16th October Means Dictionary Day: Dr Birbal Jha

 New Delhi, 16th October 2021: 16th of October is annually observed as Dictionary Day in the annals of cyclic and celebratory days of a year to understand and appreciate the import of a dictionary in our life.

 

Noticeably, it is our speech that makes us distinct with instinct from animals.  Therefore, selection of words as well as understanding of their usage plays a vital role in our verbal communications whatsoever, wheresoever and whensoever.

 

 Hence, marking the date as an occasion of Dictionary Day is of course inculcating a sense of positive reception of adding values to our communication skills that make us stand out from the crowd. So, there is no denying that celebrating the day is purely imbibing the spirit of  literary value addition to ourselves.

 

Though a dictionary is supposed to be a mere reference book, not a reading one, yet it is more advisable for one and all to play with it for a larger grasp and cause. In this direction, making a habit of looking up a dictionary must be fostered and encouraged.  

Historically, Dictionary Day began in honour of Noah Webster’s birthday as Teachers’ day in India began in commemorating the first Vice President of the country Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday. 

Legendary Webster, considered as the Father of the American Dictionary was born on October 16, 1758 there. The observance of the day lays emphasis on the very import of learning while using dictionary skills and enhancing our word power.

 


Mark it, it was 1806 when Noah Webster published his first dictionary. It was namely ‘Compendious Dictionary of the English Language’. Soon after that, he began compiling an expanded and fully comprehensive dictionary which resulted in the American Dictionary of the English Language in 1807. It took him around twenty-seven years to complete the project of compiling the dictionary for public perusal.

 

Webster had the phonetic approach to the development of his dictionary. Interestingly, the word didn’t appear when Webster published his dictionary in 1828 at the age of seventy. The dictionary with 70,000 entries sold 2500 copies. In 1840, the second edition was published in two volumes. To cheer up, Webster’s 1828 Dictionary is available online for free.


Dr Birbal Jha is a noted author and the Managing Director of Lingua Multiservices Pvt Ltd having a popular trademark brand ‘British Lingua’. He is credited with having created a revolution in English training with the slogan ‘English for all’ in India. His contributions of words like ‘Paag’ to English dictionaries are fully appreciated.

Basic SEO Terms and their Meanings

 Today we will know about some Basic SEO Terms and their meanings. SEO is search engine optimization. When you search for something in Google, it shows you its results. It only shows you the results with which your search term matches. Whatever bloggers and website owners are, they optimize their content in such a way that they come in search results. This is what is called SEO. If you are interested in digital marketing, then it is very important for you to be aware of it. There are many terms of SEO, if you do not know about them then you will not be able to understand it.


Unless you know the English alphabets A to Z, you will not be able to make any word or sentence. Similarly, it is important to know about the basic terms of SEO. As a beginner, I have told you some terms of SEO and their meaning below. Do these before you go to Advanced. In this way, you will slowly remember all the terms, when you will make practical use of them.

Alt Text: This is done in images. With the help of this, the search engine gets to know what this image is about.

Anchor Text: Used to link to another page. You can do it in the image as well.

Backlink: This is a link that is done from another site to your site.

Black Hat SEO: This technique is used to rank your site in search engines quickly. But it is not safe and it puts you at risk of getting penalty.

Bot/Spider/Crawler/GoogleBot: Search Engine sends its bots to other sites. Through which he could read the contents of your site. This is an automatic process.

Keyword: This is a phrase or sentence, which people search in the search engine. Keywords are of two types; Short Tail and Long Tail. The keyword which lasts up to 1-3 words is called Short Tail and the keywords with more than that are called Long Tail.

Meta Data: The search engine does this to make the search results appear properly.

Meta Title: This is the title of your article or website that describes your content.

Meta Description: It is used in the search result to describe the content.

No-Follow: This is an attribute which is used in anchor text. With this the search engine understands that the app is not following that link. It is used in external link.

On Page SEO: The technique you use in your site to make your website or blog post SEO friendly is called On Page SEO. In this you have to optimize texts, images, tags, URL structure, internal links, headers.

Off Page SEO: The technique used to improve the ranking position of your website in Search Engine is called Off Page SEO.

Robot.txt File: This file is an art to communicate with the search engine robots and tells them which site to index and which page to index and which page not.


Pagerank (PR): Google gives a rank to every website and page from 0 to 10 by looking at the quality of their site and SEO score. Whose more his page ranks better in Google. But more PR updates are not coming from last year.

SEO: Search Engine Optimization. This is a process to improve the search engine score of your website. Good SEO decides which page of your page will appear in the search results.

Sitemap: Sitemap contains the details of all the contents of your blog or website. By submitting it to the search engine, he is able to read all your pages well.

White Hat SEO: This is called good quality SEO technique. Due to which it takes time to rank your page, but you are completely safe from penalty.

Know your SEO in this post and some basic terms of SEO. In future, I will keep giving you more such information. If you want to know about SEO in details, then do not forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. 


Nobel Peace Prize: 6 winners who remained in controversies and the case for not honoring Gandhi

 Nobel Peace Prize being given since 1991

The Nobel Peace Prize for 2021 was announced on Friday. This year's Nobel Peace Prize has been announced to be awarded to Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov. Both of them have been given this award for their efforts to protect the freedom of expression.

"Both have tried to protect the freedom of speech which is an essential condition of democracy and peace," said a tweet by the Nobel Prize-winning body.

Maria Ressa is a well-known Philippine journalist who runs a website called Repler. Due to asking difficult questions to the government, he has also faced many problems in the Philippines. Ressa was born in the Philippines but moved to America as a child. He studied at Princeton University.

Dmitry Muratov is also a journalist and has founded an independent newspaper named Novaja Gazeta. He has been advocating freedom of speech in Russia for decades.

The winner of this prestigious award gets an amount close to eight and a half crores. These two have been selected out of 329 candidates. The Nobel is one of the biggest prizes in the world. The Nobel Peace Prize is one of the six prizes that were instituted by Swedish scientist, businessman and philanthropist Alfred Noble.

 

But because of its connection to politics, the Peace Prize has been more controversial than the other five Nobel Prizes. We are telling here about some people who got into controversy over the award and one person who was criticized for not giving the award.



Barack Obama

Many people objected to the awarding of the Nobel Prize to former US President Barack Obama. Obama himself was surprised to receive this award.

In his biography published in the year 2020, he wrote that his first reaction after the announcement of the award was, "For what".

He had become president nine months earlier, and critics said it was a hasty decision. The nomination process for the Nobel Prize ended just 12 days after Obama took office.

In 2015, the director of the Nobel Institute, Ger Lundeston, told the BBC that the committee that took this decision later regretted it.

Yasir Arafat

Former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was given this award in 1994 for the Oslo peace agreement with the then Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Robin and Israel's Foreign Minister Shimon Peres.

The agreement brought a hope of resolving the Israel-Palestinian dispute.

It was criticized in Israel and other countries because Arafat had previously been involved in paramilitary activities.

There was controversy over this decision in the Nobel Committee. One member, Kair Christinesen, resigned in protest against the decision.


 Aung San Suu Kyi

In 1991, Suu Kyi was awarded this award for her peaceful movement against Myanmar's military rule.

But 20 years later, Aung San Suu Kyi was accused of human rights abuses and murder of Rohingya Muslims while she was supreme leader. The UN called it a 'genocide'.

There was also a demand to withdraw the Nobel Prize from Aung San Suu Kyi, but the rules of the Nobel Prize do not allow this.


 Abi ahmed

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was awarded this award in December 2020. This award was given to him for trying to resolve the long-running disputes with the neighboring country Eritrea.

But only after a year, questions started arising on this decision.

The international community raised questions as to whether Ahmed's military deployment to northern Tigri was justified.

Thousands of people had to lose their lives fighting there. The United Nations called it a "tragic tragedy". 

 

Wangari Mathai

In 2004, the former Kenyan social worker became the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.

But after his statement related to HIV and AIDS came to the fore, he was criticized a lot.

Mathai said that the HIV virus is an artificially created biological weapon and it is designed to eliminate black people.

There is no scientific evidence to substantiate his claim.


 Henry Kissinger

In 1973, the then US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

Kissinger's name was associated with the secret bombing campaign in Cambodia and the brutal military rule in South America, so many questions were raised about his name.

Kinsinger was given this honor along with Vietnamese leader Le Duc Tho, who had made a significant contribution to stopping the Vietnam War.


 Gandhi did not get Nobel Prize

The Nobel Peace Prize has also been in discussion due to not being given to many people.

Perhaps at the top of these names is Mahatma Gandhi. Despite being nominated several times, Gandhi was not given this honor.

In 2006, Norwegian historian and then chairman of the Peace Prize Committee, Ger Lundestad, said that not honoring Gandhi's achievements was one of the biggest mistakes in Nobel history.

 

 

What is On Page SEO and how to increase blog traffic with it?

 If you are aware of SEO then you will definitely know what is On Page SEO. There is no doubt that the internet is a very noisy marketplace. There are crores of websites and blogs here, while thousands of blogs are being created every day. In such a situation, it is really a very difficult task to make a separate identity of your own website. On the other hand, if there is no rank in the first page of the search engine, then there is a big problem of traffic.

You must be wondering how to increase the traffic of your blog. On Page SEO is the only weapon so that you can rank your website properly, as well as make it visible on the internet.

Over the years, these on-page “rules” have changed a lot as Google always wants to provide the best results to its viewers. Now in a standard search result page, such pages are shown in which you may not find the exact match query or keyword in their title tag or meta description.

Now we are dealing with many ranking algorithms in which Hummingbird, Panda, Rankbrain and semantic etc. are the main ones in the page. Now Google is becoming increasingly smart. In such a situation, your on-page strategies will also have to be improved.


There are many people who just start their blog but they do not know anything about SEO and how to implement them together.

In simple language, SEO is Search Engine Optimization. These are called techniques that if a blogger implements in his web pages, then he can easily rank his articles in google. And the better you rank, the more traffic is likely to come to your blog.

Now, we can divide SEO into two separate categories; On-Page SEO and Off-Page SEO.

On-Page SEO refers to everything that you can do in your website so that it can be easily ranked in search engines, page titles, internal linking, meta tags and descriptions, etc. are the main ones.

Off-Page SEO refers to all those things that you can do outside your website and with this help you to rank high in search engines. In this, social networking, article submission, forum and blog marketing, etc. are the main ones.

That's why today I thought that why should you people be given complete information about what is On-Page SEO and also how you can use these On-Page SEO techniques in your blogs properly. Then without delay let's start.

What is On-Page SEO

On-page SEO (also called on-site SEO), refers to the multiple components of a website so that that website can be optimized properly.

The goal in this is that the pages of the site should be set in such a way that it is visible in the top pages of search engines and can capture more traffic. To do this, you have to optimize its content, architecture and HTML code.

Every factor of On-Page SEO is controlled by you in the interface of your website. That's why it is very important to do it in the right way.


Where On-page refers to both content and HTML source code of a page, Off-page SEO refers to links and other external signals. When both SEO techniques are used in the true sense, then they will definitely help in making your pages rank higher in Google.

A user stays in a new website for only about 8 secs, to interact with that website. At the same time, the more interaction and engagement there will be, the more users will be in your site, the better will be their experience.

If On Page SEO is implemented in the true sense then you will definitely see a boost in the traffic of your blog.

How to do On Page SEO (On Page SEO tutorial)

 

On-page SEO includes all those on-site techniques that you can implement in your webpages so that they rank higher in the SERP.

It uses both content and technical elements to improve the quality of the page, so the better you do on-page SEO, the more chances are that your website will get more relevant traffic.


By the way, there are many different technical aspects of On Page SEO tutorial which can be optimized, the main ones are:

·        Title tags

·        Headings

·        URL structure

·        Alt text for images

·        Site speed

·        Internal links

·        Meta descriptions

·        Responsiveness

On Page SEO Techniques

Let us now know about some of the best practices of On Page SEO. We can use these On Page SEO techniques in our articles, so that we can easily do On Page SEO.

#1 Title Tags

Title Tags are those HTML elements that you use to name a webpage and they are displayed in the SERPS as the clickable result title.

Each title tag should be unique, descriptive, along with it should provide information about that page, what that page is about, they also have to optimize with a keyword and their length should be within 60 characters.

#2 Headings

Headings are the titles that you give to your content, and they should be in H1 format for better results. Headings should always be more focused on relevant and descriptive words, along with this they should be optimized with keywords, so that it does not seem like stuff at all.


Along with this, you can also break your content into small parts, for this you can use subheadings (H2 to H6), but note that do not repeat keywords or phrases too much in the post.

#3 URL Structure

The importance of URL structure increases when search engines determine how relevant a page is to a query, and it must be a bit descriptive depending on the subject of the page. If you want, you can also optimize URLs with keywords, as long as they are relevant. For example a better URL structure would be https://hindime.net/on-page-SEO if we compare it with this URL then https://hindime.net/123456).

#4 Alt text

Alt text or alternative text provides more information to search engines about an image, although it is mostly used to describe images for web visitors who cannot see them.

Therefore, alt text should be very specific and descriptive. For image content, it should be 125 characters or less, and it should be optimized by keywords or phrases only if they are appropriate.

#5 Page load speed

Page load speed is very important because slow-loading pages have higher bounce rates: A survey has revealed that 47% of people want their site to open within 2 to 4 secs, and about 40% Percentage goes away only after 4 secs.

In such a situation, it has been seen that search engines penalize those slow-loading pages with a lower ranking, so be aware of speeding up the page speed of your blog.

#6 Internal links

Internal links, they help the visitors a lot to navigate the site easily, as well as they help the search engines to understand your site and index the pages, so that you can easily You can get higher rank. The least you can do is to link back each page of your site with its category or subcategory page.

#7 Meta descriptions

Meta descriptions are mostly brief but have different descriptions that expand into title tags, they summarize the content of the page and tell web users why they should read your content in another place. This meta description is visible below the title and URL, it should be limited to 160 characters.

#8 Responsiveness

Responsiveness is a design element that ensures that your page will display correctly on any device, including mobile devices and desktops. This is going to be an important factor even further because gradually people from all over the world are using mobile devices for online search.

#9 Keywords

Keywords: The most important element is the keywords. It is like the eight that binds your on-page SEO strategy to each other, they can be mixed with all the technical elements so that the right viewer can reach you at the right time.

To make them more effective, keywords will have to be researched and selected carefully, apart from this, they should be implemented in a very natural way in the content so that the problem of stuffing does not arise.

Importance of Content in On-Page SEO

While the technical aspects are important, on-page SEO has a very important element of content because this is the thing that brings traffic to your site.

But in the present times, such content is not of any importance, rather the current web users are always in search of relevant, interesting, engaging, and informative content which can fulfill their needs.

By the way, there are many types of these contents such as

• Blogs

• Web page copy

• Videos

• Infographics

• Podcasts

• Whitepapers

• Ebooks

• Interviews

• Case studies

• Original research

• Reviews

• Instructional articles

• Quizzes and poles

At the same time, one important thing is also that viewers do not like those contents which require login, or whether it is any copyrighted material etc.

What is the difference between On Page SEO and Off Page SEO?

If you ask any SEO expert, you will get only one answer that for the success of your blog, you need both on page SEO and off page SEO. When it comes to the search engine rankings of your blog, then both these things work completely differently.

So let us know what is the difference between these two. To understand this, one has to go to the very basic level that how the search engine works.

When the search engine is evaluating a site, then it mainly keeps two things in mind in the web.


1. On-page SEO This shows what your site (or your page) is about.

2. Off-page SEO This shows how authoritative and popular your site is

Simply put, then, on-page factors are used to know whether you want to rank, while how high you can rank, for this you have to use off-page factors.

Off-Page SEO is called the set of factors that occur in other websites and which help to improve the position of your website in search engine results pages (SERPs).

Some of the major factors of Off page SEO are:

• Links that are in other websites and which point to your website

• Referring to your brand across the web

• User behavior and engagement on your website

• Shares in Social Media

In Off-Page SEO, mainly the promotion of your website in other websites is also considered in many ways. For example, link building and promotion in social media.

Why is it important to do On Page SEO?

Most people have only basic knowledge of SEO, in which they only know how to place keywords on the page in on-page SEO. There is no intersection in the fact that keywords are very important for On Page Optimization, but along with it there are many other things which are very important to know and implement.

Soon you will know about it, in on-page optimization:

• keywords

• copywriting

• media

• links

• User Experience (UX)

• And with more conversions.

It is very important to understand and execute all the on-page SEO factors properly because only through this you can rank higher in google.

What is the Importance of a User-Friendly Website in On-Page SEO?

On-Page factors include both the front end (content) of your site as well as the backend (HTML code).

Google's algorithm tracks the quality and user-friendliness of your website, in this way how:

1. Their bot crawler interacts with the backend and

2. That's how real humans interact with the front end

Before going to other on page factors, let us know why a user friendly website keeps them tied together.

You can keep things under control in your site but you cannot control how long users will stay in your site. A user-friendly website encourages human engagement.

If the content of the front end is not that much appealing, user-friendly and relevant then most people will move to other websites.

So when you perform On-Page SEO, then keep in mind that a user-friendly experience means that when someone comes to your website page:

• They should clearly understand what your webpage is about

• This page should fulfill their search intent or be relevant to them (their search keywords).

• They should feel that this page is very useful and it will also increase the ranking of the page.

What are the Major Factors of On-Page SEO?

Although there are many factors of On-Page SEO Tips, but let us know about some specific factors. Actually these factors can be divided into two parts, the first is the front-end and the second is the backend factors.

Front-End Factors:

These are called those factors which are visible or visible to the users who come to visit the site. Let's know more about them

• Value — Does your article provide value to the users? Headline, topics, and images are the main ones in these things.

• User Experience — Does your site load quickly? Is it easy to navigate? Can it be opened easily in any device?

• Keywords and Content — Are your keywords and content optimized for search? In other words, do you use keywords and phrases that users are actually looking for in search engines?

Backend Factors:

Whereas in the backend, Google is forming some opinions according to the relevance of your page, which includes some things such as:

Bot-friendliness — Is your data organized so that Google's search engine bots can easily scroll through them and know what topic they are for?

Metadata — Do your HTML codes contain any information about your page? Such as meta descriptions, URLs, and title tags etc.

Mobile-friendliness — is your site optimized for mobile viewing? Is your site design responsive?

Both the front end and backend matter of a website when it comes to SEO.

On Page SEO or Off Page SEO: Which is More Important?

It is not at all correct to say that On Page SEO is better or Off Page SEO, then it has become such a thing that the foundation of the house is more important or the roof. On-Page and Off-Page SEO both work together and with this search engine rankings can be improved.

Just like everything has a different importance for a house, in the same way, along with the foundation, the roof is also important. Not only is building a house everything, but it is equally important to maintain it from time to time.

Therefore it is very important to give equal importance to everything in SEO.

Why is on-page SEO important?

On-page SEO is so important because Google uses many factors of on-page SEO to rank web pages. The most important of these is a unique and powerful content. This is because the on-page factors are the ones that are used to engage or engage the user, which automatically improves the ranking of your site.

How long does it take for Google to rank your page?

It may take a few hours to even months for Google to rank your page. There are many factors that work behind it, including your content quality, crawl budget, page speed, UX design, etc.

What is SEO Score?

SEO Score is called the criterion that tells us how well our site contributes to search engine optimization. That is, how the user-facing and technical aspects of our site contribute. At the same time, from the SEO score, we also know whether our site is worthy of good ranking and better traffic on Google or any other search engine.

What did you learn today?

I hope that I have given you complete information about what is On Page SEO and I hope you have understood about On Page SEO.



What is backlink and how to create high quality backlink?

 When a beginner steps into the field of blogging, he has a lot of desire to get traffic and that is why he starts taking information about search engine optimization. In the meantime, we get to hear about this word i.e. what is backlink (What is Backlink ) and how to make high-quality backlink?


Hearing this, it just keeps going on in the mind that what is it and how many types are there. Why is it necessary to make it as well as what are its benefits. If you do not create a backlink, then the ranking of the post will not increase and the post will come on the first page or not. Knowing what SEO is and how to do it, not everyone can understand the reason why the post does not rank after a long time has passed.

I will share my experience here and I will also tell you what and how much effect I have seen in the post of making backlinks.

I am writing this post only after the completion of 2 years of blogging because I wanted to collect complete information about backlinks and see its practical effect, only then I will tell you about it so that all the information will work. Come in

Let us now know what is a backlink and why it is important (What is Backlink) Apart from this, let us also talk about what are the types of backlinks and how to create high quality backlinks.

What is Backlink ?

Backlink is also called as incoming link or inbound link in a way. When our website is connected with another website with the help of a link and gives way to come to our website from that website, then it is called backlink.

You all must know Wikipedia very well and perhaps you will also know that you can also write articles as an author.

So, let's say that you have written an article there and have given a link to your post there for reference and have given complete detail information on the related topic in your blog, then any reader who comes to Wikipedia will read it. That reader should also come to your site from the link left there.

In this way Google gets a signal that traffic is coming to your site via Wikipedia and your site trust will buildup and ranking will also start improving.

Backlinks in a way create the identity of the new blog. When a blog is linked to many big websites, then Google also recognizes that the site is good and big websites refer to it.


Whenever you write a post and create a backlink for it, then it does not take much time to rank in Google. On the other hand, if you do not create a backlink, then it takes a long time to rank the post.

You must have heard the name of many such good and reputed websites like Quora, reddit, etc. The ranking and reputation of all these websites is very good, but apart from these, there are many websites which are included in the name of good website and from where you can get quality backlinks.

Why are backlinks necessary?

In blogging, we give information or service to people through our blog. But for this it is also necessary to reach the people, in which optimization plays an important role.

 

Meaning that without optimization our blog cannot reach people. Google is the search engine that is used the most and people search for information through this.

Now here Google puts those websites on the first page whose SEO is very good and whose content is very good and updates the information with time, they always remain on the first page.

But this is not the case with the new website because the trust level of the blog is nothing for Google and the domain authority is also negligible.

In this condition, there is only one way by which we can increase the domain authority of our blog so that Google trusts our blog. That way is to create backlinks.

Let us understand the importance of backlink with an example. Suppose you have gone to a new city and no one knows you there.

You must have often seen that people go to a new place and give a party and invite the big people of that city by giving invitation.

Why do they do this, you tell me? Your answer would be that they call people to make links. Now if you get to know well even with 5 powerful people out of 50 who have come, then your value will also increase in the city and because of them you will also start doing a lot of work.

After joining them, everyone will trust you with their reference. This is how backlinks work in blogs.

Apart from this, even if you get identified with a big minister, your work gets done in a jiffy because that minister is powerful and because of that, people will also know that it is the identity of the minister and would have done your work. Huh.

The same thing happens when the link of your blog is in a good website, then Google bots recognize your backlink present in that powerful website and increase the ranking.

Types of Backlink

If called fat fat, then there are 2 types of backlinks.

No Follow Link

When a website links to another website, if there is a "nofollow tag" between their links, link juice is not passed in it.

To be honest, Nofollow links do not help in any way to rank your blog. Nofollow link does not have much importance in the eyes of Google and other searches.

When Google's bots check Nofollow link, they see Nofollow relation in it and they ignore that link and do not follow them. For this reason, link juice does not pass out of this.


Nofollow link is used by the blog owner or web master for any other site about which they do not know much and which is unreliable.

Do Follow link

If we talk about backlinks in general, then by default all blog or website posts are written and links are added to it, all those links are Dofollow. All these links pass the link juice.

This means that if the link of your website is in another website and there is Dofollow then Google bots will recognize your site by following that link and the ranking of the site also improves.

When you do link building, the most important thing is that it is also necessary to create a Nofollow link because if you only create Dofollow, then in a way it will be called spam from Google.

If you are making 75% Dofollow backlink, then also make 25% Nofollow.

How to make high quality backlinks?

Brother, we have now understood that what is a backlink, what is the difference between Dollow and Nofollow, but then the question arises here that after making a backlink, then how to make it?

This question must be coming in your mind that from where we will get this high quality backlink.

So the simple thing is that there are many ways to do this by which you can get both Dofollow and Nofollow links from a good website.


If you are a beginner, then do not think that you have no value, everyone has started in this field as a beginner. In the beginning, trust level and domain authority have to be built in the same way.

You just become expert in writing good content, then you will not have to face any difficulty in any work.

Creating backlinks is not a difficult task, you should keep your content quality the best, after that do link building.

Let us now know how to create high quality backlinks?

1. Guest Post

Guest blogging is the best way of link building in my opinion.

In this you get Dofollow backlink and the biggest thing is when you give guest post to a good and big website, then your site gets recognized.

At the same time, people also start knowing you through that site. Even if the site is good and its traffic is also good then you will get traffic from there.

It was a matter of externality, but now I will also tell you its technical advantages, when you write a guest post in a website similar to your niche, then Google's bots follow the Dofollow link and go to your site and visit your site. Also the trust level increases as well as the domain authority.

2. Submit web directory

There are many such directory submission websites where you can submit the link of your blog according to the category of niche.

After a few days of submitting the link, you will also start seeing its effect because it gives you the Dofollow link.

3. Comment on other blogs

One of the best ways to create backlinks is to go to the website of your niche and comment according to the topic.

With this you get Nofollow link, but there are some websites where Dofollow link is also available. By default, it is kept as Nofollow tag by the comment plugin.

4. Create a Profile in the Discussion Forum

When you join the forum according to your niche, you also get a chance to put a link to your website and blog.

If you constantly share the problem in the forum and solve the problem of others, then you can also share the link of the post related to it, in this way you also get traffic along with Dofollow link from here.

Benefits of backlinks

There are many benefits of creating backlinks and sometimes the competition on a keyword is very high and without it the ranking does not improve even if SEO is good.


Let us now know what are the benefits of creating backlinks.

1. Post indexing to be quick

When we publish a post, it takes a long time to get indexed in Google. On the other hand, if you create a backlink of that post, then Google's crawlers help to index that post through link juice.

Google bots take some time to find the link of the new post if their backlink is not maintained. It takes a long time for the posts of a new website to be indexed in Google.

2. Referral Traffic

When we put the link of our post in a big website, then already there is a lot of traffic in those websites, due to good information, traffic also comes from there to our website.

When someone reads the post, it also goes to your website by following the link given there.

3. Increase of Domain Authority

By joining other big websites, gradually the domain authority also increases.

Domain Authority shows how much the site's reputation is in the eyes of Google. The higher the domain authority, the faster the post ranks.

4. Improving Organic Traffic

Everyone knows that the best traffic is the organic way. The traffic coming through Google is called organic traffic. When the post is indexed and starts ranking on the first page of Google, then people start coming to the blog directly and easily and in this way, good organic traffic starts getting.