| 7:57 pm on May 4, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I'd do some reading around here about the Google Sandbox to understand why it might take quite a while for your site to show up in Google.
| 8:23 pm on May 4, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I also wouldn't put too much emphasis into the information that Alexa dispenses. As far as the link purchases, sure they can help - but what is your current linking strategy like? Too many IBL's and too many with the same anchor text will cause you headaches with Google.
| 7:52 am on May 5, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I was looking to buy text links from high PR sites to get my website deep crawled by Google, Msn, and Yahoo. Sure I hope that it helps my site raise in SERP. I only have about 6 real competing websites which are providing the same info as I am but doing a search for my main keywords shows over a million results. Even the top ten rankings have low page rank levels of 2-3 so I am hoping that a link from an authority site will help me.
I also get about 50-150 new inbound links per day automatically based on the way my site is setup and provides info. Every few days, I change my site code to change the way inbound links will appear on other pages.
| 9:09 am on May 5, 2005 (gmt 0)|
|I also get about 50-150 new inbound links per day |
I think this may be a problem, I would think that 150 new IBL a day could cause you to be in the sandbox longer?
| 9:33 pm on May 6, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Silly Question. You want your site deep crawled. Do you have a site map with links to all your pages that's right off your main page(or on your main page)?
Google having an easy route to all of your pages will probably get your pages indexed faster than news links to your main page.
| 8:13 pm on May 18, 2005 (gmt 0)|
If Google still use sandbox technique , why many marketer purchase the expensive text links? How they assure that they will get the benefit from that purchase? It might get nothing if Google won't pass the pagerank value.
| 9:59 pm on May 18, 2005 (gmt 0)|
> I would think that 150 new IBL a day could cause you to be in the sandbox longer?
Well, at leat someone around here is paying attention. ;-)
| 11:56 pm on May 18, 2005 (gmt 0)|
|Well, at leat someone around here is paying attention. ;-) |
Im never off the ball - Its what I do best :)
| 6:44 pm on May 19, 2005 (gmt 0)|
It is not worth it. It takes longer than one month to see results and results are usually minimal.
Adwords is better value for money if you use 5 Cent clicks and intelligent keywords.
U could also spend the money on local radio advertising or newspapers.
| 9:52 pm on May 19, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Buying text links can be a good thing to do, but just be careful. If you expect immediate results in SERPs, it is probably not worth the investment. If your purpose is to hopefully increase actual visitors to your site, then you might give it a shot. Raising in the SERPs could take awhile.
| 8:47 pm on May 20, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Alexa ranking should be ignored as it can be faked and traffic to their site has no impact on the effect of a link from their site.
Look at the total links on the page, not just outbounds.
You say you get 150 new links per day? One way natural links from different sites.... and your site isn't indexed properly get?
Either you are bull#*$!ting - don't know why you would, or you have serious problems with the internal navigation of your site.
If you were getting even a tenth of that per day your site would be fully indexed five times over.
If your site hasn't been indexed properly I doubt seriously that a PR7 or 8 page will agree to link to it even if you pay them. Read the terms and conditions of the broker more carefully.
I would avoid links from very high PR pages given the company you are in. you said pr3 type pages? There is very little you need to do to compete here. If you are buying links I wouldn't go for anything over a pr5 and no sitewides.
get links to pages other than your homepage (deeplinks)
get a sitemap