SEO Secret that many web masters ignore...

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One of the most powerful seo secret is that ...

you need backlinks!

But...

with a twist.

Many beginners just get backlinks to their home page and that's it.

Guess what? This is not the right way to do it.

Listen up:

1. Whenever you create a new page for your site (are you creating new webpages on a daily, weekly basis? this will help you tremendously with your rankings), get a link or two pointing to this inner page in your site

2. Add this new page in your sitemap (I hope you have one)

3. Add your new page to your home page (in the new articles section - or whatever)

4. Do this once a week (better to outsource, and if you are REALLY serious, you'll do it once a day)

5. Set up a blog, start blogging (or outsource), and watch your backlinks, traffic and rankings explode.

Doing this will give you an edge other your competitors, seriously.

As for making more money, you'll need to know how to make your site convert into sales, but this is another story.

Enjoy,

Franck
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  • Profile picture of the author RanjithaV
    I too was never knew that there was something around like this.

    Thanks for all the information
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Adams
    no only just links, not dofollow links. If the link is rel=nofollow there will be no page rank passed. Firefox has a good plugin plugin to highlight nofollow links
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  • Profile picture of the author Oling
    Great Tip. Only thing I miss there is the sitemap. What do you mean by sitemap? Do you mean To put a sitemap on the homepage of my website or submit a sitemap?

    Thanks anyways, its good SEO tip.

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  • Profile picture of the author Emailrevealer
    do I have to create a new sitemap every time I update or just resubmit my site map?
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  • Profile picture of the author Gringo
    Thanks for the tip I shall implement it now.
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  • Profile picture of the author TCmarketer
    That's some good stuff right there!
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    • Profile picture of the author onpointinfo
      My 2 cents....

      In addition to what has been shared:

      • use the kw as a anchor text link to inner pages tty to get those people you are going to get links from to use the kw you want to rank for to use that to link to a internal page on your site
      • go for quality links whenever possible from those sites that have high ranking and also related to your niche
      good luck to everyone here
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  • Originally Posted by aboutalhah View Post

    One of the most powerful seo secret is that ...

    you need backlinks!

    But...

    with a twist.

    Many beginners just get backlinks to their home page and that's it.

    Guess what? This is not the right way to do it.

    Listen up:

    1. Whenever you create a new page for your site (are you creating new webpages on a daily, weekly basis? this will help you tremendously with your rankings), get a link or two pointing to this inner page in your site

    2. Add this new page in your sitemap (I hope you have one)

    3. Add your new page to your home page (in the new articles section - or whatever)

    4. Do this once a week (better to outsource, and if you are REALLY serious, you'll do it once a day)

    5. Set up a blog, start blogging (or outsource), and watch your backlinks, traffic and rankings explode.

    Doing this will give you an edge other your competitors, seriously.

    As for making more money, you'll need to know how to make your site convert into sales, but this is another story.

    Enjoy,

    Franck
    While I like your methodology I have to disagree. Most people have limited time and I don't think you should water down your link building efforts on inner pages. Get your front page all the links you can and it will lift the others automatically without you lifting a finger, so long as you have good internal linking structures.

    I have only ever promoted one page on my main site and the results have been breathtaking. So again, while I see where you're going, I feel it adds a bit of misinformation. If people have the time then sure point links to all your inner pages but I'm telling you it's not necessary.

    You won't do any harm of course but every time you build a link to an inner page and if it took time to do that, you could have been adding a front page link.
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    • Profile picture of the author IowaGal
      Originally Posted by australianrealestate View Post

      While I like your methodology I have to disagree. Most people have limited time and I don't think you should water down your link building efforts on inner pages. Get your front page all the links you can and it will lift the others automatically without you lifting a finger, so long as you have good internal linking structures.

      I have only ever promoted one page on my main site and the results have been breathtaking. So again, while I see where you're going, I feel it adds a bit of misinformation. If people have the time then sure point links to all your inner pages but I'm telling you it's not necessary.

      You won't do any harm of course but every time you build a link to an inner page and if it took time to do that, you could have been adding a front page link.
      Links to interior pages (also called deep links) will improve your website ranking more than you could ever imagine.

      The search engines specifically look for links that point to interior pages because it tells them that there is content worthy of linking to not only on the home page but within the internal pages as well.

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    • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
      Who said that you should do this yourself?

      In fact, the only reason one should do this himself is that he is just starting out and can't affoard to outsource...

      When you link to inner pages, you'll receive more traffic.

      Best,

      Franck

      Originally Posted by australianrealestate View Post

      While I like your methodology I have to disagree. Most people have limited time and I don't think you should water down your link building efforts on inner pages. Get your front page all the links you can and it will lift the others automatically without you lifting a finger, so long as you have good internal linking structures.

      I have only ever promoted one page on my main site and the results have been breathtaking. So again, while I see where you're going, I feel it adds a bit of misinformation. If people have the time then sure point links to all your inner pages but I'm telling you it's not necessary.

      You won't do any harm of course but every time you build a link to an inner page and if it took time to do that, you could have been adding a front page link.
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    • Profile picture of the author mcarey6
      Thanks a bunch for the information in this post. Deep linking is something they many people overlook but is super important.

      If you're looking to build a quality site that you want to stay in it for the long haul you want to have as many deep links as well as home page links as you can. Having a mix of them both makes your site look much more natural than having no links to internal pages and 2000 links to the home page.

      From a search engine perspective having only links to your home page stands out like a sore thumb and is obviously attributed to someone trying to manually influence their rankings. By mixing in a consistent amount of deep links over time they appear much more natural.

      I don't know about anyone else but when I build a site I plan on putting time into and having around for awhile I want to have it be a high ranking powerful site but appear natural at the same time. I think of it like future proofing my site for future search engine changes.

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      Originally Posted by australianrealestate View Post

      While I like your methodology I have to disagree. Most people have limited time and I don't think you should water down your link building efforts on inner pages. Get your front page all the links you can and it will lift the others automatically without you lifting a finger, so long as you have good internal linking structures.

      I have only ever promoted one page on my main site and the results have been breathtaking. So again, while I see where you're going, I feel it adds a bit of misinformation. If people have the time then sure point links to all your inner pages but I'm telling you it's not necessary.


      You won't do any harm of course but every time you build a link to an inner page and if it took time to do that, you could have been adding a front page link.
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  • Profile picture of the author flashgordon
    I'm a big fan of deep linking. I use social bookmarking for that, as well as mini-blogs. Directories, article marketing, etc I point to my homepage, but if I can, I also try and get deep links with relevant keywords in the anchor text.
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  • Deep linking works well,it also always you to have more than 1 page on the first page of google which has happened to me before.
    The way I see it your homepage automatically benefits,as it is the site itself and the page is classed as a sperate entity by the search engines.This is why many pages (not home pages) are listed in googles first page,yell.com is a perfect example.
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  • Profile picture of the author blindmonkeymedia
    For the sitemap, make sure you have 2 sitemaps. An XML site map for google that only crawlers will see and one for the website that anyone can view.

    If you got a good programmer, he can make you a sitemap that updates automatically.
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  • Profile picture of the author brp002
    Yes definitely and that is one of the reasons why comment luv is such a good plugin for blogs. If google thinks your whole website is popular then google is gonna up your ratings. Good Advice.

    Another great tip is to on all the new pages you have created have anchor text to your homepage. That is a HUGE one.
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    • Profile picture of the author mloveridge17
      Originally Posted by brp002 View Post

      Yes definitely and that is one of the reasons why comment luv is such a good plugin for blogs. If google thinks your whole website is popular then google is gonna up your ratings. Good Advice.
      Don't get me wrong, I totally agree that getting comments is a good thing. But they can also destroy your keyword density (for good or bad), which can have an adverse affect on your page rank. So, it's a balancing act.
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  • Profile picture of the author sgsmorgan
    Good advice. People often forget that good correct internal linking is often as useful as external linking
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Fisher
    Thanks for the backend insight.
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  • Profile picture of the author edge0125
    thanks for the tips
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