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November 17, 2008


Web Linking – You MUST Do It

by oakhead112

One of the basic building blocks of getting good search engine rankings

is the number and quality of incoming links to your site or blog!

Look what links (& good SEO) has done for for the top search term (keyword)


All Page One positions

The AOL Search Engine…


All Page One positions

The Google Search Engine… San Diego California



All Page One positions

The MSN Search Engine… San Diego California


Look at the incoming links San Diego California

Look at the incoming links on another San Diego above average real estate site:


How many links are pointing to YOUR website?


I would like to make you aware of a totally free award linking program

that could increase your Web site's standing in the major search engines. Plus, it will add important credibility to your site.


Last year Google diminished the ranking value of reciprocal links (i.e., You link to me, I link to you). Good incoming reciprocal links links are still valuable, but triangle one way linking is a new way of linking and is also MUCH more powerful. These one way links are the ones that really count the most in your site's standings.


The idea is that a triangle link looks to the engines as if both sites are receiving a one-way link instead of reciprocal links.

If Site A links to Site B and Site B links to Site C instead of back to Site A, then in theory, both site B and Site C now have a one way link which is often thought of as having more impact these days than a reciprocal.


The problem is that for this to truly work, site A and Site C cannot be seen as affiliated in any way. If Site A and Site C are completely separate (meaning no linking between Site A and Site C, hosted different places, different IPs etc.), then it can work. Otherwise, the engines can detect it pretty easily.

The system uses a method of linking known as 3-way linking. Unlike the traditional one-way link, where only one site benefits, with a 3-way link all 3 sites get what Google sees as a one-way link to their web site.


In the old reciprocal link method, site A linked to site B and site B linked back to site A. Google does not value that kind of link very much at all anymore. Google wants to see one-way links (or at least what it believes are one-way links).

In a 3-way link setup, site A links to site B, site B links to site C, and site C links to site A (as shown in the graphic above). This is where the power of this system lies.



Google sees each link in the 3-way link exchange as a one-way link
and gives it the FULL ranking value of a one-way link.

One-way links and triangle linking, though already quite popular, are much harder to control and acquire, which makes Google happy. The triangle link "ploy" makes links look like one-way links even though "Site A" is returning the favor to "Site B" through "Site C".

Plus, receiving a link from a high ranking site is worth hundreds on links from non-ranking sites.


Our award site is a high ranking (currently Google PR3) and most of our award linking pages are Google PR2!

Rather than placing your site's link on some mass winners page, we keep each of our specific award winners pages totally separate and centered around the award's ( real estate, legal, bloging etc.) theme. This increases the implied value of the link back to your site!

We review each site/blog submitted to ensure it has good content prior to acceptance into the program. This insures high quality of our site and the link back to your site. We reject: spam sites, sites just based on advertising, sex, gambling & any other site we decide (at our sole discretion) to be inappropriate for our program. Our award graphic & required text must be placed on your sites 'index' /home page. After this is done, email us so we can verify the placement & we will place your link in the award winners table & email you an acknowledgement. If you remove or modify our award graphic or it's text, we will remove your link without notice.

*Plus, your site should have a Google Page Rank (PR) of at least 1. If you site has no PR, we cannot accept it. Please re-apply once your site has attained this ranking. We would suggest you immediately invest a little money and time to get better rankings and really reap the benefits of increase visitors and business a well ranked site can generate! Visit: search engine optimization software and get yourself a free trial download of SEO Elite. You'll see the link on our home page, near the bottom of the page.


If you are interested in our revised free Website Award program, click on the link below.


Just fill out & submit the form and we will send you the award.

On this special offer, you may apply for different awards for each of your sites if you wish.

website award program



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4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Some of the ways you can advertise your website and increase traffic are:
    1. Post an article about your website on related blogs and get free back links
    2. Submitting to directories
    3. Free classifieds
    4. Forums

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  2. Jun 14 2009

    Post on blogs, forums, social networking sites, video sites, there are tons of ways. Just throw links to your site all over the place. Sooner or later it will help your search engine ranking and you will get more search engine traffic. Also make sure your site is search engine optimized.

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  3. Jun 14 2009

    I’ve been using some very EZ ideas to get high ranking sites to provide backlinks to my blogs and sites. So far, my Adsense income is up over 25%!

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  4. Build links for other sites to yours! I use an EZ program that finds good sites, send out an email invite to trade links and even builds the link pages.

    Once you have other sites pointing at your site, rankings zoom up! I know, I did it and my Adsense income runs about $25 per day!

    It takes time! But, it really works!
    Also, check out the FREE website award program thru the link below.

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