As you know, link popularity has a huge impact on your website's ranking in search engines.
The basic gist is that the higher your website ranks in the search engines, the more links it will have.
However, getting these PR sites to link back to yours is more important.
"How can I get these high PR links without having to buy high PR links and/or spend countless hours searching the internet for link partners with the possibility of rejection?" is the current inquiry.
Plus, as webmasters, we can only afford to save time, especially if you're just starting out.
To get the most out of our efforts, we must make the most of every minute.
That said, I will show you my "backdoor" method to get free high PR links to your website and have them beg you to come back.
The cool thing about this is that you can achieve it by following the three steps I'm about to go over. Pay attention to them because if you do, you will not only get hundreds of backlinks to your website but also thousands, if not thousands, of targeted visitors to your website at once - and all for free!
Step 1. You must first write an essay.
The first step is to write a relevant article about your product or service that entices the reader to click through to your website to learn more about you and your product or service after they have finished reading it.
Now you may be wondering why you are asked to write an essay!
Well, it's actually pretty simple because you can choose what you want to include in the conclusion of your article.
Your own "resource box", which contains information about your website and, most importantly, your website URL.
Therefore, if someone decides to publish your article in their newsletter, website, blog, or article directory, they must include a "Resource Box" with your website URL.
Some of you may be thinking, “I don't know how to write an article” and you are not alone.
I've put together some resources for you so that you can easily learn how to organize your articles or hire someone else to write them.
The first is an article I wrote called "The Seven-Step Formula for Writing Powerful Articles in Under an Hour."
It will show how to organize your articles to make them easier to write. The second resource is Elance.com, which can be found at http://www.elance.com. It's a site where you can submit projects by category and freelance writers. http://www.internetwondersezine.com/article_11.html will submit bids for your project. The budget and the winner are decided by you.
You can start in the right direction with this.
Keep in mind that your article is the core of your "backlinking" strategy, so put in some effort to get it seen by as many people as possible.
Step 2. Make your article available to article directories.
This is the next step, and it's important because it's where website owners and/or ezine publishers who are constantly in need of new, high-quality information to satisfy their audience's thirst for information will pick up your article or articles.
Every day, thousands of ezine publishers and hundreds of article directories search for quality content. In addition, if they decide to publish your article, they must include your website information and URL in their Resource Box.
It all comes down to the numbers. The more potential backlinks you will get to your website, the more article directories and websites you submit your articles to.
Additionally, as a result of Article Directories' recent incorporation of RSS (Real Simple Syndication) technology, your articles will generate more backlinks to your website without your involvement.
In a moment, more on RSS.
Are you beginning to realize the importance of writing your own articles?
I think so.
Step 3. Create an RSS feed for your own article.
The last step is also a very powerful one.
Your own RSS feed should be set up for your articles.
Now, if you don't know what RSS is, here's a basic explanation: RSS is an acronym for "Real Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary". the. The XML extension is the format used to distribute your news headlines over the Internet, which is called a "share".
The true power of RSS is unleashed through "sharing," which instantly sends your message or information to websites, subscribers, and/or readers who have subscribed to your RSS feed.
Set up your own blog at either Wordpress.org (http://www.wordpress.org) or Blogger.com (http://www.blogger.com). WordPress is more advanced, so I'd recommend setting up a Blogger blog instead if you don't have much experience with blogging or installing scripts. This will take less than five minutes to complete.
That's all I do, just give you some options!
The only thing left for you after setting up your blog is to add articles.
Tip: Use Anchor Text and associate your URL with your most relevant keywords. In doing so, search engine spiders will give your website a higher ranking for the keyword term you specify in your anchor text.
Submitting your new RSS feed to RSS directories and RSS search engines is all you need to do after adding your articles.
Some resources to get you started are listed below.
That's all about it. Ping-O-Matic: http://pingomatic.com RSS Top 55: http://www.masternewmedia.org/rss/top55
Now that I have given you a lot of information in this article, just follow it step by step because, if you put it into action correctly, it will provide you with backlinks to your website, free targeted traffic from search engines and website owners, and e-zine publishing for years to come.----