Tons of Top 10 Rankings Guaranteed

Written by John Gergye

Okay I admit it. I was kidding. I can't guarantee top 10 search engine rankings any more thanrepparttar next guy.

But hold on. Before you click away in disgust I believe I've gotrepparttar 128230 next best thing. That all but guarantees you'll get top 10 rankings. Lots of them. For next to nothing. So you might want to stick around and find out what this is all about.

You see to hear some tell it a top 10 ranking is a shoo in. A gimme. A piece of cake.

Must be since Google Adwords are crammed with all sorts of beckoning, come hither ads that suggest as much.

Now admittedly in any food chain evenrepparttar 128231 bottom feeders play a role inrepparttar 128232 big scheme of things. But I don't know. Such pitches may be hard forrepparttar 128233 typical traffic starved newbie to resist. I mean these ads suggest for a mere $49, $69 or $99 you'll be rolling in top 10 rankings in no time.

The sad truth is you may indeed land some top 10 rankings. But they won't be for keywords that produce much if any traffic. And if you don't get any traffic what good arerepparttar 128234 top 10 rankings?

Still, let's not be so hasty. While I'm not advocating anyone plunk down hard earned cash inrepparttar 128235 hopes of landing high search engine rankings for competitive keywords, hidden inrepparttar 128236 hype is a low cost strategy. In other words there's a way to make this work. If you know how. And you will in about 60 seconds.

Here's all you do.

Simply fire up Wordtracker. (A subscription is about $8 for a day.) Start looking for related keywords by doing a search for a broad, general, generic keyword in your niche. Then drill down and dig up allrepparttar 128237 related "exact" keyword phrases that have 9 or fewer competing pages. All that's left is to optimize a page on your site for each one and presto chango! A top 10 ranking!

See? A surefire formula for guaranteed top 10 rankings. Brain dead simple too.

Now I call such search terms "orphan keywords". Orphans becauserepparttar 128238 search volume is so low they are all but ignored byrepparttar 128239 fat cats intent on landingrepparttar 128240 big fish -- a.k.a. high rankings for terms that get hundreds of searches a day.

Google PageRank Explained

Written by Tony Zhu

1. What is PageRank?

Here is what Google says:

" PageRank relies onrepparttar uniquely democratic nature ofrepparttar 128229 web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page's value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more thanrepparttar 128230 sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzesrepparttar 128231 page that castsrepparttar 128232 vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves "important" weigh more heavily and help to make other pages "important."

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In other words, PageRank is simply a mechanical algorithm by Google that attempts to evaluaterepparttar 128233 importance of your website larged based onrepparttar 128234 amount and quality of backlinks your website have. Forrepparttar 128235 more intellectual crowds out there, check out The PageRank Citation Ranking: Bringing Order torepparttar 128236 Web.

2. How do I checkrepparttar 128237 PR of a webpage?

If you use Internet Explorer, download and installrepparttar 128238 Google Toolbar. There will be a green ind icator onrepparttar 128239 toolbar that tellsrepparttar 128240 PR of a particular page. Hovering your mouse overrepparttar 128241 ind icator will give you a numeric value ofrepparttar 128242 PR. In addition, there are numerous tools out there that will checkrepparttar 128243 PR of a page withoutrepparttar 128244 toolbar. If you use Mozilla Firefox, you can installrepparttar 128245 PageRank Checker extention.

3. Why do I want a higher PR?

It used to be believed that a higher PR value will give you a higher position in SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages). However, this is no longerrepparttar 128246 case. As any experienced webmaster, and even Google themselves, would tell you, there are hundreds of factors that determine where your page is displayed inrepparttar 128247 results.

Google states that they do not recommend webmasters exchange links to increase their PR. They see it as trying to "game" their search engine. Lastly, many people believe that a higher PR causes Googlebot to crawl through a page more often.

4. Is it a good idea to buy links for a higher PR?

Websites with higher PR (6, 7, 8) often make money by selling links to sites with lower PR. As Google states, if they are aware that sites are selling PR instead of just advertising space (how they can differrepparttar 128248 two I can't say or if, ind eed, they can), bothrepparttar 128249 buyer and seller may be penalized. The penalty may takerepparttar 128250 form of a lower position in SERPs and/or a downgrade of PR. Thus, we recommend that you do not buy links simply for a higher PR.

5. But I still would like to improverepparttar 128251 PR of my site. What should I do?

First of all, sites don't have PR, pages do. (hencerepparttar 128252 name Page Rank) Therefore, it is possible for an internal page to have a higher PR thanrepparttar 128253 homepage. In order to get PR,repparttar 128254 only way is to get links to it. Incoming backlink from a page with a higher PR is more valuable than incoming a backlink from a page with a lower PR. In addition,repparttar 128255 PageRank that a link "gives" is spread out betweenrepparttar 128256 number of links onrepparttar 128257 page. For example, a backlink from a PR4 page with only two links onrepparttar 128258 page can be more valuable than a backlink from a PR7 page with fifty links onrepparttar 128259 page.

6. How many links would I need to get my homepage to PR7?

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