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December 28, 2005

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ChicagoRealtor

To start off lets look at all the junk on the internet about getting number 1 rankings in search engines, How to get rich over night, and all that bull. Plain and simple that stuff is a bunch of hype to sell products.

To prove a point here if they have a secret formula to get ranked in the top ten of the search engines. Do you think for one minute that these authors of software, and eBooks would tell everybody? I think not.

Getting to the topic of this article there really is a way to dramaticly increase traffic to your websites and that is by good old fashioned hard work. Sorry about that but there just is not a way to get rich quick other than win the lottery. Posting in as many forums as you can and writing articles and submitting them can and will over a period of time not only improve your results but will also increase the forums activity.

The amount of posts in any 1 particular forum is probably not going to raise your page rank in the search engines but the more you post with your signature the more people will find you because you have more key words for people doing searches.

Remember search engines index and crawl webpages this is important for everyone to know they don't go to just www.xxxxxxxx.com the key here is "pages", like this one I am submitting this article to.

Don't take my word for all of this. Research what this article is telling you and prove to yourself the plain and simple facts. I am going to give you a simple test later on in this article with a link to check popularity, by the way I would bookmark this link it may come in very handy in the future.


Here is the link to check link popularity: http://www.linkpopularity.com go there and copy and paste www.getanewhome.net it brings up 3 links at MSN. This was in a few days imagine what months of posting can do.

For what its worth forum owners would be wise to encourage signatures and references to sites that are relevant with content. This can help everyone who participates in these forums. Blatant spam on the other hand most likely will not be tolerated unless there is a venue for it in that particular forum.

Sean Milstead

One more spot to check out as far as link popularity is Who Links to Me (http://www.wholinkstome.com). It's a slightly more robust tool.

What is sad is how the internet has developed into a sort of high-tech sixth grade classroom dynamic where the most popular kids win out time and time again.

Salud,
Sean Milstead (http://www.seanmilstead.com)

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