4 Simple Ways To Generate Instant Backlinks Part Two
This is the second part of my 4 simple ways to generate instant backlinks, if you haven’t read the first one click here. Remember to use these strategies in conjunction with each other. Here are the last two:
Onlywire is a similar service to the first two, but I had to include it since it offers a lot more. Pretty much every marketer has heard of Onlywire, it’s the infamous content syndication platform that allows you to automatically syndicate anything onto 50+ social networks and bookmarking sites.
What makes Onlywire far superior is that it submits to more sites than any other service and that you’re allowed to add multiple profiles per site. They also have a cool RSS feature where you can input the RSS feeds of all the sites/blogs you want to promote. So whenever one gets updated Onlywire will pull the title, description and URL from the feed and syndicate it onto all of the connected sites. However there’s 1 catch…
Onlywire isn’t free. There are several account levels ranging from $10/month to $1000/month and beyond. There’s also a free account that allows 300 free submissions per month. You can start off with a free account, but if you’d like to add multiple account profiles and have your content automatically syndicated via RSS, you should join at the $10-30/month level. Click here to checkout Onlywire.
4. Twitter And Facebook
The above 3 strategies allow you to get instant backlinks from all of the top social networks online…And while the 3 services do post to Twitter and Facebook, you can do A LOT more with them. Twitter and Facebook are the kings of social media and if you know how, you can use them to get a crap load of instant backlinks and traffic. As you should already know, Google started using social signals in its algorithm a while back.
Right now Google pulls data directly from Twitter and Facebook. Data like how many likes you have, how many shares you have and how many people are talking about your site. Google then uses that data to influence rankings. That’s why Facebook and Twitter are so important. So what you can do is setup your own Facebook and Twitter syndication network.
It’s quite simple really. First you should setup a main Facebook page for your website/blog. Then use RSS Graffiti to automatically feed your page with your site’s latest content. On Facebook, search for “RSS Graffiti” using the search bar. It’s a Facebook application that allows you to feed your Facebook pages, groups and profiles with content from any RSS feeds.
Once you have your main Facebook page up, create a like box for it and display it on your website. That will basically put your fan page on autopilot. You can also use RSS Graffiti to feed your page with content from other related sites. The more content your Facebook page receives the better.
Next you can create Facebook pages with the same setup for your sites Ping.fm/Hello.txt and Onlywire submits to… But only the web2.0′s. You can’t setup Facebook pages for your bookmarking sites or some social networks. However you can create pages for each web2.0 the services submit to. For example Blogger, Typepad and Tumblr. The 3 services submit to those web2.0 sites and a lot more. Web2.0′s are like blogs and they have their own RSS feeds.
So what you can do is syndicate the web2.0′s content onto their own Facebook pages. Just setup the pages and use RSS Graffiti to auto post the content from the web2.0′s. Let’s say you have Ping.fm setup and you’ve connected those 3 web2.0 sites. If you submitted a blog post through Ping.fm it would be syndicated onto the 3 web2.0 sites Blogger, Typepad and Tumblr.
Then RSS Graffiti would pick up the new posts from the web2.0′s and syndicate them onto their individual Facebook pages. Very simple but effective strategy. The same goes for Twitter. Setup accounts for your site and all of the web2.0’s you’re syndicating content to. Use Twitter Feed to automatically feed your Twitter accounts with content. It’s also a good idea to use a tool like Tweet Attacks to automatically grow your followers.
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