Another way you could increase the number of links to your website is by writing articles
related to your topic and then submit those to article directories. In the footer of each article
you write, you should include a "blurb" about yourself and also a LINK back to you website,
using your main keyword in the "anchor text" of course.
This is a great way to get 1-way links to your website. A 1-way link is when another website
links to you without you linking back to them. Google and other search engines view 1-way
links as being much more important than reciprocal links, so the more 1-way links you can get
for your website, the better rankings you will have.
A great place to find a list of many article directories to submit your articles to is the following
As I said above, getting links to your website is absolutely critical to ranking well in the search
engines. Whether you get links by sending link request emails, filling out "add a link" forms, or by
writing articles and submitting them to directories, you must get links to your website. Without
links, you will NOT have good search engine rankings.
By taking a few hours every week to get links, over the course of a few months, I can guarantee
you'll rank VERY well for nearly any search term, period. It works, and it works extremely well.
Again, keep in mind the "principles" I'm teaching you. It doesn't matter how you go about getting
the links, it's a matter of just getting links to begin with... So, whether you use software or other
tools to make your analyzing easier, it doesn't matter.