam.

Another important step is to identify your target audience. Fortunately, various tools like Findthat.email makes this task easier for you.

An example of a blog using email outreach to boost its statistics is SEMRush.com.

In fact, the blog also contains tips on how to draft a creative yet professional email.

Don Milne Strategic Partnerships Manager of Digital360.com.au explains that, if your email outreach is going to be effective, you need to put some effort into standing out from the pack.

Serious influencers are pitched to all the time, so you need to make it clear that this is a genuine, bespoke email, targeted directly at them and only them.

Take the time to read the website you’re prospecting. Read their articles and then reference them in your pitch.

And make sure you find a contact name. If your email begins with “Greetings sir,” or “Hello there,” you can expect to be deleted on the spot.

At a bare minimum, if you can’t find any name at all, then address your email “To the team at xyz.” At least then you’re showing that this isn’t a bulk email send,

Show effort. If you don’t, then why should your recipient?

Shounakgupte.com stresses that site links are very crucial for any website because they determine its authority and raise ranking.

Unlike in the past when any link would work, search engines are using complex algorithms that only factor natural links.

One way of getting these natural links is using email outreach campaigns.

  • Start by picking and working on a straightforward subject: Picking a straightforward subject makes the targeted influencer want to get involved.

The target at this point is avoiding vague subjects. Ensure to mention your blog name as well as the opportunity for the influencer.

  • Demonstrate the benefits for the influencer: To get influencers linking back to your site, it is important to demonstrate the associated benefits. The benefits might include;
  • Getting featured as a paid blogger or collaborator.
  • Allocation to an exclusive feature.

Many influencers thrive in knowing their authority is increasing. Therefore, your email outreach campaign should be inclined towards that.

  • Make the involvement light: Influencers are very busy people. They do not want to come and start doing every task for you.

Therefore, you need to lighten their involvement, make it direct, and link to the target goals.

As you craft the outreach with these three benchmarks, know that the targeted influencers will only reply and link back if the email campaign is carefully thought of.

Remember to also work on the brand image by perfecting other marketing efforts.

And that’s why Joseph Yaacoub points that online influencer marketing is one of the most efficient, and at the same time, most organic ways of spreading the word about your brand, driving traffic to your blog or website, boosting your conversion rates, and increasing your income as a result of all that.

But most of us, including influencers, are extremely busy and will delete your email without even opening it.

On the other hand, if we do open it, getting our response is not that difficult, provided that there’s something in it for us and that shows how persistent you are.

Keep in mind that there’s a human like yourself on the other side of the screen, therefore:

  • Be yourself and show your personality.
  • Make the influencer’s benefits clear.
  • Provide value.
  • Ends with action steps.

Always follow up

9. Getting Editorial Links

Another surefire strategy to boost your search rankings is getting links from authoritative websites, also known as editorial links.

Being linked by authoritative website benefits your page in various ways.

Aside from getting traffic from the website’s target audience, you also build your name as a trusted authority on the subject.

However, earning editorial links naturally takes a lot of effort on your part to come up with high quality articles worth being mentioned on authoritative websites.

An example of a website which has naturally earned editorial links is Copyblogger.com.

So, how can you earn an editorial link naturally?

According to Donna Duncan founder of B-seenontop.com you need subscribe to HARO (Help a Reporter Out) and read their thrice daily email blasts.

Each blast consists of a list of topics for which published authors are seeking an opinion.

Scan the list, if there is something that you can genuinely add value to, respond quickly and succinctly, making sure you provide exactly what’s needed. Not every tip results in an editorial backlink, but some do.

Her second tip would be to join twitter and connect with thought leaders in your niche. Participate and engage. Add value.

Stand out as an expert in your field that is willing to help others. Don’t just be self-promotional.

Here again, authors will sometimes ask for help and, if you’re paying attention, you might be able to insert a helpful contribution.

Mariehaynes.com takes a more direct approach: One of her favorite ways to get natural editorial links from authoritative sites is to utilize HARO (Help a Reporter Out).

You can set up Gmail filters so that only the HARO requests that contain your keywords come to your inbox. They’ve had pretty good success getting links for clients this way.

Now It’s Your Turn

Your promotional needs will determine which SEO package will work best for your website.

SEO for small business websites and blogs are often the most affordable, while those for more established businesses rank high on the SEO pricing scale.

Nonetheless, promoting your page through Search Engine Optimization does not have to drill a hole on your pocket.

The cost of SEO may have increased over the years, but there are still a lot of cheap SEO packages and strategies available if you know where to look, and how to use them.

Thus, these cost-effective strategies aim to help you make the most of what you paid for.

And with consistent efforts, you will be able to see the results in no time.

For guaranteed results, try to use all of these strategies collectively.

Which strategy do you think is the most cost effective?

Leave your thoughts below.

Comments

  1. Really stoked to see the article go live, it turned out fantastically. I hope people will take the time to read it because there’s a lot of action within! Thank you for the mention too.

  2. Beautiful article! Very informative.

  3. Such a great article. My head typically spins every time I read a long post on how to get backlinks. Not the case with your post. Yeah! Thank you for laying everything out in such a comprehensive and digestible way.

  4. Love this! Another great article. I never could really wrap my head around why someone would link to my site if they had a broken link, but I get it now! Thank you 🙂

  5. Thanks for the wonderful post! I personally believe that Resource Page Link Building is one the finest techniques to earn quality backlinks. One can get quality backlinks from high authority sites.

    • Bill Acholla says:

      Yes, I agree with you Manju, resource page link building is one of the finest natural link building. Thanks for your additional insight.

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