Advanced Search Engine Optimization Techniques

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Everyone who has a website wants to be listed in Google and for good reason. Google is by far the most popular search engine available that's used by millions of people all over the world. It is the doorway that stands between you and thousands of potential visitors to your site. And isn't that the entire reason you have a web site anyhow? So that people will come to you for your product or service and buy from you? This can feel quite daunting for someone who has just put up a brand new website and has little to no visitors at all. But there are ways that you can gain some of this Google traffic by following some of the advice listed here.

If you're relatively new to getting your site listed in Google, you may not know that there is a right way to go about it and a wrong way to go about it. Let's take a look at probably the biggest misconception online today about how to get your site listed in Google.

First, Google provides a specific web address where you can enter in your web site in order to get included in Google's index. The big issue with this is that your site is behind thousands and thousands of other sites just waiting for Google to visit them. And once Google finally gets to your site, if ever, the odds are you aren't going to show up anywhere near the top of the search engine results pages. Sure, Google provides this feature, as does Yahoo! and other search engines as well but there is a far better way to get listed in Google.

By far, the easiest way to get noticed by Google is to have your website listed on another site that is already in Google's index. The more popular that site is, the better.

Now you might be thinking, especially if your site is brand new, who in the world will want to link to me? And your right to ask that question because more often than not a site that's already listed in the top 10 of Google for a certain keyword or phrase, isn't going to want to link to someone who is relatively unknown. The best way to go about getting a link to your site quickly is to visit some discussion forums on your topic of interest.

So let's say your site is about gardening. Visit some forums that talk about gardening and create a profile that has your web site address in your signature. Then, answer some questions in the forum about topics you're familiar with, and ask some questions as well. Each time you answer or ask a question, your site will show up in your signature tag, and thus be found by Google.

Additionally, you can write articles and submit them to article directories. If you've been searching around the internet for some time looking for ways to get your site into Google, you no doubt have run across this method. If you're relatively new to article writing, this might feel like a pretty difficult task. If you feel like you can't write an article for yourself, then hire someone to do it for you. The key to writing articles that link back to your site is to first write on the same topic as your website, second, be sure that you include a link back to your site within your author's bio and lastly and probably the most important, do not stop at one or even five articles. If possible, write an article a day, and if you can't do that, then write an article a week. Continue to do this and continue to submit these articles to article directories and not only will you get indexed by Google quicker, you'll also be receiving a very decent amount of traffic to boot!


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    One can also try BlogCytes Blog Advertising to get a better place in google. Not only that blog advertising gets you good traffic from the blogs that feature you.

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