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Saturday, August 23rd, 2008

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Great Post On How To Build a Successful Link Building

Wednesday, August 13th, 2008

Jonathon Locke posted at WF about his way of link building and I am sharing it to you here:

The main concept you need to repeat to yourself daily when trying to do SEO is:

“Make it look NATURAL”

Google is probably one of the most complex (if not THE most complex) and sophisticated algorithms anywhere. They can easily see through any link facade you might be trying to run, and they will penalize you for it. As such, building links needs to be done with these 3 things in mind:

1. Start Slow, Gain Momentum
2. Spread Out Your Link Sources
3. Get Your Most Authoritative and Relevant Links FIRST

Let’s start with #1. Apart from movies and news stories that gain thousands of back-links the day they launch, no website launches with that kind of link growth. Even most news stories don’t hold their ranks in the SERPs very long, simply because they get a blast of links, and then that’s it – they don’t have a steady stream of people linking to the website, which is what Google is looking for. What this means for you? To make your link building look natural (and thus make it more effective), you need to start off slow and gain momentum. If you are planning on creating 10 links per day to a website, start off with 1. Then 2, then 4, and so on. A website that starts off with 10 links per day and continues to get 10 links per day doesn’t show the same amount of growth as a website that starts off with 1, and eventually gets a steady 10. It sounds odd, but you have to remember – the more natural looking it is, the more effective (and higher ranking) it will be.

On to #2. SPREAD OUT YOUR LINKS! 80-90% of the time when I ask a new marketer what his traffic strategy is going to be, he/she tells me one thing. “Article marketing”. When I ask why they chose to go that route, they tell me because they will get great traffic from the articles, and it will build back links to their website, allowing them to get ranked in the search engines as well. That’s fine, but if you are concentrating 100% of your efforts into creating and posting articles to Ezinearticles.com or a similar site, you won’t rank well in the SERPs (quickly or easily at least). The reason? Remember, Google is looking for a natural pattern of links – the ideal site has hundreds of different people from different websites linking to that site because it has interesting, relevant content. So when you get those 150 backlinks from Ezinearticles.com, Google sees one site that finds your website interesting and relevant enough to link to. The result? Not very much “weight” in the search engines. You want to spread your links out from many, many sources – here’s a small list to get you thinking:

1. Website Directories (especially the powerful ones I mention in a bit)
2. Article Directories
3. Blogs
4. Competitor Websites
5. News Websites
6. LinkVana
7. Forum Signatures and posts

All of these should be employed in one way or another when you are working on a link-building campaign.

Finally, #3 – Get Your Most Authoritative and Relevant Links FIRST. This is huge, as link age has a lot to do with your ranking in Google as much as anything else. You are going to want to grab your most authoritative and relevant links in the beginning, so that as the months go on and you build more and more links, you will be aging your most important links. Here is a small list of the links you should try to grab early on:

1. Powerful website directories (Yahoo is the #1, DMOZ, etc.)
2. Niche News websites -Try to get the authority sites in your niche to link to you in the very beginning. If you have done your niche research, you should know which websites are the “Hubs” of the niche (where your target customers go to get their news, etc.) This is huge, as relevance is a big part of the Google algorithm, as well as authority – if you can get them both by scoring a link with the powerful sites within your niche, you will do very, very well with your SEO efforts (especially as the links age over time).
3. Competitor Websites – Find your top competitors (the very largest websites in your niche). Get links from them in the beginning (pay if you have to, but make sure they don’t advertise that they sell their links). Let them age. Get high rankings for your website in return, over time.

Once you’ve grabbed as many authority and relevant links as you can in the beginning, start writing your articles, commenting on blogs, making blogs and linking your site to them, making posts in forums linking to your site, grab LinkVana and make some blog posts, get a list of your competitors using SEO elite and contact them for links, etc. Do everything you can to build up a stream of targeted, relevant links to your website, and do it consistently. This will get you above 95% of the competition that is just writing articles, and you will be able to get some serious traffic from Google, MSN, Yahoo, etc.

As a little step-by-step guide, here’s a list of what I tend to do within the first 3 months when I create a website:

Have 30 articles created for content

While it may not seem like promotion, additional content is added mainly for Search Engine benefits – when content is added consistently, search engines “see” the site expanding, and thus give it higher rankings (resulting in more traffic). These 30 articles will be created when the site is created, and will be added to the site one every 3 days for a period of 3 months.

Have 90 articles created for submission to EzineArticles.com

One of the main sources of traffic will be from these article submissions – not only will they provide traffic towards the site through the links in the articles; they will also greatly increase the website’s Google rankings. These articles will be keyword rich, and they will be submitted to Ezinearticles.com gradually and consistently over the first 3 months (1 per day).

Submit site to Yahoo, DMOZ, Jayde, and a few other website directories

Remember, high-power links early on. These links will get the site indexed, and over time will significantly boost my website rankings.

270 forum posts with signature pointing to site over 3 months (3 per day)

Each day, 3 posts will be made in popular forums in the website’s niche; with links pointing towards the site in the “signature” of each post. 1 post will be posted in each of the top 3 popular forums in the niche – this will be done consistently over 3 months. This will create some great traffic to the site through forum members, and again will also help to create additional incoming links pointing towards the website (which will help with Google rankings).

All other competitors will be contacted for reciprocal links

After the site is created, e-mails will be sent out to each competing website asking for a reciprocal link. A reciprocal link is a link that points towards your website from their site (a powerful link as they are in the same niche with related content), in return for a link pointing back to their website. This will help greatly with Google rankings. If I’m really planning on marketing a website hard, I will create a third website, and use it to generate 3-way trades with my competitors (thus getting 1-way links to my main website from the competitors).

180 Blog posts on related blog sites without “nofollow” tags, to help linking (2 per day)

I generally use Comment Kahuna to find all Blogs in the niche that does not employ “no-follow” tags on their website. On these websites, 2 posts will be made each day (2 blogs posted on each day, alternating so that each blog is posted on numerous times); creating additional incoming one-way links and increasing Google rankings. These links will be powerful because they will be on related websites (niche blogs), and will often times be on very highly ranked websites. This will be done consistently over 3 months.

Write (2) 150 word blog posts and post onto LinkVana

Basically the same as writing articles, except LinkVana posts your content onto relevant blogs in your niche. Incredibly powerful.

Good Effect of Concise Sigs for Blogs

Monday, August 11th, 2008

Good Effect of Concise Sigs for Blogs

It is a fact that promoting one’s blog is not the easiest thing to do. Most specially nowadays that blogs can be found anywhere. You can find blogs just about anywhere! Blogs containing various topics and sometimes it serves to be a mini journal. But what’s the use of a blog if no one’s ever reading it? If no one visits your site to read all your entries whether they are informative or entertaining? So what do you do to promote your blog online? Is it really that complicated?

The answer is – it doesn’t have to be hard. Promoting one’s blog can be as easy as redesigning your email signature or sig to your advantage. To make it a promotional vehicle for your blog.

First thing you should remember is that the shorter the sig, the better. A sig doesn’t have to be a mile long. The human memory can only memorize as short as five words so keep in mind that you must never exceed that number of words. Also most importantly, never forget to include in your signature vital information regarding your blog. Information such as the name of your website, the name of your blog and other links that you think will help your blog achieve the maximum number of visits.

Signatures can range from 1 to 4 words. It has to be catchy so that the readers will remember them and as a result they will visit all the links you have posted there. Here are some of the signatures that you can actually use. Take a good look at the pattern shown here to have an idea on how to have a simple yet effective sig to promote your blog.

Information such as the name of your website, the name of your blog and other links that you think will help your blog achieve the maximum number of visits should be present. Signatures can range from 1 to 4 words. It has to be catchy so that the readers will remember them and as a result they will visit all the links you have posted there. Here are some of the signatures that you can actually use.

Take a good look at the pattern shown here to have an idea on how to have a simple yet effective sig to promote your blog. First thing you should remember is that the shorter the sig, the better. A sig doesn’t have to be a mile long. The human memory can only memorize as short as five words so keep in mind that you must never exceed that number of words. Also most importantly, never forget to include in your signature vital information regarding your blog.

Those are some of the signatures that you can actually use. Take a good look at the pattern shown here to have an idea on how to have a simple yet effective sig to promote your blog. Signatures can range from 1 to 4 words. It has to be catchy so that the readers will remember them and as a result they will visit all the links you have posted there.

So now you know that concise sig can make a difference on your blog’s exposure. Keep this in mind and have a happy blogging experience.

What is Article Marketing

Monday, August 11th, 2008

What is Article Marketing

What is article marketing? It is a form of advertising wherein a business hires a writer or does it themselves to write short articles in the hopes that this will promote their business. These articles are made for distribution and publication which means this can viewed by just about anybody both in the print and online form.

So people will know who wrote the article, at the bottom there is usually a bio box and byline which shows the references and contact person of the one who wrote it. If the reader liked the article so much, they can get in touch with him or her which, translates to increased sales.

Article marketing has been around for quite awhile. Some say this was first used when mass print became available. In the print form, this type of advertising was used by entrepreneurs as a means of obtaining free space. This is given to a newspaper free of charge in exchange for the business’ contact information with the article. Most newspapers are happy to accept this kind of arrangement because their budget was very limited in compensating writers for their work.

The setup is not that different for online article marketing because writers may post their work in different websites as well as put it in their own. Articles that are posted elsewhere are known as an article directory.

The reason why articles posted in such sites are free is because the directory owner puts advertisements on the side and collects revenue from it. As more traffic is achieved, both the directory owner and the writer gain something from it.

Some websites give the writer the option of choosing the kind of advertising to be displayed on the page. If you don’t like the options, you can always go for the page without any advertisements.

There are differences though between printed and online article marketing. For one, it is much faster to look for a certain article online because keywords are often used for search engine optimization. This means if you are looking for a certain topic, you will be able to see what you are looking for in just a matter of seconds.

If you think that the articles posted can only be seen in sites such as www.ezinearticles.com or www.about.com, think again because some have now used social networks to their message across. Examples of sites include Facebook, LinkedIn and Friendster. This strategy is known as Web 2.0 generation.

Some people say that the rise in the number of people who use article marketing has a negative effect because it has brought down the quality in the articles written. To prevent this from happening, you have to post articles that are relevant and informative.

Article marketing is just one way of promoting a service or product. If you don’t have enough money to market it using other means, this will be a good way to get started. In posting elsewhere or in your own website, the most important thing to do is to use relevant keywords so it will be easy for visitors to see your site.

For that, you have to think what words will a person likely type to see your site. If you are able to figure that out, it won’t be long before you will get a lot of traffic which translates to additional sales to your business.

How to Be an Affiliate Marketing Rockstar?

Monday, August 11th, 2008

How to Be an Affiliate Marketing Rockstar?

Have you been living the rat race life for quite a while and now you’ve grown tired of the boss breathing down your neck and the exhausting office politics? Or maybe you simply need an extra source of income? Whatever your reason may be, if you want some good decent income going your bank account’s way, doing affiliate marketing can be a very viable path to follow.

What exactly is affiliate marketing? It is a technique posing as a business opportunity that lets those with entrepreneurial spirit explore the world of passive income through marketing products for other businesses. You can earn through commissions.

So if you think you’d like to give affiliate marketing a try, how do you ensure your success in this field? Here are some very important tips you should follow:

– Choose your niche well

One of the most important factors to consider in doing affiliate marketing is choosing the best affiliate company or products to market. It can make or break your earnings. If you have a certain field that you’re most interested in, the easier you can go through the process of deciding what affiliate program to join. So start making a list of your interests and see what affiliate programs come up from that list.

– Create a website that gets followed

One of the best ways to make the most bucks in affiliate marketing is through the creation of well-designed websites. Make sure that your site is easy to navigate and compels targeted visitors to convert – either to sign up under you as referrals or to purchase the products you are marketing. A quality landing page that has a call to action for your targeted visitors to do what you need them to do has excellent content that can either be texts that reviews the product, a video tutorial that lets visitors learns how to benefit and use the product well and a very conspicuous opt-in form.

– Use the power of freebies

Useful content is what you can use in making the word free mean money to you. When you offer free content, like say, free reports, when the right people get hold of this report, it can translate to more referrals or purchases.

– Learn how to get targeted traffic to your site

You can’t benefit from your well-designed website, no matter how good your content and freebies are if you don’t have the right visitors. So how do you drive targeted visitors to your site? You can do off-page search engine optimization or also known as link building. Whether use blogging, social networking and word of the mouth just to get the attention of the right people.

There are different ways on how you can successfully make people go to your site through this means – article marketing or the use of written content and submitting it to directories for publishers to pick it up and drive people to your site, you can set up and maintain social network accounts and let people know about your affiliate sites, or you can tap on your contacts – especially the new media savvy ones like popular bloggers and or community managers to spread the word about your sites.

If you follow all of the abovementioned bits of advice, it will be hard for you to fail as an affiliate marketer.

How to Deal with Information Overload

Monday, August 11th, 2008

Many people are suffering from information overload when they want to do something online, you can’t focus or sometimes you feel you didn’t achieve what you want to do. Having so many information in your mind, so many ideas, you think you can do it but the important information is sometimes neglected.

Mary Gallivan gave an information about the Information overload at the warrior forum.

Here’s the details:

I’ve seen a few threads here recently about information overload so decided to post some ways to deal with it.

If you’re anything like me you have oodles of emails arriving in your inbox every day. You open them all because you’ve subscribed to their mailing list and you know they normally (not always) have some valuable offers or information you could use. The computer fills up with ebooks, valuable info, useless info (just in case I missed something when reading it) etc. etc. Before you know what’s happened you discover that a few hours have passed by and you’ve got nothing else done.

This happens day in day out, week after week! Just when I was about to start on a
specific project for the day I suddenly have all this new information and ideas running
round my head I find I don’t what to do first. So what can be done about infoglut?

You need to maintain the ability to filter through all the information, and still maintain your sanity! Most people end up drowning in a sea of information when all they wanted was a simple drink of water.

Here are some Dos and Don’ts on how to handle it all and beat back the overload.


1. Have a clear purpose in mind for what you want to achieve. If you only have a vague idea of what you’re trying to achieve you can easily become side-tracked and surf the net for hours. This wastes so much valuable time.

2. Write a ‘To Do’ list, in notepad or word, for the day and keep it on your desktop. It will help keep you focused. Alternatively write a few notes on a post it note and stick on the side of your monitor. E.g. ‘check email’, write article, update website ….This keeps your attention on what you should be doing rather than getting up to date about what’s happening in all your favourite soaps.

3. Try to recognize quality information. Instead of reading every email word for word, skim through them and if they’re not pertinent to your project for the day, then move on.

4. Prioritise your workload. What’s the most important thing you need to do today? Put it at the top of the list. What need to be done after that? And so on…..

5. Reward yourself. Decide for yourself that when you’ve achieved A, B, and/or C you can have say, 30 minutes surfing time before starting your next task.

5. Take control. This should probably have been at the start of the DO list but you need to bear it in mind all the time. Stick it on the monitor!


1. Let information take control of you so that you end up working 60+ hours per week.

2. Take computers on vacations or breaks away with your family, or if you do, prioritise between ‘work’ and ‘family’ time.

3. Attempt to examine every piece of data available.

4. Focus on things beyond your control.

5. Waste endless hours trying to do something that you have no knowledge of. Save time by visiting forums and asking for help. It’s a good way to also help others while you’re there.

These ideas are by no means exhaustive. You’ll come up with more as you go along. However, if you start to incorporate some of them into your daily work routine it’ll save you hours in the long term and will become second nature. Instead your time will be spent constructively.

Hope you find it useful and you plan ahead before you do something online :)

Why Reviews Sites Are Profitable?

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

Why Reviews Sites Are Profitable?

Review sites are generally supported by advertisements. Its general set up is for comparison shopping or price comparison. Some business review sites also charge business for enhanced listing, which may affect reviews and ratings on the review site.

There are various types of review sites, their differences may come from the products or services they review.

Type of review sites:

Product reviews

These are mainly physical products reviews. Mostly, they have affiliates that help promote the products and the review sites are likewise affiliates that sell the products they review.

Service provider reviews

These are review sites for professionals like lawyers, accountants, realtors, teachers or doctors. Other service providers are likewise being reviewed to ensure consumers will understand the benefits of their services.

Business reviews

These are review sites of business including websites, restaurants, childcare and other businesses.

Now, let us move on to the topic of why review sites are profitable or can be profitable.

Profitability of review sites

As mentioned above, advertisements support review sites. This support and the payment from advertisements provide review sites with profitability.

The most important reason why review sites earn good money as of this time is sales of products that they affiliate themselves into. For those that they are not affiliates, review sites may likewise earn from the reviews of products they are not affiliate with.

In a way, if you do a review of products within your niche you will give more emphasis on the products you are affiliate with. You also review the competing products but of course, you will give more emphasis on the products you are affiliated with.

One caution however, do not create reviews that only provide hype that is not supported by fact. Consumers are intelligent, if they prove that you lied in your review and that the falsehood review made them buy the product. Then, it will be easy for them to return those products and therefore create a negative impression on your product.

It is therefore necessary that you emphasis on the benefit and do not create hype in your reviews.

Reviews can make or break your product, and thus, you have to be truthful in your reviews.

You may also need to create a review that will be easily searched in the search engine. SEO reviews will bring in more money that you can think of.

It may also help you if you can use reviews scripts where you can promote unlimited products or services. You can also add unlimited articles and thus will enable as many consumers to your products as possible.

Check out www.reviewsscript.com and you will not be mistaken in your marketing efforts. This script will help you even if you are not comfortable as a writer.

Profitability of review sites come from its effectiveness in relaying the benefits people can get from the products or services they review. The review will be more effective if it can provide comments about other products in the same category.

Mentioning your competitor in a positive way will provide you with more respect especially if you do talk ill about them. You only need to provide consumers with the benefits of your products and not earn from discrediting your competitor.

The New Warrior Forum

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

The new WarriorForum is now up and running. At first, I wasn’t able to login. What I did was I used the forgot password to get back my account then waited a few minutes in my inbox and presto, I see the instruction and new password plus the link to change the password. There are so many features right now and I’m glad they create a solution to fasten the forum.

Here’s my previous post http://www.warriorforum.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=262814&whichpage=2 when Allen asked if someone notice the speed of the forum –> http://www.warriorforum.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=262814 and so many users are complaining on the the speed ( slow 😀 )

I also noticed that it is now using PHP and vBulletin 3.7.2. Check it out it is now under http://www.warriorforum.com/index.php


Creating Web 2.0 Style Menus for FREE!

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

Are you struggling to create your own website because you don’t have Photoshop and you want to create an amazing CSS and DHTML menus? Even though you have a Photoshop and you don’t have an idea to make your menu be an elegant or looks like a Web 2.0 style IzzyMenu can help you. The process is very easy, you just need to select the menu type, presentation like horizontal or vertical, size, borders and other features. They have ready made menus that you can choose from and it was cool as Web2.0.

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Here’s what they want to say: “Create professional looking CSS menus for your Website as easy as never before!
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List of Powerful Words for Sales Letter

Wednesday, August 6th, 2008

In creating a compelling sales letter you need to power-up your words. Use powerful compelling words. At Warriorforum, Jag posted a list of powerful words and it’s free. You can get it for free, here is it –: http://emoneymarketing.com/Power-Words-Collection_p.pdf

Hope you enjoy checking the list of powerful words for your sale letter.

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