Build Links to Boost Your Search Engine Rankings Introducing Wordtracker’s Link Builder Tool
The surest way to improve your website rankings in the search engines is to get quality links pointing to your site.
With Wordtracker’s powerful new Link Builder tool, you’ll be able to:
- Find hundreds of top quality link prospects
- Uncover your competitors’ linking strategies (and beat them at their own game)
- Analyze sites that rank well for a particular keyword
- Plan and create your own high impact linking campaigns
- Drive more traffic, sales and revenue for your business
This Link Builder tool offers 7 day free trial (credit card required), a 30 day money back guarantee and the cost is $59 per month, not much if you consider other forms of attracting traffic. And unlike pay-per-click improving your search rankings means you dont have to pay for every visitor delivered to your site. Yes it takes some time and effort but in the long term its a must to not have to rely solely on paying for visitors.
Follow this link to find out more info and/or sign up for the free trial
Start building your link popularity, improve your search engine rankings and attract more free website traffic
Online advertising expenditure in Australia for the third-quarter 2009 (3 months ended 30 September 2009) totalled $466.25 million, the largest quarter ever recorded. This is an increase of $13.25 million (or 2.9%) from the second-quarter 2009 (3 months ended 30 June), and is an increase of $15.0 million (or 3.3%) from the third-quarter 2008.
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monitor.us is a free web-based service that grants you a suite of tools for monitoring performance, availability, and traffic statistics. You can establish your website’s response time and set up alerts for when a service becomes unavailable. You can also set-up weekly, automated benchmarks to see if changes you’ve made impact speed and performance either positively or negatively.
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The Kampyle Feedback Analytics Service for website owners allows you to listen and respond to your website users. Kampyle provides website owners with a powerful management application that arranges the corrective actions required in a clear and proactive manner, even in cases of large amounts of data. Kampyle’s service can be up and running on your website in a number of minutes. The service itself is free, let us know if youd be interested in setting up this feedback mechanism on your website.
To see it in action look for the feedback icon bottom right corner of each page on our main website.
More info available on the Kampyle website
With a free account from PollDaddy you can create stunning surveys nd polls for your website, blog and social network profiles. Find out what your visitors are thinking today. Create your surveys and polls using our custom templates or create your own. Use their in-depth reporting engine to aggregate, print and export your results. A really handy tool that takes very little time to implement. Talk to us today if you like to add a poll or survey to your website. Check out their website
I first wrote about Google Analytics a number of months back. Since then we’ve added most of our client sites to the list of those we monitor using this cool tool, and we continue to be amazed. If you’re a Nextwave client and you havent received your login details to this essential marketing tool then get in touch with us right away. For non-Nextwave clients read on…
If you have a Google Analytics account, then it’s a quick task to set your web site up to use it. From within Analytics, you create what’s called a “profile”. Google provides a code snippet that your webmaster pastes into your web page(s), and “voila!”. You’re analyzin’!
Google Analytics tells you things like the number of unique visitors to your site, where those visitors are geographically, what kind of browser they’re using, and many, many more facts that can be used to make decisions that will improve the effectiveness of your site.
Recently we’ve discovered the power of using Analytics in conjunction with Google AdWords. The integration of these toolsets provides unbelievable insight into comparisons between PPC (pay-per-click) traffic and traditional traffic from organic search engine listings and other referring sources.
What’s more, we’ve now begun creating multiple profiles for single domains. These profiles and their respective “filters” allow us to quickly see web site statistics from different perspectives. While these types of techniques are not necessarily new, Google has made them accessible to almost anyone with a little time to learn how to maneuver around their beautiful user interface.
Google Analytics won’t address some issues that only server-side analytics can, such as bandwidth consumption or response times. But for the marketer or business owner, those are typically not top-of-the-list concerns. And neither server-side nor real-time analysis is a substitute for the other, in any case. Check out Google Analytics if you haven’t already. There’s real value to be had, for a price just about anybody can agree with. Free.