Search Engine Friendly Free Content

Written by Michael A. Domeck

As you add content to your site wouldn’t it be nice if it: * Was highly relevant to your content? * Was written for you so you could be doing other things? * The type content thatrepparttar Search Engines would rank high? * Content that was constantly fresh and relevant for your visitors? * The type content that makes visitors want to come back everyday to read?

If you can answer yes to just some ofrepparttar 128261 above questions then you need to read on. This is a little trick I learned that only took me about five minutes to implement. Withrepparttar 128262 reverse linking method I used and with this method I was able to get my page rank, with Google, from zero to 2/10 within one week of re-submitting my home page to Google.

Everywhere you turn people are talking about “RSS” feeds and “Blogs”. What if I could show you how to add an RSS feed to your site - with just a few lines of code and couple clicks of teh mouse? And what if this news feed constantly updated itself and was written just for your site? Interested?

Here’s how you can do it.

Go torepparttar 128263 site and followrepparttar 128264 simple directions. The “AnyRSS” is a simple but very powerful tool allowing you to generate custom RSS news feeds for any Niche subject and posting them on your site. To userepparttar 128265 tool enter one to three, of your selected keywords, inrepparttar 128266 search box and click onrepparttar 128267 button “Generate Feed Url”.

Inrepparttar 128268 first box is an url and inrepparttar 128269 2nd box is a snippet of “JavaScript” code. Clickrepparttar 128270 “Test It” button and look atrepparttar 128271 results it produces. If this is satisfactory then go back and copyrepparttar 128272 “url” andrepparttar 128273 JavaScript code to a blank text editor like notepad. Save this information – and remember what directory you saved it in.

How and Why Reverse Linking Will Help Your Rankinks

Written by Michael A. Domeck

What is "Reverse Linking"? These are links that you set up to other "relevant" web sites. You link to them but they DO NOT link to you. I classify these as my "resource" links!

I set up a separate page on my web site and call it a resource page. This is NOT a links page or a "My Favorite Links" page. This page provides external links to highly relevant resources for my visitors. Think of it as adding "free" content to your website that is contributed byrepparttar best websites around.

Who Should You Link Out To? (Reverse Links)

"who should you link to" is a very serious question and one and will have a significant impact on your future search engine placements. When you link to other highly relevant, external, sites, you are tellingrepparttar 128260 Search Engines - "This site has highly appropriate content that compliments my site and it will add to my visitors overall enjoyment."

The potentially positive impact is so great there is a need for a number of considerations when determining which web site that you should link to. Factors that must be considered in making this determination are:

1) Isrepparttar 128261 potential site's content related to your sites content? Just like a good incoming link strategy (sites linking to you),repparttar 128262 relevance ofrepparttar 128263 content found on both sites must be high. If you put a bunch of links from your site out to other websites which have completely unrelated content,repparttar 128264 value of these links will produce negligible results. Actually they will tend to rapidly reducerepparttar 128265 perceived value of your own site.

2) Are you trying to link to a competitor? Since we are linking "out" and we are not looking for a linking partner your ultimate interests must be considered. Do you really want to link to a site that providesrepparttar 128266 same, or very similar, products and/or services as you provide? Unless that site is willing to reciprocate with a link and they have a higher PageRank than you do that is NOT a good idea!

3) What isrepparttar 128267 PageRank ofrepparttar 128268 other website? The majority of people falsely believe that outbound links hurt your SE placement. Actuallyrepparttar 128269 opposite isrepparttar 128270 truth. Poor link-building isrepparttar 128271 biggest cause of these misconceptions, notrepparttar 128272 actual link. Always checkrepparttar 128273 PageRank assigned by Google when you are choosing whether to link to another site. Likerepparttar 128274 boost a relevant link from a high PageRank site gives to your site inrepparttar 128275 incoming links it can have a positive effect on your outbound (reverse) links. If all of your outbound links go to highly regarded sites (as seen byrepparttar 128276 search engines) and their content is complimentary to your site then these links will definitely gain you higher rankings.

Findingrepparttar 128277 Links

Where isrepparttar 128278 best place to look for links to boost your search engine placement? The best place to start looking isrepparttar 128279 search engines themselves. Searching will easily produce hundreds of "potential" links. Actually, if you didrepparttar 128280 proper initial research for your keyword and niche selection you will already have a lot of this information.

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