• Even if you created great high-quality content, you may be observing low traffic to your website. 
  • You might be struggling to find sites that are willing to give you backlinks, but there are lots of websites out there that will be willing to link to your web content. 
  • In fact, there are many sites that are already linking to content similar to yours, so they would probably be willing to link to your content as well, right? 
  • You can easily find those websites that might be interested in linking to your page by analyzing you competitor’s backlink profiles with tools like Ahrefs or Semrush
Step 1
  • Search for competitors who have similar content or target similar keywords. Let’s assume that we are targeting the keyword: ‘keyword tool
Step 2
  • Use Ahrefs to check which websites are linking to your competitors. On the ‘site explorer’ tab on the top of the page, search by typing the domain name of your competitor’s website or product. Go to the ‘Backlink profile’ section, then click ‘Backlinks’.
Step 3
  • You may set the Link type as ‘Dofollow’ to sort for only Dofollow backlinks. Further, you can sort for specific platforms and languages as well. 
  • This will be helpful if you only want backlinks from websites in specific languages, or only from specific platforms such as blogs or e-commerce websites.
Step 4
  • You can export and save the backlink list as an Excel file, and afterwards you can sort and filter according to your liking. Finally, select those sites that you want to contact.
Step 5
  • Contact those websites that are linking to your competitors and ask them if they would be willing to link to your high-quality content as well.
  • Remember that you want to have backlinks from websites with a high domain ranking, since those backlinks will increase your chances on ranking higher the most.

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