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I see a lot of cool gigs that look like they would help me get the PR and traffic I need. Is there a type of gig to focus on? What not to look at? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
The best advice for you is a lot of what I see these gentlemen have given already, the few that you are missing is to focus on Bing and Yahoo as well as Google but Bing and Yahoo are so much easier to rank high in and are the best for start up traffic as well as once ranked google will see this and give you even higher of a rank on their results.
Dont use link pyramids they can work of course but for what your paying here they are not going to because no one cares about your rank like you do and so I recommend not buying and building a some what link payramid your self using Squidoo, G plus and Facebook for a niche not so related to yours.
As far as buying back links I again advice against it the only one person I trust here on this site is ITKING because he is providing them the right way, Manual SEO is the only thing that works with good results, software of any type will destroy and I mean destroy your chances of ranking for that website for the next 6 months and if you have used software just leave the site alone because any work done wont help it for atleast 90 days to a year!
Here is one of his best gigs, I have not used this one but I do not use SEO clerks for my own personal reasons, just the FAQ and for SEO gigs, I do use his gigs every week on clients websites.
I may agree that your site can get a higher ranking in Yahoo and Bing maybe because the competition is not that hectic. But take note that the biggest search engine is Google which means you can get more traffic from Google than any other search engine in town. But for the SEO work on your site it will be applicable to all the search engines so you cannot focus on any one search engine. You just have to do the SEO work.
You can focus on blog commenting, article directories, social network promotion and so on. I don't like the forum links as they don't carry that much juice anymore.
Do not use those gigs that give you thousands of backlinks because google don't like it. EG. 5000 blog comments for $10 - these should be avoided.
Social bookmarking are quite useful but don't buy a high amount. If you buy 1000, try to split it between a few sites. Or buy 100-300 at a time and wait for like a week or two before buying more.
as far as i know, link farms or wheels are not much appreciated things. I might be wrong but I have written a few articles on the topic. link wheels are made so that they are undetectable so isn't it enough a proof that they are a black hat SEO technique?
Thanks you guys all helpful! Do guys know about those link farms and pyramids?
When you are ready to build a website for your business there are a a few simple search engine optimization tips you should consider as soon as you purchase your domain name. Implementing a few things correctly, right from the beginning, can slingshot your website into top search rankings within just a few months of launching.
These are my top ten highly effective SEO tips which you can apply to your website for free:
Choose a short descriptive URL with your primary keywords in it (if possible).
Only target a few MAJOR keywords and their variants on each page.
Separate keywords with hyphens in the URL – with the domain name being the exception, preferably.
Use keywords in your navigation links where they make sense, however, like always, don’t overuse them.
Optimize your meta description tags – One or two sentences max; using a keyword variant or two.
Provide a significant amount of textual content on each page, using variants of your targeted keywords throughout it.
Install Google Analytic.
Add a blog to your website and post to it at least once a week. Don’t use a separate domain name for your blog; make it a sub-directory or sub-domain and fully integrated into your main site.
The best way is to use lots of text and make metion of keywords and get your website index by major seach engine use meta tags in your html thats a good start
For a new website, forget about all those services that say they can help by building links to your site 24/7. In most cases, they usually end up doing more damage than good. Especially for new sites which will be very sensitive in the eyes of Google. For a new site, just build up your site first and that means adding tons of great high quality content and adding it regularly. It's not hard to come up with content ideas if you do some research and brainstorming. There's tons of stuff posted here to the SEOClerks FAQ on that front. Just search the FAQ for content and you'll find many FAQs that will give you ideas and inspiration for content for your site and how to come up with and produce it. Honestly, forget about backlinks at first, just concentrate on building your site up so it's very comprehensive and informative site that your visitors/readers will appreciate. Create social profiles on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest etc etc and share your new content articles to them and work on them. They will help you to get the news out about your site and help you build and establish your social presence online too. Eventually, people will start to see that your site has a lot of great content on it and backlinks will start appearing naturally. But there are things you can do to speed up that process as well. Blog commenting on related blogs is one way to build brand awareness and also get some high quality backlinks from sites and blogs in the same niche as yours. So think, social signals and related backlinks, everything else will come on its own.
My idea for a new site is to fill it up with contents and at the same time, invite visitors. One of the easiest way to invite visitors is thru the social media. You can post a promotional item for your website so it can be exposed to your social media friends and followers. And with the SEO, the contents you have been uploading will suffice as long as the new content is original, unique and has substance. Also, it should be directly relevant to your niche.