DoFollow Links Being that search engines are getting smarter than ever, they’re also more able to notice patterns. That includes you creating multiple accounts on free blog or social bookmarking sites, for the sake of gaming backlinks to your own sites. Long gone are the days where Google doesn’t notice that your one bookmarking account happens to have multiple links to multiple websites you own. Do You Deserve Them? To get a quality DoFollow link, your site has to be quality. Building links is best done when others do it for you. Ask, and Ye (Might) Receive Another popular and highly successful method is to contact bloggers or webmasters in your niche and simply ask them for a link. Here’s another idea: search the internet for the keyword you really want to rank for – “antique clocks,” or whatever. This is truly the best way to score a great DoFollow backlink.
Narzędzia SEM | MarketingLab.pl - AdWords Blog - Szkolenia AdWords i Analytics Autor: Przemysław Modrzewski opublikowany:czerwiec 26, 2008. Narzędzia, usługi i programy wspomagające działania marketingu w wyszukiwarkach Podczas działalności e-marketingowej, wielokrotnie korzystamy z różnego rodzaju narzędzi i usług, które pomagają nam w pracy. Postanowiłem rozpocząć tworzenie listy narzędzi, które przydają się pracy każdego e-marketera. Lista poniższa nie ma chronologii ważności. Będę na bieżąco dodawał kolejne propozycje narzędzi, programów i usług, które uznam za warte polecenia. Słowo Mixer Na początku przedstawiam moje narzędzie czyli Słowo Mixer. Pozostałe narzędzia polecane przeze mnie: 1. Przydatne darmowe narzędzie do sprawdzania pozycji danej strony w wyszukiwarce Google na dane słowa kluczowe i frazy. 2. Narzędzie on-line do sprawdzania ile linków przychodzących posiada nasza strona czyli ile stron posiada link kierujący na nasza stronę. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Page Rank meter 8. Policz swój zwrot z inwestycji w kampanie Google Adwords. 9. 10.
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