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January 15, 2009

Quick and Easy One Way Backlinks for More Traffic

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To get visitors to your webpage you really need to know what keywords people will type into the search engines to find the service or product your webpage offers. Before you say “Oh no, not another keyword research article”, let me just say you will learn exactly how to quickly and easily do keyword research and create backlinks based on that keyword.

Clearly one of the most beneficial ways to generate more traffic to your site is to create backlinks to it. Creating backlinks from relevant sites helps to boost your page rank and can even get your website or a particular webpage showing on the first pages of a Google search for that term.

Now you don’t want just any old backlinks but ones that contain specific keywords you have optimized a particular page, blog or website for.

Lets say for your website is about “dog training”. A common and highly sought after keyword, but one that a new or even established site is going to find hard to be ranked high for.

Now we all know that trying to get a webpage ranked in Google for one of the primary search terms is a real challenge. Those keywords are in effect, out of the range of most marketers, both in time and money resources to try to rank for.

So the best possible way to increase search results and rank in your niche is to select secondary keywords that still get a lot of searches but don’t eliminate you from the possibility for ranking for them.

Stick with me here because this isn’t as hard as you were perhaps lead to believe.

Now the first thing you should do is to narrow down the keyword(s) that you want to build or optimize a webpage around. You can do this by going to the following website and typing in a primary keyword in the search box.

In the results that show, you are going to get a good list of the highest searched for keywords related to the primary keyword you entered in the search box. You will also find a lot more information presented that can really help you narrow down your selection. You are looking for phrases that contain part or all of the primary keyword that you can develop your webpage or site around.

The next thing you must do is determine what keywords are being used successfully to market products, services or websites online. To do this I suggest you use Google adwords search term tool here

You can simply copy and paste a keyword from the list into the form, hit enter and get a list of keywords based on the one you input and also provide a list of additional keywords to consider that expands the possibilities even further.

At this point, my suggestion to you is that you choose a keyword that has good monthly search quantity but whose box [colored in green] is only about half or less green. The less green means their is less competition for that particular keyword phrase.

Now we want to measure the link building competition for a keyword in Google’s search engine by selecting a keyword from the above list and placing the phrase in the Google search box using the specific search operator: inanchor:”your keyword goes here”

Being that we are narrowing our keyword to a specific one you want to be sure to include the quotation marks before and after the keyword. if you use the inanchor operator without the quotation marks it will give results for every page that contains every word in the phrase you entered individually or together, instead of the specific phrase, and doesn’t narrow the pages down to relevant ones that you would be directly competing for on that particular keyword phrase.

Using the inanchor operator with the quotation marks will show the results (pages or links) shown (at top right of page) that contain the exact keyword phrase. These are sites already using that “keyword search term” on their webpages.

Note – you can find a full description of all google search operators here

After you find suitable keywords and place them on one of your webpages begin creating backlinks to the page that contains the specific search term in several ways.

Here are some suggestions:

  • Post to forums with your sig file containing the link to your webpage
  • Leave a comment on blogs
  • Write and submit articles

Be sure that somewhere you include the specific search term that you have optimized your webpage for and the link to that specific page.

Is there an easier way to create backlinks without having to spend hours and hours of your time doing it? Yes there is!

If you want to be able to add 20-30 one-way backlinkspointing to your site every week with very little time and no cost involved then you’ll want to consider automating a little.

Take a look here to see how it’s done: here and you will seehow I add 20-30 permanent one-way backlinks a week pointing to my sites every week.

Creating quality permanent backlinks is easier and quicker than you think http://www.cashway.com/d/backlinks.htm

4 Responses to “Quick and Easy One Way Backlinks for More Traffic

    avatar Posts about Text Links as of January 15, 2009 | The Lessnau Lounge says:

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    Good post Ed, but are you suggesting that the keyword term is used normally in the comment text, and your sig is the website link or does the keyword have to be a hyperlink.

    avatar DealPlayground says:

    Is there any good backlink creation tools, services that you highly recommend?
    – CEO of DealPlayground

    Hi

    Thanks for the feedback

    I would suggest using that somewhere in your comments you hyperlink your keyword(s) you are trying to gain backllinks for.

    There is currently only one site I use to help create backlinks and it is free. It’s not automatic but it has helped me create about 400 backlinks since the start of this year. You can find it by clicking the link at the end of the above post or below http://www.cashway.com/d/backlinks.htm

    Hope that helps.

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