Link Building Success, Links That Compliment, Not Compete
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Link Building Success, Links That Compliment, Not Compete

Free Tools To Help You Find Quality Incoming Links That Compliment Your Site, Not Compete To Gain PageRank and Traffic.
5.0 (3 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
533 students enrolled
Created by David Reynolds
Last updated 11/2015
Price: $40
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Develop quality incoming links that compliment with your site, not compete with it
  • Learn to select which sites are better to have incoming links from
  • Learn how to contact and ask for incoming links for a win-win solution
View Curriculum
  • You must know how to use basic Excel, but are shown in the course
  • Knowing how to add a little HTML code is helpful, but you are shown how in the course

Welcome to a Truly Unique method to finding incoming links from sites that Compliment your site, not Compete.

It's simple and finds the types of sites that the owners are more willing to link to you since they're not direct competition with your product or service.

If you provide a service to get incoming links for a business, then this method will find quality sites with better PageRank and Alexa values that are more willing to link.

SEO is not enough anymore to achieve those valued High ranking positions.

If you do any kind of SEO, then you know that SEO by itself isn't enough to rank strong for any long periods. Bringing traffic in from quality sites is like an exit ramp on the Internet Highway. You're getting web traffic from other sites, as well as PageRank value.

Simple as Tic-Tac-Toe

This method uses a process that looks like the old Tic-Tac-Toe game. In fact, a few years ago that's what I called it, the Tic-Tac-Toe Link Building Tool, because it was so simple and natural to find quality links.

Using Excel with macro driven buttons, its all automated when generating search phrases that you enter into a search engine.

What you get with this course for FREE.

  • A Truly Unique Free Tool that generates focused keywords you'll enter into a search engine to find sites that compliment, not compete with your sites
  • A documenting process and spreadsheet you'll use to track your best choices in sites to contact about a link partnership
  • Templates to use when contacting site owners to convince them that your site and theirs are a great natural match to exchange links.

I was excited creating this process because it helps you quickly generate the right kind of keyword phrases using a BrainStorming method I teach to find sites that are naturally related to yours.

Getting links from related sites that don't compete with yours looks more natural to the search engines, so you meet their review better by having more natural flow-thru link connections.

Who is the target audience?
  • This Link Building course is meant for those who want to build up the strength of a web site
  • If you provide a service to find incoming links, this will help you find better sites for your clients
  • If you do SEO, this is a necessity to round out your traffic efforts
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Curriculum For This Course
13 Lectures
Link Building Methods That Surpass The Normal Keyword Lame Efforts.
4 Lectures 17:44

What to look for when trying to boost your sites Pagerank and Incoming Traffic.

Preview 05:48

What helps you determine if the course is for you?

Preview 01:35

Natural Flow Thru Is When Natural Steps Are Followed In The Day To Day Process. If You Link Things Together That Don't Belong, You Start Painting A Target On Your Site That Its A Spam Magnet, Which Lowers Your Credability.

Preview 05:11

Just Like A Highway Needs On Ramps and Off Ramps, You Need Methods For People to Find You, And Get Off The Internet Highway To Come To You. Links From Other Sites Are Like Off Ramps To Your Site.

Who Needs Links? Well, You Do!
Understanding The Natural Flow Will Give You A Win-Win Opportunity.
4 Lectures 36:43

How To BrainStorm The Thought Process To Get Natural Terms Into The Flow For The Tool To Find Natural Links. Then Pick and Choose The Right Ones to Start The Inflow Of Traffic.

Overview Of How This Free Tool Uses Your BrainStorming Process To Work Best.

Finding the right keywords to add to your main Keyword.

How To Brainstorm Ideas To Add Related Search Words
1 question

Most If Not All Link Finding Tools Teach The Same Ole Habit. Enter Your Best Keyword, and Find Sites Like Yours...Wrong!

How This Free Natural Flow Tool Works. No Where Else Can You Find A Better One.

This Excel Tool Runs On Macros. If You Haven't Ever Enabled Macros On Excel, Now's The Time. This Tool Runs Seamlessly With Buttons You Click and It Creates Natural Flowing Keywords For You.

How To Enable Macros To Run On Your Computer For This Automatic Keyword Tool.

What Comes First, The Chicken or the Egg? Well, The Chicken Did Of Course. So, What Kind Of Sites Come First, Then Second, Third... You Need To Understand The Natural Flow When Your Product or Service Is Involved To BrainStorm The Before and After Logic To Get The Best Incoming Links.

Example Of A Natural Flow Of LInks To A Company.
Follow The Natural Logic To Make Your BrainStorming Process Work.
3 Lectures 22:20

What's Important When Getting Incoming Links? Pretty Pictures? No! A Link Carries With It Traffic, PageRank....But How Do You Find Who Carries What?

What To Look For When You're Wanting Natural Incoming Links, Part 1.

Learning To Document What You Find To Then Have A Ready List Of Top Picks With Their Rankings So You'll Know Where To Start, Who To Contact, and If They've LInked To You.

What To Look For When You're Wanting Natural Incoming Links, Part 2.

You have to measure a sites value and then choose which ones are best for your site

Finding The Right Sites To Request Links Back.
3 questions

Factors In Reviewing a Course
Do The Hard Work First, Then The Links Will Follow, Provide Ready Made Code.
2 Lectures 07:02

Download all these files and use them to help find quality sites to link back.

Download Area, Get Your FREE Unique Link Finding Tool and More...

Show Who You're Contacting That You're Serious. Serious Enough To Do The Work First. Put They're Link On Your Site First, Then They'll Be More Receptive To Linking Back To You.

If You Build It, They Will Come. If You're Just Phishing, They Will Run.
About the Instructor
David Reynolds
4.6 Average rating
32 Reviews
4,610 Students
6 Courses
My Job Is Making Your Job Easier

Being in the Engineering field for over 30 years, David has worked much with Excel and knows how data overload can feel overwhelming unless you have some kind of control of your Excel files. 15 of those years included Online Marketing, promoting businesses through Pay Per Click and Search Engine Optimization, which required downloading traffic reports to track efforts and success.

So much data from so many directions, David developed a way to dissect it faster. Applying some of his programming skills proved beneficial in merging a lot of this together, so the schooling was definitely worth the time.

During the process of developing a unique method of discovering a person's Natural Talents and Gifts, David discovered a way that allowed a person to 'express in words' their own natural talents in ways they couldn't before.

Some of his includes 'Breaking down the complex to simplify things by making quick reference guides for consistency', 'Creating a process to understand things easier by making a Step-by-Step guide for an assembly line smoothness using flow-chart type logic to remove questions that prevents progress.' Teaching seemed like a perfect match for this natural gift.

Sharing things in detail of what he's found that made his work easier shows up in his teachings. Selecting specific topics and digging deep instead of just touching the surface is what makes his work stand out.