Link Your Way to the Top

You need to get some good backlinks aka hyperlinks aka LINKS to get your site to the top of the search engine results pages!

SpiderIt’s easy if you know what to do and what NOT to do.

You can do all the usual stuff like submitting to directories and getting link exchanges going, but the truth is unless you have a reasonable number of good quality text links that truly show your page is relevant for a given target keyword, you most likely won’t get on page one of the results.

While content on the page is important (on page factors) what really makes a page rise to the top is having good content AND incoming links that contain the target keywords in the link text aka anchor text pointing to the exact URL with the relevant content. You need both to get on to the first page of Google.

Of course you can do all sorts of other things like invest time and effort to build forums and blogs and communities (takes a long time), but the truth is, unless you have a good presence on Google for keywords that people search for (high volume) you might not be able to get off the ground much less sustain a decent amount of traffic to the site..

And then there is LINK POPULARITY. That’s a buzz word – link popularity is a way to gauge if your web site or web page has a lot of links pointing at it. Some people think you must have massive link popularity to rank number one on Google. That’s not true.

In many cases a small handful of good relevant text links is all it takes to rank high on Google.

The best way for you to quickly get good text links with your target keywords is by posting articles in blogs that have your links in them.

Just go and look for blogging tips at this membership web site to make money blogging. It will show you how to get links by posting in blogs. The trick is the posts have great content and relevance makes your links count for more.

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