10 Ways To Indirectly Get To The Top Of Search Engines!

Written by Larry Dotson

There are millions of web sites trying to get listed inrepparttar top 20 spots ofrepparttar 128215 major search engines. That amounts to a lot of competition! I say if you can't get listed atrepparttar 128216 top, indirectly get torepparttar 128217 top.

How do you do this? Look uprepparttar 128218 top 20 web sites onrepparttar 128219 major search engines underrepparttar 128220 keywords and phrases people would find your web site. The key would be to then advertise on those web sites.

The most expensive way would be to buy ad space on those web sites. If you don't want to spend any money, you could userepparttar 128221 ten strategies below. These strategies may not apply to every web site.

1. Participate on their discussion boards. You could post questions, answer other peoples questions, and join in on conversations. Just include your signature file and link atrepparttar 128222 end of your messages.

2. Askrepparttar 128223 web site owner if they would like a free ebook to giveaway to their visitors. You could have them link to your web site or include your ad inrepparttar 128224 free ebook.

3. Submit content to their web site. You could write articles for their web site and include your resource box and link atrepparttar 128225 end ofrepparttar 128226 article. If they publish it, you'll indirectly be atrepparttar 128227 top ofrepparttar 128228 search engines.

4. Write an excellent article review of their web site, products or services. Then publishrepparttar 128229 review on your web site. E-mailrepparttar 128230 web site owner and tell him or her about it. They may link to your web site so their visitors read it.

Ask Mr. D

Written by Bill Daugherty

Dear Mr. D

I have heard that to make it onrepparttar Internet, a business must have a high ranking onrepparttar 128214 search engines. I have submitted my site to several ofrepparttar 128215 top ones, but I never get a high ranking. In fact I don't even think I get ranked at all on most of them.

What can I do?




Dear Frustrated,

I know how frustrating it can be trying to get a decent ranking with any ofrepparttar 128216 major engines.

You submit your site, then wait weeks forrepparttar 128217 search engine "gods" to render their decision. More likely than not, their decision is to either not list your site at all or to give it a ranking so low that a surfer needs deep diving equipment to find you. It's enough to sent you running for a giant size bottle of Prozac.

Your first reaction will probably be to throw your hands up and sayrepparttar 128218 heck with those search engines, who needs them?

Don't make this mistake. We all need our sites listed on search engines. More visitors can be gained through search engines than all other marketing venues put together. Nobody can ignore this vast source of potential customers.

So what can a poor beleaguered Webmaster do?

Most of us turn torepparttar 128219 search engine gurus at this point. We follow their advice on how to make our web sites search engine ready. We insert META tags into our site code. We struggle to add justrepparttar 128220 right description and keywords sorepparttar 128221 major engines will find us worthy of a high listing. When allrepparttar 128222 i's have been dotted and allrepparttar 128223 t's crossed, we submit again and wait.

Five or six weeks later we discover that once again,repparttar 128224 "big boys" have found our site lacking in some way or another. It's back torepparttar 128225 drawing board. We read somewhere - to get approved for a decent listing we need to build some "gateway pages." This only takes a few days to a few weeks to figure out and accomplish, but then, at last it's done and we submit once again.

And once again, five or six weeks later, we find that we still can't be found on any ofrepparttar 128226 major engines we have submitted and resubmitted to and we feel totally defeated. Now what?

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