08 Nov 15 9:37 pm
It helps to think of it this way:
The better your content is, the easier it'll be for you to build high-quality backlinks.
Think of your content as your websites personality, and your backlinks as character references. If your personality isn't very good, it'll be harder to get people linking to you to say "this website is awesome".
On the same note, backlinks from websites that are popular will be more helpful than backlinks from sites that aren't doing so well. And the best way to get popular websites linking to you is to have content worthy of their recommendation.
So focus on creating some really useful
content first, then
think about getting other websites to link to it. This'll make things much easier for you and more effective in the long run. :)
If you want to learn more about creating content that is useful and shareable (and how to build links to it), we've just added a fresh set of lessons to step 6 in AffiloBlueprint (Find more info here: http://www.affilorama.com/affiloblueprint
) so that's an option for you to look into if you're interested. :)
Hope that helps, best of luck!