Link Building is an extremely effective way to help improve your ranking. However, this technique isn't just effective domestically. It's a vital component for businesses that want to expand their digital reach into international markets.
Link Building in foreign languages is very similar to doing so in your native language; however, some distinct differences mean that it needs a different approach.
Why Multilingual Link Building Is Important
When Link Building in another language, you can't assume that the same tactics and approaches will work when targeting a different country or language.
Many businesses cut corners and translate their native content, including the anchor text of their link. This could backfire, as merely translating the anchor text means that there's been no consideration of colloquialisms or any keyword research to see if there are any target keywords that might help your pages rank better in another country.
When you order Multilingual Link Building through our online store, we will:
- Conduct the necessary research to ensure that we know the best anchor text to help your business rank on international search results.
- Find the right publishing sites to host your link, which can be difficult if you don’t know how.
We're connected to many international blogs and websites in multiple languages, all with different niches to ensure that your Link Building articles are relevant to their readers!
When you order Multilingual Link Building from us, you get specialist native writers who understand how to create Link Building articles effectively in their language. We write bespoke articles that are placed on publishing sites with a domain authority score ranging from DA20+ to DA50+. This helps ensure that your backlinks are as effective as possible.
We provide Multilingual Link Building for the following languages:
We specialise in Link Building for Scandinavian and Nordic languages, too:
We also write Link Building for English-speaking countries, with native writers ensuring that each article aligns with the correct colloquial terms and local references. These nations include:
- United States
- New Zealand
- South Africa