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Traffic Technique

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by pdaguy9, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. pdaguy9

    pdaguy9 BANNED BANNED

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    Here's a traffic technique that I thought I'd pass along. It's a bit more complicated to execute, but the theory is relatively simple.

    This technique works very well on "information" type sites. I've used it on a blog and it doubled my visitors within 2 weeks. This technique is based on the notion that "free tools" make your site valuable to both users and search engines.

    Step 1.

    Let's say you have a mortgage related website. What you want to do is offer some form of free program for them to use. For the example, for a mortgage related website, you could offer a mortgage calculator.

    Step 2.

    You can either create a script yourself, go to rentacoder.com and hire someone to create the php for you, or you can go to hotscripts.com and get a free one - depending on your needs.

    Step 3.

    Once you place the free program on your site, download PadGen and create a PAD file for your script. PADGen will then submit a file (that will link back to your site) to about 70 shareware type sites. I'm not sure, but there may be a paid upgrade of PADGen that will submit to over 800 sites.

    You'll not only get visitors from these sites, but will get backlinks from higher PR sites. These shareware sites are considered "authority" sites by Google and other SE's, and typically have very high PR themselves.

    Do this a few times with a few different types of scripts that relate to your niche, and you'll soon be ranking extremely high in the SERPs.
     
  2. rahizzle21

    rahizzle21 Registered Member

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    Thanks this was really helpful.
     
  3. garofalo23

    garofalo23 Registered Member

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    Thanks man really helpfull
     
  4. kerate

    kerate Newbie

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    This technique is explained in lazymarketers .He also recomends a software to create freeware product for the purpose of distributing in download sites
     
  5. pdaguy9

    pdaguy9 BANNED BANNED

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    Most probably. I can't remember where I came across this technique but I learned it last year sometime.
     
  6. michael lou

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    hmmm.. my question is how would people find this shareware unless it's a branded software? i mean all the shareware site are probably run by their search engine, and if nobody is finding what u created, it won't go viral. wad do u think?
     
  7. brittany46

    brittany46 Junior Member

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    If you think about it, the usability of the script is almost a non-issue. It could be complete crap. It works great for back links to your spammy sites. There is actually a post on it at bluehatseo.com
     
  8. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    a very similar techniques was addressed in the "confessions of a lazy marketer" e-book. the technique seems like it would work...still haven't tested it yet.
    anybody else tried and got results?
     
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    wonderfull , thanks a lot
     
  10. Rusky

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    Thanks for the info.
     
  11. pizan

    pizan Newbie

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    Hadn't heard about hotscripts. Thanks!