Roundups are simply lists of the best, most helpful, most innovative, or most popular articles or posts in any given niche.
They’re a great way to find new content ideas, and they’re also a great way to build links to your site from high authority sites.
This is, of course, just one of the reasons why roundups are a great way to build links to your site.
Roundups are a great way to build links to your site from high authority domains.
The only problem is, because there are so many roundups around, it’s a challenge to stand out and find the best and most relevant ones.
What’s a good roundup? Does it even really exist?
As we’ve already said, roundups are a great way to find new content ideas and build links. However, I think it’s important to remember that any link building strategy must be done with purpose.
Before you start, you need to know what you’re doing.
If you’re doing your own roundup, then keep in mind that you should never use the same topic more than once. This isn’t the time to post your own list of the top 10 things to do in your industry each week.
You might find that the best topics for your industry vary from week to week. For example, you may see that the best topics for your industry are “work from home” or “work from home jobs”, but you may not see the best topics for your industry on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays!
You want to make sure that your roundup doesn’t repeat any of the topics from a previous roundup.
So, for example, if you used “work from home jobs” in your last roundup, then don’t use the exact same list of 10 things again. If you do, you’ll be repeating your own list and may risk being penalized by Google for spammy content.
The ideal number for a roundup is around five, but you should be able to find several best articles every week.
A roundup of ten best articles can be a great way to build links and get the word out about a new product or service.
Now that you know a little more about what roundups are, what makes a good one, and how to build them, let’s look at some great examples of content roundups that you can use to get some great links.
What makes a great roundup?
1. It should be written by experts
One of the first things you need to keep in mind when creating a roundup is that you should always write the roundup by an expert. The person who wrote the blog post should be the driving force behind the roundup.
If they’ve written something unique and interesting, then you should definitely include it in your roundup. If you’re not an expert in your industry, then you should include something that’s unique to your industry or niche.
We recommend using industry experts.
This is because industry experts are already getting links from high authority domains, and it’s much easier for domain owners to get links from industry experts than random bloggers and websites.
For example, if you’re running a website about the marketing industry, you can find industry experts at your local Chamber of Commerce or a local business association.
The experts will probably recommend a number of different things that are relevant to your industry, and this is a great way to build links back to your site.
2. It should be curated
When you write a roundup, you should work to create a list that is curated.
In other words, the roundup should not be a compilation of random blog posts.
It should be a roundup of articles that have been curated by experts.
There are a few different ways of doing this. The first is to use a software product that allows you to search for industry experts.
For example, you can use a tool like SEMrush. This tool allows you to search for industry experts and then find every relevant article or blog post in your industry.
You then filter all of the articles to only show the most relevant ones.
You can then use this list to create a roundup.
For example, if you’re a business owner and want to find the best content to help you develop a new product, you can use the SEMrush tool and search for “best content for” your product.
This will allow you to find the best content to help you develop the product.
The second way of doing this is to use a Google search to narrow your results by relevance.
For example, if you’re looking for content that helps you run a successful business, you can use a search engine like Google to find content that has a high authority score.
The best way to do this is to enter your niche in the search bar and then enter “best content for”.
Google will then show you the top results that match your search. You can then scroll through these results and find the best content, and then use this as the basis for your roundup.
3. You should add multiple sources to your roundup
If you want to build a great roundup, then you should include multiple sources. The easiest way to do this is to add a number of sources to your roundup.
For example, if you want to build an SEO roundup, you should add a number of different sources to your roundup.
So, for example, if you want to build an SEO roundup, you should include the following:
- A roundup of industry experts
- An SEO blog post on a relevant topic
- A roundup of articles from industry blogs
This ensures that the roundup contains a wide mix of good and relevant sources.
4. It should be written in a conversational tone
One of the important things to remember when creating a roundup is that you should write it in a conversational tone.
This is because the best roundup content is written in a conversational tone, and this is the most effective way of building links.
So if you want to build links, then you should try to write your roundup in a conversational tone.
One of the easiest ways to do this is to use the subject lines of your emails.
Roundups are a great way to build links.
They are a great way to build links because the roundup should include a number of different sources.
The best way to do this is to add multiple sources to your roundup.
You should also include a conversational tone to your roundup, because this is one of the best ways to build links.
Remember to include a list of experts.
That way, you can build links from industry experts.
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