Posts tagged: Links

Key Steps to Promote Your Website

Preparation for the search engines Choose right keyphrases and optimize web pages according to your key-phrases selection. Well chosen keyphrases and optimized web pages will attract the major search engines and directories to index your site properly and favorably. Link Exchange Establish plenty of quality, relevant links to your site. Link popularity is an important factor in the ranking algorithm of search engines such as Google. Approach websites in your industry (indirect competitors, suppliers or vendors) and ask for a link, or offer to exchange links. Goggle will find your site before you submit yours if you have strong link popularity from the ...

How to Build Incoming Links

Incoming links from relevant websites bring more traffic and help your website to rank better in search engine result pages. This page provides helpful tips to build relevant links. Reciprocal Links Reciprocal links are arranged through link exchange between two websites. Its effect and value has dropped over the years, but It's still helpful to get links from relevant sites. Press Releases Links Write press release when your company has anything news worthy such as launching new products/service or notable achievement. Submit it through press release networks like PrWeb or PRNewsWire. Article-based Links Distributing well-written articles is an excellent way to help build ...

How to link internally - Optimization of Internal Linking

Internal linking refers to the links pointing to other pages within your site. Its importance has not valued as much as external links. But well-built internal links help your site rankings in search engine result pages (SERPs) as well as provide a good user experience. Also, its great advantage is that you have the entire control of how to manage them. Use these tips to write the most efficient internal links both for your site visitors and the search engines. 1) Make the homepage navigation menu as text links. Images, DHTML, and JavaScript navigation menus look fancy and artsy. ...

Nofollow, rel=nofollow

Nofollow is a kind of HTML attributes that defines hyperlink relationship between the linking page and the linked page. 1. It can be used when you don't want your links to influence the targeted site's rankings by search engines. That is, the destination of that hyperlink won't be given any additional weight or credit in search result rankings. "From now on, when Google sees the attribute (rel="nofollow") on hyperlinks, those links won't get any credit when we rank websites in our search results." Post on Google Blog on 2005-01-18 Not only Google but Yahoo! and MSN Search have agreed to this new hyperlink relationship ...