Quick Traffic to your Website – Here’s How!

Do you know how to generate quick traffic to your website, while solidifying your place in the major search engines?

Feeder websites.

We call them ‘feeder sites” because they feed traffic to your website from engines like Google.com and Yahoo.com.

Since feeder sites carry such massive weight and authority with the major search engines, it doesn’t take long before your website is indexed, and you are able to acquire valuable backlinks from these established community portals.

There are literally hundreds of feeder resource sites online, with the most popular ones being:

http://www.Squidoo.com,

http://www.HubPages.com and blog based feeder sites like

http://www.Blogger.com and http://www.Wordpress.org

When feeder sites are networked and linked together, they are often referred to as “link wheels”, because the traffic is filtered through the wheel, feeding off one of another.

Linkwheels are one of the easiest methods used in order to create massive amounts of backlinks, as well as solidify a higher ranking based on your keywords in the search engine rankings.

Here is an example of a common link wheel structure:

Linkwheels can be extremely complex but in truth, you only need a few feeder sites set up and optimized in order to begin generated targeted free traffic through your affiliate links.

The most popular (and easiest) linkwheel strategy is to create a page that includes your article content and your affiliate link on each of the following sites:

http://www.Squidoo.com

http://www.Blogger.com

http://www.Wordpress.org

http://www.Vox.com

http://www.Weebly.com

http://www.Quizilla.com

http://www.WetPaint.com

There are two types of linkwheels, in general – open linkwheels and closed linkwheels. While this may seem complicated all it really means is that with open linkwheels you create sites that all link to each other.

For example (closed linkwheel)
Site A links to Site B | Site B links to Site C | Site C links back to Site A

With open link wheels there is no closing, so your wheel might go something like this:

Site A links to Site B | Site B links to Site C | Site C links nowhere

With each feeder site, your objective is to create simple webpages that incorporate your primary keywords into both the page titles and the content itself. This will help you rank within the search engines, attracting organic traffic.

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