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Link Building – Basics of Link Building and 5 Methods III

3)  You can ask others to link to your web site.  One of the easiest ways to do this is to offer to review a product on a similarly-themed website and offer to write a testimonial for their product.  At the end of your testimonial, include your name and a link to your web site.  Most webmasters are more than happy to publish another testimonial for their product, and many will make your link live.  Of course if they do, you have another inbound link.

4)  You can publish materials that include links to your websites.  This is where I excel.  There are a few different ways that you can do this.  You can write articles for online publication and you can write press releases for online publication.  When you write these articles and press releases, you include a link to your web site near the end of the article or press release (most web sites allow you room for a bio of yourself; you can put the link in the bio), and submit them to the various online article directories and press release submission services.

I have written an entire section on article marketing in this book, and I go into detail on exactly what to write, how to write it, and where to submit it for maximum traffic and inbound links.

5)  You can submit your url to the various online web directories.  This is a strategy that takes some time to see results from, but I have found that some of my best inbound links have come from these directory web sites.  Basically you submit your url to a long list of web directories, and over time, they will publish your url as a live inbound link.

Some of them can take as long as 3 – 6 months to publish your link, unless you choose to use their paid option.  I do not recommend using the paid option, as if you do, you will get the links very quickly.  Getting the links quickly may sound like a good thing up front, but remember you don’t want to get too many links each week.   So you really are better off in the long run allowing them to publish your links for free, in their own time.  That way the links will come in slowly and will not raise any red flags with google or the other search engines.

Do you want to learn more about how I do it? I have just completed my brand new guide to article marketing success, ‘Your Article Writing and Promotion Guide‘

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Sean Mize is a full time internet marketer who has written over 1200 articles in print and 9 published ebooks.

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