Website Promotion Internet Marketing Will Keep You On Top

Written by Daegan Smith

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Website promotion Internet marketing will help determine what your website’s visitors are really looking for. The main aim is to get your visitors to buy something. Give themrepparttar 137265 opportunity to cruise your site and not be barrage by pop-ups and other annoyances. Understand what they want to find on your website and make it easy for them to locate it. Trust, credibility, and site loyalty are crucial factors to build into your website.

Busting Google's "100" Link-Limit Myth

Written by Paul Bliss

If I had a nickel for every time I read somewhere that having more than 100 links on any page would send up flags in Google, I might be able to pay off my mortgage by now...

While I believe there is some truth to this, as in, if you have a FFA (Free For All) site, or a link farm where anyone can add links, then I could see where this would be detrimental to your rankings.

However, if you have relevant links on your page pointing to other sites similarly themed to your site, how can you be penalized? Who's Google to say how many relevant sites there are about your topic?

How could Google (or any other search engine for that matter) tell us,repparttar web users, who their friends are?

Suppose I have a website aboutrepparttar 137136 NFL. Maybe I have a page that has every player listed, and a link to their stats - currently, that would be around 500 links. All those links would be relevant, and allrepparttar 137137 links are pointing to unique content. How could any search engine surmise and penalize this?

The Internet is growing at such a rate that it's very conceivable thatrepparttar 137138 search engines will never be able to index every piece of virtual real estaterepparttar 137139 web has to offer. And with growth, comes more places to be found, and in return, more places to link to.

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