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Link building tool for e-commerce website

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by 80riro, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. 80riro

    80riro Newbie

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    I know tools like SEnuke, Xrumer and Scrapebox all do different things and are useful for the internet marketers on this forum.
    What do you think would be the best tool to start with to build backlinks and get a high search engine ranking for a single e-commerce website?
     
  2. lincolnave

    lincolnave Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Any of those mentioned will do the trick. I would ask how muchcan you spend? They are at different price points.
     
  3. halfpoint

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    I agree with the above.

    There are plenty of ways to go about it but it depends on your budget.
     
  4. BaniB

    BaniB Registered Member

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    I'm facing that issue almost every day.

    You start of with the basics;

    Submit your sitemap to Google.
    Get google analytics.

    This is so that you can track your hits, and to make it easier for google to find you (you worry about bing, yahoo and ask a bit later on.)

    Now, you have two options. White hat or black hat.

    Here's how I'm mixing it.

    I have a couple of autoblogs. Each with something related to my e-commerce niche. Mention your e-commerce store (not http://linktosite.com, but a unique product) once a day, per blog.

    Post at least 3-4 times a day, use Wp-robot or something similar. Don't forget to submit the sitemap to google. And, be smart and don't have your analytics account associated with your auto blogs.

    If you put some manual work into it, such as rewriting the posts, it would be better. But we're after PR and posts - not actual readers.

    To increase the linkbacks, have a company blog (e-commerce blog), which is related to your products, your company and the whole niche-lifestyle. If it's for baby bottles, then write about parenting etc. It's beneficial for your company - because costumers appreciate companies that are transparent.


    Submit articles to 2.0 properties.

    Use some scrapeboxing. But only for your auto-blogs.

    Hope that helped a bit:)
     
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  5. psychoul

    psychoul Junior Member

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    if you are serious about your main site, remember to use buffer - satellite sites as receivers of your large backlinks campaign.
     
  6. BaniB

    BaniB Registered Member

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    Yeah. That's pretty important!

    Have you started with your link building campaign?
     
  7. 80riro

    80riro Newbie

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    Thanks for your replies. I haven't started a link building campaign yet. When you say submit a sitemap to google, this is a sitemap.xml right? Do I need google webmaster account to do that?
     
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    find a list of hight pr and blast them with some data with social value anchor your link
    cheers and good luck
     
  9. gitsexpert

    gitsexpert Newbie

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    Really enjoyed your post looking forward to future posts from u