It is often said, by many search engine optimization experts, that Money Robot Submitter is great in 2019. Others proclaim that Link Building Tools are king. The simple fact is, if you are to be successful using Advanced Seo Software, all aspects of Search Engine Marketing (SEM) are essential to the mix.
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Starting to build links can be a daunting task when you don't really know where to start. Don't worry though, because it's not really that hard once you have a solid system in place.
So what are some of the more popular ways of building links?
Here are a few of them:
- Writing and submitting articles to article directories such as EzineArticles.com
- Using Web 2.0 and Social Media, publish content with links pointing back to your site.
- Commenting on blogs with the 'dofollow' plugin enabled
- Submitting to website directories - the good ones!
- Paying for links - be very careful with this unless you want to get penalized by Google
- Link exchanges - "I'll put your link on my site if you put mine on yours" - be careful with this one too.
- PAD Software submissions - distributing shareware across different download sites with links back to you.
- Blog networks - networks of blogs you can publish content to, with links back to you of course
Now those are just a few of the ways to build links to your website, but you really don't need more than a few, say 2-4 maybe. At least that's enough for me and I have almost all of my websites at #1 for my keywords.
Here's an example of how you can use this as a system, combining a few of the above methods.
- Submit your website to the 50 top website directories
- Comment on a few dofollow blogs
- Write and submit 10 articles to the top 5 article directories like EzineArticles.
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There are two things required to rank at the top of the search engines. With both of these elements in place, your site should see high placements. But if you are weak in either, ranking will be almost impossible. They are: relevant content and links:
It may seem obvious, but I will point it out anyways. If someone types video games into Google, your site on the topic of carpet cleaning will not show up. This is because Google will automatically know what your site is about. In a nutshell, it will check your site and say "okay, this site is about video games. When someone types video games into me, I will make sure that this site is somewhere in the mix."
This is not to say that your site will automatically be at the top (remember, there are also millions of other sites about video games). This just means that Google knows which terms your site MIGHT rank for. To determine whether it is #1 or #1 million we have to look at the second element...
After relevant content, there is another equally important factor: the number of links from other sites that are pointing to your site. This is an over simplification, but the site that has the most links pointing to it will rank higher than others. If your buddy links to your site from his, Google considers this to be a VOTE to push your site higher. If 5,000 people link to your site, you will be pushed much higher. Got that?
Repeat this until it makes sense: the more links a site has pointing to it, the higher it will rank.
That is rule #1 about linking, but there is also more too this linking stuff than just that. Let me illustrate by giving you a puzzle. Go to Google and type in "Click Here". The first result should be either Adobe Reader or Apple Quicktime. Based on what we have learned, why would these sites possibly show up here? Neither of them say "click here" anywhere so the content is clearly not relevant...
The answer: there are so many other sites that point to Adobe Reader with a link that says Click Here (i.e. click here to download Adobe Reader). The point I am getting to is that what the link actually says matters immensely. If someone points to your site with a link that says: YourSite.com, that will help you rank for YourSite.com. If they point to you with a link that says Learn to Knit, that will help you rank for Learn to Knit. Are you still following me?
So what does this mean? Can you guess? Once you know what terms you need to rank for (should be completed in the section above), we need to build links. When doing this, you need to make sure that those links (the part with the underlined text) match that term. Are you going after Video Game Reviews? Then you better make sure all of your links use the text: "Video Game Reviews" - Exactly. Again, this is because the more links that say "video game reviews" the more VOTES your site has to push it higher when a user types this into Google.
I know, I know. I have not explained everything yet and depending on where you are coming from, it might seem a bit over your head at this point. Just accept that and keep moving, there is no easy way to explain the inner workings of SEO in one article. It will take time and practice to master what we are discussing here.
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Link-building SEO (Search Engine Optimization) has two main purposes: To increase traffic to a website and to improve the website's ranking in search engines. Generally, the more incoming backlinks a website has, the higher it will rank. However, it's not all about the quantity of the incoming links, it's also very much about the quality of the incoming links. Dozens of weak backlinks often don't add up to the value of one or two strong valuable links. Google and other search engines consider a website with a lot of strong incoming links to be important, and consequently it will rank higher. So what determines the value of a backlink? There are a number of factors.
1) Anchor text. Quite simply, anchor text is the text that is visible to someone looking at the link. For example, clicking on a link to a car insurance company like Progressive might take you to progressive.com, but the text you see and click on might read "auto insurance". Anchor text that is descriptive about the website or web page has greater value than a simple URL link when it comes to link building SEO.
2) Page authority. Backlinks from websites and web pages that Google considers to be important have greater value than those from websites and web pages Google does not consider to be important. If your website has an incoming link from nasa.gov, that backlink would carry much more value than a backlink from billspetshop.com.
3) Number of other links. If your link is the only link on a web page it will have much more value than a link on a web page with dozens of other links. The easiest way to think of this is in numerical terms. If the page has a weight of 100 and your link is the only link on the page, than it will receive 100% of the value. However, if your link shares the page with 20 other links it will receive only 5% value.
4) Domain age. The age of the domain the backlink is coming from can influence its value. Google and other search engines trust older established websites more than new websites.
5) Relevancy. If the web page the backlink is coming from is all about scrapbooking and the backlink leads to another site about scrapbooking, the backlink has much more value than if it leads to a website about exotic cars. Google weighs the value of all incoming links to a website, link building SEO is about building links that work together in concert around a common relevant theme.
There are of course other link building SEO factors that influence the value of a link, but these are some of the most important.