5 Effective Ways to Start Link Building to Your Website

Have you ever wondered how to start a basic but a solid and effective link building plan for your website? Here are 5 effective ways to start link building to your website and bring traffic to your site.With all the search engine technology trends leading to the dawn of old school marketing more and more business owners, large or small scale are beginning to consider the benefits of using digital marketing to gain more exposure for their products and services. Diving into an SEO journey for your site though is going to be a tedious job to take and it’s gonna get you to spend hours on your desktop feeling like it’s not worth every second of it. Many businesses start to engage into a decision of performing c for their sites to start getting traffic and to reach out to a wider audience. This is not an easy task and a huge company will require to hire a department of SEO strategists or specialist to plan out and perform the dirty job for it.

If you are just starting out and you have no idea on how to push your time on efforts you’re not sure to prosper or not.

Okay, so you already have your keywords at hand, you know who you want to target for sure. Let’s get into business and make those keywords work and get you some real visitors to your site. Remember to always leave a link to your website with a keyword used as an anchor text.

  1. Write or get someone to write a press release for your website. Press releases nowadays are not those that are posted in newspapers. Over the internet we do have lots of press release websites who are waiting for your content to be submitted and be posted to their sites.
  2. Make a presentation about your product or your niche, make it look good, designed to go with a word doc, power point presentation or even a jpeg such as the one we have on top and distribute it on document or file sharing sites. This technique done correctly will give you double backlinks.
  3. Web 2.0 requires a lot of effort but is the most powerful among all that is listed here. Writing tiny articles of 300 words each and submitting them to blog sites and targeting specific keywords as anchor text within the content has always been very effective in Google’s algorithm. In fact, websites which has tiny amount but has the most number of backlinks from good articles coming from web 2.0 perform well on SERP’s than any others which have hundreds more backlinks coming from crappy sites.
  4. Social Media, sometimes just by having your website on your profiles will help but if you do have a great number of followers you might want to always share whatever things you do with your website on your profile. Plus, sharing social media statuses gain their own place in Google SERP’s they get indexed individually, so the more sharing you do the more backlinks you get.
  5. Social Bookmarking, the last but definitely should not be ignored. Bookmarks as others say could make or break your site’s reputation, they still bring traffic given that you make them correctly with proper tagging and profile editing. Make the titles long and catchy, better to use long tail keywords to make variation and to balance out the volume of your direct keyword backlinks.

There is a huge volume of things you could do for your website to get good SERP’s and traffic. In fact, with the list above, things in there are just fundamental and has been used for almost a decade now. Search engine optimization may still be a bit hard to crack for some but it is not that late for new explorers to make things happen. The key here is to do whatever it is out there and get something out of it, after all, in SEO, time is always valuable. You will surely reap what you sow.

Effective Link Building to Your Website

Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) Project Goes Live

Yes it’s on and we can finally have a good look and try of the newest Google project AMP or Accelerated Mobile Pages Project as it says on its website. This morning Barry Schwartz the founder and author of Search Engine Roundtable blabbed about the launch of the newest service and users (website owners) can now get to try it for their website.

While with all these news honker over the internet today, we couldn’t help but have a look and see if we can open it and so far it was a success. We will be giving it a try in a couple of minutes but we’ll walk you through first on what this project is all about.

Accelerated Mobile Pages Projects - www.ampproject.org
Accelerated Mobile Pages Projects – www.ampproject.org

The website has its own definition of what truly AMP is all about. In there, you’ll find some documentations, posts and videos of how to use it, what it is for and how will it help you with your marketing campaigns ( well sort of… if you are that interested and understand what is in there, of course!).

In a nutshell, AMP or Accelerated Mobile Pages was made to make already mobile friendly websites even friendlier by making them load faster by 15%-85%  as Google claims it. But why is it worth a try? How is it going to help out a website in terms of design, functionality and SEO scores?

With the launch of Google’s “Mobilegeddon” last April of 2015, internet marketers have updated their websites to become mobile-friendly. Mobilegeddon is Google’s newest line of algorithm set to give significant ranking to mobile-friendly sites. Since the inevitable growth and advancement in mobile technology and consumer usage, Google decided to give credit to websites which consider their users who use their mobile/smartphones more often than their desktops and or laptops. This algorithm gives priority to lite and mobile friendly sites in terms of their SERP’s and trashing off old and “unupdated” websites putting them on third or fourth pages of Google.

Now, having a number of updates already Mobilegeddon seems to last and internet marketers and website owners need to consider a great deal of it.

This is where AMP project comes in handy. It gives a boost to websites that will eventually use it, in all aspects Accelerated Mobile Pages will elevate both user experience for the audience and more juice or leads for business or website owners. In most recent studies, more and more people practice abandoning a website if it doesn’t load in a matter of 4-6 seconds thus rendering high bounce rates for a website. If we are going to talk about engaging to people around the globe which is understandably having a full spectrum of different internet data rates and speed, a very light and a very mobile-responsive website is a plus. Google understands that in the future, being the internet giant that they are, they need to provide businesses some solutions for their internet marketing needs and in return give them a sort of a measuring tool to better implement “crowd control” of determining which matters most and who needs to be on top for doing their SEO homework.