Getting Inbound Links is as Easy as 1-2-3.

Written by Tim Arnold


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Number Two:

Signup at a link exchange coop. A link exchange coop can give you more backlinks in a few minutes work than you could ever generate by yourself. You are utilizing a network of thousands of other websites. And thatís whatrepparttar internet is, a huge network. Take advantage ofrepparttar 119323 power of networking. There are many link exchanges. One well known link exchange coop is: http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/ad-network/?s=4380. Depending onrepparttar 119324 size and pagerank of your site, you could earn 1000 inbound links or more my adding a few lines of code to your website. Do some research and findrepparttar 119325 one that will bringrepparttar 119326 greatest benefit to your site.

Number Three:

Automaterepparttar 119327 reciprocal linking process by utilizing reciprocal linking software. Do not spend hours upon hours emailing webmasters and posting reciprocal links to your site. Simple buy a reciprocal link script, set it up at your website and it will processrepparttar 119328 links, add them to your website and then it will monitor to make sure each webmaster has posted your link to his/her website. This will free up your time to do something more important like writing articles. To find inexpensive software to automaterepparttar 119329 reciprocal linking process, simply go to eBay and type inrepparttar 119330 search phrase "reciprocal linking popularity software".

Rather than doing thingsrepparttar 119331 same old way, try these three steps. They will save you countless hours. By using these time savers you will be much more efficient in getting backlinks and you will also get hundreds, maybe even thousands more than you ever thought possible.

There it is. Easy as 1-2-3.

Timothy D. Arnold is arguably one of the most prominent experts in the site promotion area. You can visit his site at http://www.linkgizmo.com.


Rethinking Linking - Link Exchange Back to Basics

Written by Kai Virihaur


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As we all know now, Google got tired of having its search results manipulated in this way. So they tweaked their ranking algoritms (one tweak widely known asrepparttar dreaded "Florida Update"), to put an end to these methods. They started actively punishing web sites that were caught using devices such as "Free For All" link exchange sites, and implemented many other measures also; too many to mention here.

So, getting many inbound links is a dead concept now? That is what some people claim, but they are wrong! What IS dead isrepparttar 119322 idea that links are nothing but search engine food. Rather, we are getting back inrepparttar 119323 direction ofrepparttar 119324 good ol' days, when links were not there just to baitrepparttar 119325 search bots. Some folks may have forgotten that links really are there to serve as paths of communication for Real People. Inbound links to a web site means paths for humans to enter, and browserepparttar 119326 content. And that is what all of us webmasters want: VISITORS!

This also means: stop trying to manipulate search engines. Keep your directory of links, if it does provide some real value to visitors. But if those links are just a messy jumble, hidden somewhere in a dusty corner of your site - repent! Get those links out ofrepparttar 119327 closet, let them breathe some fresh air!

Kai Virihaur is a web developer, researcher, and artist. He runs The Hosting Finder (www.thehostingfinder.com), a web hosting directory featuring articles and RSS feeds on web development, web site promotion, and internet marketing.


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