Using Profile Page Links

free juiceWith this post I’ll tell you how you can get some free links to your web site.

Even a free link and some page rank juice from Google.

Social media is now very important when it comes to successfully promoting your web site.  When choosing a product or service people will often base their decision on recommendations made by friends.  However, many of the social media sites can also give your web site some page rank juice and move you up the search engine listings.

When signing up to social media sites you’re often asked to create a profile page.  Even forums will often have a profile page so that you can tell the world you collect stamps.  Some of these sites will allow follow links  (a ‘follow link’ is a link that will pass Page Rank onto the linked site).  To prevent spamming some sites add a nofollow html tag to all external links, which in theory, tells the search engines to effectively negate any beneficial score when calculating page rank.

With that thought firmly in your mind, how about a free follow link from Google with their overflowing page rank juice?  Yes, Google has profile pages.  You’ll need a Google account in order to create your Google Profile page.  Create your profile page and add a link to your site.  If you can, it’s probably a good idea to link to your new profile page from another site – this will get the link juice flowing!

Haydon Rouse

Haydon is a business consultant / mentor and an expert at marketing and selling online. He genuinely wants to help you and provide exceptional service. Why? Because, when he achieves that, you will tell your friends about him. Haydon has been marketing and selling online for over 20 years. He has lived in East Kent all his life (cough... over 49 years.. cough), knows the local area like the back of his hand and has fantastic customer service skills. You can contact him here.

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