Posts Tagged ‘Two Kinds’

Search Engine Optimization – Off Page – Part1

February 27th, 2013 No comments

Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is a science of sorts that will enable you to ensure a very prominent position for your website in the search engines results pages (SERPs). And since 80% of your traffic would come from the search engines, SEO methods take on a critical importance in the success of your online endeavor. Many website owners just put up a website and add content an call it a day. They than wonder why, they never have any consistant traffic comming to their website. Let`s tak about SEO. There are two kinds of SEO, on page and off page.

This article will tackle the latter.
Off page SEO is all about the things you could to get a high page rank (PR) for your website after it has already gone live. These are the things which you actually execute outside the pages of your website, hence the name of this type of SEO Optimization.

What are these steps?
Well, all of them are concerned with building your link popularity. Your link popularity represents the number of back links your website has. To check you websites current link popularity, head over to and use the free tool that can be found there. The higher your link popularity, the higher your PR will be.

Building your link popularity involves increasing the number of websites that will link to yours. This is easier said than done. It is not a matter of getting reciprocal links like “you link to mine and I will link to yours.” Google, in particular, despise reciprocal linking. You have to get unilateral or one way links to your website.

The best way to do this is by ensuring that you have unique, highly informative content. Really, this is the number one strategy to invite websites to link to yours. But your content in the realm of on page SEO, and it is assumed that you have made all efforts to ensure great content. Makes perfect sense right? Write good content and people will like you for it.

What are the other ways by which you could build your link popularity? Try the following techniques:

* Article marketing. There are thousands of article directories on the Internet. You could submit articles to these websites. For every submission, you will be allotted a resource box where you can introduce yourself and share a link to your website. Now, some of these article directories have high page ranks. If your articles are accepted, they will be included in their pages. Having a website with high PR linking to yours would go a long way in increasing your own page rank. Additionally, if you will submit just one article to a thousand directories, you would have a thousand pages linking to your website! Sounds like a daunting task? There are article directory submission services available such as Isnare and Article Marketer. They make the whole process so much easier. For a small investment, they will submit your articles to 100`s of directories and more.

* Forum marketing. There are online communities dedicated to the audience that your website is serving. Seek them out, then join them. You will be allotted a signature box, which would appear in every post. In your signature box or “sig file”, you will leave a link to your website. Then post as many significant messages as you could. For every post you make, you will have a page linking to your website.

* About using anchor text. This is vital if you are targeting specific keywords and phrases to be found for in the search engines.

Format all of your keywords into active links.
Your link becomes active for those keywords and the search engines like that. Try to change up your anchored link text frequently so the Search Engines view it as a natural process.

* Advertise at . Now here is a novel strategy. The website is a well known classifieds website with a PR7 score. A PR7 score is rarely high! To have a link in a website like this would give a tremendous boost to your own website. Simply go to that site and choose the category that your pages belong to, then post your advertisement, with your link of course. It does not matter that no one would get to read it. What matters is that the search engine spiders would find your website as they would come from a PR7 site.

* Look for partners who are willing to include your list in their pages. The easiest way to do this is to use the free tool at

* Try triangular linking. Google despises reciprocal linking, but triangular linking is one way of going around this limitation. Look for two or more webmasters who are willing to give it a shot. Webmaster A could post a link to Webmaster B`s website in his own pages. Webmaster B can post a link to Webmaster C`s website in his own pages. And webmaster C can post a link to Webmaster A`s website in his own pages.

LinkMetro, LinkMarket and EzLink System are great free resources for finding literally 1000`s of link partners. Go ahead and check them out.

Chris Peterson

Blogging: Choosing the Right Tools

June 4th, 2012 No comments

In blogging, using the correct blog software tools can help you manage the goings-on of your blog. When it comes to publishing your blog content, there are two kinds of blog software tools that you can use, such as: the server-based tools and the client-based tools. Both of them have their own advantages and disadvantages and it is up to you to choose the one that is right for your blog.

The Client-based Tools

One of the two blog software tools that you can choose from is the client-based tools. These tools’ purpose is to aid you with publishing your blog and they are normally installed on your computer and also run from there. Additionally, client-based tools are also categorized as small blogs that are able to run from your hard drive.

Client-based tools also have text editors that allow you to perform word processing applications from your own computer. Thus, a text blog editor enables you to create and publish your own content at the comfort of your own desktop.

Obviously, the first advantage of using client-based tools, like the text editor, is convenience. Most bloggers choose to publish their work with a desktop tool rather than a Web browser, which entails logging into the blog software’s control panel and accessing the Web-based text editor.

Additionally, client-based tools can be managed either locally or remotely. Such tools can allow you to manage and edit your posts remotely. More so, the content of your blog can also be managed locally by saving drafts to a local computer. These can be very beneficial to those with limited Internet connection since accessing and managing the content of your blog remotely and locally can be done without the need of being connected to the Internet.

Lastly, you can manage multiple blogs through the use of client-based tools. If by any chance you are publishing more than one blog, it might be easier if you consider using a blog editor. The blog editor can be easily configured to manage all your blogs. You only have to enter the same information that you use to log in into your server tool combined with the particular kind of server software you are using and the blog editor can save that information in its configuration.

The Server-based Tools

Another kind of blog software tool that you can choose from is the server-based tools. There are two varieties of such tools: blog hosting service provider tools and server-based publishing tools.

The first variety is automatically provided by your blog hosting service provider. Hosted blog software tools are very easy to use and you do not have to install any software or manage any configuration too difficult to comprehend. These kinds of tools can help you focus on publishing your content.

With the use of hosted software tools, you are also provided with an assortment of design templates. These can help you in choosing the desired layout that suits your blog. More so, the layouts can be easily customized, including the fonts, columns, colors, etc.

On the other hand, publishing tools you install on the server has the advantage of giving you the level of customization and control you need over the configuration settings. Through the use of these kinds of server-based tools, you can decide how much storage space you allocate, extend the features of your blog through plug-ins or add-ins and make custom layouts and pages.

Nicholas Tan