Welcome to Part 2 of my Building a Back-Link System
Top Methods Of Building Back‐links # 2
Directory submissions are probably the most popular method of generating back-links in a short amount of time, however there is one thing to keep in mind when using directories to create your campaign.
You want the search engines to see a natural pattern of increased back-links to your website rather than an instant flood of irrelevant links pointing to your website. This is really important if you want to avoid being penalized by search engines like www.Google.com and risk losing your current position in the search results.
The best approach to take when building back-links with directory submissions is to gradually increase the number of links that are featured within each directly. In addition, you also want to choose relevant categories to place your website listing in, using targeted keywords in both your listing title and description.
Posting your website to directories can be a time consuming, tedious process, so to save time you could consider using a software program that will submit your website into the major directories while allowing you to customize the description, titles, keywords and anchor text used within your listings.
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While Directory Submitter will not automate the entire process of submitting your website into the directories, it will reduce the amount of time it takes to create individual submissions.
This is important because with automated software programs that will mass‐submit your website into hundreds, if not thousands of directories, you risk having your website flagged for review by the search engines who see an influx of links pointing to your website in a short amount of time.
With directory submitter, you can choose the number of directories that your website will be submitted to as well as customize additional information regarding your website, giving you full control over the way your site is distributed and submitted.
Directory Submitter also provides you with a detailed listing of directories that you can choose to submit to, and will also help you obtain one‐way links by filtering through directories that offer a “no linkback” system.
In the next post I will be talking about SOCIAL BOOKMARKING BACK‐LINKS, please leave your comments below as always I enjoy your feedback.
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