Category - SEO Tips

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SEO Stop Words
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what are good and backlinks
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How To Do SEO In 2012
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SEO Title Characters and Meta Description
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What is Web 2.0
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Wheel Linking

SEO Stop Words

Below is a comprehensive list of words Ignored by Search Engines.

How Stop Words Hurt SEO

Title Tag  which is generally your site’s biggest home run hitter for SEO. It’s best to omit these words from your Title Tags if possible.

A

able
about
above
abroad
according
accordingly
across
actually
after
afterwards
again
against
ago
ahead
ain’t
all
allow
allows
almost
alone
along
alongside
already
also
although
always
am
amid
amidst
among
amongst
an
and
another
any
anybody
anyhow
anyone
anything
anyway
anyways
anywhere
apart
appear
appreciate
appropriate
are
aren’t
around
as
aside
ask
asking
associated
at
available
away
awfully

 

B

back
backward
backwards
be
became
because
become
becomes
becoming
been
before
beforehand
begin
behind
being
believe
below
beside
besides
best
better
between
beyond
both
brief
but
by

C

came
can
cannot
cant
can’t
caption
cause
causes
certain
certainly
changes
clearly
c’mon
come
comes
concerning
consequently
consider
considering
contain
containing
contains
corresponding
could
couldn’t
course
currently

D

dare
daren’t
definitely
described
despite
did
didn’t
different
directly
do
does
doesn’t
doing
done
don’t
down
downwards
during

E

each
eight
eighty
either
else
elsewhere
end
ending
enough
entirely
especially
etc
even
ever
evermore
every
everybody
everyone
everything
everywhere
ex
exactly
example
except

F

fairly
far
farther
few
fewer
fifth
first
five
followed
following
follows
for
forever
former
formerly
forth
forward
found
four
from
further
furthermore

G

get
gets
getting
given
gives
go
goes
going
gone
got
gotten
greetings

H

had
hadn’t
half
happens
hardly
has
hasn’t
have
haven’t
having
he
he’d
he’ll
hello
help
hence
her
here
hereafter
hereby
herein
here’s
hereupon
hers
herself
he’s
hi
him
himself
his
hither
hopefully
how
however
hundred

I

i’d
if
ignored
i’ll
i’m
immediate
in
inc
inc.
indeed
indicate
indicated
indicates
inner
inside
instead
into
inward
is
isn’t
it
it’d
it’ll
its
it’s
itself
i’ve

J

just

K

keep
keeps
kept
know
known
knows

L

last
lately
later
latter
latterly
least
less
lest
let
let’s
like
liked
likely
likewise
little
look
looking
looks
low
lower

M

made
mainly
make
makes
many
may
maybe
mayn’t
me
mean
meantime
meanwhile
merely
might
mine
minus
miss
more
moreover
most
mostly
mr
mrs
much
must
mustn’t
my
myself

N

name
namely
near
nearly
necessary
need
needn’t
needs
neither
never
neverf
neverless
nevertheless
new
next
nine
ninety
no
nobody
non
none
nonetheless
nor
normally
not
nothing
notwithstanding
novel
now
nowhere

O

obviously
of
off
often
oh
ok
okay
old
on
once
one
ones
one’s
only
onto
opposite
or
other
others
otherwise
ought
oughtn’t
our
ours
ourselves
out
outside
over
overall
own

P

particular
particularly
past
per
perhaps
placed
please
plus
possible
presumably
probably
provided
provides

Q

que
quite

R

rather
really
reasonably
recent
recently
regarding
regardless
regards
relatively
respectively
right
round

S

said
same
saw
say
saying
says
second
secondly
see
seeing
seem
seemed
seeming
seems
seen
self
selves
sensible
sent
serious
seriously
seven
several
shall
shan’t
she
she’d
she’ll
she’s
should
shouldn’t
since
six
so
some
somebody
someday
somehow
someone
something
sometime
sometimes
somewhat
somewhere
soon
sorry
specified
specify
specifying
still
sub
such
sure

T

take
taken
taking
tell
tends
than
thank
thanks
thanx
that
that’ll
thats
that’s
that’ve
the
their
theirs
them
themselves
then
thence
there
thereafter
thereby
there’d
therefore
therein
there’ll
there’re
theres
there’s
thereupon
there’ve
these
they
they’d
they’ll
they’re
they’ve
thing
things
think
third
thirty
this
thorough
thoroughly
those
though
three
through
throughout
thru
thus
till
to
together
too
took
toward
towards
tried
tries
truly
try
trying
twice
two

U

under
underneath
undoing
unfortunately
unless
unlike
unlikely
until
unto
up
upon
upwards
us
use
used
useful
uses
using
usually

V

value
various
versus
very
via
vs
vs.

W

want
wants
was
wasn’t
way
we
we’d
welcome
well
we’ll
went
were
we’re
weren’t
we’ve
what
whatever
what’ll
what’s
what’ve
when
whence
whenever
where
whereafter
whereas
whereby
wherein
where’s
whereupon
wherever
whether
which
whichever
while
whilst
whither
who
who’d
whoever
whole
who’ll
whom
whomever
who’s
whose
why
will
willing
wish
with
within
without
wonder
won’t
would
wouldn’t

X

none

Y

yes
yet
you
you’d
you’ll
your
you’re
yours
yourself
yourselves
you’ve

Z

zero

If I’ve forgotten any, please let me know so I can add them!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

what are good and backlinks

  What are Good Backlinks ?

Backlink is inward link to your site that may be paid or not with a link back from that page. For example if page A links to Page B, than the link from Bpage to A page will be called “backlink”

backlinks

The Bad Backlinks

  •  Back link from link exchange in Google’s eyes can seriously decrease your ranking  Backlinks from bad sites.
  • I will link to your site/blog if you link to my site/blog. In this scenario you get  one link and I also receive a backlink   can be panalized/banned.
  • If the backlinks on that page have a rel=”nofollow” tag on them the search engines won’t give you credit for the link.
  • Sidebar or footer links. Those links may generate traffic but those links are not an good way to increase Page Rank. Backlinks within the site content are best.

Good Backlinks :

  •  Listing Your site to directories like DMOZ, Yahoo etc
  •  Creating your own blogs or listing your website in blogs with high traffic and quality content. if you have your blog there you might get some nice traffic. You can find many dofollow blog/site listes.
  •  Forum posting with targeted anchor text for your site/blog. You can also find dofollow forums lists.
  •  An effective Professional Press release does contribute in providing quality backlinks to your site/blog.
  •  You can put videos to YouTube with back links, posting photos on different photo directories, (and get good back links.

 

How To Do SEO In 2012

Google is moving fast and algorithms improve rapidly. It’s not easy keeping up with the latest in SEO, so I asked the top SEOs of our industry what we should do more of in 2012, and what we should stop doing. Enjoy these 2012 SEO tips!

SEO Experts

1. What Is Your Best SEO Tips For 2012?

Rand Fishkin

Move outside of classic, old-school SEO. If you’re sticking to keyword research and targeting with a dose of site accessibility and link building, you’re almost certainly going to lose out to someone who’s broadened to include content marketing, viral product incentives, email, social media, conversion rate optimization and branding as part of their online marketing efforts. The power of combining tactics and reaping the benefits of overlapping marketing practices is insanely awesome.

Dr. Peter J. Meyers

Consolidate, consolidate, consolidate. I think the big lesson of Panda is that more isn’t always better. More indexed pages cost Google money and often dilute your most important content. Canonicalize true duplicates, tame near-duplicates, and burn thin content to the ground. If you syndicate, make sure you bring something unique to the table, and if you’re a thin affiliate, fatten up.

Will Critchlow

More than ever, I believe code is the new content. I think we will see interactive data visualisations getting bundles of links and shares.

Danny Dover

SEO has grown beyond simply building links, writing comments and optimizing tags. It now involves the entire website experience. Don’t focus entirely on doing traditional SEO, instead diversify in other  marketing channels (e-mail, CRO, social, PPC). I think the winners will be the ones who excel at online education. I predict that industry will grow much bigger in 2012.

Bas van den Beld

1. Watch out for personalization and make your content shareable. Things are getting personal. Google is making Google+ the center of it all to make everything as personal as possible. This means that we will be seeing a lot more personal elements, for example in the SERPS. This means you should make your content as shareable as possible. Get people to share and they will spread it to their network. It will show up in their personalized SERPS.

2. Optimize your snippets. Google is putting a lot of emphasis on snippets. Optimize all your snippets, not just the meta description, but also the rel-author, the reviews, everything.

Ann Smarty

If your focus has always been content and quality, there will hardly be anything to change for you next year. Maybe you should try playing with some fresh content and thus tracking hot trends for that. But other than that, just keep on!

Jeremy “Shoemoney” Schoemaker

For 2012 I suggest that people should build websites that people want to link to.

Aaron Wall

Google continues to bias the algorithms toward brands. As Google promotes brands then in many cases you might find using one of those promoted platforms offers a higher ROI than building out sites from scratch. If you look in the SERPs across a wide selection of keywords you will see that many people are building business models based on being the eHow of Facebook or the eHow of Youtube. In addition to that low level sort of stuff, one can list their products for sale on sites like eBay, Amazon or Etsy.

Neil Patel

Stop building links too quickly. If you grow at too fast of a pace, you’ll find that it becomes really hard to achieve top rankings. In 2012, slow and steady will actually win the race. Don’t go after quantity, go after quality links.

Justin Briggs

I’d keep a look out for the growth of entity specific search algorithms, with a focus on building a brand, building out AgentRank/AuthorRank, and citations for “real world” items, such as specific products, locations, movies, songs, etc. I think increased brand detection, rel author, the social graph, and schema are early stages of this style of ranking algorithms. Search engines are moving beyond page and domain level algorithms and becoming increasingly sophisticated at understanding entities / objects.

Tom Critchlow

Focus on user engagement. I think marketers will get a lot more aware of user retention and loyalty and that Google will publicly discuss how they reward these metrics by measuring brand loyalty and search history. Whether it’s that exact metric or not, I think we’ll finally see a slight weakening of link-based metrics and more emphasis put on social/user metrics.

Gianluca Fiorelli

I would strongly suggest in implementing the rel=author and rel=publisher tags, hence using Google+.
In fact, I consider that the “author rank” is going to be one of the most important factors for Google in order to discriminate authoritative sites in the next months, as it will “identify” what authors and publishers sites are really popular both in the social and link graph.

It is my firm conviction that SEO and Social Media are going to merge in many aspects, and those rel are going to be tool Google will use (alongside others signals) to do that merge.

As a consequence, that means that sites will need to finally embrace what we call “Inbound Marketing”, spending less time with old classic tactics (which will still have their importance though, even if reduced IMO) and strategically planning a real content marketing plan, which will need to focus on the users needs, and without forgetting where their users spend time: on search (SEO) and social networks (SMO).

To conclude, my best tip is: SEOs, if you want to rank well in the years to come, you must become Inbounders; use data and code like SEO, communicate like Social Media Specialists and plan content as Content strategists.

Stephan Spencer

One important new area of focus is enhancing your Google listings via rich snippets. Focus in particular on marking up videos. Very few companies are taking advantage of this. I expect that Google will, over time, introduce additional types of rich snippets, in particular, ones that will help promote Google+. Think about such things as Google Hangouts and public Circles showing up as rich snippets in the search results.

Marcus Tandler

Become a Brand (or at least look like one…). Be Social (just don´t spam and annoy people). For any given term, Google doesn´t really want to rank those sites the best, which do the best SEO – Google wants to rank sites, which are the best result for the user – Be one of those sites, be the best result for the user for all the keywords you´re targeting!

Dennis Goedegebuure

Link & anchor text diversity. Any backlink profile of your site needs to be natural and diverse. This has already been important in 2011, but will be getting more important as algorithms become smarter. This includes having a natural follow vs no-follow ratio in backlinks.

Scott Polk

Concentrate on Social Signals that the search engines look at from trusted sources. The NSTIC is going to change things – Google and Bing will give more weight to signals from trusted sources … Google Plus/Profiles, etc.

Trond Lyngbø

All traffic is not equal. Small businesses realize this. Instead of targeting high volume keywords, they will focus more on local SEO strategies that not only attract customers into stores, but also ensure they’ll spend money. Conversion, and not just traffic, will be king.

SEO experts will help businesses discover ‘customer intent’ as they search the Web, to target long tail keywords that address customers’ needs, and do it while communicating their values and USP. They will measure ROI and long term profitability over visitor counts, or search rankings.

Paradoxically, this lowers expenses, since higher quality traffic means better conversion to sales, lesser competition, and reduced advertising costs.

A twist that further boosts local SEO effectiveness is ‘social optimization’. Location-based targeting that focuses on prospective customers where they already gather online, and communicates with them using the right tone and approach, gets explosively more powerful when combined with ‘social marketing’, where friends vote up a product through Facebook likes, or a friend’s ‘customer reviews’ show up on search engine results pages or social media platforms.

Those will be the ‘big wins’ in 2012 and beyond, I think. We’ll see this being the year when ‘search’ and ‘social’ meld together into a future of Social Search.

Russ Jones

Start using metrics to make decisions religiously. Half the battle is being efficient with your marketing dollars. You should know how valuable every link is that you attempt to acquire, how much closer it brings you to overcoming your competitor, and how much it costs relative to the potential traffic it will bring in.

Multi-site strategy. There is absolutely no reason all your eggs should be in the same basket. The only algo-update-proof SEO strategy for your site is to have more sites.

2. What SEO Techniques Should We Stop Using In 2012?

Rand Fishkin

Folks have talked a lot about Google’s webspam team negating the value of a lot of “article marketing” link sources. If I were a betting man, I’d say the next large-scale link spam devaluation algo they’ll launch will be in that realm (and thus, I’d avoid the practice). I did a whiteboard friday earlier this year noting that article marketing is mostly a scam, even though there are times when it can work. I expect to see those “working instances” drop even further.

Of course, that’s not to say that good practices in similar fields like guest blogging, white hat comment marketing and the like aren’t still great techniques.

Dr. Peter J. Meyers

Stop buying exact-match domains just to rank for long-tail keywords. One or two are fine, and domain keywords still matter, but Google is turning down the volume, and the days where you could register 100 domains and link them all to yourself are gone. You’re wasting time and money on a tactic that will eventually crash and burn.

Will Critchlow

I’ve noticed the web spam team using article marketing more and more as their go to example of low quality link building. I have to assume that means they are talking about it a lot in their meetings…

Danny Dover

I recommend you stop basing your day-to-day efforts on “change over time” metrics and start to move toward cohort (preferably tied to an event like sign ups) based metrics. That said, keep the “change over time” graphs for your boss, cohorts are confusing and “up and to the right” graphs are much simpler to showcase your work.

Bas van den Beld

Stop looking at things from your own perspective and start looking from a users perspective.

Ann Smarty

You should have stopped them long before 2012 but if you haven’t yet, here they are:

  • Wasting your time on directory submissions (there are just a couple of them still worth the time and the money, like BOTH and Directory Journal);
  • Wasting your time on article marketing (better try guest blogging instead);
  • Wasting your time on on-site optimization myths (like focusing on keyword density and trying to nofollow all your external links);
  • Wasting your time on trying to cheat rather than investing in quality and long-term approach!

Jeremy “Shoemoney” Schoemaker:

I suggest that people should stop building websites for search engines and start building websites for people.

Aaron Wall

Anything which has a high upfront cost structure without either building brand signals or offering immediate returns is suspect at this point. You not only have latent algorithmic risks from things like the Panda update, but also the fact that Google will scrape & re-purpose as much as they can to launch their own thin arbitrage sites (hotel finder, Google Advisor, product search, flight search, Google places, YouTube, etc.) and preferentially place those at or near the top of the search results.

Look at what Google has done in these verticals. Unless you are in a micro-niche that they view as a waste of time they will eventually try the same in your vertical.

In many cases the parasite will kill the host. Look how many of the yellow page companies have been through bankruptcy.

Neil Patel

SEOs should stop using article spinning and directory submission services. Sure you may see a bit of an increase in rankings, but it doesn’t really help that much. Instead you should focus on building high quality links.

Justin Briggs

From a search quality perspective, I’d tread more carefully with off-topic, inaccurate, and low quality infographics. It’s certainly on Google’s radar. I’m a big fan of infographics, but they’ve worked too well, which has lead to a lot sites and SEO shops just pumping out bad infographics. This will certainly cause a relevancy problem for Google (if it isn’t already), by ranking sites not on their quality, but on their ability to get a lot of infographic links. A number of lower quality affiliate sites and lead gen sites are able to acquire links from hundreds of domains by putting up an infographic on their domain. We’ve seen something similar with widgets back in 2008. I’m not critizing the technique, because I’ve used off-topic linkbait, but you have to be careful when balancing the link profile and creating something defensible.

Tom Critchlow

Article marketing. I doubt many people are still using it anyway but if you are I really think you should stop!

Gianluca Fiorelli

I don’t think SEOs should really stop using any old classic techniques in 2012, for the simple reason that they probably will work still. But surely, as I said before, SEOs should start to spend less time and energy with them. I am thinking especially of techniques like Article Marketing, that has been reduced in spinning articles in hundreds of article marketing sites, which mostly have been penalized by Panda (therefore does not drive that much traffic), and whose links are really bad quality once. Better to spend the time invested in article marketing in creating more quality content for your site and then promoting it with inbound marketing actions.

Stephan Spencer

Stop focusing on exact match keyword-rich domain names.

Marcus Tandler

Stay away from (exact match) keyword links – be glad about every link you´re getting, but don´t obsess about the anchor text.

Dennis Goedegebuure

Outing websites.

Scott Polk

Antiquated Link Building, Article Marketing, You really need to think about the future and plan strategies around where you think the search engines will be heading. It is time to stop chasing the dragon and be proactive.

Trond Lyngbø

Social signals synergizing with search is powerful because it builds trust. We rely more on word of mouth and a friend’s recommendation, over a faceless company’s marketing campaign.

But a disturbing trend is emerging, as companies and professionals endorse black-hat SEO tactics like selling Google+ likes, posting fake customer reviews, and building dozens of dodgy profiles across online communities in an attempt to cheat and lie their way to the top of search rankings. I don’t like how this evolves.

Attempting to “build trust” through lying is just wrong! It has got to stop. I’ve always advised against black hat SEO. As a consultant, it’s important for me to know how these tactics work, but I would never suggest thinking that you can outsmart Google. That could end up a disaster.

A better strategy would be to embrace SEOnomics, rooted in economical leverage of SEO through understanding the psychology of your prospects. That’s the kind that will pay off handsomely in the long run.

Russ Jones

Renting text links. Yes, they can still work, but there is hardly a single link out there that you can’t acquire on a permanent basis for less than 1 year’s pay. Yes, it will take more leg work, but at the end of the year you will have a great link profile that you don’t have to keep paying for every month.

SEO Title Characters and Meta Description

4itle : 60 to 66 charcter

Description : 156 char

<head>
<title>Not a Meta Tag, but required anyway</title>
<meta name=”description” content=”Awesome Description Here”>
<meta http-equiv=”content-type” content=”text/html;charset=UTF-8″>
</head>

Page Title Tips

  • Exceptionally Important: Your page title is the link that will appear in search results. Since it is what people click on in the search results and is the first thing people see about your site search engines place significant weight on it.
  • Usually best if left short ( 5 to 9 words, with most important parts in the first ~ 65 characters)
  • Each page should have its own unique page title.
  • Your primary keywords should occur early in your page title (from word position 2 to 5 or so).
  • Generic words such as “website home” or “welcome to” usually should not appear in your page title.
  • Don’t forget to use relevant keyword modifiers in your page title to help draw in more relevant traffic.
  • Search engines such as Google may display the first ~ 65 to 70 characters from your page title in their search results.
  • Ensure your page title differentiates your site from competing sites.

Meta Description Tips

  • Somewhat Important: Many search engines use the meta description tag in their search results. Good meta description tags can help improve your click through rate.
  • Your meta description should read well as many human eyes will see it in many search results.
  • Should be a sentence to a couple sentences long.
  • Each page should have its own unique meta description.
  • Should reinforce the keywords in the page title, targeting alternate versions.
  • Should typically use multiple versions of the keywords and keyword phrase modifiers, hitting other permutations that are not heavily focused upon in your page title.
  • Your meta description should also help differentiate your site from competing ranked sites.

Meta Keywords Tips:

  • Not important: It is not used by most search engines since it is highly susceptible to spam and users never see it.
  • Should consist of a couple of the main keywords used to describe that page.
  • Former Yahoo! Search engineer Jon Glick stated that the meta keywords tag is used for inclusion within a subset of search results, and has no effect on relevancy.
  • Is only created for machines.

Basic SEO: Title, Description and Keywords for a Page

Perhaps the number one thing you can do to increase the search engine visibility of your site is to ensure that every page has a unique title, and has the description and keywords meta fields populated (preferably with unique content as well).

 

Perhaps the number one thing you can do to increase the search engine visibility of your site is to ensure that every page has a unique title, and has the description and keywords meta fields populated (preferably with unique content as well).

 

SEO Best Practice

Be Mindful of Length

Place Important Keywords Close to the Front of the Title Tag

Leverage Branding

Many SEO firms recommend using the brand name at the end of a title tag instead, and there are times when this can be a better approach. The differentiating factor is the strength and awareness of the brand in the target market. If it is a well known brand, and it can make a difference in click-through rates in search results, the brand name should be first. If this is not the case, the keyword should be first.

 

“Description” tells the search engine what your page or site is about:

Description” helps with click through rates to your site:

 

In my meta description, I tend to want to repeat my keyword twice within the description.

It’s a good idea to have your keyword as your domain name.

As for keyword usage in your content, my rule of thumb is to have my keyword listed at least 3% and not greater than 5% within the article. Try to avoid “keyword stuffing” as this can get you slapped by Google, or it can tend to be obvious to your visitors that you’re more interested in making Google happy rather than give the visitor what they want, i.e. valid and unique content.

Keeping in mind that it’s also a good idea to use at least one H1 tag in your article and use your keyword in this tag.

Lastly, what works well for me is to do the following:

Bold your keyword once in your text

Italicize your keyword once

–Make sure your grammar is correct and spelling is checked for errors

These are just a few basics, but it’s surprising to know that a lot of people don’t know this

 

Where to Use Keywords For Search Engine Optimization

  • headlines
  • within the paragraph content
  • meta title
  • subtitle
  • within links (anchor phrases)
  • meta keywords
  • images (alt tags

Put the main keyword phrase at the beginning, and write the description to be appealing to searchers. Limited repetition of keyword phrases is all right as long as it’s not overdone; in fact it isn’t a bad idea to use the main keyword in combination with another word or two to try to target subsidiary phrases that are relevant for the page.

What is Web 2.0

Web 2.0  defined intersection of web application features that facilitate participatory information sharing, interoperability, user-centered design and collaboration on the World Wide Web.

IFf you are working on your blog or site’s SEO (Search Engine Optimization) you can use web 2.0 sites for building link wheel.

For SEO on your blog or website use web 2.0 sites for building link wheel. Wheel Link is most powerful SEO method. It boosts your site ranking. Web 2.0 sites are free with high page Rank (PR). Here is list of web 2.0 websites with Page Rank.

 

List-Web 2.0 Sites

PR9

http://wordpress.com

PR8

  • http://squidoo.com
  • http://weebly.com
  • http://livejournal.com
  • http://bravenet.com

PR7

  • http://blogger.com
  • http://blogsome.com
  • http://www.wetpaint.com
  • http://www.wikispaces.com
  • http://www.xanga.com
  • http://www.tripod.lycos.com
  • http://tumblr.com
  • http://quizilla.teennick.com
  • http://viviti.com
  • http://webs.com
  • http://knol.google.com
  • http://friendster.comPR 6
  • http://bigadda.com
  • http://blog.co.uk
  • http://blog.com
  • http://www.zimbio.com
  • http://gather.com
  • http://diaryland.com
  • http://edublogs.org
  • http://opendiary.com
  • http://sosblog.com

PR5

  • http://20six.co.uk
  • http://blog.ca
  • http://hubpages.com
  • http://blurty.com
  • http://upsaid.com
  • http://tabulas.com
  • http://tblog.com
  • http://terapad.com
  • http://shoutpost.com
  • http://thoughts.com
  • http://blogskinny.com
  • http://free-conversant.com
  • http://freeflux.net

PR4

  • http://blogeasy.com
  • http://blogstream.com
  • http://blogstudio.com
  • http://blogtext.org
  • http://insanejournal.com
  • http://journalfen.net
  • http://journalhub.com
  • http://bloxster.net
  • http://bloghi.com
  • http://mynewblog.com
  • http://netcipia.com
  • http://wikyblog.com
  • http://blogigo.com
  • http://freeblogit.com
PR3
  • http://blogono.com
  • http://blogr.com

If I missed any web 2.0 sites which you know. Please feel free to send comment I will added to the list.

Tip:

Don’t build too many links wheel too fast. Make it appear as natural as possible. In Few weeks and in some cases in few days you will see rise in your page rank .

 

Wheel Linking

This is one of the best ways of building links in the most natural way and Google will love your website just for that.Wheel link also know as wheel Building or Link Wheel. It’s pretty common SEO knowledge that links are good for sites. A link wheel is the process of creating new blogs/micro sites on a particular topic. On each of those sites, you write 200 words of unique content, and include 1 link to your targeted site and 1 link to one of your other blogs/micro sites.

 

Link Wheels Effective for SEO or Traffic

Understanding How a Link Wheel Works:

Link wheels are nothing but a group of websites that are interconnected which try to improve the ranking of a target website by linking to target website.

Wheel linking Example:

For example if you have 50 websites in your link wheel and the website you are targeting is “ciscoforall.com “, then:
Site 1 links to Site 2 and back to the ” ciscoforall.com ”
Site 2 links to Site 3 and back to the ” ciscoforall.com ”
Site 3 links to Site 4 and back to the ” ciscoforall.com ”

Site 4 links to Site 5 and back to the ” ciscoforall.com ”

Site 49 links to Site 48 and back to the ” ciscoforall.com ”
Site 50 links to Site 1 and back to the ” ciscoforall.com ”

In the picture below to see an example of link wheel in its most basic form.

In the example image the central site would have gotten 6 links from sites with high PageRank and related content.

Wheel Linking Key Features:

  1. Use only well established websites and web 2.0 with PR4 to PR9
  2. content should be unique, which will be submitted to article sites, blogs, press releases and web 2.0 sites.
  3. We ensure that the websites that we use has Dofollow attribute /TAG.

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