We all want to get a Google fast positioning, right? If your purpose is also the same, we are talking about the strategy of Link Building, or what comes to the same thing as finding quality inbound links. Searching for links is one thing, getting them is another. The traffic generated from your search engine rankings is really like free gasoline helping your project to remain visible without much efforts. And for doing this there are no mysteries: My best advice is to try to fill your site with useful and relevant information for your audience, so that people would like to visit more and more.
This can be done by writing articles for article directories, giving your blog a place in blog directories or portals for Social Bookmarking, writing in blogs as “Guest Posting” and so on! All these methods are natural methods to search for links incoming to Google end up rewarding. Make sure all these places where you invest time in preparing content itself gives back in exchange a link with “do follow”, but again you ‘ll be wasting your time thinking about the Web search engine positioning, not generating traffic.
If you decide to go the route of buying links (faster), be careful because if Google realizes you could penalize (remember that Google does not want you to deceive your users). This usually happens when search links incoming as monthly purchases and then canceled after a period. So it will be better idea to buy some links for lifetime from websites with a relevant topic to yours.
I mean search for incoming links incoming sites with good PageRank of atleast 5 or higher in google, Yahoo, Bing. It is the best strategy of organic natural position. If you also get these links to reach your most important pages, i.e. pages that convert your visitors into customers, for the better, and you will see a direct impact on your revenue generation.
Inbound links are not as crucial as outbound links. So it will be always better to seek links from other sites. This applies even loops links more than two webs, when for example the site A links to site B, which in turn links to site C ending links to site A. Although it is three places, this does not stop be a loop, and all those links end up having less importance. Try to avoid loops, or at least do not actively look for those. They will not give you results.
It will never improve your position if the page that you are linking to the post is not indexed by the search engine. It is easy to solve: just create a Twitter account dedicated to this task. Each time one of your pages get an inbound link, write about it on Twitter, putting a link to the website itself you just linked (the page where your link appears).
You can be sure that this page will be indexed soon as Google loves Twitter and that this link will work for your interest in the very moment this page is indexed.