Convince The Webmasters With High Page Rank

Though this is a tough job to make the webmasters agree with the proposal of linking to your site but if the web page has high page rank then this becomes easy. The page rank provided by the search engines ensure that the particular web page has a lot of web traffic regularly and they are considered as good resources buy the visitors as well as the spiders. In the other sites get linked to the site then the chances are high that they will get a share of the huge traffic; hence many webmasters will like to link to your site

Linking Through Blogging

When you approach any blogger for links make sure you write a short email which is easy to understand and be direct about what you want. Approach bloggers only if you feel your content is unusual and worthy of attention. Do not get into the hassle of trading links. Do not harass them with continuous emails requesting for the links. Pestering them will spoil your chances of getting links from them.
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Convert Your Website To Be Linked

You need to create a compelling headline. The normal blog posts contain two hundred to five hundred words but make yours a little lengthy. You can prefer using lesser words if you have apt videos and pictures to supplement. If you want you can make a good impression by creating a list of things. Because of the lengthy content it makes your content look different from the usual blogs.
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[WP Plugin] Nofollow Links in Posts

First of all you need to what exactly is a Nofollow link. This is particular HTML Value that is often used to give some information to the search engines. They are meant to tell the search engine if they should follow the link or not. This is a good way to control the web traffic according to your wish.

The Nofollow links are great options to stop spam and prevent the false indexing of a web page in the search engine results. There are many Nofollow links that are being used in the posts now-a-days. This is done when it is known that the content of that particular post is threatening for the entire site.

Where to use the Nofollow links?

There are certain cases wherein you are allowed to or you should use the Nofollow links. Whenever you feel that the number of outgoing links has become bigger than it is required you can attach a Nofollow link to the posts.
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A Great Tool For Building Back-Links

We all know how hard it is to come back backlinks to our web sites, now that the web is a hugely-crowded space and spam is clogging half the pipes. So you’ve got the option of buying links (if you want to take the risk), directory submissions (limited effectiveness) and article publishing (time-intensive).

One of the best remaining options is commenting on do-follow blogs. Again, this can be utilized for spam by junk comments…but most do-follow bloggers are forced to manually approve their comments…and it won’t be approved anyway. So…why not take 5 minutes to read the blog post and contribute something of value (an opinion, an insight or a personal experience)? The blogger will appreciate (and approve) your contribution, and you’ll benefit from the backlink to your site.

But…how do you find these magical do-follow blogs? There are TONS of lists out there on various blogs and sites…but most are woefully out of date.

The best one we’ve found is a new directory, called The Rise Above Directory. Hundreds of blogs, confirmed as do-follow, categorized for your convenience…even ranked by Google PR. However, don’t fall into the trap of just commenting on high-PR blogs. That’s the kind of tactic that appeals to link-sellers…which isn’t a very good long-term investment in the first place. Instead, find a good blog and support it with a comment or two. It’s PR will rise in time and you’ll benefit as well. Plus, the lower-PR posts are less likely to have comments…i.e., fewer links to erode whatever link juice is available.

What is Teoma and How Does it Work?

Teoma is the search engine that powers Ask. In early 2006, Ask killed the Teoma brand and the website, but Teoma is still the search technology used to power Ask.

The core of the Teoma search technology is based upon the idea that society and the Internet consist of tiny communities that self-organize themselves into hubs and authorities.

Hubs and Authorities

An authority is a site that is linked to by many sites and pages covering that topic. A hub links to many relevant topical sites. It is said that a good authority has links from many good hubs, and good hubs link to many good authorities.

If you read search engine papers and information mining topics such as latent semantic indexing and multi-dimensional scaling, you can learn how some of those technologies are similar to what Teoma does. LSI works at understanding word relationships, but Teoma looks at understanding link relationships between pages within communities.
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Link Searching Tips

The most time-consuming part of SEO is building a linking campaign. Tools or ideas that help us save time doing this are extremely valuable.

You can classify domain extension or specific site ideas when searching for potential links:

  • “Inurl:+”.edu”
  • “intitle:links” or “intitle:partners” or “intitle:resources” or “intitle:engines”
  • “searchenginewatch” or “search engine watch”
  • In Google you are not able to use the “link”: function with other advanced search operators at the same time; in Yahoo! or MSN you can.

    Filtering out a site can be exceptionally helpful. If there is a specific site that is clouding up your link search, you can filter them out by placing “” in your search string.

    How to Succeed in Google

    Google is harder to manipulate than the other search engines, and Google tends to trust new sites much less than their competitors do. If you run a new website, do not expect to rank well in Google for competitive queries until AFTER you rank well in Yahoo! and MSN.

    If you have an old, well-trusted domain but have not focused on SEO yet, then doing simple things like fixing up your page titles and gaining a few authoritative or descriptive inbound links might be all you need to do.
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    How To Get Perfect Links

    Google using multiple algorithms in conjunction can allow them to place exceptional positive bias on links that fit most or all their bolt on relevancy boosting algorithms. This means the best links are those from the following places:

  • Well-trusted sites (think of sites that were chosen as seed sites or linked to from seed sites in the TrustRank algorithm)
  • Sites that are on your theme
  • Pages on that site that are about your topic, which is linked to from many sites on your topic, and also link to other resources similar to your site
  • The anchor text of these pages would include some versions of your primary keywords
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    The Pros and Cons of Article Rewriting

    Rewriting an article is an ability that many writers think they have, but very few in reality, do. The need for rewriting an article could encompass many reasons, and the methodology used to attack the task will in the main depend on the motives and the requisite outcome, but each will have their very own pros and cons, so let’s have a look.

    The first reason we will look at is the case of article directory submissions. The preparation of a rewritten adaptation of a previously commissioned article in order to obtain two articles instead of one, allows for one version to be placed on a website, for example, and the rewritten one could be submitted to the various article directories. The reasons for doing this are to offshoot the disadvantages of competing with other people utilising the exact same content. On article directories, although gaining valuable backlinks through the resource box, one is actually challenging for keywords against all the other websites that are using the very same article. One could then be faced with the problem of duplicate content and all that particular scenario entails.

    The same approach is similar for the second reason, except this time one may want to use the same article for utilising a particular keyword on many web sites, in effect, competing against themselves.

    Another quite common reason, and the third one we will look at, is that a person may require an article to be rewritten so that the same article can be used for an assortment of keywords. Obviously this method necessitates a slightly different rewriting style as two keywords very rarely have the same connotation.

    A fourth, more contentious reason is the total rewrite of a particular article so that the end result is entirely different to the original. A person may decide that a specific article could do a great job for them, either on a website or on a directory, etc, but may decide it needs to be rewritten in such a manner that it’s distinguishable from the original article.

    Obviously, this type of process would generally indicate that a specific article has been pulled from the internet, while removing all traces of the author’s resource box. Basically a person requires an article to be rewritten using their own name in place of the authors, and presented in such a way that the genuine author will not be able to identify it. This procedure though is very much pushing the margins of plagiarism and should definitely be considered as one of the downsides of article rewriting.

    People should bear in mind that if they require an article to be rewritten, they should establish what their intentions really are. If they are not careful, a rewrite could potentially damage their site listings as opposed to improving them. For those requiring the actual gist of the article is to remain exactly the same, they should realise that article rewriting itself is not as easy as most people believe are led to believe.