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Know More About Google Sniper & Learn How to Boost Your Google Rankings

February 25, 2013

When George Brown launched Google Sniper way back on October 15, 2009, no one would have predicted a remarkable success like what it has achieved. However, the number of sales per year is only on the year. Only Google Sniper promises an A-Z solution from developing a site to earning money through it. Though this is not a review of the product, I am here to teach everyone to fill the void left by the product.

 

 

To start with, Google Sniper teaches how to pick keywords with less competition, develop related site content and optimize the web page, pre-selling the visitors through a story or review, etc. Like stated in my review on Google Sniper, George has taken lot of care and explained all the above given topics in detail. Even so, George assumes that the keywords you chose are the ones with less competition and that your site will get ranked well without link building efforts.

However, if you ask the stalwarts of internet marketing, they would tell that choosing keywords that accurate is not something amateurs can do. Also, there is a possibility that sites developed by Google Sniper users get to the second or even third page in Google, however, it need not attract traffic or covert them into sales!

How only can this problem be sorted out?

 You might think link building can solve this problem. With the latest Google update and Google’s known dislike for link building, you can’t choose this method. Yes, George does touch this topic in the earlier part, however, there’s not much ideas given for working around with link building. This primer is going to teach you just that!

Social Bookmarking:  Of course, George does explain this well in Google Sniper.  However, bookmarks don’t influence page rank considerably, since they come with no-follow tags.

Link Wheels:  This is where a series of blog posts are created and posted on different Web 2.0 sites like weebly, blogger, vox, etc. with links that lead to your site. The links are done in a way that they link to each other, like a chain and the last one finally links back to the first site. That’s why they are called link wheels, since they form a “wheel-like” linking mechanism.

Profile Links:  There are many high ranked sites that let users create a personal profile and also, allow them to post a link. A couple of very good examples are TED.com and MTV.com.

Blog Commenting:  Here, blogs that are relevant to the site are found and then, comments are posted. The comment will have your keywords, link back to your site and also, your name. Adding these three information without fail and making a relevant and useful comment is the key. It’s a god idea to read the blog post before commenting, as it helps with posting relevant comments. Most reputed blogs have moderation in place and comments that are not related are deleted.

Article Submission:  Submitting articles to reputed directors are another way to get backlinks. The articles should be of high quality. Most reputed sites have an option called “resource box” where you can add a link to your site. Besides offering an efficient platform to promote your links, article directories also help generate traffic to your site. Besides, reputed article directories get listed in search results and the articles you post are good, they are likely to be listed. When they are listed, they boost your incoming traffic.

Using the simple and effective techniques, you can dominate Google rankings, even if you choose keywords with good competition. With this, you can now handle the only void in Google Sniper method and can dominate the online realm. Get started with building sites using Snipe and earn more money!

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