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Discussion in 'Link Development' started by cdx, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. #1
    Hey all...

    I just wondering how do you use social bookmarking for maximizing its effect on serp.

    Thanks,
    Guy
    SEMrush
     
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  2. kh7

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    The main thing is that it creates (if done well) exposure for your site, which in turn can lead to links to your site.
     
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    Some social bookmarking websites allow the profile pages to be crawled, so every time your site is bookmarked it gives you a backlink.

    And as the poster above stated, even if it doesn't allow these pages to be crawled it creates a lot of exposure to your site, especially if the bookmarkee has a lot of friends.
     
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    @PoemofQuotes said it true. There are many high PR social bookmarking sites with tons of traffic. To get max benefit of these site, you should write an interesting story or something in which people take interest. This will catch huge traffic.

    Next, put your keywords in title or story and put link in description having keywords in anchor.
     
    Mr_Kumar, Jan 23, 2007 IP
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    A lot of sites will syndicate the feeds from sites like technorati so you can get backlinks. Other social sites will get your site in the eeyballs of other webmasters who may link to you or syndicate your content hopefully with a backlink.
     
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    I would not rely on social bookmarks for links. They are simply way too saturated with other links/bookmarks. On top of that most of them will use nofollow by now.
     
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    it's okay for serp, but I would use it more to be discovered more than anything....
     
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    Then pay a butt load of people do socially bookmark it for you, or get lucky. It's hard to crack the code but i've followed some stories where they solicited bookmarks etc and then once they reached on of the first few pages their (digg/redit/netscape vote/insert goofy social bookmarking name here) went from 50 to 1500.

    It's crazy, if you can figure it out let me know. I'd love to game the system.
     
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    Thanks for all the response...

    The point is that when I think about it - all MY social bookmarking are my clients, and in all those websites I have Google analytics. It's so obvious that is not natural, and I don't want to be like that.

    I can add more websites - and not just mine, it will do the work ?

    Guy.
     
    cdx, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    Well, it depends on which social bookmarking service you are talking about. Each has its own rules.
    Netscape will ban you if you submit too much from one domain
    Stumbleupon will just stop you from submitting stuff from a domain that you've submitted too many URL's of. It will not ban you from doing anything else. And if you wait it out, you can submit other stuff again.
    Delicio, Furl and yahoo-bookmarks will not do anything. But it will impact the social aspect of those services if you are too obviously just submitting your own stuff.
     
    kh7, Jan 24, 2007 IP