Pleasant Hill, Calif. (PRWEB) July 31, 2005
It takes too much time to individually exchange links with other web sites, but webmasters are frustrated with the automated link exchanges because of the new penalties they are getting from search engines.
ÂUsing the same anchor text for links back to your site can get you ÂOOPed,Â so your Google rating can go down instead of up,Â explained Robert Volk, search engine optimization expert at http://www.Link-Blaster.com.
Recently Google has been giving an ÂOver-optimization PenaltyÂ (OOP) for sites that place links on other sites with the same anchor text for those links. Automated link exchanges generate the same anchor text for links. Webmasters use the automated service to save time and as a faster means to gain more reciprocal links, but now the practice is hurting their site rating instead of helping it.
ÂWe designed a unique automated link exchange that gets around the penalty and provides better quality links,Â explained Volk.
ÂEach member site on our exchange is automatically linked on every other memberÂs site, but the anchor text of the link changes. Now when the search engines compare links they do not see all the same anchor texts, so the penalty does not kick in,Â said Volk.
VolkÂs company, VolkNet Enterprises, operates http://www.Link-Blaster.com. Anyone signing up before the end of August 2005 gets the first month free and $5 off every month for life, with no obligation to continue.
ÂWhen a member joins, they are automatically placed on all other members sites, so the larger the membership, the more advantageous for everyone. Each member also gets the ability to edit which categories they want to show up on their site, and all pages show up as a static html page not a php,Â said Volk.
The system is innovative, and extremely effective. It is completely automated, and the webmaster retains complete control.
For example, a site could select to rotate three keyword anchor texts such as ÂOriginal Oil Paintings,Â ÂReproduction Oil Paintings,Â and ÂFine Art Paintings.Â The webmaster can select the ÂweightÂ or frequency that each anchor text will be displayed. The result is that one link will look like three or more links to the search engines.
ÂSerious SEOÂs have the option to have the link directory hosted on our servers, at no additional charge, so they receive only incoming links with no reciprocals,Â said Volk.
The new service at http://www.Link-Blaster.com began June 25 and is already gaining significant attention from webmasters and search engine optimization specialists. Volk has a significant promotion program underway with adword campaigns on the major search engines, joint ventures, affiliate offers, referral program, and public relations. The result is rapid membership growth.
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