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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]
Well, ok, that's the best and ideal way to get links but not necessarily the fastest. But many here are forgetting that sites you want links from - the quality sites in your field -- are also looking for quality sites that they can include in their list of resources or recommended sites. And you don't even have to reciprocate their link.
For fastest, search Google for "Add URL" or "Submit Your link" and submit your links.
[edited by: martinibuster at 6:24 pm (utc) on Sep. 10, 2004]
Great ideas, I particularly like the suggestion to offer free downloads of sick videos and pics... but that might not be for everyone... lmfbo!
The best way is the good old fashion way, search out appropriate sites to contact and request a back link or link exchange... preferrably non-reciprocating.
Use a tool like Zeus, Seo Lite or some other, there are lots of them out there, but if you do, use it professionally and don't use it to create anything that resembles a link farm. Before deciding on a tool or software package search the forums, post questions etc to get opinions of people such as those on webmaster world.
I'd recommend against buying links, but it isn't because you'll bet banned, that won't happen, its because it's too damn expensive. I'd recommend a service such a "link it forward" instead, it's simply a way of connecting webmasters to a central location to exchange links in the most appropriate way... on topic, non-reciprocating, and by invitation only. It's new,innovative, and a heck of a lot cheaper than paying for individual links.
That is my opinion and I'm sticking to it...
Stretch Dog, and it's time to go home!
Start a couple of blogs and give your sites ROS links from them.
If you discount blog links 90%, and you get 100,000, then you've now got 10,000 regular links.
The thing about blog links is that it's remarkably easy to get lots of them in a very short amount of time. So unless you completely disregard them (which G never world because of the viral marketing that goes on), it'll always be an advantageous way to gain links for short-term sites.
That said, I see some devaluing of blog links, but nothing that's making a large impact in the competitive categories.
"Suggest a link" + "your keyword(s)"
"Suggest a site" + "your keywords(s)"
"Suggest URL" + "your keyword(s)"
"Suggest an URL" + "your keyword(s)"
"Add a link" + "your keyword(s)"
"Add a site" + "your keyword(s)"
"Add URL" + "your keyword(s)"
"Add an URL" + "your keyword(s)"
"Submit a link" + "your keyword(s)"
"Submit a site" + "your keyword(s)"
"Submit URL" + "your keyword(s)"
"Submit an URL" + "your keyword(s)"
"Your Region" + "Add url"
"your keywords" + "directory"
"your keywords" + "directories"
keyword add site
your industry" +add url
Im making my own little list, i was just asking about that thread yesterday - anyone have anything to add :)
Movable type however is something completely different.
Additionally I've also seen Y! pick up some blog comments a few days after making them.
Or even better, if for example you sell green widgets for apple, create a section where you describe all kinds of different widgets for apples and put your link and other links as well there.
did ever any of your wikipedia backlinks show up on G?
No idea, but I don't see why not - the page is in G's index and robots are allowed to follow.
I get a fair bit of traffic from my Wikipedia entries though, which is more than welcome. Links are not all about google - they do actually provide traffic direct.
In fact, my biggest referrer (other than SE's) on one site is from a leading wiki - that gives me about 300 uniques a day. It cost me nothing and I wrote it myself.
A "hidden" link will never last long. Play the game and make it genuine. Then it'll be up there for good. The same goes for blogs.
The OP was:-
what is the fastest ways to get quality incomming links to website?
So I wasn't talking about spamming.
Not a lot is faster than editing a wiki, and they can be a good source of traffic and a nice anchor text link.
Your mileage will vary depending on how many wiki's there are in your sector and the type of site you operate.
As for blog writing I follow a different strategy. I just spamm a few thousand guest books with a simple text like "Wonderful site, yada yada...." and a link with an anchor text where allowed or link in a homepage icon.