Using Back Links to get Top Search Engine Ranking

Written by Richard Moore

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5. Join a link co-op. Co-ops such asrepparttar one found at are an amazing source of valuable back links and free advertisement. What is a co op network? A Co op network is a network of site owners/webmasters that offer ad space torepparttar 148403 network. In return,repparttar 148404 ads they define are displayed acrossrepparttar 148405 entire network. The best part of ad networks such asrepparttar 148406 one found at digital point, is, they are free. Having your site in a co-op can literally mean thousands of back links for your site.

6. Buying ezine ads is a paid method of advertising, but it works, because it isrepparttar 148407 most targeted of these approaches. Write a concise ad for your business, and link to either a lead-capture page or directly to your autoresponder. Then, begin contacting ezines to place your ad. (Do a search for “ezine directories,” and you will find enough lists to keep you busy.) When you contact an ezine, look for rates for both classified ads and solo ads. The advantage to a solo ad is that your ad goes out by itself in a separate email, but they can be more expensive. Because these ads are targeted (you should NOT advertise in an unrelated ezine), you will definitely see traffic, but you will need to track your results to see which ezines bring yourepparttar 148408 most and best traffic.

7. Ad Swaps can be an exellent source of advertising. Start by writing some killer copy (to coin a phrase...there are many free articles and ebooks writen onrepparttar 148409 subject). Simply use your favorite search engine and type to write ad copy. I googled this as I am wriying this and it showed 12,400,000 results. WOW! Once you have your ad written, search out Ezines that are inrepparttar 148410 same catagory as your business or service. Again use your favorite web search. Build yourself a list of ezines and then email them asking if they except ad swaps. Include your ad in your corrospondance withrepparttar 148411 ezines so they can see what you are offering. Another place to check for ezines is to type in Ezine directories in your seach engine. Look up ezines in your catagory of business or service. Most listings will tell you if they except ad swaps andrepparttar 148412 peramiters ofrepparttar 148413 ad such as how many lines and how many characters per line. Don't forget to ad your website url in your ad.

If you want to have a successful site, whether-it-be a hobby or for business, you have to understand how search engines work. Part of that understanding, is knowing about link development. Maybe inrepparttar 148414 early 90’srepparttar 148415 idea of “if you build it they will come” might have been true. But inrepparttar 148416 year 2005repparttar 148417 internet is a far more competitive and complex place. To be successful today, you have to work at it. Without a quality source of back linksrepparttar 148418 search engines will all but ignore your site.

Richard D. Moore is the President and Founder of IncomeNow! Marketing Masters. With 12 years of online business experience, we offer Free support to every subscriber to IncomeNow! A No Hype, No Bull, Honest and Real source to help you start or grow your business and/or Ezine

Network Marketing - Ask Mr. Kipling

Written by Hamish Hayward

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HOW do I identifyrepparttar right opportunity for me? Don't sign up for an opportunity because it has a nice website or a good sales letter/email. Do investigaterepparttar 148326 six key criteria: Product, Cost, Company, Commission, Administration and Sales.

Make sure that you're completely happy with each of these areas and you'll avoid any nasty surprises.

WHERE should I set up shop? Keep costs down by working from home. The power ofrepparttar 148327 internet means that you can tap intorepparttar 148328 world market working from your spare room in your pyjamas. You can work offline if you want using leaflets, brochures, direct mail etc. - but don't limit yourself geographically.

WHO should I be working with? Obviously you'rerepparttar 148329 star ofrepparttar 148330 show. It's your business and you will enjoy a much higher degree of autonomy than would be available in almost any job. You're not entirely isolated though, and findingrepparttar 148331 right people to work with is very important.

Pick a good company to work with. Ideally one that's been around for a while and which provides good training and support. Selectingrepparttar 148332 right company to partner with will significantly increase your chances of success and minimiserepparttar 148333 probability of being scammed.

Most scammers and con artists tend not to stick around too long. They make their money and then move on before they get caught - so choosing to work with an established company is always a good idea if you want to reduce risk.

Another key player isrepparttar 148334 person who recruited you or introduced you torepparttar 148335 opportunity. They may be referred to as your "upline", "team leader", "sponsor", "mentor" etc. depending uponrepparttar 148336 company that you're working with.

This person doesn't need to be atrepparttar 148337 very top ofrepparttar 148338 business. If they were then they might find it difficult to find time to help you. However, they should be experienced and willing to help. Exchange emails with them, talk onrepparttar 148339 phone and see how responsive they are. If they're not right for you then you can always get involved inrepparttar 148340 same opportunity but with a different mentor.

Finally, you will build your own team or "downline". Try to be a good sponsor to your team members and help them out as much as you can. Remember - just because you introduced them torepparttar 148341 business you're not their boss. Offer them advice and encouragement but don't forget that they came into your opportunity to have their own business - just as you did.

Hamish Hayward

Hamish Hayward Discover the key criteria to use when assess business opporunities. Now available in e-book format.

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