When linking fails, you need to take a good hard look at your strategy to figure out the why.
If you had great ideas but simply didn’t follow them far enough to see results, your link building can fail. Doing half a job is the same as doing no job when it comes to results.
Not using linking best practices can sink you from the outset. Knowing what NOT TO do is as important as knowing what TO do. Running with bad linking neighborhoods, enagaging in buying or selling links, and linking to questionable sources will kll your site.
Only using one method to build links will sink you too. You have to approach linking with an open mind, and use all resources available to you.
Building links too fast can ding you if Google thinks the links may not be coming from a valid source. using mass submission to article sites just for links can do this to you – Google will simply stop counting if they realize you are after automated links.
Poor rioting can make you links invalid. No one wants to read gibberish, so if you don’t know how to write, hire someone who can produce great valuable content for you.
If you lack creativity, you’ll be boring which is as bad as having bad writing. Worse in fact – I would rather click on a link that said ‘Se monky fal off Byke into poole” than “Watch a video about a monkey here”
There is no shame in asking for help if you get in over your head, just make sure you ask for help from a reputable source. So called gurus will charge you for junk advice!
Pay attention, and get help to fix your linking problems before you miss out on great opportunities. A little support can go a long way!