I’ve been trying to figure out a great way to add backing to an article without having to write a boring tagline and all of the other boring stuff. I’ve heard of doing it through Case Study Inserts but then again I thought that wouldn’t be very long term and I wanted to keep that backlink short. So what are my options? What if I did the same thing but I linked to the keyword instead of the case study. If I knew what the average search volume for the keyword was I could increase my search engine rankings for the search term by up to thirty percent or more. For example, I found the word “free.” Well, the Search Engine Result Page (SERP) for the term “free” had about three and a half million incoming links.
It’s not really too hard to do either. What if I used the keyword and inserted “case study insert” as my ad title instead of “Case Study?” The difference would be about six percent or something. Now the key thing here is that you have to find out how many people are searching the term “case study.” Once you know how many you can check out what the average search volume is for that term.
It would take time but it is possible to do the same thing, get backlinks from Case Study Inserts, while increasing your SEO rankings. It does take some effort but the rewards are worth it. It also has the added benefit of helping you with the ranking of your site because of the additional backlinks you’ve created. Since your rankings will be high, you will get a better placement in Google, which is where most of the search engines rank your site, so you’ll get more traffic.