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What's the fastest way to get incoming links?
Need Inbound Links in a Hurry
mig1234




msg:413379
 1:46 pm on Sep 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

In your experience, what is the fastest ways to get quality incomming links to website?

My site is about widget improvement and what I do is search on google phrases like:

“submit site” widgets
intitle:”submit site” widgets

This way I find some directories where I can submit my link, usually without returning link.

Can you recommend me faster ways?

[edited by: martinibuster at 4:24 pm (utc) on Sep. 10, 2004]
[edit reason] No specifics. Thanks. [/edit]

 

rj87uk




msg:413409
 2:56 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

heh,

thanks i was just on submited some information and gave a link...

I didnt even have to sign in?!

anyone could just go and submit stuff? or deleat it all!?

oh well i got a link lol

Artstart




msg:413410
 2:57 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

now you've done it TJ

it's not clasified info... anybody who spends some time looking to develop link network can figure it out. so it was about time yongsters found it on their own.

trillianjedi




msg:413411
 2:58 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

now you've done it TJ

Wiki's are introduing a valuable new structure of data to the Web (in my view they will replace directories).

For those that were not doing this anyway, it was only a matter of time - if anything I've only sped it up a bit ;-)

Find topics that are most relevant to your theme and submit valuable information and links.

Exactly.

anyone could just go and submit stuff? or deleat it all!?

They're backed up - submit junk and it will be deleted. Delete all and it will be replaced.

Treat them with respect and you will be rewarded with traffic.

TJ

[edited by: trillianjedi at 3:00 pm (utc) on Oct. 8, 2004]

Artstart




msg:413412
 2:59 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

>>rj87uk

you'll get a few deleted before you master how to make em stay =)

stretch_dog




msg:413413
 9:38 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

wiki's eh.... obviously i don't get out much anymore cause they're news to me.

Good thread, keep the convo going, its interesting... any more good links to follow on wiki's... lol

coconutz




msg:413414
 11:24 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

>>did ever any of your wikipedia backlinks show up on G?

12 of 23 backlinks currently listed in Google for one of our information pages is from wikis.

bakedjake




msg:413415
 2:21 pm on Oct 9, 2004 (gmt 0)

If you do not wish for me to leave links in your guestbook, simply turn off that function and stop complaining.

Actually, I think the true professionals of agressive link development probably stay under the radar and do not make comments like this on a heavily trafficked public forum.

Comments like this are what got email spam legislated as illegal, and what will get automated form submissions automated as illegal eventually.

rj87uk




msg:413416
 10:05 pm on Oct 9, 2004 (gmt 0)

I guess both have good points

- Spamming get you there fast but short lived...
- but Spamming is wrong... lol

Oh well what can you do :)

[edited by: martinibuster at 4:10 pm (utc) on Oct. 10, 2004]
[edit reason] spelling [/edit]

SlyOldDog




msg:413417
 10:47 pm on Oct 11, 2004 (gmt 0)

>>What do you mean you hid it pretty well? May be that was the problem, do not hide it, but put it in the most relevant place and give it a good description, though it is a valuable resource for readers and it will not get deleted.

I mean I put the link in the right place. It fit perfectly. But they still removed it anyhow!

Wiki links are great....while they last. You'll spend more time checking they are still there than running your business.

coconutz




msg:413418
 10:54 pm on Oct 11, 2004 (gmt 0)

It's not uncommon for someone to remove external links they feel are spam or unrelated (especially if it links to commercial content).

Check the page history (tab at top of page) to see who removed it and if they left a reason why.

stretch_dog




msg:413419
 5:30 pm on Oct 12, 2004 (gmt 0)

"You'll spend more time checking they are still there than running your business."

Ok, now i am getting confused again.... early in the thread i read that wiki's are one of the best places to put back links.... but now the quote above... not much point if they don't stay around!

So, if i write a short article for a wiki, and link it back to my information page that is a more indepth version of the content written about.... it should stay right?

I mean really, hyperlinking to more info on same is sort of one a the main reasons the internet works isn't it, so why would someone delete the link.

Stretch... ;-))~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

dickbaker




msg:413420
 7:26 pm on Oct 12, 2004 (gmt 0)

Add me to the list of those who are confused.

I went to the Wiki site and looked at some articles. They had no PR at all. Zero.

Writing an article just to get a link from a 0 PR page seems like a lot of effort.

Would anyone care to 'splain?

SlyOldDog




msg:413421
 10:00 pm on Oct 12, 2004 (gmt 0)

You don't need to write an article. You can find an on-topic page and add your link there.

Trouble is anybody can remove it too :)

rj87uk




msg:413422
 9:25 am on Oct 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

well since i wrote a little, i just looked back my link is still on... I think if it get removed i wont bother with it :)

georgeek




msg:413423
 9:34 am on Oct 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

mig1234
what is the fastest ways to get quality incomming links to website?
The fastest way is to rent them from an honest text link broker. Yes surprisingly enough they do exist! :)

trillianjedi




msg:413424
 9:36 am on Oct 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

Dick Baker - you've been around here long enough to know better ;-)

TJ

graywolf




msg:413425
 12:24 pm on Oct 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

Writing an article just to get a link from a 0 PR page seems like a lot of effort.

TBPR is totally wonky now, pay no attention to the man behind the green pixels. You know I wonder if it was part of the plan all along get us hooked on green pixels, so we become dependant and keep waiting for our next fix (PR Updates). We turn into PR junkies who are more worried about getting green pixels than getting green dollars. I'd rather have one on topic PR1 link as oposed to one off topic PR4.

Artstart




msg:413426
 6:13 pm on Oct 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

wikipedia locked one of my sites =)

link shows in the code, but not on the page =)

foxtunes




msg:413427
 11:17 pm on Oct 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

Added a few relevant links to various categories within Wikipedia and so far only one has been dropped. Discovering this link pop tip is like finding a chainsaw after hacking through the jungle with a blunt machete for 6 months.....Thanks.

rj87uk




msg:413428
 9:28 am on Oct 14, 2004 (gmt 0)

lol! foxtunes: great way to put it...

I guess you cant get many of the wiki links if you have a small niche website, but a great idea for information site to get links...

I remember something like the wiki thing where you put information in and you get a link... does anyone else know what it is?

The one i saw was soemthing to do with canada in general...?

[edited by: martinibuster at 11:46 am (utc) on Oct. 14, 2004]
[edit reason] Let's keep discussion in the open. Thx. [/edit]

fom2001uk




msg:413429
 11:21 am on Oct 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

Have you tried putting a site search facility on your site? Hundreds of new pages are generated very quickly. If you can't host it on your own site, use Atomz or something similar. But I don't think those pages get indexed properly as backlinks, so try and host it yourself. I've seen lots of sites where most of their backlinks are just internal search results pages.

neuron




msg:413430
 4:57 pm on Oct 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

rj87uk, here's a revised list for you:

"Suggest link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest a link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest site" + "your keyword(s)"
"Suggest a site" + "your keyword(s)"
"Suggest URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest a URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest an URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add a link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add a site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add a URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add an URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit a link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit a site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit a URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit an URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"favorite links" +"your keyword(s)"
"recommended links" +"your keyword(s)"
"cool sites" +"your keyword(s)"
"cool places" +"your keyword(s)"
reciprocal +"your keyword(s)"
directory +"your keyword(s)"
directorys +"your keyword(s)"
directories +"your keyword(s)"
exchange +"your keyword(s)"
resources +"your keyword(s)"
links +"your keyword(s)"

bhartzer




msg:413431
 7:52 pm on Oct 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

Don't forget about local searches, too, i.e.,:

"your location" +"add url"
"your location" +"suggest a site"
"your location" +"submit site"
"your location" +links
"your location" +"reciprocal links"
"your location" +directory

rj87uk




msg:413432
 8:41 am on Oct 18, 2004 (gmt 0)

Great here is another tip:

In addition, you can also find site submission pages by searching for the actual page. So, try replacing the "add url" search phrase with one of the following page names:
addurl.html, addsite.html, addlink.html, submiturl.html, submitsite.html, submitlink.html, add-url.html, add-site.html, add-link.html, submit-url.html, submit-site.html, submit-link.html, add_url.html, add_site.html, add_link.html, submit_url.html, submit_site.html, submit_link.html

pardo




msg:413433
 10:46 am on Oct 18, 2004 (gmt 0)

and you might play around with various translations:

add url:
toevoegen url/website
hinzufügen url/website
ajoutez votre site/url
agregue su Página / url

SlyOldDog




msg:413434
 2:59 pm on Oct 18, 2004 (gmt 0)

rj87uk, here's a revised list for you:
"Suggest link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest a link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest site" + "your keyword(s)"
"Suggest a site" + "your keyword(s)"
"Suggest URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest a URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Suggest an URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add a link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add a site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add a URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Add an URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit a link" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit a site" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit a URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"Submit an URL" +"your keyword(s)"
"favorite links" +"your keyword(s)"
"recommended links" +"your keyword(s)"
"cool sites" +"your keyword(s)"
"cool places" +"your keyword(s)"
reciprocal +"your keyword(s)"
directory +"your keyword(s)"
directorys +"your keyword(s)"
directories +"your keyword(s)"
exchange +"your keyword(s)"
resources +"your keyword(s)"
links +"your keyword(s)"
"your location" +"add url"
"your location" +"suggest a site"
"your location" +"submit site"
"your location" +links
"your location" +"reciprocal links"
"your location" +directory

Nice going guys. You just gave Google a hit list.

rj87uk




msg:413435
 3:42 pm on Oct 18, 2004 (gmt 0)

Thanks SlyOldDog,

Your to blame to :)

Does anyone have any more Keywords people could search for to find easy links?

rj

Milamber




msg:413436
 6:57 pm on Oct 18, 2004 (gmt 0)

friends + KeyWords
partners + KeyWords

SlyOldDog




msg:413437
 8:29 am on Oct 19, 2004 (gmt 0)

Seriously - this is great material for the spam guys at Google. A non-seo would never be able to think up that list alone.

silverbytes




msg:413438
 2:14 pm on Oct 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

The "Wiki" thing was new to me but I was very disapointed after reading that wikis don't allow commercial stuff. And everybody here want's just that so we all are not welcome in wikies...

dauction




msg:413439
 2:21 pm on Oct 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

wiki links wont count in a matter of months ..dont even bother. It is quickly turning into one ofthe most abused projects on the web .Even more so than DMOZ!

You simply cannnot turn over projects to the inmates..it's really that simple!

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