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How to Get One Way Links (Directories)
There are so many criteria that search engines follow to determine a site’s rank for certain keywords or search phases. One of these includes links to your site. The page rank of your site is directly related to the number of links it has. The more links you have pointed to your site with some variation of key phrases.The better ranking in the search engines you will receive.
There are so many criteria that search engines follow to determine a site's rank for certain keywords or search phases. One of these includes links to your site. The page rank of your site is directly related to the number of links it has. The more links you have pointed to your site with some variation of key phrases.The better ranking in the search engines you will receive. You may not know how to go about getting one way links to your website, but it really is pretty easy. All you need to do is start listing your website in different web directories and before long you will have plenty of links pointing back to your website. This is really important and something you want to focus on because if you do not have links to your site then getting ranked high in the search engines will be difficult. If you can get listed in a web directory that provides search-engine-friendly one-way-links (that is, links that connect directly to your URL), you are essentially acquiring a "vote" to your site, and therefore improving your site's authority in the eyes of Google, Yahoo and other major engines. One way links and search engine rankings have a great cause and effect relationship. Think of it as a business referral system. The business with the more referrals is most popular and hence, search engines rank them higher. The reason behind it, as many put it, is that the more links you have, higher are the chances of a visitor coming to your site through these links! There are thousands upon thousands of Internet directories where you can list your site. Some will charge for submission, and the price will vary, from as little a few dollars, to as much as hundreds. Some will accept your site right away, and others will need to review it, to ensure the integrity of their database. Before submitting to any web directory, check to make sure the directory is not banned by Google. Here's a site, where you can type in the URL of the web directory and find out if it's banned right away: http://123promotion.co.uk/tools/googlebanned.phpIf you don't want to spend a lot of time searching for, picking and choosing directories checkout these two pages. http://www.mainsearches.com/Computers_and_Internet/Web_Directories/ and http://www.eliteweb.cc/directory/internet/web_directories. Using third party services to submit your Site.You can use an inexpensive service like Feed Shot to submit your site to some of the major blog directories. They no longer offer a free service.Or try a hand submission service like http://submit2please.com/. Who will submit your site to 500 directories for $99.95.