How to Build Profiles Backlink to Your Social Media?

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How to Build Profiles Backlink to Your Social Media
If you want more traffic to your website, leading to more sales and an increase in customers for your business, then you must make sure that your site has as many good external links as possible, constantly building a good, solid external link profile for your website. If you aren’t appearing in searches and are wondering why, then this could be the cause.

There are 4 main types of links that can appear on a web page. You should try and use all of these types of links to create a profile that will improve your websites position on Google search results. Like a spiders web, these links on other websites, blogs and social pages will also increase your chances of building traffic from other sources rather than just the search engines and the direct typing of your website address.

This post isn’t about using social profiles to build backlinks to your website – you can find in this post on social media link building . What this post covers is building links, both internal and external, to your social profiles themselves.

To help you get started on your backlink building, below is all ways to build backlink profiles from socical media.

Why Build Backlinks to Social Profiles?


Most people, businesses, and brands want the information that appears first in search to be positive and, preferably, controlled by them. One way to dominate SERPs is by having your website, along with your top social profiles and pages, come up on the first page. Just like anything else that you want to rank well in search, you’ll want to build backlinks to those social profiles and pages.
Another great reason to build links to your social profiles – especially internal links from the social network itself – is to increase the authority of the profile or page.

There’s no definitive answer on how social networks like Facebook choose to rank pages in Graph Search, or how Twitter chooses to rank profiles in their search. But one could assume that the number of mentions a profile or page gets, especially high authority ones, could have an impact on their rankings.

How to Build Backinks to Social Profiles?

Now that you know a few reasons why, let’s look at a few ways you can build links to your social profiles.

Website Links to Social Profiles

If you don’t already, you should definitely link to your main social profiles from your website. There are tons of different ways to do it:
  • Simple text links in author bios on your blog.
  • Links using small social icons in the header, footer, or sidebar of your website.
  • Official follow, like, circle, and connect badges (not necessarily great from the link building aspect, but makes it easier for people to follow you).
Not only will these help increase your social following, they will create official links connecting your main online platform to your social networks.
Also, don’t forget about other opportunities to link to your social profiles, such as in author bios on sites you contribute to, forums that ask for your social profile usernames, local review sites that have the option to add your social profiles, and pretty much any other chance you get to link to your social profiles.

Twitter Bio Links

While they are no-follow backlinks, one way to create backlinks from multiple personal profiles to one main company profile is to mention the company profile in other profile bios. One great example of this is HubSpot – many of their employees mention the main HubSpot Twitter handle in their bios.
Twitter Profile Links in Bios
If you consider the authority of each Twitter user and number of followers they have combined, those could easily be considered some high authority backlinks to the HubSpot profile.
Want to make this work for you? Simply ask your employees who are active Twitter users to include your company’s @username in their profile bio!

Facebook Page Backlinks on Profiles

Similar to linking a company’s Twitter handle to employee’s personal Twitter profiles, you can also link a company Facebook page to employee’s personal Facebook profiles. Unlike Twitter profile links, these links are dofollow.
Facebook Link Pages to Profiles
Again, you’re talking about getting a link to a company page on Facebook profiles with high authority and, in many cases, lots of followers.
Want to make this work for you? Simply ask your employees to add their current job information to the Work and Education section of their profile’s About information. Make sure they hover over the company name to ensure it is actually linked to the Facebook page and not an empty Facebook places page (yes, it still happens).

Cross-Promotion Between Profiles

Another way to build some high authority links to your social sites is to do a little cross promotion.Google+, for example, asks you for your profile links on the about tab for your profile or page. Take advantage of these to create dofollow links to your social profiles and pages.
Search Engine Watch Google Plus Social Profile Links
Pinterest allows you to connect to Twitter and Facebook, thus adding a nofollow link to each on your Pinterest personal or business profile.
Pinterest social links
Any time one social network asks you to link to another, take advantage of it as a way to interlink them all together.

Link Research

Just like you research backlinks to competitor’s websites, you can research links to their social profiles as well (or see what links you have to your own social profiles).
Instant Backlink Explorer
The Instant Backlink Explorer from CognitiveSEO allows you simply enter a URL of a social profile and review the pertinent data about your (or your competitor’s) social profile backlinks, such as link growth:
Instant Backlink Explorer Link Growth
You can also get a listing of the backlinks:
Instant Backlink Explorer Links
You can even see a nice visualization of the dofollow vs. nofollow backlinks.
Instant Backlink Explorer dofollow vs nofollow
This can help you discover different types of link building opportunities where only a competitor’s social links are shared vs. their website link.
Good luck to you!

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