If you try to expand your SEO, there is a lot of great and useful tools. By using this tools, you will doing your SEO much faster and better.

In this post, read review of Traffic Travis and Web CEO Online tools, and then, pick the best for your SEO job.

Traffic Travis    

Traffic Travis is a software designed to help online businesses boost their website traffic. It is an all-in-one tool for search engine optimization, pay-per-click monitoring and general market research.

There is a two version of Traffic Travis- free and profesional. So, what is the difference between free and professional?

The free version is fully workable software. It will do most of what the professional version will do, but with limitations.

Premium version has no limitations and is much more powerful. Here is what separates it from the free version:

  • Unlimited number of projects
  • More keyword research results, plus more detailed data.
  • More detailed analysis of SEO competition. Easily see how hard it will be to rank for any keyword.
  • Ability to compare backlinks among multiple websites at once.
  • A new, more powerful Adwords analysis tool.
  • Ability to search for domain availability for multiple keywords simultaneously.
  • No data caps on API calls
  • White label branding of reports

How Novice users benefit from Traffic Travis:

  • Provides a page analysis tool which examines the important on-page SEO parts of a page and returns an SEO “score” for the page, as well as suggestions for improving the page from an SEO perspective.
  • Shows where your site is ranking in the search engines for your important keywords, so you can see at a glance rather than trawling through pages of search engine listings. Traffic Travis will even keep track of your previous positions so you can see whether your site is moving up or down over time.
  • See who is linking to you. Traffic Travis finds your backlinks and displays important information about them including their source and the anchor texts used.
  • See who is linking to your competitors! Traffic Travis can find their backlinks and display the important information about them too. This lets you see where they are focusing their backlinking efforts.
  • All tools are found in the one piece of software, so it’s no longer necessary to find and visit a multitude of websites to analyze a website.

What more experienced users will be able to do:

  • Takes the tedium out of tasks like finding search engine positions, finding backlinks, analyzing keyword density etc. Most experienced users will have found these tools available online on various websites, but Traffic Travis brings these tools and others to the desktop, which saves time hopping around.
  • The ability to store and analyze historical data shows you the bigger trends in a market over time. Is your competitor’s site going up or down in the search rankings? Do these keywords have a high turnover of PPC advertisers, indicating that they might not be very profitable? Which words are your competitors consistently bidding on, and which ones do they drop occasionally?
  • Provides advanced statistics, such as tracking the IP addresses of the backlinks coming into your site (advanced users will be interested in this, as they will want their backlinks to come from a variety of IP addresses). It pools these statistics into one screen so that users can easily see and compare them.
  • Powerful PPC research tools. When you’re paying for your traffic you want to be sure that your campaigns are going to be profitable. Traffic Travis gives you an extremely comprehensive range of data to thoroughly examine a market. Using a keyword list you can see which sites are bidding on certain keywords; whether they continue to bid on these keywords over time; the movement of ads in the search engines over time; an analysis of keywords to see which words attract consistent, stable competition.
  • Project graphs and reports that SEO and PPC professionals can either print or email to their clients.

The key benefit for more experienced users is providing a one-stop-shop for search engine optimization, rather than relying on multiple tools on multiple websites. Being able to easily cross-reference information is also a very important benefit, and allows users to save a considerable amount of time when researching their market and competitors. The PPC tools are so comprehensive and useful that they could easily be released as a separate product (in fact there are already products on the market retailing for up to USD$200).




Jackson Lin – jacksonsmarketingtraining.com

“When I first started internet marketing, I got my hands on a copy of Traffic Travis. Honestly, at the start I just got it because it was a free tool… I really wasn’t expecting much from it.

But I was pleasantly surprised!

I’m glad I did, because it’s one of the most comprehensive keyword research tools around and the best thing is, the trial version is FREE! I now make a full time living and I still use Traffic Travis to this day to help me assess the competitiveness of keywords to rank for. So I highly recommend that you get yourself a copy of it today!”

Web CEO Online

Web CEO Online is a web-based SEO software application that provides you with a comprehensive set of tools for website optimization and promotion. It meets the demand for SEO with all possible consumers – from webmasters and standalone SEOs to large SEO and marketing agencies. Here’s a reference list with links to all of the important Web CEO tools and features.

Visibility Monitoring Tools

  • Rank Checker
  • Web Analytics
  • Buzz Tracking

DIY Features – Checklists

  • All SEO Checklists
  • Keyword Research
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Search Engine Submission

Site Optimization Tools

  • Online Keyword Tool
  • Website Auditor

Professional Features

  • White-labeling & Customization
  • Web-accessed SEO Reports
  • Emailed SEO Reports
  • Web CEO API

How do the online SEO tools work?

For a new site, WebCEO Online is an SEO self-service application that minimizes user efforts. The site optimization and promotion work can be completed in three steps:

1. Selecting an SEO Task List

Currently, we have seven Task lists depending on the website promotion stage that your site is currently in, your site type and the goal you are pursuing. Define the promotion stage you are in and then move to an easy-to-follow SEO checklist for your site’s optimization and promotion. Every task is guided – you’ll see helpful tips on why the task is important and how to perform the task successfully.

2. Completing an SEO Task List / Stage

The Task list refers to the SEO tools required to complete the suggested tasks. The Online Keyword Tool is used to gather up the most appropriate words and phrases for your site’s keyword optimization. Website Audit and SEO Analysis (the Search Engine Optimization Tool) is used to get on-the-page optimization advice. The Search Engine Submission tool submits your site to the major local and specialized search engines, directories, and communities. After you’ve conducted a task, it’s marked as done.

3. Measuring and controlling optimization and promotion results

WebCEO Online opens with an SEO Dashboard that shows the most important metrics characterizing your website performance. You can feel the pulse of your site; you can see if your site’s search engine rankings, backlinks, traffic, integrity and social mentions are in accordance with your best expectations. You can get more detailed information in the SEO Reports that you can generate after loading each of the tool’s pages.

Optimize and promote your site for tons of the most targeted traffic. Monitor your site performance. Improve results.

WebCEO Online combines state-of-the-art search engine tools and reports. You can control your website’s performance, thus getting the answer to the question “Is your site performing well?” You can use SEO checklists and tools to optimize your site for search engines and human visitors, and promote your site in social media; thus getting the answer to the question “What else I can do to make my site even more successful?”


Google has a new search algorithm, the system it uses to sort through all the information it has when you search and come back with answers. It’s called “Hummingbird” and below, what we know about it so far. To make sure you don’t get down into panic and plan your SEO strategy wisely, we’ve put up this short guide to explain what Hummingbird update is, how it affects your rankings and how to adapt your SEO strategy to benefit from the changes.

Google revealed some new features and ended the post with this:

We’ll keep improving Google Search so it does a little bit more of the hard work for you. This means giving you the best possible answers, making it easy to have a conversation and helping out before you even have to ask. Hopefully, we’ll save you a few minutes of hassle each day. So keep asking Google tougher questions—it keeps us on our toes! After all, we’re just getting started.

What Does Google’s Hummingbird Update Mean For Your SEO Efforts?

No, SEO is not yet again dead. In fact, Google’s saying there’s nothing new or different SEOs or publishers need to worry about. Guidance remains the same, it says: have original, high-quality content. Signals that have been important in the past remain important; Hummingbird just allows Google to process them in new and hopefully better ways. Nothing has changed. If you have original, high-quality content, and you have high-quality and relevant websites linking to your own website, then your website is still going to rank well. If anything, your website’s rankings will improve just as they should have after the Penguin and Panda updates rolled out.

What type of “new” search activity does Hummingbird help?

Conversational search” is one of the biggest examples Google gave. People, when speaking searches, may find it more useful to have a conversation.

“What’s the closest place to buy the iPhone 5s to my home?” A traditional search engine might focus on finding matches for words — finding a page that says “buy” and “iPhone 5s,” for example. Hummingbird should better focus on the meaning behind the words. It may better understand the actual location of your home, if you’ve shared that with Google. It might understand that “place” means you want a brick-and-mortar store. It might get that “iPhone 5s” is a particular type of electronic device carried by certain stores. Knowing all these meanings may help Google go beyond just finding pages with matching words. In particular, Google said that Hummingbird is paying more attention to each word in a query, ensuring that the whole query — the whole sentence or conversation or meaning — is taken into account, rather than particular words. The goal is that pages matching the meaning do better, rather than pages matching just a few words.

Unique Content versus Useful Content

While unique content is more of a Google Panda related thing, useful content although Panda, is maybe more Hummingbird. Google understands searchers queries differently with Hummingbird than they did before. So how can the search results not change. How can you as a webmaster change your content to make it more useful, while it still being unique, to encourage Google to show your site over your competitors.

WebmasterWorld moderator, Robert Charlton, explained it so incredibly well:

It’s no longer just a single page and its title satisfying a query… It becomes a whole site satisfying a range of users. With that kind of scope, the individual referrers are both less easy to specify and less determined by the landing page itself. Actually, not so different from what some of us have been preaching.

Don’t optimize for keywords, optimize for a satisfied customer from stage one of the buying cycle to the end. Is it that easy? What if you don’t offer all the stages? Well, I assume that is not exactly the point. The key to making the right decisions about SEO is to understand where Google is going. Google’s goal is that when someone creates a new search, what Google shows that person is exactly what the person wants or needs. We’ve all had the experience of searching on Google and seeing websites come up that obviously aren’t what we want. We don’t even need to click on the link to figure that out, because what Google shows us is enough.


Hummingbird (Photo credit: AnnCam)

So, how does this work? What is the process involved? In a nutshell, Google needs to understand the user queries. They take the query, leverage grammatical structure and boil the query down to one of these forms. They leverage user intent (and various other implicit signals to assist with determining this intent). They can then determine which form to map to.

In short, a simplified version of the process is approximately as follows, and this process may well change or be altered by leveraging machine learning. I would state this merely as an educated guess:

  • Parse the grammar of the query
  • Identity the form from the user intent
  • Identify entity(s) involved
  • Attribute synonyms
  • Qualify what the user is looking for (refined intent)
  • Determine what entities to retrieve
  • Determine what properties those entities have
  • Determine what to show the user in a meaningful way (the latter of which is device-dependent and needs to be attractive and engaging to the user)

Leveraging context and other implicit factors to understand the query is clearly critical, as understanding user intent is paramount for correct disambiguation and relevant synonym expansion throughout.

Google’s goal is clearly to expand on the number of forms and types of forms they can handle. And Google, as I have stated many times, is a master at big data. Google is merely taking older technology and making it work at scale. They can add new forms based on the combination ofsearch volume (for queries from incoming sources, namely user demand) and lowest-hanging fruit (best bang for the buck, the latter being from a computational cost as well as the possible Question Space they can cover). And so, they keep adding to the types of questions that Google can answer.

Authority is what works!

When you’re looking to influence people and build a powerful business online, authority is the way to go. People respect other people who have authority, expertise, and impressive credentials just like they respect people in lab coats
and police uniforms.
And they respect authority even more when you demonstrate it rather than simply claim it. More on that in a minute.
Simply put, authority makes you more important in the eyes of others … someone who should be listened to and treated better. And it’s not just people who operate this way.

Google loves authority too!

If you’ve been around the online marketing scene for a while, you may be familiar with the paradox of search engine optimization (SEO). SEO is the art and science of ranking high in the search engines (mostly Google) for the
words people are using to find what you have to offer.
It boils down to this:
If people think you’re important, so will Google.
This perplexes many webmasters and online marketers, since they wonder how people will consider them important when people use search engines to find things online in the first place. How are you important if you’re invisible in
the search engines to start with?
And how does Google know people think you’re important anyway?

For one, they know because people link to you, and Google follows those links to index and rank web pages. And thanks to services such as the Google Toolbar, Analytics, Feedburner, Google Reader, Gmail and others that keep
you logged-in to your Google account, the Big G has an enormous amount of usage data that shows what people actually spend time doing online.

In order to get the power to influence or command thought, opinion, or behavior online, you need to become an authority that others cite (link to) in their online content. Which means, of course, you need a content-rich website
that demonstrates your authority in the first place.
Your content actually demonstrates your expertise, compared with a website or bio page that claims expertise. This is a crucial distinction, because it truly levels the playing field and allows anyone to come along and build authority
that outpaces even recognized and credentialed experts in a particular niche.

The 10 Rules for Building Authority Websites

1. The Winning Difference

The winning difference has been a critical concept way before the web came along. And it’s been called a lot of different things over time in various contexts: a unique selling proposition; your position in people’s minds. There are a lot of ways to differentiate yourself, but no matter how you do it, it’s absolutely essential to building an authority website. In many ways, it’s how unique your content is that sets you apart, and that’s why the winning difference is rule number one … and why all of the following rules support it one way or another.

2. Don’t Sell… Teach

Many people think the main barrier to online marketing success is a lack of traffic. But it’s really a lack of trust. People love to buy stuff, but they hate to feel sold. So despite the fact that you’re building a website that will build your business, you need to concentrate on delivering value that builds authority. Educational, tutorial-style content works online. It attracts links, it brings  traffic, it builds trust, and it causes you to rank for relevant keyword-phrases in search engines. And all the while, you’re decreasing sales resistance, because after all … what is effective selling?

Selling is simply educating people about the benefits of doing business with you.

3. Cornerstone Content

A cornerstone is something that is basic, essential, indispensable, and the chief foundation upon which something is constructed or developed. Cornerstone content reveals what people need to know to make use of your site and do
business with you.
Beyond that, your cornerstone content should naturally rank for your most important keyword phrase (it’s what your site is about, right?). But to attract the links you need, your cornerstone content must not only be strategic—it
must provide off-the-hook value.
Think about it this way: Imagine your ideal customer or client calls you on the phone. She’s got money and a problem, and you’ve got the solution. What would you tell her?

4. Headlines and Hooks

The process of building authority involves a constant battle for attention.
When you’re an unknown just starting out, it can be tough. But when you’re well established, you’re often competing even for the attention of the faithful.
Let’s face it … it’s noisy out there.
Your headline (or the title of your content) is what determines whether or not your effort even gets a chance. Think about this: On average, 8 out of 10 people will read the headline, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest. Improve
the odds with a killer headline.
A hook is the angle or the attractor that gets people interested in your content, no matter how dry the subject matter. It could be a great analogy, a pop culture reference, a historical intersection … whatever. It’s just got to be intriguing. Your hook not only helps you write a killer headline, it also keeps people glued to your content and more inclined to spread the word.

5. Win Friends to Influence People

It all goes back to that basic truth about building authority: What others say about you is more important than what you say about yourself.
So, make friends with influential people in your niche or industry who can vouch for you and your content. Make friends with social media power users who can promote your content on Twitter and Facebook. Once that happens, your own readers, followers, and friends will start doing the same, and the benefits of authority get truly sweet.

6. The Money’s in The List

“The money’s in the list” is an old saying from the direct mail industry. If the mailing list is dead on target, even uninspired copy sells. If you send a brilliant promotion to a bad list, it still bombs.
Online, buying a “list” of subscribers and followers is stupid … it simply has no value. But putting out great content for “hits” and page views alone may be even sillier.
The point is to get relevant visitors to your site to request updates every time you publish … whether by email, RSS, or carrier pigeon (okay, maybe not the pigeon). Getting people to opt-in and pay attention to you over time is the key
to building authority … and to selling them something in the future.

7. SEO Matters

Search engine optimization is not that hard!

The only mystery is why some online marketers neglect SEO. Some seem to think it’s somehow bad because it’s “gaming Google,” which is obviously in violation of local statutes, common decency, and the Geneva Convention.
It’s not. In fact, everything in this report is exactly what Google wants you to do. And if you’re doing the stuff revealed in this report, Google wants you to rank well. But you won’t rank well if you ignore SEO, and some jerk with shoddy content and a basic understanding of SEO will. And we can’t have that, can we?

8. Code Google Loves

One thing some people who get basic SEO miss is the quality of website code. You can do everything else right, and still lose to other sites because of jumbled, poorly constructed HTML.
You’ll hear time and again that WordPress is the best way to build a site (whether you call it a blog or not), and that it’s extremely SEO friendly. And that’s true (with a few tweaks). But many of the free themes (designs) for WordPress destroy that search-friendly start with sloppy code.

9. Design Make The Site

They say “clothes make the man,” and that’s because human psychology favors and trusts pleasing packaging. The same applies to the way you dress up your content with site design. Don’t be sloppy.

10. Tend Your Tribe

When you become an authority figure, what you really become is a leader. And leadership involves great responsibility, because it involves great power.

Remember: Authority is powerful stuff. Authority can be abused and it can definitely corrupt … but it can also build trust, admiration, andrespect. Treat your tribe well, and authority will serve you well.

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English: a chart to describe the search engine market (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

How Can You Best Make Use Of Twitter?


Twitter is becoming more and more of a great marketing tool. Now is the time to start building your presence on Twitter and positioning yourself for all the opportunities yet to come. To help you get started on Twitter, here is another great resource you can benefit from.


twitter logo map 09

twitter logo map 09 (Photo credit: The Next Web)


There are a few important factors you must consider before starting your Twitter marketing campaign. You need to ask yourself two questions:
1. What do you want to accomplish? Set yourself a goal before you start a Twitter account. Know your niche and know what you want to provide them with. Will you alert them to great new products? Will you help them solve problems? Will you invite them to your newsletter? Will you answer their questions?
2. Are your customers on Twitter? If a large segment of your prospects and customers are on Twitter (and there are members of a large variety of niches using Twitter) then Twitter will give you a no-cost avenue for getting your message in front of your target prospects and existing customers.


Naming Your Twitter Account


When you are ready to open your business Twitter account (as opposed to your personal, chatting with friends account) take some time to consider your account username. Unless you have an established business name, try getting a username that matches your niche, as this will help others find your Twitter.


Tweeting For Presence


You’ll need to supply your followers with good, informative tweets. You need to establish yourself as someone who is worth following and – more importantly – someone worth listening to. By getting your followers listening to you, you’ll increase their response when you market to them.
Never overdo your promotional tweets. Instead, supply your followers with interesting or helpful niche-related tweets. Provide some fun, but related, tweets. Provide some news.
Provide some helpful information. Then, slip in the occasional promotion (something helpful or expected because of what you’ve already been tweeting).


Managing Your Twitter For Effective Marketing


To build your presence and ensure you are getting your message in front of your target market, you need to send out a good number of tweets at regular intervals during the day.
Remember, those who follow you see only glimpses of an everchanging stream of tweets – tweets from all the other Twitter users they are following.
Notice below, the most remarkable are the ones that tweet a few tweets in succession – keeping their face (or avatar) in front of Twitter followers.


Obviously, to keep constantly tweeting is not time efficient. You could easily lose a lot of productive time if you spent too much time on Twitter. The best strategy is to set up a system to automatically drip-feed a series of pre- written tweets.


Twitter Tree

Twitter Tree (Photo credit: pandemia)


Keyword research is one among the most important, valuable, and high return activities within the search promoting field. Ranking for the “right” keywords can build or break your web site. Through the detection of puzzling out your market’s keyword demand, you not solely learn that terms and phrases to focus on with SEO, however additionally learn more regarding your customers as a full. it’s not continuously regarding obtaining visitors to your site, however about obtaining the right quite visitors. The usefulness of this intelligence can not be overstated – with keyword research you can predict shifts in demand, reply to dynamical market conditions, and turn out the products, services, and content that internet searchers are already actively seeking. within the history of promoting, there has never been such a low barrier to entry in understanding the motivations of consumers in nearly every niche.


Where will we get all of this information concerning keyword demand and keyword referrals? From research sources like these listed here:

  • Google Adwords’ Keyword Tool
  • Google Insights for Search
  • Google Trends Keyword Demand Prediction
  • Microsoft Advertising Intelligence
  • Wordtracker’s Free Basic Keyword Demand

Google’s AdWords Keyword tool could be a common place to begin for SEO keyword analysis. It not solely suggests keywords and provides calculable search volume, however also predicts the cost of running paid campaigns for these terms. to determine volume for a specific keyword, make certain to line the Match kind to [Exact] and look beneath local Monthly Searches. keep in mind that these represent total searches. counting on your ranking and click-through rate, the actual number of tourists you deliver the goods for these keywords will sometimes be abundant lower.

Other sources for keyword info exist, as do tools with additional advanced knowledge.

English: Effective keyword competitive analysis

English: Effective keyword competitive analysis (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Why to research keywords?

Keyword research may be a vitally important side of your program improvement campaign. If your site is targeting the wrong keywords, the search engines and your customers may never find you, resulting in lost dollars and insignificant rankings. By targeting the incorrect keywords, you not only place valuable advertising bucks at risk, you’re also throwing away all the time and energy you set into obtaining your site to rank for those terms to begin with. If you want to stay competitive, you can’t afford to do that. Selecting the right SEO keywords can help your content dominate Google search results. Using extremely targeted content containing specific SEO keywords is the best way to drive massive volumes of qualified, organic search traffic. Be warned although, about to the highest spot in Google search results isn’t simple, and depends a lot of on top quality content than top quality SEO.

Principles of PageRank

Principles of PageRank (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Google continues its battle against blackhat SEO! Also, the incentive will be sent to those who naturally build links, as well as those that are advertised naturally. It is expected to be towards the top break all those who build authorithy sites, as well as those that have quality content and effects on social bookmarking sites.

This gives us reassurance that Google and Searchers are looking for three things 1) UX Excellence , 2) Content that delights the targeted customer, 3) Overall Coherence in Internet Marketing.

In terms of what you should be working on, Google try to make sure that is pretty constant and uniform. Try to make sure you make a great site that users love, that they’ll want to tell their friends about, bookmark, come back to, visit over and over again,  all the things that make a site compelling. Google try to make sure that if that’s your goal, they are aligned with that goal, and therefore, as long as you’re working hard for users, they were working hard to try to show your high quality content to users as well.

Paying for posting links and advertisements to a deterioration of the site will be penalized or even subtracting PageRank.

So again, if someone pays for coverage or pays for an ad or something like that, those ads should not flow PageRank.

Now there’s nothing wrong inherently with advertorials or native advertising, but they should not flow PageRank and there should be clear and conspicuous disclosure so that users realize that something is paid, not organic or editorial.

It is very obvious that our expected new penguin update.

So if you’re doing high quality content whenever you’re doing SEO this shouldn’t be some big surprise you shouldn’t have to worry about a lot of different changes. If you’ve been hanging out on a lot black hat forums and trading different types of spamming package tips and that sort of stuff then it might be a more eventful summer for you.

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Before you can even begin to optimize your web site for search engines,you need to have a search engine optimization plan in place.This will help you create SEO goals and keep those goals in focus as the purpose of your site changes, and as the methods for search engine optimization change — and they will change.

Once you’ve started SEO, if you plan to continue using it, you’ll need to constantly monitor and update your SEO plan, strategies, and activities. There was a time when the only thing you had to worry about was which keywords or links would be most effective for getting your site ranked high in relevant search results. Today, very few search engines focus on a single aspect of search engine optimization. This means that over time those who focused only on keywords or
only on links have found themselves with diminished SEO effectiveness.

Using the SEO plan, you can quickly and easily tell where you are and where you need to be with your search engine optimization efforts.

Understanding Why You Need SEO

SEO is the science of customizing elements of your web site to achieve the best possible search engine ranking. That’s really all there is to search engine optimization. But as simple as it sounds, don’t let it fool you. Both internal and external elements of the site affect the way it’s ranked in any given search engine, so all of these elements should be taken into consideration. Good SEO can be very difficult to achieve, and great SEO seems pretty well impossible at times.

But why is search engine optimization so important? Think of it this way. If you’re standing in a crowd of a few thousand people and someone is looking for you, how will they find you? In a crowd that size, everyone blends together.

Your web site is much like that one person in the huge crowd. In the larger picture your site is nearly invisible, even to the search engines that send crawlers out to catalog the Web. To get your site noticed, even by the crawlers, certain elements must stand out. And that’s why you need search engine optimization.

To achieve a high position in search results, your site must be more than simply recognizable by a search engine crawler. It must satisfy a set of criteria that not only gets the site cataloged, but can also get it cataloged above most (if not all) of the other sites that fall into that category or topic.
Some of the criteria by which a search engine crawler determines the rank your site should have in
a set of results include: 

These criteria are also different in importance. For some search engines, links are more important than site maturity, and for others, links have little importance. These weights and measures are constantly changing, so even trying to guess what is most important at any given time is a pointless exercise.Just as you figure it out, the criteria will shift or change completely.

new backlinks strategy


Most of your links will be valued as people discover content on your site or read your blog. Google still supports your promotion until you feel that you are cheating and Google understands that you’d like to let others know about the hard work you’ve put into your content. To effectively promote your content, it is important to connect with people who are interested in your articles. Effectively promoting your new content will lead to faster discovery by those who are interested in the same subject.

Be unique and recognizable

A blog post on your own site letting your visitor base know that you added something new is a great way to get the word out about new content or services.

Write more, but I try to write only when you really have something to say, not just to write. Adapt your writing to people and not for search engines. Pay attention to grammar and try to write a cohesive content that will be helpful to your readers.

Putting effort into the offline promotion of your company or site can also be rewarding. For example, if you have a business site, make sure its URL is listed on your business cards, letterhead, posters, etc. You could also send out recurring newsletters to clients through the mail letting them know about new content on the company’s website.

If you run a local business, adding its information to Google Places will help you reach customers on Google Maps and web search.


Get to know as much as possible with social media sites because they are very useful for grouping people with similar interests. Nowadays there are so many opportunities for promotion through social media sites, and one of the biggest advantages is that it is all for free. With the proper use of social media, you can get free publicity or advertisement for very little money.

Chances are, there are a number of sites that cover topic areas similar to yours. Opening up communication with these sites is usually beneficial. Hot topics in your niche or community could spark additional ideas for content or building a good community resource.

Avoid spamming, ie.do not  publish your links on sites that are outside of your topic. Also, do not buy links from other sites, as they will not lead to an increase of  traffic.

20 Free Places to Promote Your Website Online

Social media bookmarking

Sites that help readers to bookmark favorite sites, links and news articles are a great way to spread information about your latest blog post and gain quality backlinks.

  1. Del.icio.us
  2. StumbleUpon
  3. Digg
  4. Reddit
  5. Pinterest

Online directories

Submitting your website to popular online directories can help you gain more visibility through targeted searches and increase your website search engine ranking.

  1. Google Local
  2. Yahoo Local
  3. Bing Business Portal
  4. DMOZ
  5. Merchant Circle

Press releases

If you recently introduced a new product or service, writing and submitting a free press release can help generate a bit of buzz about it. In addition, if your press release has links back to your website, it can be an excellent source of search engine juice.

  1. PRLog
  2. Free Press Release
  3. 24-7 PressRelease
  4. 1888PressRelease
  5. PR-Inside (European-based distribution)

This is of course not all choices for promoting your site because there are a bunch of similar sites, but the fact that these are the most popular and most valuable sites for this purpose. If you have any questions regarding this subject, feel free to ask.

Free Backlinks

An interesting way of building backlinks is to post DoFollow forums. You need to register, create your signature in the form of the address of your site or page you want to link. Here is a list DoFollow forums that allow signatures leaving, after a certain number of posts or time spent on the forum. In any case, the backlink from the forum are still very valid and useful way of building backlinks. P. S. just leave posts in forums that are related to your site, otherwise your posts will be marked as spam.

Dofollow Forums Page Rank 9

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This  question raises almost every beginner, intermediate, and those who are not sure of what the right measures for building backlinks to your site.

If your site is new then it is very important not to overdo the number of backlinks at the start when Google still can not believe your site.

All you have to do gradually, in order for Google to look as natural as possible. Also, it is important to use different methods of linking to not become suspicious.

For example, if the first 5 days only rocked links from forum profiles and signatures, and to a large extent, this could  be very suspicious and risk to Google penalized your site.

Be sure to keep an eye on this from the start, as this site is new and while you are in the process of building a reputation in the eyes of Google. The goal of everyone who works on site optimization is to Google  just loves and adores your site. If you want your love and well ranked, you can not cheat Google, but the head of optimization and backlinking work as natural as possible, gradually, and with different methods. 


So, how many backlinks you build, you decide for yourself.

There is a certain number of each site for the story itself, but there are some general numbers that can be the guiding star when you start optimizing your site.

When you create a website or blog, set up only on page optimization, post, 1-2 post, index site and let it sit for 2-5 days.

Already after a few days you can slowly begin linkbuilding.
The first 5 days you can build for example the 10-15 links a day. Google will not be all that backlink to index all of a sudden, some of the following day, and some only after a month.

The next 10 days you can slowly increase the amount and strength of the backlinks built. So the 10-15 can figure slowly increase to 30-40 per day.

Then, in the last 15 days of the first month, the number of backlinks can increase up to 70-80 backlinks a day with no problems. Of course, try to build on those links as many different ways as possible.

After the first month linkbuilding lighter, but you can slowly begin more serious and involved building backlinks.

Daily approximate number could be as high as 100-150 exchange also different methods.
After 3-4 months of active and intelligent work on creating backlinks through various methods but should be seen very nice results.

After this period does not need to stop with the building of backlinks, but if you are satisfied with the achieved position, to manage the site and at least build some backlinks a day, and keep it in” active” for that matter.

So will Google make it clear that it was not in the one-off SEO spam campaign to achieve something and after it ceased to exist, and in this way you will prevent someone else to go with linkbuilding campaign and will soon overtake. Therefore, make your site stronger and stronger , because you never know what someone is planning.

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