Thursday, May 20, 2010

Automatic Backlink Builder

Some will say that manual backlink creation is the only effective way. I disagree. Manual is a good way to start but using an automated system will greatly reduce the time spent building backlinks. I begin by creating content like blog posts, articles and web 2.0 properties. Each with one or two backlinks to my main site. Deep links work well to gain rank for individual pages in your site. It's better to have more than just links to the home page. After I have a fare amount of content linking to my site I then use Backlink Beast to generate backlinks. It is a site that automatically builds backlinks. Sites like Hub Pages are easy to get higher page rank and to show up on the first page of Google. All you need is backlinks to these sites. The Link Juicer builds the backlinks using different social bookmarking accounts and blog posts. You write the content and use The Link Juicer spinner to make the articles unique when posted. Another technique that the Link Juicer can help with is called link stacking. This just means to add backlinks to sites that have links to your site. This works for content you create or for truly natural backlinks that other people have created. It is better than reciprocal linking because if you link back to a site that is linking to your site it will diminish the amount of link juice going to both sites. This is where link wheeling and three way linking also come into play. Combining all of these techniques will get you the best results.
I have seen great results from using this program. I posted a screen shot that I will update periodically. This shows what my traffic looked like before and after using The Link Juicer. You can have these same results for your site. It is a simple and automated way to increase page rank and traffic to your site or blog.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Link Wheel

A link wheel is a series of links going from one site to another making a circle with each one also linking to the main site. Write a unique article for both of theses article directories, GoArticles and Ezinearticles. Link from one to the other. Make your links in your articles hyperlinks with your keywords. Next you'll want to make a Hubpage about your topic and hyperlink it back to one of your articles using a different keyword. Then write a Google Knol using a keyword in the title. Do the same with linking it back to your Hubpage. Start a Blogger blog and link it back to your Google Knol in the same fashion as before. Start a Word Press blog and link it to your Blogger blog. Lastly link to your Word Press blog from your website. All of these sites should also have a link to your main site. You should eventually make a Squidoo lens, a Hubpage, and an article for each of your keywords. Make them all unique and link them to each other as described above. Social bookmark all of your sites to increase their page ranks. You can use an auto backlink generator to do this for you to save time. This is a good way to increase your rank in search engines for your targeted keywords. The last thing I did was create a Facebook page about how to build a link wheel. Check it out to see how I am coming with building a wheel for this post.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Internal linking

Google rewards sites with authority and links that relate to each other. Sites like Wikipedia dominate the search engines because they have both of these. Wikipedia has anchor text linking to other of their pages of related topics. For example if you searched "seo" on the page for search engine optimization you will see many hyper linked words relating to your search such as web site, blog, search engines,search engine marketing. Each of these leads to other pages on Wikipedia. This is internal linking and it is why Wikipedia ranks so high in search engines.

When Google and other search engines send their bots to index your site for new content they read your site map and update their databases. Your hyper links leave a trail throughout your site or blog and search engines will give you a higher rank. The hyper links also tells the search engine what your blog or site is about. The same with bolding, underlining, italicizing your keywords.

Make sure it is well written and not overly stuffed with keywords as you'll get penalized by the search engines. If it flows and reads well people will stay and read longer and this will tell the search engines that you have a quality site.

When writing posts find all of the keywords. Bold them so you can find them easily. Use these to make future posts then link to the new posts from them. This will help you come up with ideas for posts. If one of your keywords fits a previous post then link to that. This will take a long time but if you post a few times a week by the end of a year you could have hundreds of internal links and posts.

It can be difficult to track hundreds of links so you'll want to install a plug in that allows you to search keywords and link them to related posts automatically. They can also give you a site map which will make it easier to navigate.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Get Backlinks from RSS Feeds

To get backlinks from RSS feeds combine your website feeds, article feeds, web 2.0 feeds, profile feeds to one giant RSS feed and submit it to top 20 RSS feeds directories. You'll want to add link juice to the sites the RSS feeds originate from by adding backlinks to them. Here is a list of rss directories to submit to. RSS feeds are a good way to get organic backlinks. These are backlinks that other people create to your site. These are better because they are natural and search engines can tell that they are. If all of your links come from the same IP address search engines won't give them as much weight. Also if you get a bunch all at once they might penalize your site rank.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Keywords: How to Find Them

One of the most troublesome parts of getting backlinks by creating content is deciding which keywords to use. I use Google's get keyword ideas tool in the adwords section of their site to make a list of keywords. First I type in the keyword I think best fits my subject. Then I have Google show me related ones. To choose the best ones I look at how much traffic each word receives. If it gets more than one hundred hits a month than take that word and Google search it with "quotation" marks around it. If the word has less then 10,000 results I put those off to the side to check. To check for competition I Google search each word without the quotes and check the page rank of each of the top ten sites. I do this by using this Fire Fox add on for page rank. Pick out 10 to 20 of these words and make a list.

Check this site out to get your website some serious link juice. It will automatically submit your links to dofollow sites. It uses content that you create to post to blogs and make articles. It has gotten me loads of traffic and increased my search engine rank for several of my sites.

Friday, February 5, 2010

The Power Of Dofollow Backlinks

One of the things search engines look at to determine where your site should rank is the number of links from other sites to your site. They will also count internal links from one page to another in your site. Some sites let you post links called bookmarks to their sites. These will only count towards your page rank if it is a dofollow site. Dofollow simply means that the top three search engines will follow the link and add it towards your page rank. Other search engines don't pay attention to the dofollow or nofollow code. So just because it is a nofollow site doesn't mean you shouldn't post your link on it. Plus there are two different types of nofollow. rel="nofollow" and robots="nofollow". Google's bots will follow the first but not the second. But neither will effect your page rank. Other factors that affect your score are the kind of site that the backlink is coming from and that site's page rank.
You will want to limit the percentage of social bookmarking sites linking to your site. Too many and they won't hold as much weight. Some other ways to build links is to write blogs, submit articles to ezines and to post comments on blogs and forums. Doing this will create what is called a link wheel. There are several techniques to getting more backlinks. To check how your site ranks pick a keyword that is related to your site and google it. If you find your site on the first page your doing great. If it is a few pages back you need to do some more work.