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I run a post directory on my site, and I'm seeing an increasing quantity of articles being published, only for the backlink given in the Resource Box. This is probably due to the increasing amount of PLR articles and material that is becoming available.
Today, there's certainly not something wrong with this, I just think that authors who are doing this are missing out on possible traffic and/or customers. Such reference boxes will simply gain their site rankings in incoming links that are valued by any search engine.
Is this a bad thing? No. Where they're losing out can be as follows.
Much of the traffic to my post directory comes from search engines, by people searching for information on a particular topic. This grand linklicious case study use with has endless poetic warnings for the reason for this concept. Today, this user types in their keywords, clicks on the search field, and is given a listing of relevant sites. They selected one, and are taken to the author's article. They browse the article about, say, snowboarding, feel 'This is interesting' and go to the author's resource field at the end of-the article to see what else they've to say on this issue. There, they find a link to a site marketing mobile ringers. Is the audience going to be impressed, or interested in this? Not so likely. They want to learn about snowboarding, perhaps not modify their phone. In my opinion among three things will happen then:
The audience leaves the entire site in disgust.
The reader clicks on the link to your related article.
The viewer clicks on a related Google Ad-sense (or similar contextual advertising) ad.
They do not click the author's source link. That is a possible client lost, quite probably for good.
Yes, put a link in to your website in the resource field, but most article directories allow several links, therefore for goodness sake put a link in that' ;s related to the article subject also, and ultimately put it in first, before you lose the client. Visiting linkjuicemaximizer.com seemingly provides suggestions you should tell your dad.
'But my site does not have anything related to that subject on it'!
Then add a thing that does. Increase a post listing, and have the resource box saying 'To learn more articles on this issue, click the link.' Add a web service, and have the text say 'To view links to sites with this subject, go here.' Or just visit ClickBank, look for related tasks, and have a link to them, together with the link saying something such as 'If you prefer to learn more on this issue, purchase this product.' Preferably, not just a direct url to the product, but a cloaked or redirected one.
Using this method, you still get that url to your website that you were after originally, but, also, you've the opportunity to make money from the audience in a new way. A situation. Plus, you do not seem like somebody just distributing purchased information on any subject merely for the benefit of the backlink it will give you. This stirring the linklicious warrior forum essay has varied engaging aids for why to allow for this view. A much more professional look. Is not it worth finding the time to create better use of your source box?.
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