Rob Cooper

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Technorati Link Train – Great Idea

I found this Link Train idea over on Blue Anvil Web Design Journal and figured it was a fantastic idea.  I’m really into link building strategies in order to attract more readers to my blog and to generate inbound links which then increases page rank (PR).

By doing this, you build you list of technorati favorites and find some great new blogs in the mean time.  If you’re not using technorati to market yourself, your work, or your blog, then get with it. Go to technorati, get an account, register (or claim) your blog and increase your link juice.

Have a look at the instructions below and get posting.
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Here are the rules:

1) Write a short introduction paragraph about what how you found the list and include a link to the blog that referred you to the list.

2) COPY the Rules and ENTIRE List below and post it to your own blog. You may want to change the titles of the blogs to help avoid duplicate content issues, and increase the amount of keywords your site can accessible for.. Just don’t change the actual links to the blogs.

3) Take My New Faves and move them into the The Original Faves list.

4) Add 3 new blogs that you’ve added to your Technorati Favorites to the My New Faves section. Remember to also add the “Fave Me” link next to the blogs you add. (i.e. http://technorati.com/faves?sub=addfavbtn &add=http://www.yourfavesdomain.com)

5) Add Everyone on this list to your Technorati Favorites List by clicking on “Fave This.” Those who want good karma will fave you back. If not, you will for sure get the benefits of faves from the bloggers who continue this list after you.

My New Faves

The Original List

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Increase Website PR With Link Building Strategies

If you’re an internet marketer or just want to improve the amount of links to your website, you’ve probably done a lot of link trading.

Link Exchanges and Link Trading are quite popular and usually a manual process.

The value of reciprocal links vs one way links is still being discussed around the internet marketing community and most say that reciprocal linking is still alive and well.

However, a reciprocal link (I link to you if you link to me) seems to be frowned upon by Google where a one way link is deemed much more valuable.

If you do linking strategies of any sort, your most aware of the amount of work involved in communicating with the website owner, placing your links etc and hopefully requesting triangular linking (You link to my site A from your site A and then I link back to your site A from my site B), hence triangular and one way, but both benefiting.

Well, I am happy to recommend a free link building resource that allows you to automate the entire one-way-link process.

You register your website (must be php or asp) and then install the script.  This is not a directory script, but rather a link building service.

Then you enter a url to your website and the category (so your links are put in relevant topic websites) and your Unique Clickable Text.

The service then begins to place your link on other websites automatically at the rate you specify (1 per day, 2 per day etc, up to 5 per day)

So far, this free link building service is the best thing I’ve seen for promoting your websites and increasing your PR, SEO and traffic

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