New Online Marketing Website Launched with Services Starting for Under 10 Bucks

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Marketing Y underscores the latest and the most prominent part of online promotion -- building the number of links to sites, which are being promoted.

Just recently launched MarketingY.com provides online marketing services relying on the latest trend that search engines hold the number of links going to the sites in very high regard. The website allows purchasing various packages for submitting to its own network of web directories and search engine as well as hundreds of directories run by other companies and individuals.

Search engines have evolved since the beginning of the Internet. First, there were meta tags (special pieces of code embedded in each page on a website), then content optimized with the right keywords, but then Google came along and started rating the importance of each page by the number of relevant links going to each site, and the more links the better. The keywords embedded in each link become the most important keywords for that site.

For example, if you make a search for “miserable failure” on Google, the first page in search results is the biography of George W. Bush. When you look at the page, there are no such words anywhere. How did that happen? Webmasters from all over started placing keywords “miserable failure” on their websites and linking them to George W. Bush’ biography, hence the result.

While Marketing Y doesn't target any political leader, it capitalizes on the trend that links are very important and offers submissions to the directories, so that they would place outgoing links to an accepted website. The company was started in 2006 by an experienced online marketer in order to help take the mystery out of online marketing and help increase traffic for its clients.

Contact Marketing Y directly for additional details by visiting http://www.marketingy.com or calling (800) 785-0265.

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