How to get non Reciprocal LinksWritten by Matt Colyer
In this article we will look at how to get non reciprocal links.
Webmasters have become paranoid with link popularity therefor making it most popular SEO techniques that is used on web today. Why should you be worried about link popularity? Because it is one of most important things that search engines use to rank web sites. Search engines have begun to see a problem with this because webmasters are trading links left and right. So now they put less importance on reciprocal links. Below you will see how easy it is to get non reciprocal.
1) You should get your site listed in both Yahoo! and DMOZ because it can boost rank of a site much more than a few links from an other site. It can be hard to get listed in both Yahoo! and DMOZ because they only accept sites that offer original content and sites that are believed to be useful to Internet surfers. To get in Yahoo! it may cost you from free to 299 dollars, it depends on what category site belongs to. The DMOZ is free matter what category your site belongs to.
2) Write articles to be published on other sites, like this article here you are reading. Use your expertise to write useful articles in your subject/market to be published. You can submit to Yahoo! Groups and articlecity.com. The sites that include your article will also include a resource box with a link back to your site.
3) Get your site listed in directories that are related to your site's market. This is very useful at not only boasting your ranking in search engines, but getting you targeted traffic. If you own a site that's about games search with game resources or game directory. Let's say your site is about dogs search with animal links or dog directory. You can also try...
How To Find Relevant Web Sites For Link ExchangesWritten by Sandi Moses
If you’ve been on internet very long at all, you know that one of very best and certainly cheapest ways of making your web site known is by exchanging links with other sites similar to yours. The more relevant sites that link to yours, more your rating will improve, more people looking for whatever you have will find your site, more traffic you will get and more sales you will make! So just how do you go about finding webmasters who are willing to place a link to your new site onto their site? When your site is brand new, your best bet is to type your key words or phrases into a search engine and see what comes up. The sites you see on first few pages have made it to top of search engine rankings. Go to sites and look around on home page for phrase “links exchange” or sometimes just “links.” They will have instructions for how to place their site on yours, and instructions on information they need from you in order for them to place a link to your site on theirs. Always remember that Golden Rule applies here. You want them to place a link to you on their site so you need to reciprocate. If you are uncomfortable with content of their links page and would prefer not to be associated with that site, then just move on. There are millions of others. Some of higher ranked sites will have non-content related restrictions about with whom they will exchange links. They will only exchange with you if your site and/or links pages have achieved a certain Google PageRank. (*More about that later.) If you encounter such a site, graciously just move on. Don’t waste your time linking to them or requesting a reciprocal link because they will most likely ignore you. For instructions on Keeping Track Of Your Links Exchanges, please follow link to another article that I wrote. Trust me on this one; you need to keep track. You will eventually have many many pages with similar sounding titles and URL’s and they will all begin to swim around in your mind. Only a savant could keep it straight! OK. Now your site has been up and running for awhile and you would like to focus your search on exchanging links with sites that have a higher PageRank. Repeat your very first steps of typing your key words or phrases into a search engine and see what comes up. It may or may not be same sites you saw before, but it will be current top ranked sites for those key words. Go to first site just as before, but this time click on little blue icon on your Google toolbar (if you don’t have Google tool bar click here to download it.) You will see a dropdown menu with 4 items on it. Click on “backward links” and you will get a page of web sites that looks like a regular Google search but is really all of web pages with a PageRank of at least 4 that have linked back to site you started with. Go to each of those sites and request to exchange links with them. The procedure is same, but all of these sites and pages will have a PageRank of at least 4 and more pages ranked at least 4 that link back to you, higher your site will be rated. Just keep plugging away at it. It is tedious to max, but free (unlike some programs on market) and effective.