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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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  • Getting Links To Your Site
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    The reasoning for this is you want as many links COMING IN to your site with as FEW as possible going out of your site. The more links you have coming in the better as each link counts as 1 vote for your site. The more votes you have, the more popular your site is seen to be.

    Try getting as many 1 way links as possible. This means a link coming into your site without you linking directly back to said site. The engine then sees the link as “organic” or having appeared naturally. When you do a straight reciprocal link the engine scores this lower as it looks to have been requested.

    You want to make your links seems as if they have appeared naturally! Ie. The webmaster liked your content and linked to your site without you requesting them to do so.

    Press Releases:

    Press Releases are a fantastic way to not only drive large quantities of traffic to your site but to also gain backlinks. Writing a press release is not as daunting as it sounds either.

    You simply need to write a good article which gives advice or provides information. You do not want to try any hard sell tactics but rather provide free information that users will find helpful or interesting. People love information and if you make it available to them in a good article not only will they visit your site, but in many instances link to it too!

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