Using Link Directories to Increase Google PR

What is a link directory?
Here’s what DMOZ, the popular “Open Directory Project” has to say about what they do: The Open Directory Project is a web directory of Internet resources. A web directory is something akin to a massive reference library. The directory is hierarchically arranged by subject – from broad to specific. The ODP is maintained by community editors who evaluate sites for inclusion in the directory. They are our experts, and all submissions are subject to editor evaluation. In essence, directories are yet another meaningful resource for web users to hopefully find the information they seek. DMOZ and Yahoo! Directories are the most popular. Directories have human editors that decide which submission will …

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Automated Linking Software – The Cons Outweigh the Pros

Decide for yourself if using automated linking software is worth the cost; in terms of money and search engine rankings.
Con: You don’t have much control over where your links will be placed unless you manually approve each placement. But then, that’s the point of automating the process, so you don’t have to perform manual approvals.
Pro: It’s easy. Let’s be honest “1 million backlinks in days” is tempting. You can set and forget.
Con: It violates your natural linking profile. When you submit hundreds, or thousands, of links simultaneously, what do you think search engines do? They cringe. There’s no way a human can submit thousands of links in a day or even few days.
Pro: It’s inexpensive. …

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AdSense and Google has Changed the Internet

With Google’s master idea of AdSense, the Internet has transformed in many ways no one would have ever suspected. Some of these are good changes others are not.
This is only a small exploration of how this brilliant marketing scheme like AdSense has taken over the Internet by storm. Ever since AdSense has become a daily part of everybody’s online lives, and deals with the changes advertisers and publishers and even website visitors have undergone.
Most of the people were advertising through AdWords before AdSense appeared. It ensured a lot of publicity through getting your website listed at the top in Google search queries. It took away a lot of the pain and price of SEO and …

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Finding Hard one way links

By: doug smith
Reciprocal links are links that you place on your site in return for incoming links to your site. Permanent one way links are much better, and will get your site higher link popularity than reciprocal links. It’s easy to see that there are many advantages in acquiring one way links. One way links are great and you need to get quality links, the only draw back it is not always easy getting quality links. The reason why one way links are so important is that you don’t have to worry about the links from sites that are considered bad neighborhoods, what this means is that since your site does not link to the …

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Google Ranking Secrets

Google is by far the most important search engine on the net. To rise to the top of their search engine, you need to improve your link popularity and you need to understand how they measure your link popularity (over 50% of all search engine traffic comes from Google, and if you can rise to the top, you will likely rise to the top of all the other search engines as well).Link popularity is defined as the number of sites that are linking to your site. Some websites have thousands or even millions of sites linking to them, while others might have only a few. The search engines use the number of inbound links your …

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Reasons To Ignore Toolbar Pagerank Updates

There seems to be this hysteria around Google and its Toolbar updates. Maybe it relates to webmasters and web designers thinking that once Google make this fabled toolbar update that their website will magically jump up in the SERP’s. Well I cannot say this clearly enough but if this is what you believe then you will be sadly disappointed. Google just don’t work this way.
I see many, many articles, posts and blog comments by interested onlookers and self-declared SEO experts about the upcoming, and according to some people, well overdue, toolbar pagerank update. I have one quote I would like to share with you, from Matt Cutts who is one of the head Google Search …

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Link Placements – How Often and How Fast

When you first start submitting articles or links to article and directory sites, you need to make sure that you don’t over do it. Even if you have great content, and your site is 100% legitimate, the speed at which you submit your articles and links can get you filtered out as search engine spam.
Below I’ve outlined a process to effectively and efficiently submit your articles and links and stay on good terms with article and directory site owners.
Before You Submit
Instead of trying to find submission sites on-the-fly, it’s much more efficient to do your homework first. You need to gather your resources, determine where you want to submit, and compile your list.
How you do …

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The Semantic Indexing Project (SEO)

By: Loredana Sargu
Semantic indexing is our name for a family of techniques for searching and organizing large data collections. The goal of semantic indexing is to find patterns in unstructured data (documents without descriptors such as keywords or special tags) and use those patterns to offer more effective search and categorization services.
During the past five years, a team of linguists and computer scientists at NITLE and Middlebury College has developed a prototype Semantic Engine. This prototype was designed to address the universal problem of accessing and organizing large amounts of unstructured digital text. Using mathematical algorithms to index the latent semantic content of documents, the prototype engine has been demonstrated to drastically reduce, if not …

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