Archive for March, 2009

Deep Link submission

All our packages approach with deep link building. This means we do not now build links to your homepage; we construct links to internal pages as glowing. This is effectual because it ensures you emerge to have a natural link profile to search engines and it also income you can aim more keywords through having higher rankings for all pages on your website.
We will present your website to 12 deep link directories, which are elevated quality and well-indexed (in search engines) directories.
Friday, March 6th, 2009 Link Building No Comments

Contextual Link Building

A powerful technique to increase link popularity is called Contextual Link Building. It involves having your keyword topics written regarding by blogs and websites. In addition to the advantage of having your topics discussed by these authors, they will link back to your website inside a pertinent post, on topic, and with anchor text. We contact bloggers asking them to write about huge content on your site. If necessary, we will even make original articles for them. According to Google and the other main search engines, contextual links are some of the best inbound links you can obtain for your site. These make permanent text links to your website at a very cost effectual rate.
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009 Link Building No Comments

Getting links from supplier

One small step in any link building process is to make sure that you have links from all appropriate businesses that they actually have a real relationship with. In the SEO world, it’d be unthinkable to enter into a partnership without a few links between your sites, but in many industries, this happens. Beyond partnership, what about all your suppliers and customers? This has been written about a lot of times before – along with techniques for getting links from those suppliers.

When you actually start writing a process to do this though, you realize that it’s no good having a line in your process that says: “get links from suppliers” or even “get client to get links from suppliers”. We know from much experience that “actions” like this tend to sit on to do lists for ever before being silently forgotten about. What you require is something much more actionable. Like this:

Step 1: “get client to tell us who their IT support company is”. Easier to action.
Obviously this wants to be followed with something like:
Step 2: “research suppliers website to observe if they use testimonials or link to clients”.

Monday, March 2nd, 2009 Link Building No Comments