How to “Steal” Your Competitors’ Backlinks [9.2]

In this video, you’ll learn how to get backlink ideas from your competitors.
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Analyzing your competitors’ backlink profiles can lead to a goldmine of link building opportunities, which you wouldn’t otherwise be able to discover.

But some competitors have tens of thousands of backlinks. So there’s no way you can review them all manually—it would take too long.

So how do you analyze big backlink profiles of your competitors without going crazy?

First, find their superfans.

Superfans are people who consistently link to someone.

If someone is so eager to link to the content of your competitor, they might be interested in your content too.

How do you find these superfans?

You’ll learn how to do this in the video.

Next, find the “power linkers”.

You can find websites that link to a few blogs that you’re competing with, but they have never linked to your own blog.
You’ll learn the step-by-step process of doing this in the video.

Finally, you can analyze their latest backlinks.

Chances are, many of the websites who are linking to your competitors probably did so quite a long time ago, but they’re not actively updating their website anymore.

While there’s still a chance to persuade them to link to you, the likelihood drops rather significantly.

So, it’s better to look at the most recently acquired links of your competitors.

You’ll also learn how to do this in the video.

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Matthew Brewin

Hey, name's Matt. I'm a blogger on, Certified Digital Marketer, and Partner at Internet Profits Ltd.