Thursday, October 21, 2010

7 Ways to get Quality Back links that will help your site become # 1 in Google

Hi Friends! I have found a new article on "Quality Backlinks".

There is a lot of confusion as to how a website gets to be #1 in Google. Although Google often changes their algorithm, one thing remains consistent; the inclusion of backlinks. You may ask, what is a backlink? That is a fair question; simply a backlink is a hyperlink from somewhere that points to your website. The more appropriate question should be; is there anything I need to know about backlinks? This answer is much more complex.

There are several things to take into consideration when building a backlink. This first thing is the anchor text. The anchor text is a piece of HTML code that is normally blue and underlined. These anchor text help Google to determine the keywords that should be used for your site. Depending on the type of website you are commenting on; you will need to use either "a href" or a "URL=". Both methods are well documented on the Internet. The second thing to consider when building a backlink is if the backlink will appear on a homepage or an internal page. Homepage backlinks are more valuable than internal pages. The third consideration is the authority of the website you are commenting on. This is called Page Rank (PR). The best way to view PR is to use Firefox in coordination with SEO Quake. Google uses a ranking of between n/a (the lowest) to 0 through 10 (the highest). Getting a backlink on a PR 9 site is more valuable than getting a backlink on a PR n/a site. It is also harder to get a backlink on a PR 9 site than a n/a site.

Earn the top spot in Google with these proven methods:
1. Comment on Blogs - Find a blog that is about something you are passionate about and become a member. And, while a member; do more than just read the articles. Comment on them, become an active member by thinking about the article and submitting appropriate comments. If there are questions that are unanswered that you can solve, comment. And, always leave at a minimum your URL.

2. Submit Articles - Write articles on subjects that you are familiar with. Search the Internet for article directories and have your work distributed. (ezine is a great site to use) Most article directories allow you to include hyperlinks. These hyperlinks should of course include backlinks you your site.

3. Incorporate Social Media - Social Media sites like Facebook and Twitter are scanned often by Google. So, consider including hyperlinks in your posts on occasion. One word of advice; don't just throw out spam. Your friends will not appreciate it.

4. Buy Backlinks - There are a tremendous amount of individuals out there that are willing to sell their service. Many are of great value. But, there are also many scammers. Be aware and do your research. I can tell you from experience that Terry Kyle and the 3 guys and a browser folks get backlinks are good sources.

5. Trade Backlinks - While trading backlinks has fallen out of favor by most. I believe it still to be a tool to use as long as there isn't a direct page for page linkage. The best way to implement this is to find a webmaster with more than one domain.

6. Build a domain farm - I like this technique. The key is to find domains that are of value. A couple of things determine value: Age and Backlinks. Expect to pay some good money if you find a site that has both. Backlinks forum, Warrior Forum and other sites will help you find domains for sale.

7. Join a Specialty Group - I am a developer. So, I belong to about a dozen coding websites. And, I am considered an expert on more than one. So, the webmaster really trusts my input. One of my requirements for helping junior developers is the inclusion of backlinks to my sites.

8. Build a Profile - Find some forums in which to become a member. Most forum sites allow you to build a signature. And, most signature fields allow backlink code.

9. Use a tool - There are many different back link tools available on Internet.

source: http://www.goarticles.com/cgi-bin/showa.cgi?C=3496824

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