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without context it's worth next to nothing. What we need to know is what you are up against. For a very quick overview, I like to turn to Majestic, although Ahrefs has a comparable tool. Essentially, you can enter a few competitors into the system, and it will give you a generic view of their backlinks. A picture is worth a thousand words, let's take a look at what I mean. Suppose I want to check out the national real estate market and I'm Homefinder.org. I would like to enter my domain and four top competitors into the tool and get the following: Real estate agent website backlink comparison. It certainly doesn't look promising. There are a few competitors in the range of links we have, but it's really an uphill battle. This can happen in many competitions, but also note that there are ranked sites that are not in the tens of thousands of links. If we remove the first two, we are left with: Reduced competitor backlink comparison. What we can quickly see here is who wins by brute force and who wins with a volume of links that we can reasonably

approach in a realistic time frame. With that in mind, we will then perform the same research we did for our own site, but for competitors. This will give us an idea of ​​what they do and how strong they are. Collecting all of their backlinks in the same spreadsheets will not only help you understand their link weight, but also illustrate where they get them. I'll save competitor-based backlink building for an upcoming post; However, the purpose of auditing your backlinks and those of your competitors is to understand the weight advantage they have and Phone Number List the link profiles that beat you. What's interesting about links is that they should be treated quantitatively, as opposed to content which is more qualitative. We have metrics and numbers; we have to do what they did and then add 10 percent if we want to win. Once the link weight gap is established, one final area you need to be aware of is how long it will take to get there, which leads to the final step in the competitor audit process: link growth. If we pass to the historical index, we get the following: Historical link growth rate. I've omitted the larger players here, as it makes the data almost unreadable for our purposes. But with just these two competitors, we can see that is building aggressively and has been for quite some time. We see that they acquire thousands of links per month from dozens or hundreds of unique domains. We must take this into account when defining our strategies. To know what we need to accomplish to outperform them, we need to consider
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both the links they have previously built and the number of links they are currently acquiring. If the goal is to be stronger thanand assuming that the links we develop are of equal quality), we will need to allocate enough resources to catch up, surpass and then add to that link volume they build every month. Conclusion We are now armed with a solid understanding of our offsite SEO efforts – both where we are now and how we compare to our competitors. This allows us to understand what we need to do and a bit how to do it. From there, all you have to do is do it. It's time to start making sure your business listings are in order; that your social profiles are not only great for your visitors, but coordinated and ready to use in linking strategies; and that you can plan how to bridge the gap between where you are relative to your competitors and where you need to be to beat them. Unless you are in the less competitive industry, it will take time. But all good things do. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest author and not necessarily of Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here. 9 Things Most People Don't Understand About SEO