October 3, 2008

Article Marketing Automation Poised To Be First In It’s Class

SEO - Search Engine Optimization | Comments (1) MarketingHighSpeed @ 6:34 pm

article marketing automation

It’s been a short while since the debut of Article Marketing Automation and I must say, I’m impressed at this service thus far.

The great IM minds of Daniel Turner and Marc Lindsay over at PLRPro have launched Article Marketing Automation as a new product (with both a paid and no charge versions) to assist blog owners blast their article marketing like never before…really!

What this service does is essentially drips related content (that you choose) in sporadic intervals into your blog for your dominating niche. As a f.ree member, you can open an account and add your blog into the network to accept these articles. You’ve read the last statement correctly. You can actually sign up to ArticleMarketingAutomation.com at no obligation and include your blog instantly.

To add your blog into their network is literally child’s play.

- you log into your blog and register a new user as an Author in your settings. Author is the best option to choose as you don’t want to give anyone else Administrator access to your blog for security/tampering reasons

- in the AMA interface, enter the category of your blog, URL, the user login credentials you created as Author in your blog, click Add and you’re done

You may set the articles to be “auto approved” into your blog, or manually review and approve them as they arrive. I choose auto-approve option, as I have quite a few blogs of mine setup in the network, and manually accepting every article that comes along can be an impossible task after a while.

Though I must tell you…the meat of this system is in the seo article writing and submitting your articles to drip into other blogs within the network. You can either choose the number of blogs to accept your article, or leave an unlimited amount for all blogs to accept them at will.  You can add up to three different links into each article. This is a big asset to this service. For instance, I had submitted a written article into the AMA queue on Aug.20 with two keywords linked to the article. So far, up to this writing, the article has been accepted and posted by 22 blog owners. Since I have 2 links in the article, that works out to 44 added links pointing to my website on my chosen keywords in only 3 days! These are natural white hat links that’s giving me high rankings in the search engines. I’m already in the middle of page 2 in Google for my chosen keywords. You will have to join at this point to become a member of AMA.com in order to receive the seo article writing submission benefits. So why is it worth it for you to join?

In a nutshell, Google and other search engines love content and many related links pointing to your websites. Daily addition of new fresh content is great in it’s own right, but that will only bring some traffic to your sites. The trick in receiving monster traffic to your site is in submitting articles with anchor text links in them, maximizing your link building over time with many related links pointing to your blog. This service is essentially a “set-it-and-forget-it” system, with all the hard work being completed in the background, leaving you to concentrate on other tasks.

There are also two other BIG improvements that AMA have added to their system. Couple of hints…one involves more anchor text links in your article, and YouTube!

At the very least sign up to Article Marketing Automation for f.ree and check out this system. If you’re truly serious about your business, then I would highly recommend you try out their article marketing system. It’s well worth it, as I’m sure you’ll agree 100%.

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October 1, 2008

How to Build More Back Links For Your Site?

SEO - Search Engine Optimization | Comments (0) MarketingHighSpeed @ 8:39 am

Link building forms the crucial aspect of search engine marketing by search egine expert. The on-page factor seo web design is the nitty-gritty of almost every website, whereas link building is often not adopted by the webmasters.

I've listed the ‘free' methods first and the paid methods later. Use this list as a reference through your link building campaign, and for best results, mix and match these techniques in the way they suit your website the best.

The traditional method of link building is the one-way-link or the reciprocal link. Searching for potential partners via major search engines like Google or Yahoo is indeed a tedious task. Just make a list of the websites that link to the top search engines. Apply for back links to the akin websites in different messages. Give a brief idea about what you can offer to the link partner. The main intention is to sell your url even before checking your web site.

Submission of URL to relevant article web directories is a normal trait of SEO. But, making links to possible link allies can be more favorable. Articles RSS can be completed to produce a lot of traffic. It is suggested to aim at the content aggregation web sites. These websites post articles from the off-site authors. This helps in building your links and maintains your reputation.

If you are planning for selling products, or membership service, it is advisable to launch an affiliate programme for getting inbound links. Promoting the affiliate program besides your website is necessary. You can sell info product via the portal.  The webmasters can post links or the articles promoting your product on their website which will guarantee link.

Directory submissions / site submissions…
Second-level directories and cranny directories are not given much consequence.  If you are looking for free traffic, it is better not to focus on the directories like Yahoo. It is a pretty simple task. It is also advisable to submit the link of your website on sites that have the ‘links’ page and needs a reciprocal link in exchange.

If your purpose is to uncover a hihg value links and the website is just new, you need spend some cash for building backlink. You can search for the media kit in the web site or inquire the advertising chance. You can also opt for paid directory listings for generating traffic.

 

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May 5, 2008

Google “Quality Reviewers Guidelines” LEAK ?

I hate spam sites, scraper sites and websites that gives absolutely no quality to the reader. In my head, at least, my niche sites give the readers some kind of value. I’ve been building mini-sites and putting up content on various blog platforms and free sites for months and as a result of that my income increased several hundred percent over a few months time.

I provided quality but at the same time my main goal was of course to get the visitor to click through to the merchants salespage so I good get a nice affiliate payout in the mail… I wrote unique content and I think most of the articles actually answered a question or concern the reader might have had. I had several pages in the same niches obviously. I had multiple pages in the top 20 search results for any of the search terms I targeted and everything went fine…

Untill…:

All the sites/pages I had in one-niche was removed from the search results (or moved from i.e. position #6 in Google to #801) Overnight.

SHIT! I could not figure what was going on and I was running around like a decapitated chicken for days trying to figure out what went wrong. My checks from clickbank was reduces by 25%.. Then the same happened with two more niches as well… Over a period of one week my clickbank income was cut in half.

I did provide quality content, right?
NOT in the eyes of Google, no!

Over the last couple of weeks or so, I have been reading the (allegedly-) LEAKED Google Quality Reviews Guidelines. Yes, you heard me right… Google - the king of all search engines - have HUMAN EDITORS!!!

Appearently, the Google automatic filters loved my websites and gave them good pagerank and top positions. Then, it seems like the human editors where going through the niches I were in to weed out the spammers and advertisers…(remember; Google wants us to PAY for advertising!!). Most of my sites were dumped…
Time to reconsider!!

So, I need to reconsider the way I’ve been doing my marketing online, it seems. And so do you if you are building niche sites like they teach in the 30Day Challenge 2007 ->.

  • What can we do to make google actually accept our sites without thinking it is spam?
  • How can we provide more quality to the readers of such mini-sites to not only satisfy the reader but also the Human Editors Of Google?

We need to come up with a way we can work as affiliates and at the same time make both the readers and Google love our content. You can find the LEAKED Google Quality Review Guidelines here. I do not know if this document is fake, or if it is “leaked” on purpose by Google but it should provide some good insight into the way the Human Editors work…

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April 30, 2008

Web Site Traffic - How To Analyze your web Site Traffic

Web Site Traffic Analyzing

I found this article by Serge Daudelin and thought it might be worth sharing. I was planning to write an article on this topic anyways and since what Serge writes in this article actually makes sense, I might as well just re-print his article.

Serge talks about statistic counters in his article and I personally use and prefer statcounter.com - it’s a good free stat counter that gives a lot of detailed statistics.

Now, let’s head over to the article:

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“Getting traffic to your web site without analyzing it, is like being blindfolded while driving a car. So although hit counters are helpful to a certain point, you need more to tell where your website is heading.

Find if specific keywords are generating a specific type of visitor to your web site. Internet marketing all about generating as much traffic as possible and converting this traffic into sign ups and sales.

That’s why analyzing your web site traffic is so important.”
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I think it is good and rather precise reading. To read the full story and see more stuff by Serge - Click Here. (NOTE: It will open in a new window since it is an external link!)

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April 29, 2008

Backlinks - What Are They?

When hearing about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) a term that will come up quite often is “Backlink“. For us who have been doing web design, niche marketing and sEO for a while this is a term we way too often take for granted that everybody “knows.” However, this is not the case and I often see people misunderstand this term or not understanding it at all. Basically a backlink is not more than a link to your site from another site.

A link back to your site = Backlink! :)

A Backlink is also called an “incoming link”(Also See; Reciprocal Link). The number and - more important - the quality of backlinks represent one of the most important factors in determining a site’s “PageRank”. The value of any backlink is determined partly by the PageRank of the linking site, which, again, is determined partly by the quality of its backlinks, and so on.

Getting quality links back to your site is often one of the hardest tasks in SEO and website owners (and especially Black Hatters) often try to “cheat” by making blog farms/link farms and similar systems to outrank competitors. These methods, while they may have great positive impact on your rankings short-term, may be catastrophic to your rankings if, for instance, Google finds out about the linking-scheme.

There are of course both black hat, white hat and even grey hat methods to build backlinks and they all have some benefits - it is up to you to decide which methods you use and I would say that a combination of them are often best.

Just remeber to step carefully when using the more “illegal” methods and do not play the game if you cannot take the punishment.

Here are some guidelines to go by…:

*Do NOT just throw out garbage spam content to get backlinks from article directories, blogs (your own or others) etc.
*Do NOT join linkfarms which sole purpose is to provide backlinks without quality.

…BASICALLY: Always provide quality content and do not make “Scraper Sites” with junk content.

If you are familiar with Search Engine Trust (SET) you know how ugly it may turn out. SET was a network of blogs and members could submit articles to these blogs. Their network consisted of hundreds of blogs and the content on these sites were mostly junk made by “spammers”. Google joined their network (or so it seems), tracked down their sites and de-indexed them. What was a super effective backlink netowrk shooting the members sites high up on the search engine rankings had, more or less, their complete network de-indexed over night.

The value of the network was crushed to pieces in one giant strike basically.

There are still networks and ways to gain backlinks but I would recommend the white hat ones where you actually have to contribute with something useful in order to get a link back to your site. This may be writing an article, posting useful comments etc…

PortalFeeder, TrafficKahuna and probably FirePow are great networks to join if you have the money.

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