Off-Page SEO is also referred to as “Off-Site SEO.” It refers to all actions taken outside of your website to improve your website’s ranking in search engine results pages. In contrast, with On-Page SEO, we can make any changes or improvements to your website or the pages on your website.

Off-page SEO is the polar opposite of on-page SEO. Off-page SEO for a website can be done in a variety of ways. It includes all of the off-page activities listed below, as well as submitting your own website and services to various other websites in order to increase link building.

Natural links, manually built links, and self-created links are the three main types of links based on how they were obtained.

Natural links are provided editorially without any action on the part of the page owner. A food blogger, for example, adding a link to a post pointing to their favorite produce farms is an example of a natural link.

Manually constructed links are obtained as a result of deliberate link-building activities. Getting customers to link to your website or asking influencers to share your content are examples of this.

Self-created links are created by practices such as including a backlink with optimized anchor text in an online directory, forum, blog comment signature, or press release.

Some self-created link-building tactics are considered black hat SEO by search engines, so proceed with caution.

Off-Page Activities:

  • Classified submissions
  • Directories submission
  • Local Listing submissions
  • Business reviews
  • Link Building
  • Profile Creation
  • Business Listing
  • Image Submission
  • PDF Submissions
  • Article Submissions
  • Document Submissions
  • PPT Submission
  • Question & Answer
  • Social Media Promotion
  • Forum posting
  • Video Creation/Submission
  • Social Bookmarking
  • Blog Sharing
  • RSS feed Creation/submission
  • Blog Commenting
  • Info-graphics Submission
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