Google’s Suggestion Beta Search – New SEO & Webmaster Wonder Tool or Over Rated Popularity Meter.

Written by James R. Sanders

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Further Investigation – My Hopes Continue to Diminish.

To investigate my thoughts as thoroughly as possible, I spent some time readingrepparttar FAQ located at Nowhere in this FAQ does it say anything as to whatrepparttar 127832 “results” indicate other than thatrepparttar 127833 ranking of suggested terms are based onrepparttar 127834 popularity of searches done at Google. That does NOT come right out and say thatrepparttar 127835 number reported for “results’ in any way indicatesrepparttar 127836 actual number of searches forrepparttar 127837 particular search term, but yes, one could infer that meaning, especially SEO’s and webmasters so desperately looking for another way to help “properly” optimize their pages for Google. I can understand this thought process, and would have fallen prey to it had I not thought about it in a little more detail, butrepparttar 127838 facts speak for themselves, and common sense rules out.

Comparing Google’s Usage ofrepparttar 127839 Term “Results” Throughout Their Site.

The other proof I offer to substantiate my claims stems from repparttar 127840 context Google uses everywhere elserepparttar 127841 word “results” appears on their site. They tend to use that word EXCLUSIVELY withrepparttar 127842 results being returned forrepparttar 127843 number of matches for a particular search term from their database. Add torepparttar 127844 facts that Google has never been one to openly give webmasters or SEO’s ANYTHING that can be used to manipulate their SERPs and it just goes to further prove thatrepparttar 127845 experts are wrong inrepparttar 127846 assumption thatrepparttar 127847 “results” are an indication ofrepparttar 127848 search term’s search popularity at Google. The wayrepparttar 127849 terms are ranked to providerepparttar 127850 best possible suggestion IS based on search popularity at Google, butrepparttar 127851 number has nothing to do with repparttar 127852 actual number of searches conducted. That synched it. I have no choice but to believe thatrepparttar 127853 article written by Mr. Valentine is misleading, and that many other SEO’s are jumpingrepparttar 127854 gun to toutrepparttar 127855 “new salvation tool” to help us demystify Google search term popularity, or help us improve our page optimization. This “tool” isn’t going to give SEO’s and webmasters anything but a preview ofrepparttar 127856 number of SERP results they will have to wade through to find their information.

Takingrepparttar 127857 Final Plunge – Gettingrepparttar 127858 Information Straight fromrepparttar 127859 Horse’s Mouth.

Nevertheless, being I’d rather hold on to some shred of hope that I am wrong, I have takenrepparttar 127860 liberty to question Google and am still awaiting their reply. Althoughrepparttar 127861 order can give some insight into search term popularity forrepparttar 127862 particular search terms, there is still no way to know just how much of a difference exists betweenrepparttar 127863 first and second terms suggested. In all reality, there could be thousands more searches forrepparttar 127864 first term overrepparttar 127865 second, or their could be just a few more forrepparttar 127866 first overrepparttar 127867 second, but either way it really doesn’t give usrepparttar 127868 useful information that I’d like to see for SEO work like Overture’s suggestion tool does. When Google responds to my question, I’ll be more than happy to try to edit this article or postrepparttar 127869 results torepparttar 127870 forum. Until then, hopefully I am wrong, but I just can’t hold out hope that Google would make things that much easier for SEO’s and webmasters looking for ways to “optimize” their pages forrepparttar 127871 Great Google Bot.

James R. Sanders is the owner of Sanders Consultation Group Plus. He has been a webmaster and web site designer since 1997, and involved in self-employment ventures since 1992. He is presently a contributing author of NewbieHangout, and has been published through WebProNews. You can email him at

7 Powerful Ways to Get One-Way Inbound Links

Written by Trent Brownrigg

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In return for your effort you can put a little blurb about yourself and/or your business, with a link to your website, atrepparttar end ofrepparttar 127831 article. You will rack up a very high amount of inbound links to your website by utilizing this technique. I have done it many times with a lot of success.

5) Free E-book – You can write an e-book and offer it for free in exchange for a link to your website. You can also put links to your website and other affiliate links inrepparttar 127832 e-book. Puttingrepparttar 127833 links inrepparttar 127834 e-book will increase your website traffic and affiliate profits.

You are probably thinking that you can’t write an e-book. Well, yes you can! It doesn’t have to be some killer piece of work that you spend months writing. Instead, you can just make it a collection of your favorite articles, resources, and tools related to your website theme. As long as it is useful to your visitors they will gladly link to you in order to get it.

6) Blogs – There are actually a few ways to get one-way inbound links with blogs. The first way is simply to host a blog on your website and update it frequently. People tend to link to blogs because they provide content that is constantly being updated.

The second way you can get one-way inbound links with your blog is to submit it to blog directories. Just like website directories, there are tons of blog directories onrepparttar 127835 internet that you can submit to for free. Just do a search on Google for “blog directory” and you will find many of them to submit too.

The third way of getting inbound links with a blog is to host it somewhere other than on your website. Then, provide a link from your blog to your website. After you have done that, you can submit your blog to directories forrepparttar 127836 extra page rank and added exposure. Use this third technique with as many blogs as you have time to update regularly with quality content.

7) Free Article Directory – Create an article directory on your website and allow your visitors to submit articles to it. Ask for a link back to your website in exchange forrepparttar 127837 article submission. This will build your inbound links and create free content for your website. I have successfully used this technique for quite a while. You can see one of my article directories at

Alright, there you go, you now have seven very effective techniques for getting one-way inbound links to your website. Get started on them right away and you should see your search engine rankings rise, your website traffic increase, and your profits explode. If you have any questions about any of these linking techniques just let me know, I will be happy to help. You can find my “contact me” link atrepparttar 127838 bottom of my website.

Trent Brownrigg is a successful internet marketer and home business mentor. Visit his website at and he will personally help you succeed with your own home business. You can subscribe to his “Biz Tips Newsletter” by sending a blank email to:

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