Backlinks and Search Engine Traffic For Free

How To Get All The Backlinks and Targeted Search Engine Traffic You’ll ever Need

Imagine seeing a stampede of free and highly targeted traffic to your website, every day of every week of every year – week after week, year after year. And by targeted traffic, I mean people looking to buy the very same product or service you are selling via your site.

Building a business based on free search engine traffic can reap massive rewards if you’re able to get a slice of that “targeted traffic” pie, but it takes time, effort (and some money) to get your site listed on the first page of Google.

But there is a short cut if you’re willing to put in a little effort to get things started. Let me explain.

Search engines love links. Ideally one-way links pointing to your site, from themed and authority web sites. The more of these links you have pointing to your site, the better you will fare in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages). But getting links to every new site you build is both time consuming and pretty laborious – unless of course you outsource your link building campaigns.

So you need a system where you can start building links to your new sites virtually immediately, with very little effort and even less investment. So that every time you release a new site, you can start creating links to it right away, and continue to increase link popularity on a regular basis – effortlessly and ideally for free.

If You Build It They Will Come

I’m not talking about a baseball park, or even your brand new website – what I’m referring to is your very own authority backlink network.

Instead of having to outsource link building campaigns for your new sites, or worse still go through the painstaking process your self, wouldn’t it be great if all you had to do was add a link to your new site to each of your high PR authority websites and directories? Instantly, you could have as many themed and high PR incoming links as you need to dominate the first page of the search engines.

By having your own high PR network, you’ll never have to worry about getting backlinks again, and will be able to dominate the first page of the search engines much easier – without having to buy links or pay to outsource your back link campaigns.

To me that makes a of sense – and you’ll have a very valuable asset in your possession, one that continues to grow in value as you continue to feed and nurture it, should you ever decide to sell it.

Over the next week or so I’m going to explain in detail how to start building your own backlink network, and just how easy it can be. But for now, here’s a brief overview of what you are going to need to get started:

  • A bunch of generic domains – one for each authority website you will be building
  • Multiple hosting accounts – these accounts can be low cost reseller hosts to get started. Each hosting account will be used to host one or two domains, no more. So if you want 10 domains, you’ll need 5 different hosts. This gives us access to multiple class C IPs which is paramount to making this system work.
  • Access to good quality content for your authority sites. This can bespoke articles, be re-written PLR articles, or unique articles from places like Unique Article Wizard. The content must be unique or your sites won’t be seen as authoritative by the search engines.

Once you have your own authority site network, you’ll never again have to worry about getting backlinks to your new sites – just start adding links from your authority network and you’ll have the search engine spiders showing up with a matter of hours, and see your site indexed and ranking in the search engines usually with just a few days.

So stay tuned and watch out for part of this series it’ll be online over the next few days. Better yet, register for updates via the RSS feed so you never miss a post.

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