1000's of FREE Links To Your Site!

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What we are hunting for:
Unique Domains
One Way Links
Text Link copy of our choice
The ability to change those links
Sites that have PR and cover our choice topic

Enter the Free Hosting Sites
One of the easiest and most often overlooked resources on the net today are the free hosting companies. Free hosting companies make money by upgrading accounts into paying accounts or selling services to you.

One of the huge advantages to a free hosted account and your SEO efforts is that search engines are more and more looking at the number of unique inbound one way links that are pointing to your website.

So what is a aspiring SEO junkie to do? Well luckily my link addicted friend there is an answer..FREE and ME rhyme for a good reason. There are 100's if not 1000's of free hosting companies dying to give you 50 - 100 MB accounts for your email address. I am going to give you a step by step way of building as many inbound links as your little (or big) SEO heart desires.

Step 1: Find the Freebies!
Fisrt start by going to our friends the search engines and search for "free web hosting", "free web site" or any other permutation of the free hosting terminology.
Here are a few to get started:
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Step 2: Get Ready to Track
With so mayny free hosting companies in existance it will be a challenge to keep track of all the data, so we will use our friend excel to help us along. Make a handy dandy spreadsheet of all the sites you find. On this spreadsheet have the following columns "Name" "URL" "Login Page" "My Username" "My Password" "My URL" "Content Type".

Step 3: Decide the content Type and Get It
After you have cataloged all of your prosepects we will need to creat content, luckily this is the easy part as there are 1000's of articles out there free for the copying (as long as you mention the author). So, choose a topis that is relevant to your website and go forth and copy...

Step 4: Sign up and Publish
Ok so we now have where we will get hosting, we have the content and a way to track it all...YAY! So what we need to do now is get started. Now, the real trick is getting your pieces of real estate and not being marketed to death. Setup a Yahoo, MSN or GMail account (if you can) to use for registering all of these accounts. Once you get your free email account, head to number one on your list and get registered, make sure you doucument all of your infomration as it will make your life that much easier in the long run.

Lets talk briefly about registering. When signing up you will usually need to create a "Sub Domain", this will be XYZ.whatever.com. Try and find a Sub Domain that matchec the type of content you will be creating. So lets say you are making content about Real Estate, so you would try to include that keyword "Real Estate" in your Sub Domain (ie. realestate1.whatever.com.

After you have signed up it is time to publish. Using thier free website builder or your favorite tool, create a 4 - 10 page site (using your articles and a home page). On each article look for keywords that are relevant to your site and hotlink each page at least once to your site that you are SEO'ing. Or, go the cheap route and create a footer link to your site (bah that's too easy and does not look very natural )

Well you get the picture Rinse and Repete this process as many times as your heart desieres and we are now started.


Anyone ever do this? What do you all think?
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I've never done that, but I don't see how it would be any more beneficial than blog spamming. you would have to work on getting links to each of the free sites for the links to be worth anything. I'd rather spend that time trading quality links with other sites related to mine.
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Seems like the long way round to getting links to me. Because you are going to need to have unique content on these sites to get others to link to them.... Just so you can link back to your own site.....
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I removed the outgoing links to those sites. there is no point in sending them any traffic from here.
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You also have no control over what type of content is on the page that is linking to you. You could be getting linked from a blacklisted domain. I heard of theories if it mentions porn or viagra, your site could get blacklisted or put on a filter. Is this true? I don't know but unless you are actually dealing with porn, i don't htink it's a good idea.
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fourthring wrote:
You also have no control over what type of content is on the page that is linking to you. You could be getting linked from a blacklisted domain. I heard of theories if it mentions porn or viagra, your site could get blacklisted or put on a filter. Is this true? I don't know but unless you are actually dealing with porn, i don't htink it's a good idea.


Actually you can't get blacklisted due to the sites that link to you. Otherwise we'd all be out getting links from porn sites to our competitiors :twisted:

You'll only get blacklisted (Via Links) if you link into bad neighbourhoods.
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I see what you guys are saying, but I took a different approach to it...
I was thinking about creating a 4-10 page content rich, keyword rich, and link rich site and hosting the same site (or change it up a little) on every free hosting server out there... Would this work? I am thinking something along the lines of a paintball safety website with lots of good content and links to my site to buy the products. I figure that if I can get say 500 free sites up and all those sites have say 10 pages with every page being legit and full of say 5 links to my site, I just got 25,000 links. Am I just smoking crack, I am new at this so its possible that I just dont know what I am talking about!
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Hey sorry about the links!
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I figure that if I can get say 500 free sites up and all those sites have say 10 pages with every page being legit and full of say 5 links to my site, I just got 25,000 links.


- Well google will only really count 1 link from each page. So your 25,000 links just dropped down to 5000

- Then of course having ten links from the same domain - only a few of them will hold any real value - lets say 2 of them. So your 5000 links has just dropped to 1000.

So your going to make 500 individual sites - that are all going to have to have Original and Unique content for the sake of 1000 links......

Good idea - If google don't catch on to it via all the free sites linking to you and simply ban your domain. :P

I'd take all that original and unique content from those 500 sites your going to create - put it on your domain your trying to promote and if the content is that good - you'll have a 1000+ people link to you before you can say....

Does that help?
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:oops:
Thanks Jess!
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just spend more time on your link exchanges and you will prolly get the same effect in less time.

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