Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Links from using the “Blog and Ping” technique.

Links from using the “Blog and Ping” technique.

When this technique was first discovered, it allowed for pages to get indexed
into the search engines in as little as a few hours to a few days.

Then, everybody started using it and the effectiveness has slightly decreased.
The good news is that although it’s on the higher end today (2-3 days), it
still works wonders!

This technique is mainly for getting your pages into the search engines as
quickly as possible so you can start making money from them fast.

It works in 4 easy steps:

1. Build a search engine "spider trap" by creating a free blog on
http://www.Blogger.com (they can't resist freshly updated content).

2. Grab a free account at http://www.MyYahoo.com and

3. Post links to the Web pages you want spidered inside your blog.

4. Then, just call the search engine spiders to dinner by sending (or
"pinging”) the blog to your MyYahoo and MSN accounts.

You do this by using a ping command:
inside your web browser.

Be sure to also use the “Add RSS” feed link inside your MyYahoo and MSN

That should take you about 15 minutes of work to get any Web page you
want visited by the search engines and indexed in only about 2-3 days.

But, as you can see there’s a major problem with this technique if you’ve got
more than a few websites. It takes forever!

For this reason we invented Blogging Equalizer at:
http://www.BloggingEqualizer.com to automate this process. This tool is
great to get your pages into the search engines so you can start profiting
from them as fast as possible.

3. Links from social bookmarking sites using the “Tag and ping”

The latest way to get links from blogs is from popular social bookmarking

Social bookmarking sites are places where visitors categorize content using
“Tags” (or keywords). Some example sites include:

· http://www.blinkbits.com
· http://del.icio.us/
· http://www.digg.com
· http://www.fark.com

With WordPress.org blogs, you can encourage users to tag your sites with
plug-ins, such as:

· http://push.cx/sociable