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Links from Social Networks and RSS – Part 4 of 4

One of the many methods of creating buzz around your web site is to create an RSS feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works.

RSS Feeds allow visitors to display your feed on there own site or in their news reader. The title of the feed post is a link to that post. The feed only should give enough information to hook the reader into visiting your site.

Look to partner sites that complement your site and industry. Exchange links, but not too many. Having a nice short list of links split into categories on a well laid out page is enough. Look at the sites that are linking to you. What is their Google Page Rank?

Don’t think that social media sites like Twitter, FaceBook and MySpace are only for teenaged girls and CNN. There are many business people using these mostly free services. They have the ability to drive traffic if you use them correctly.

Promote your business by setting up custom layouts or pages and URLs. These are important for networking and building quality backlinks. Sites like LinkedIn.com allow you to join groups and share presentations with others. Optimize your profile and you will be more searchable within your network allowing others to find you easier.

Stay active in your search engine optimization and keep your eye on the goals that you have set for your company. Keep track of your keywords, you might see a pattern developing.

One of the many methods of creating buzz around your web site is to create an RSS feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works.

RSS Feeds allow visitors to display your feed on there own site or in their news reader. The title of the feed post is a link to that post. The feed only should give enough information to hook the reader into visiting your site.

Look to partner sites that complement your site and industry. Exchange links, but not too many. Having a nice short list of links split into categories on a well laid out page is enough. Look at the sites that are linking to you. What is their Google Page Rank?

Don’t think that social media sites like Twitter, FaceBook and MySpace are only for teenaged girls and CNN. There are many business people using these mostly free services. They have the ability to drive traffic if you use them correctly.

Promote your business by setting up custom layouts or pages and URLs. These are important for networking and building quality backlinks. Sites like LinkedIn.com allow you to join groups and share presentations with others. Optimize your profile and you will be more searchable within your network allowing others to find you easier.

Stay active in your search engine optimization and keep your eye on the goals that you have set for your company. Keep track of your keywords, you might see a pattern developing.

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