A smart internet marketer has come up with a neat way of taking advantage of three way linking that seems to work like a treat.
He’s designed a system that will automatically set up three way links between a network of 250 sites and make sure that all the sites are on different IP’s to get the most benefit from the links.
I’ve only just started using it, so I don’t have definite results to go on yet, but from the testimonials on the sales page (there are a LOT) I’m looking forward to seeing how well it works.
You can even add up to 20 sites in to the system and use up to three different keyword phrases for the linking text, which is real useful, and important to make sure you don’t end up with too many links using the same link anchor text.
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As a follow up to my last “getting links” post I thought I’d tell you about another service that has been helping me get my sites lots of new links and better SERP’s (search engine results page) positions/results.
It’s called Backlink Solution and it’s basically a large network of blogs with good pagerank.
You get access to the network of blogs and can post to them including a link to your own sites. You can choose where you link to, so you can deep link to internal pages on your sites, and you also get to use your own content, so you can make sure it’s relevant to the site you’re linking to.
They have blogs in all sort of different categories so there will be a lot of blogs that are directly relevant to your sites, although you can still post on the general ones as well for the extra links. Read more...(216 words, 0 images, estimated 52 secs reading time)
As I’m spending more time building “real” html sites again, I’ve had to revisit my SEO (search engine optimization) roots and look at the whole linking process.
It used to be good enough to just link between a few of your own sites on different servers to get some reasonable SEO results, but not any more. Now you need to have a long term startegy for building solid One Way Backlinks to your sites, especially as Google have “downgraded” the linking “power” of reciprocal links.
I’ve not actually traded reciprocal links for any of my sites in over two years, as it simpy takes to long to check that the site you’re swapping links with is any good and that they keep the link on the page, and that they don’t use the “nofollow” tag.
So I now concentrate on ways of getting one way links, i.e. where other sites link to mine without me having to link back.
I’ve found a bunch of services that offer this kind of linking over the last couple of months and have narrowed it down to three that I’ve been testing. Read more...(372 words, 0 images, estimated 1:29 mins reading time)