Aside from Google, there are other search engines that people are using to market their sites, products and services. Of course, every online entrepreneur knows that Bing and Yahoo are among these search engines.
There is not knowledge on what Bing requires out of a website for rankings. Bing’s Rick Dejarnette has shared some of the rules for link building for Bing. It has been noted that the policy of Bing regarding link building is somewhat similar to what Google’s policy is.
To establish rankings, Bing puts much emphasis on quality lings. This is also what Google emphasizes. Dejarnette, however, advised that automatically believe that quality links will instantly produce the desired result. There must be a continuous investment in one’s effort in link building partnered that goes with originality and time.
DO’s for Link Building with Bing
1. Consistency in developing a site as a business brand.
2. Search for a quality SEO professional expert that has knowledge of your site and site content; bloggers and etc.
3. Circulate press releases that are brief but informative.
4. Submit quality articles to every available article directors.
5. Join in forums or blogs that you think are related to your site, and which you can refer back to your site and site content.
6. Join social networking media to connect to those who have influence in the industry you are onto (be sure you have links of your site entered in your profile).
7. Build an email newsletter which has a announcements of new contents.
8. Open a forum or blog on your website.
9. Endeavor to become a trustworthy expert within the industry you are a part in campaigning for your website.
10. Join significant trade organizations most particularly in their on line forums.
Don’t’s for Link Building with Bing
The following no-no’s are what will make the staff of Bing do in-depth scrutiny of your website:
1. Sudden onslaught of increase in the number of inbound links.
2. Usage of hidden links in your site’s pages
3. Linkages with famous web spammers and sites.
4. Numerous comings of inbound links from unimportant comments from blogs or from sites not at all related to your business website.
5. Getting inbound links from banned sites and the likes.