If you work as a webmaster you will for sure want more visitors to your website. One of the ways of getting visitors to your site is by gaining good incoming links from other websites referring to your site. This will give you traffic in two ways.
Good links referring to your website will bring visitors to your website in two different ways.
- It will cause people to press the link on the original site and thus they will end up at you site looking for further information on the subject your have written about.
- It will make Google consider your page an authority on the subject as other websites refer to yours, and thus it will cause your site to get a better Google ranking, meaning that you will get more visitors sent to your site from search engines such as Google and Bing.
But, how can you get good incoming links referring to your site? I have written some articles on this subject earlier, so look around in the blog for information on such articles, but in this article I simply want to share one single idea that may help you get some good incoming links and an improved ranking in search engines.
Stay alert and get good incoming links!
The idea I would like to share in this article is simply about staying alert and being really quick when something happens in the big world. I will not share ten thousand examples, but I will simply share how I used this personally a couple of years ago (without knowing about it), and how this really helped me. I currently live in Budapest and here I work with a website helping tourists coming to Budapest. I remember the people working at Budapest Airport suddenly went into a strike, and at once I wrote an article to the Budapest Guide with information about the strike. I kept the article fresh throughout the first day and the coming days of the strike, and in addition I wrote several new articles on the subject. I did not think of it then, but afterwards I noticed that many people came to the Budapest Guide for information on the subject and since the site was so updated with useful and fresh information on the matter they decided to refer to it from other blogs and websites, so that other travelers could come to the Budapest Guide for information on the strike. As I looked afterwards I saw sites with high Page Ranks who referred to the site, and all I had to do was to stay alert and keep the site updated with lots of useful information on the subject for a short amount of time.
How can you implement this on your website and blog? I do not know, but hopefully you will find it out. If you ask God to open doors and keep looking, you will for sure see some open doors within shortly!