How To Get Listed In Yahoo For Free!

Written by Godfrey Heron

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But how can you get listed inrepparttar major search engines without paying for listing?

The answer lies in a *simple* linking strategy. And no...I am not referring to link farms which will probably ensure you never get listed.

The free and easy way to get around all of this quagmire, is to link to a site which is already listed.

Search engines look for sites with related content and some of them also want discoverrepparttar 118934 site naturally by their spiders. So if a site is already listed, and you link to that site,repparttar 118935 next timerepparttar 118936 search engine is doing its spidering cycle. It will spin down to your link and add it.

Bingo, you're added faster than you can say free site submission.

I know for a fact that this works because my site, (a one page sales letter, with only one external link) is listed in both Google and Yahoo and I never submitted them, or paid for submission.

Now how do you get a link on another site, preferably a popular site, as these are spidered more frequently?

You can do this by : a:) Contactingrepparttar 118937 webmaster of that site b:) Writing articles

My personal preference is option b.

With this option, you write your article, add your resource box atrepparttar 118938 end ofrepparttar 118939 article, make sure to include your website address and submit your articles torepparttar 118940 various article announcement sites.

If a site likes your article it may be archived on their website andrepparttar 118941 search engine spiders will pick uprepparttar 118942 link,which will also haverepparttar 118943 added benefit of *relevant content*

If your article is carried by a lot of newsletters and websites, you will also have increased "link popularity" which will boost your site's ranking.

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"When is Free not REALLY Free?"

Written by John Evans

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Those are qualifications (strings attached).

If you have a useful offer for your visitors, and you say it's free, then MAKE it FREE! Don't make them have to 'qualify', or click here, and here, and here. Don't put any kind of barrier in front of them. Don't make them jump hurdles, or through hoops. If you do, then you're doing a disservice to your visitors. And what are visitors? They are potential customers. So treat them fair. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ copyright2001-02 John Evans You can use this article but please leave it intact. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Been online for several years, and enjoy writing articles.

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