Getting FREE Traffic to Your Affiliate Website
I don't know if you have seen this system yet or not but I have been giving it a go over the last few weeks with some good results already. The system is known as the Free Traffic system and you can read more over at FreeTrafficSystem.com .
The Free Traffic System is a new and FREE way to build quality one way links to your affiliate site quickly and easily. We all know the importance of getting quality back links to your websites in order to build your traffic and your search engine rankings, in essence if you don't bother building back links to your sites then you may as well give up and walk away now.
Building back links to your site isn't particularly difficult but it can be quite time consuming if you're going to do it right. Of course you can pay someone else to do it for you, and while this is okay, you have to be sure you know where the person is getting the links from and whether they're trustworthy. Therefore Id rather not outsource unless I have to.
The main thing to remember is that building one quality back link to your website is more effective than building 20 poor quality ones. If done right then a mix of decent on page SEO along with a well built up set of quality back links can get you onto page one of Google.
One well known and effective way of getting back links to your website is by using article traffic and this is what the Free Traffic System does. It allows you to submit your quality content to related blogs in a steady and controlled fashion. Within the articles you will also have two links back to your website which use the anchor key phrase which you specify, and that's the term you are trying to rank for. All articles are submitted and then have to be approved by admin over a period of 48-72 hours, the articles tend to be 'drip fed' through into the system and the back links will come over a few days, which is great because they appear much more naturally to the search engines.
The content you submit must be unique, don't go submitting caffeinated content into the system. At present it seems to work quite well, but if people begin to submit rubbish into the system then potentially the value of the links for your sites will decrease. I would either recommend writing the content yourself or paying someone to do it for you, you can get a good 500 word article written for around $1.50 per 100 words from people in the forums and a few other places. What people will be asking now is what about duplicate content? There will inevitably be a risk of having duplicate content however the system does come with a built in article spinner which if used properly will allow you to create 5 or more articles from one original piece of copy. And you can use copyscape.com to check the uniqueness of the articles you are going to be submitting.
The system itself is quite easy to use and it will take to around 30 minutes or so to properly spin one of your articles and get it submitted into the system but if you do this once a week for a month you will build up 120 decent quality back links to your site. If you also add one of your own blogs into the system then they will also give you an additional 7% of back links on top of the 30 you can do at any one time which is quite good.
What I would say is that if you are at all unsure of using this system then try it out on one of your lesser visited sites first and see what sort of effect you get, watch your stats and your visitors closely and see what happens. My feeling is that it's just another way of building good back links to your site, traffic and search engine rankings. If you do need me to explain any of the process in any further detail or provide any further tutorials on the blog then simply let me know and I will see what I can do. Give it a go and let me know how you get on.