Fascinating And Unique Ways To Get Links For Seo

Most marketers aren’t spending money to send traffic to their Facebook. The larger majority send paid traffic to their website. Think about it, why would I want to pay to send traffic to my Facebook profile where there are several chances for the visitor to leave my profile and not convert into a lead? Facebook is an easily distracted environment. Your website is engaging and focuses on one thing: your niche. No random IM requests, no Farmville to take care of, no “which celebrity do I resemble?” quizzes. Having a website with keyword rich, optimized content is required if you want to maximize your return on investment.

If it is beyond the year 2009 and you are reading this, forget traditional SEO. Make your peace, leave a rose or two, say a prayer – and move on. The rest of the world (wide web) has. Socialized, or Viral Marketing, as it is called, is now the new King. Instead of attempting Old-Method (or any) SEO, focus on viral marketing.

Link relevance – Google uses special algorithm to determine importance of the site. It takes to the consideration topic of the site, of page, anchor text on the link, authority of the site on the subject. The good way to get links from big sites is to submit press releases that can be spread through all new sites like Google news, Yahoo news etc. This is one of the best SEO tips I know.

Optimal SEO results can only be achieved by an SEO expert. WRONG. No technical knowledge or SEO expertise is needed to achieve major success when you use the right SEO strategies.

Social bookmarking is another very important aspect of SEO. It makes it easier for visitors to bookmark your pages. Not only this, it also allows you to submit your website to the social bookmarking sites and in turn you get extra benefit.

Always be informed with the latest SEO news. You really have to be up to date with every little change about search engine algorithms and most especially SEO strategies.

The fifth step is to have a good menu system or a site map. Search engines follow links to find the different pages in your site. If your navigation is one of those JavaScript drop-down menus or Flash menus, the search engines may not find all of your pages unless you have an alternative non-JavaScript link path that they can follow. If you use the fancy JavaScript links, you should have a hard link to a site map on every page. The site map should have a real non-JavaScript list of links that the search engines can follow to map out your whole site. As a standard policy I tend to avoid the JavaScript links in the menus.

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