What is the best way to kick start SEO on a brand new page?

I've just started a brand new page (in Denmark), and I'm wondering what's the best way to kickstart the SEO? I know all about the on-page factors, but how long would you recommend me to wait for linkbuilding?


Hello, my name is Daniella. I am the founder of

I would suggest link building as soon as possible as it can take up to 10 weeks on average to see 1 rank jump.

If you have followup questions, I am glad to help you on a call.

Thank you,

Answered 2 years ago

The best strategy is

1. Keep working on that landing page and add more content. Try to interview some influencers, add some facts and statistics, add Q/A section if it is missing

2. Keep working on getting backlinks. There are lots of ways to generate backlinks. If you do #1 WELL your chance of getting strategic backlinks will be higher

Extra Tip! Set up Google Webmasters and monitor or your page is performing in Google over time

If you have any questions would be happy to help

Answered 2 years ago

While I agree that link building should start as soon as possible, I think it's also important to clearly define when that is. The point that I would begin a link building effort would be after you have enough content addressing your target keywords on site and specifically in the form of blog articles, how-to guides, resource information, etc. These pieces of content need to provide informational value and typically deliver some sort of "how to" or "this is what you should do" approach to the content. This will ensure your link building campaign will work that much better. Good luck and let me know how I can help!


Answered a year ago

Don't worry about link building. The secret is in the content. For a brand new website you will want to begin content marketing right away.

People don't realize that each piece of content you publish on your blog has its own chance of ranking in Google. (This is key!)

In other words, if you publish 3 pieces of solid content every single week that is 12 pieces of content a month.

12 x 12 = 144 posts per month. Basic math, right?

Now let's assume that each piece of content gets 5 visitors every month (you can track this with Google Analytics.)

5 visitors may not seem like a lot, but all of a sudden you now have 720 new visitors every single month (8,640 visitors per year) because of your 144 pieces of content.

Plus in reality it will actually be more because the more content you produce, the more Google sees you as an authority.

That is the power of content marketing (and nobody appreciates it!)

Answered 5 months ago

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