Welcome to 's Issue Of "HomeBiz-Tips"
Marketers Friendly E-Mag
Date: 2010-02-15 Issue:
S. Kumar, Editor,
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Want a workable SEO tip today?
It's about climbing to top search engine rankings by constructing
extremely effective interlacing link wheels.
First, compose about 26, 100% unique (copyscape-passed and not spun!), 250-300
word articles. Sprinkle your keyword 3-4 times randomly
through out the articles. Include your keyword in the article title, preferably as the first word.
Then open 24 new accounts on web 2.0 properties, like:
Wordpress, Blogger, Hubpages, Tumblr, Jimdo, Weebly, Blogr, LiveJournal,
Gather, Zimbio, Vox, Xanga, Terapad, Quizilla + others totaling to about
On every separate web 2.0 site, post a different
unique article with two links. One of the links points to another web 2.0 property and the other linking to your website
URL (in an anchor text).
Go by this pattern for 24 articles in such a way that there will be
link wheels. Each link wheel will have 6 web 2.0 properties.
Once you create your web of link wheels, open two Squidoo
lenses and post the remaining 2 of your unique articles there.
Now this is important. Link each of these Squidoo lens to
4 of your web
The next step is to social bookmark both of your Squidoo lenses on 25+
websites (like: Digg, StumbleUpon, Delicious, Bebo etc...). Forget your
old accounts with them! Open fresh accounts and bookmark with each of
Next copy the 25 RSS feed links from each of these Social
book marking sites
and submit each of them to 100+ aggregators. This makes sure that your
link wheels are indexed quickly.
Finally, create a 20-30 second video about your website and upload it to
some high traffic video sites like youtube. Make sure that In the
description you link to your website URL(s) for extra backlinks!
you are video challenged, here is an
service that will
automatically turn your articles into videos with voice, music and all
other frills like backgrounds)
Well, that's simple. You are own your way to top rankings for the desired
keywords on Google, Yahoo and Bing. That's targeted traffic for you.
To Your Success!
You know my eyes are always wide awake for marketing tools
that help the average Joe & Jane with minimal tech knowledge, with
no HTML or CSS skills but still build their online business.
Because, I am someone like that! And once in a while, I chance upon
one worth recommending.
such a tool meriting two worthy mentions!
Like every online marketer, you may be into affiliate marketing/resell/PLR
Products that requires to create squeeze pages to proposes
Example, like a free eBook in exchange for your visitors name and email
address. But not knowing HTML, CSS, graphics,PHP etc can be a bit
I did a test run on this
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(non-techie) user can actually use it. The result was very positive. My
squeeze page was up in less time than it takes to read this paragraph!
Now, if you are new to squeeze pages,
"Squeeze Page(s)" are a single web page with the sole purpose of capturing
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ABCs of Web 2.0
Web 2.0 is a perceived transition of the Web to web-based applications.
Web 2.0 is the next generation of technology solutions where interactive
content is the norm.
There is no agreement on exactly what Web 2.0 means. Depending on who you
are speaking with, you may receive different explanations. At it's heart,
Web 2.0 is about the maturity of the Web. While many refer to Web 2.0 as
companies that employ powerful web technologies, the key components of Web
2.0 are said to include: the Web as a platform, collaboration, and
Here are the "ABC's" of Web 2.0...
A - Ajax
development technique for creative interactive web applications. Many Web
2.0 websites use Ajax to interact with website visitors.
B - Blog
Blogs are web logs that are updated regularly. They contain information
related to a specific topic. In many cases, blogs are used simply as daily
diaries about people's personal lives, political views, or even as social
commentaries. The truth of the matter is that blogs can be shaped into
whatever you, the author, want them to be.
C - Collaboration
Collaboration is a hallmark of Web 2.0. Building communities and
developing content from multiple contributors is part of what is unique
about these second-generation websites.
D - Dynamic
Content Dynamic content refers to content which is obtained from another
source, and which is automatically updated whenever the source content
E - ECommerce
Ecommerce comes from the phrase "Electronic Commerce", which basically
means selling things over the Internet. Many websites now conduct
financial transactions over the Internet. Ecommerce is simply a vehicle
for collecting payments online.
F - Folksonomy
Folksonomy is a means of classifying and categorizing data on the web
through collaborative efforts from the online community. While not
strictly synonymous to the term, this is more commonly known as "tagging",
where keywords are associated with items or links. The keywords are used
to classify the items.
G - Global Navigation
Global navigation refers to a somewhat standardized navigational menu
structure that encompasses all the main pages on the website. Regardless
of the particular web page you are on, you can navigate to any other part
of the website using the global navigation system.
H - Hosted Application
Hosted applications are typically interactive programs that reside on the
Internet, and are designed to run on the Internet rather than being
downloaded and installed on the user's computer.
I - Information Architecture
Information architecture describes the structure and methodology by which
information (such as website content) is organized.
by Netscape for client and server applications. It is commonly used in web
pages to add interactivity and to dynamically update content.
K - Knowledgebase
A knowledgebase is a collection of facts, rules, and procedures that are
organized into a searchable format. In Web 2.0, website knowledgebases are
L - Long Tail
The phrase "long tail" pertains to search engine results. The "long tail"
of search follows the thinking that the combined total results of multiple
less-popular terms will exceed the results of a single more-popular term.
Many webmasters have given up their hope of ranking well for the extremely
popular terms, and instead are focused on ranking well for the
less-popular but more abundant terms or phrases.
M - Mashups
Mashups are the result of merging content from a variety of different
sources, and thus creating new content based on the merging and filtering
of the resulting content.
N - Newsreader
A newsreader is a software tool or web application that is used to read
and manage RSS feeds.
O - OPML
OPML stands for Outline Processor Markup Language, and is a standard for
people wishing to import or export their RSS feed subscriptions.
P - Podcasting
Podcasting is online audio content that is delivered via an RSS feed.
Podcasting offers far more options in terms of content and programming
than radio does. Listeners can determine the time and the place of their
listening. Listeners can retain audio archives to listen to at their
Q - Query
A query is a phrase or a group of words, possibly combined with other
syntax, used to pass instructions to a search engine or a directory in
order to locate web pages.
R - RSS
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is a standard for
syndicating content online. RSS feeds are used to provide real-time
information to interested parties.
S - Social Bookmarking
Social bookmarking and social networks are collaborative efforts that use
democracy and voting to influence the importance of items that are
T - Tags
Tags are descriptive keywords that are used to classify and categorize
items or URLs on social networks.
U - User-Generated
Content User-generated content refers to website content that is created
by the users themselves. It can be in the form of message posts on
discussion groups, blogs, comments on blog postings, wiki entries, etc.
V - Vlog
Vlog comes from the phrase "video blog". This is a blog that mainly
publishes video content rather than audio content. Video podcasting is
sometimes called vodcasting.
W - Wiki
Wikis are a collaborative environment that is built around input from
X - XML
XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language. XML is often used to update
dynamic web content.
Y - YouTube
YouTube is a highly popular Web 2.0 video hosting website that allows
users to submit, view, and rate videos.
Sharon Housley manages marketing for FeedForAll
http://www.feedforall.com software for creating, editing, publishing
RSS feeds and podcasts. In addition Sharon manages marketing for
http://www.recordforall.com audio recording and editing software.
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Two facts for you today - better know it early itself.
1. The known fact is that 96 percent of the online businesses
2. And the unknown fact is that... 82 percent among these 96
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