Marketing Articles: Promoting Your Site Twice!

Written by Martin Lemieux

Marketing Articles: Promoting Your Site Twice! By: Martin Lemieux (Smartads - President) I recently became aware that promoting your web site in Search Engines can instantly be double within Google! That's right, you can instantly promote your site 2 times at once!

So how do you Market Your Site twice?


Most of us typically promote But what you need to realize is that most sites can be found on search engines simply by entering... - withoutrepparttar www.

Try it for a second, lets go to google and type in your url withrepparttar 128135 www. and then withoutrepparttar 128136 www.

So for me it would be:

1) 2)

The same will apply for sub-domains as well. A sub-domain is a section of your site dedicated to something you create but instead of residing within your normal directory, it resides within it's own directory,like I've illustrated below...



And with that again, you can promote your sub-domain twice in Search Engines like so...

1) 2)

So in turn, I've just showed you how you can promote 4 sites with allrepparttar 128137 same goal in mind, yours of course!

How to utilize your new found knowledge:

Hopefully, you are all aware of how important it is to create a link exchange program for your business? Well, what you simply want to do is to mix up your links when submitting to other companies for a listing within their site.

High Google Rankings: Frequency vs. Positioning

Written by Ulli G. Niemann

There's an assumption thatrepparttar higher a ranking or positioning you have with major search engines;repparttar 128134 more people will beat a path to your web doorstep. But based on my experience, that's simply not true! There's another factor that is just as important and may actually drive more traffic to your site.

This big secret is frequency: The number of times your name appears when someone enters a key word in a search engine. I believe thatrepparttar 128135 more times you appear in a search,repparttar 128136 greaterrepparttar 128137 likelihood of someone actually clicking through to your site.

How do you get frequent listings in search engines? Write quality content articles.

I’m an investment advisor and a while ago I started a second web site ( to promote my weekly mutual fund newsletter, capture potential prospect names and house a library of my published articles.

To get people torepparttar 128138 site, I naturally wanted to move up inrepparttar 128139 search engine food chain. I didrepparttar 128140 usual meta tag things, but that didn't cause my rise inrepparttar 128141 rankings. What did cause it surprised me.

One of my first articles (“Do lifestyle funds provide greater security?”) was submitted to some 30 article banks and web sites. Many of them reprinted it, which increasedrepparttar 128142 number of appearances of my name associated withrepparttar 128143 topic. Since many of these sites were already ranked high onrepparttar 128144 search engines, I rode on their success.

Searching Google for "Lifestyle funds" produces over 3 million results. Onrepparttar 128145 first page of results my article is listed four times, onrepparttar 128146 second page three times and on page three it's listed three times, and so on. If you were searching this term, with that much presence you would not likely overlook me.

In addition to generating hits on my web site from potential clients, my frequent listing in search engines yielded another benefit: I was invited to CNNfn's Hollywood studio to discuss my article “How to evaluate load vs. no load mutual funds.” They found me by searching Google for "load vs. no load." That produced almost 5 million results and onrepparttar 128147 first page my article appears three times, onrepparttar 128148 second three times and onrepparttar 128149 third three time as well—and some included my company listing. I was an authority!

Inrepparttar 128150 past six months I have written and published 17 articles withrepparttar 128151 key search terms being part ofrepparttar 128152 title. I pretty much get similar results with all of them. Why? I believe quality content is a key.

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