BackLink Flood

Backlink Flood
Flood Your Site
With Targeted Traffic.

Backlinking is important in getting web pages to rank highly on the display pages of the search engines. A high ranking display can mean a stack of free traffic to your website.

For those who don't have MicroNicheFinder, or similar, and use the Google Keyword Tool, the included program "Keyword Flood" will save you a huge amount of time as it downloads the information you would normally extract manually. Of course it does that in a fraction of the time.

The book itself has a lot of meat in that it does offer a workable strategy that is easy to assemble and promote. Strictly speaking it is not just one strategy but a number that can be used together. These fit in neatly with the links received from the backlink service providers (eg, Angela, Paul, Steve and Francis).

I liked the way he explained the LinkWheel concept with an easy to follow series of graphics. This is an updated version of the WagonWheel or CartWheel linking structure that many would have originally seen used in Michael Campbell's classic work "Revenge Of The Mininet". A number of us have been using these concepts with IPK sites. In "Backlink Flood" he shows how to get a lot more mileage out of this technique.

Also highly useful is the method he shows for combining a number of RSS feeds into one to provide a single RSS feed (with our links) that can be promoted.

The Multi-Layered structure is useful in providing an overall perspective which shows how it all hangs together and which way the links are meant to flow.

The list of top directories (with PR ranking) - for articles, RSS, Web2 and website submissions is useful for reference and easy access, especially if you don't have software available which connects you automatically. There is a way you can save money by setting the lists up on a website.

There is a lot of value in the content. I couldn't get the two videos to work on my computer but they aren't really necessary as it's clear from the PDF what needs to be done. You can get more details below.

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