Archive for June, 2011
All marketing successful or not works by some mystic mechanics that few fully understand. On seemingly dreadfully silly and low-budget commercial can be a surprise hit and sell millions of whatever. Likewise and super slick commercial with voice-overs by famous actors and other similar and most expensive ploys might bomb for no apparent reason. It’s like some strange old, and ever forceful spirit autocratically decides which commercials that is to succeed and almightily doom others. Marketing of websites is no means less complicated, just different. From what I have heard from expert on the subject effective link building is probably one of the most important parts of any online marketing activity these days. There are some other (some rather obvious others quite complicated) reasons for developing a steady herd of inward links to your websites. Directory submissions, apparently, are a common and widely used method for search engine optimization. The general idea is that you can submit your links to some online directory which holds them for a specified period of time. Trouble is though, most search engine seems to recognize these link farms (when they are just that) and ignore links coming from them. If you should employ this kind of service make damned sure to target the directories that are SEO friendly. It is imperative that your website is submitted under the most relevant category too. Anyhow, these links usually permanent and can guide some useful traffic to your portal. But the best way to back link your own website and get away with it (search engines such as Google don’t take kindly to gazillions of auto-links) is to use a tool called seo hosting . It’s a technique which gives you access to large amounts of unique IP-numbers. Those you can use to set up websites full of links to your main site, without Google or other search engines ever knowing.