I’m back to blog hopping again! If you haven’t come across the term before it simply means blog commenting. You leave comments on other blogs as a way to get backlinks and traffic to your blog. Alex Jeffreys called it Oil Rig Hopping.
I must admit that although I tried to do it regularly when I first started this blog I have fallen by the wayside recently. I found it and still do quite difficult to find blogs with up to date, frequent posts that attracted traffic in this making money online niche. You can tell if they get a reasonable amount of traffic and if they are popular by the number of comments they get.
Alison Rothwell became an expert in SEO simply because she needed customers for her new online store. When she left her corporate job to set up an online business and no one was buying her products she was determined to find out why.
She resolved to learn all she could about internet marketing and search engine optimization and eventually got her site to the first page of Google for her keywords much to the dismay of others who had older and more established sites.
Other webmasters noticed her and asked for her help. Now she teaches others all about SEO. In this article Alison explains how to improve your Google Page Rank.
5 Killer Tips to Improve Your Google Page Rank
Improving your Google Page Rank will of course have a knock on effect to your position within the natural search results. But don’t make the mistake of concentrating solely on Page Rank. Improving Page Rank should be a part of a well organized SEO strategy. With that in mind here are 5 tips to help improve your Google Page Rank.
One of questions I see being asked time & time again in Internet Marketing Forums is how to get a site onto page 1 of Google. Backlinking plays a very important part so it’s essential you know how to get free SEO backlinks if you are serious about making money on the internet
To get your website to appear on the first page of the major search engines you need to work at developing a solid campaign for backlinking. Getting some link juice is a critical component in a successful search engine marketing strategy because of the way that Google and other search engines place a value on your site. Google measures your website’s overall relevancy based on who is linking to you.