Can you Digg it
Majority of bloggers use Digg as a way to perk up their Search Rankings for their blog or website. Though, a lot of bloggers also uses article marketing, they can go wrong if they will not be very careful.
November 30, 2009 (Newswire.com) - Majority of bloggers use Digg as a way to perk up their Search Rankings for their blog or website. Though, a lot of bloggers also uses article marketing, they can go wrong if they will not be very careful. This article gives information on how you can use blogger and other Social community sites to contribute in a more significant manner. Anyone can submit an article, and if other users vote for your article it can come into view on the front page. This is one of the numerous sites that can showcase your ability as a writer by submitting your articles on their site.
• First forget about being on the front page. Your main goal is to submit anything to digg. It is usually the beginning of your hopes in getting your content to the front page of the site. Your main goal should is increase traffic for search engine promotion. The quantity of traffic you can receive from a front page can be huge. But this traffic is also notorious for its lack of "quality." Aim for the front page but you do not have to worry too much if you failed to do so.
• Just submit as many articles as you can and don't worry about the number of votes or how many group click on your article. By just submitting your article to the website can help it get ranked a little higher in search results. Even if you do not accumulate any votes for it. Once Google spot some Digg linking to your article, your site cab still reach the top of their search ranking results. This is a steady technique to have a long term flow of traffic by means of search engine support.
• When you present your article, aspire for the similar keywords you utilize in your first article. One of the strategies that you can use is to use the similar title on the primary paragraph as your title and description. Make sure that you choose the correct category to make the most out of your boost in page rank. You do not have to submit too many articles at once. If users get irritated by your articles and "bury it" you will definitely lose that precious page rank listing. You will also lose the search engine support that goes along with it forever.
• Page rank is the main key factor in search engine support. Often times if you will search for your article on Google sometimes the article itself may not appear. But the digg summary and link does. By the time users click the link from Google, they may not be able to click the link to your article. You should apply quality back links to your articles in order for the search engine support to relate to your original article and not your digg listing. But still having your listing show up is still a good option than nothing.
Whether you chose to digg or not to digg, still Digg is one of the great ways to increase your website chances in getting into to the top rank.
My name is William Smith and I have a passion for internet marketing, especially "earned results" or "organic search results". I have been focused on Geo-targeted search results for the past 4 years and have watched as the market has become more and more in demand.
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