Get Top 10 Ranking Without Paying For It


Imagine! Your content rich website!

If there’s one thing that Google loves, it’s content. Done right, a content rich website is almost guaranteed to rank highly. But how to get that content? You can write it yourself, but that takes a lot of time. You can pay a SEO copywriter to write it for you, but that takes a lot of money. If only there was another option, right?

What if you could get your content for free? And not just a little bit of content; a lot! What if you could get an almost unlimited supply of keyword rich, expertly written content, specific to your subject matter, absolutely free of charge? Would you snap it up and upload to your site in an instant? Of course you would! Well here’s the good news: you can! Read on to find out how you can get a top ten ranking in the search engines without paying a single red cent.

Yes, content gives you a great ranking

Content is king. This is widely acknowledged as fact, but if you need further convincing, consider the following two points:

Point 1 – In Google’s own words, one of the keys to a high ranking is to “create a useful, information-rich site” (from “Google Information for Webmasters” – http://www.google.com/webmasters/guidelines.html).

Point 2 – Google insider advocates a 26-step list to building a high ranking site. Step 5 of the list says, “build one page of content and put online per day at 200-500 words”. If you follow this model of content creation and/or site building you’ll have a complete website/blog, fully indexed by the search engines and attracting visitors – traffic – within a reasonable time frame.

But why does content give you a great ranking?

I won’t go into further detail about IF Google loves content. I will, however, briefly explain WHY. Google’s love affair with content is based on two key factors:

1) Google loves sites with a lot of content because it assumes they provide a lot of useful information. And remember, that’s the whole reason Google exists – to help people find useful information. The more helpful Google’s results, the more traffic (and revenue) it gets.

2) Google loves sites that have a lot of links pointing to them because this means other webmasters hold your site in high regard, and Google assumes this means the content is useful. And naturally, if you create a useful site, other webmasters will link to it because this makes them useful to their visitors (thereby developing site loyalty), and they gain credibility and authority because they’re associated with you.

So how can you get free content for your website?

Three words: ‘free reprint articles’. There are hundreds of thousands of people out there writing high quality, helpful, informative articles on virtually every topic imaginable, then giving these articles away to any webmaster who wants to publish them on a website. In exchange for the article, the author asks only that you retain the author bio at the end, complete with all links (e.g. “John Forde is a Copywriter and Article Submission Specialist.).

To find free content for your website, simply visit any one of hundreds of ‘article banks’ on the Internet such as http://www.ezinearticles.com, http://www.goarticles.com, or http://www.articleblast.com. Browse or search for the subject you’re interested in, then take the article(s) for free. There is absolutely no charge. Some of these sites will even send a regular stream of articles direct to your website (using RSS).

Alternatively, you can sign up to any number of article distribution lists and get articles delivered direct to your email inbox. Again, it’s absolutely free! Some of the better known distribution lists include http://groups.yahoo.com/group/article_announce, http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/Free-Content, and http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Free-Reprint-Articles.


TIP: The article banks and distribution lists mentioned above are just the tip of the iceberg. There are hundreds more – just do a search for “free reprint articles”, “article submission”, “article submission site”, “submit article”, “article submit site”, “free articles”, or “free content”. You may even find a site or list which only deals in articles relating to your particular subject matter.

And why is it free?

Why are these authors giving their articles away? Because it helps the author’s own search engine ranking. As explained above, Google loves sites with lots of links pointing to them. Every time their article submission is published, the author gets another link to their website. In fact, if the article is really good, it may be published hundreds of times. And each time, it’s another link to the author’s website. Put simply, article submission is a writer’s free pass to the top of the search engines.

How do I know if the quality is good?

It’s a process of natural selection. The better the article submission, the more often it will be published, so it’s in the author’s interest to write and submit articles of the highest quality. Of course, this doesn’t always happen, but in most cases, you’ll be reviewing the articles before you post them anyway, so if you discover one that’s not up to scratch, don’t use it. In time, you’ll become familiar with the authors who consistently put out good quality content – you may even find enough of them that you don’t need to go looking for content from anyone else.

Where do I put the free content?

Most people put the articles in an ‘Articles’ or ‘Resources’ section on their website, but you can put them anywhere you like.

How much free content should I use?

As much as you want or as little as you want. It all depends on your needs and the needs of your audience. If your audience expects that at least some of your site is original content, then give it to them.

But what about the duplicate content issue?

It’s not an issue!

There’s a lot of a talk about how Google penalizes duplicate content. The theory is that when the majority of the content on two separate webpages (on different sites) is the same, the one with the higher PR will be shown and the other one will not; But where duplicate content is mostly penalized is when the same content appears in different parts same site

Whether or not this theory is true is still a hot topic in search engine circles, because Google does tend to engage in a bit of secrecy about these things. Be that as it may, it doesn’t affect people publishing free-reprint articles. When you publish the article, just make sure you have unique content around it. Generally, it’s enough to have your own unique introduction to the page (which may be common to all pages), and your own navigation elements, headers, footers, sidebars, logos, images, etc.

Conclusion

Free reprint articles are a great way for you to achieve a high ranking. And you don’t have to pay a cent! So go ahead and take a look at this type of content for your website. You’ve got nothing to lose!

3 Main Ways to get Instant Traffic


Google Traffic Tips

Build on existing traffic strategies

We have seen in our previous topic, how to increase your website traffic. In some circumstances, you may need to increase your traffic immediately or to boost it in order to spread a new product or an offer or or simply to implement your viral marketing. Well there are 3 easy ways to accomplish this and we will discuss them in this article.

They entail:

  • Buying targeted traffic to your site!
  • Emailing to your list; and…
  • Making a Joint Venture(JV).

To buy fast and immediate traffic, you will need to go to Google or one of the other alternatives like overture from yahoo…

You may need to know how to use Google Adwords first, there is excellent ebooks on this subject, that will save you a lot of money, and avoid your ad to be deactivated.That type or advertising is called Pay Per Click advertising. You will set a daily budget for your campaign, and you will only pay when some one make a click on your link. You will be able to see your ad on the right table of the page, when you search for specific keywords.

Emailing to your list

For example, you can buy 3 different advertising sources, pay the same price for each, then track with a software which advertising gives you more results. Then go on, like that you will save your money.

The second way is to email to your list. You must understand the sale process. In a nutshell, visitors are surfing they fall on your site, but they probably won’ t come back except if you offer them an incentive, or newsletter, something that will bring them back: You can send a promotional email, twice a month or once Send valuable information between the promotional offer.

The joint venture strategy

The last tip for immediate traffic is Joint Venture. You have to get other websites to send email to their list, place your link on their website, and you will pay them only when they process a sale.

Pay them 50% or more. And make the sale easy for them, prepare for them the subject and body of the emails, prepare the affiliate link they will put on their websites, and any other material you can use.
And who knows, you will probably find some good friends out there.