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WEB DEVELOPMENT

Getting Links To Your Site
By: Terry Echols
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    2006-08-31

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    In my experience this is the single most important factor to increasing your search engine rankings.

    Links count as a vote for your site, so the more you have the better your site will rank on all the search engines.
    I have listed several methods below which will help you get links to your site and increase your search engine rankings. I have also listed the different types of links available for your site. Check out the links forum if you have any additional questions, I am happy to answer them for you.

    But before I get to the linking methods you need to know a few very important linking basics.

    Anchor text – Very Important!

    Anchor text is the text used to link to your site. This is also the keyword/s or phrases you want to be found under in the search engines. If you have a site about Florida Real Estate and that is your target phrase in 60% of your link requests you would want the terms “Florida Real Estate” used when linking to your site.

    Mix up your anchor text!

    Remember that the key to building a good link campaign or network of links is to make them seem organic. I cannot stress this enough – organic, Organic, ORGANIC!

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