As you have probably well noticed so far, SEO (search engine optimization) is not only one of the best techniques to give your business a literal boost on the internet, but it also is not just ONE technique, in that matter. It incorporates many different approaches and tactics, which can be used separately or can be combined together to achieve even better results. One of the most powerful of these approaches is niche one-way link building.

Just to make sure - while doing my little so called "research", I have come across the word 'niche' many times. I was not really sure what it was at the start, but now I know - niche is something like a sector or an area of business. So if you're running a school, your niche is education. For native english speakers this might seem as a useless explanation, but for the others I find it quite useful.

But, back to the topic, shall we. What makes the difference between a standard link building and a one-way link building is the fact, that when you build a one-way link, you don't add reciprocal links to the site that is linking to your site return. While this reduces the mutual benefits of possible cooperation, it raises your site's popularity and ranking at the expense of the linking site.

It is quite simple - people can get to your site through the other site, but people on your site won't get to the other site from your page. So, if you want to get a hundred percent benefits from link building yourself, it should definitelly be a one-way solution.

As is widely known, search engines ascribe much importance to links, that are placed on relevant websites - so if you want your site to be a success, you have to place your link at a site with the same niche as yours is. Just to avoid confusion - you don't have to do this on your own, of course.

There are many firms that offer pre-build Theme Based One way links packages for the prospects. You just have to search the web a little to find the one that you find affordable and reasonable for you. They differ in the number of links placed on sites with the same niche, in the time period through which they declare the validity of the links, and many others. It is also important that the refferences be on home pages of the websites.

Because who really cares if a back link to their website is in the third subdirectory of a site? Most people will never even get that deep. So the companies mostly guarantee that they will place your links predominantly on home sites, so that it will hit everybody's eyes in an instant.

It is also an unwritten rule that the back links are being placed on pages that are included in Google cache and are well indexed. Quite obviously, as Google is the main force in search engines nowadays, there is no wonder that most solutions aim at it.

To sum up the most important facts from all this - if you want to boost your pages' relevance and traffic, one-way links are just the solution for you.

Author's Bio: 

Sean Bardiera is a senior SEO Analyst since 2008 helping small, medium and large online businesses to get Top 10 ranking in Google using effective and 100% natural SEO and Link building service.