The contextual backlink is an active backlink that is attached to another website’s blog post or article. This type of backlink is much sought after because its footprint is attached directly to the article so that it has a greater ability to increase blog visitors as well as its nature as a referenced site, not like a link planted in spam comments.

It can also be interpreted as anchor text (in the form of an active link and title) that is planted in another blog article that leads either to the blog page itself or to another blog page so that the special type of contextual backlink is located on a website that looks like it is being referenced by another website.

Are these contextual backlinks quality? Of course, this type of backlink includes backlinks that are hunted, especially on sites with the most popular lifestyle niches

To get contextual backlinks, we have to be a writer or submit articles to be published on other websites (usually we know the term guest book).

To do guest posts on other blogs, of course, your article will go through several stages ranging from niche articles that match the intended blog to the feasibility of the article being read by readers, so we have to make a good quality article, at least easy to read by other sites (easy to just rewrite).

The following is a list of sites to get contextual backlinks, for the quality of each site, check it yourself, okay?


Here’s How to Plant Contextual Backlinks

When you write an article for a guest book on another blog, maybe you can immediately include an active link in the article, but if what you are aiming for is a large site containing information that is currently trending, your article will be immediately labeled as a spam article with the aim of direct backlinks. deleted

The solution is that some big sites such as hipwee, ucnews web, idntimes, etc. only accept articles that are really good and legal, starting from the content (no copy-paste) to the pictures included in the article. The results found on google must be given the source of the site

Add an image, in the description of the image or source link, please provide an active link to your blog so that later it becomes a contextual backlink, for example:

Now, make it easy, just insert your link in the alt tag section on the image as a source, your article should have escaped the indication of spam, just review it by the web owner in terms of content whether your writing is worth loading or not.

That’s a post about how to get contextual backlinks from quality sites, just limit the number of backlinks every day not too much so it’s not considered spam nor is it necessary to plant links on low-ranking sites because it won’t have any effect on your blog unless backlinks are from deindexing sites or too many stream links (farm links) even bad effect for your blog.