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Here are some of the best sources for One-Way Incoming Links.
1.) Article Directories - There are hundreds of them out there, but the Article Directories you should concern yourself with are the top 10 directories. Writing Articles is very important, and we make a full time living and it is 90% of our incoming link strategy. This is one technique you do not want to dismiss.
2.) Directory Submissions - Use a good Directory Submission Service just one time. This will cause hundreds of Unique IP's to point to your site.
3.) Create a Video - Create at least one Video to your website. It could be a screen capture video using some software like Camtasia, or a real video. Always include your URL at the bottom of the video. Most importantly, include the URL of your website in the front of your description before you submit your video. This way visitors can easily click through to your website. It will also show the search engines your site is important. Submit these to about 30 of the top video submission sites.
4.) Press Releases - Write up a Press Release and use your primary keyword in your Anchor Text. This will create another entirely new set of IP Addresses to link back to you. We've used PR Web for our retail stores. Every time we've submitted a Press Release we've made back what we spent in direct sales, which made the Press Release free.
5.) Post On Relevant Blogs - Participate in the comments section on relevant blogs related to your Niche. Do a Google Search on "your niche" + Blogs. You'll find lots of them popup. These days many more webmasters love to receive comments that are well thought out and unique. Try to make them at least 4 sentences.
There are some programs out there which use 3-way linking to get good rankings. Some people think they work great and others seem to feel that you are looking for trouble with Google when using them.
Anyone have an opinion on this? I signed up for a trial, but not sure if I should bother going ahead with a subscription to the service.
Thanks in advance.