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Multi-Tier Link Strategy

Article marketing can be used as an extraordinary tool to boost traffic and develop new revenue to your website. Pundits contend that a needed ingredient in building links that maximize your ability to captivate and retain new customers, requires the use of a multi-tier link strategy.

Its fairly apparent to mature affiliate marketers that in order to build your business you need to concentrate on building website links. But what many fail to agree is that a link strategy is intensely important in building links Those that try to circulate their content without a link strategy frequently underperform those that include a strategy in their plans.

Building an article submission process or procedure first requires that a solid reputation and approach be maintained throughout. A multi-tiered strategy looks across all Internet properties and uses a layered or tiered framework. The plan of action positions your home site at the top of a pyramid and then builds ensuing layers of web sites under it. With mindfulness for article directories, Web 2.0 sites, social bookmarks and media locations, blog and forum postings and other key properties, the multi-tiered strategy takes shape.

Remember than article submission techniques take some time and composure to be effective. There are a lot of applications that promise instant submission and honest website links But these applications generally use the duplicate list for all of their subscribers so the rank and impression of your article may be threatened. Notable affiliate markets realize that the preferred strategy is home grown and customized to meet their distinguishing website links goals.

Your strategy will take shape over time as you patiently try new methods and outcomes. A strong approach for your article marketing preparation can be built and implemented with some degree of deliberation. A strategy is a living document and requires small changes over time so that it matures and becomes a decent vehicle that always delivers website links.

You may ask if it’s really worth the time and work to build a multi-tier link strategy. It all starts with a decent plan or roadmap of how you will do article submissions before your begin. One pitfall to avoid may trap you in low page rank sites and poor value, do-not-follow links that will quickly depress your website links. The strategy also allows you to appraise your results more effectively. Back links can be traced and recorded and results over time can be analyzed. With a proper strategy, you can also develop a delivery schedule for publishing your content to enhance indexing opportunities. Because your article submissions are controlled, they can properly drip into miscellaneous directories as you deem fit, rather than having an automated blast of to all directories or dripped over a set time frame. And especially, a well documented link strategy allows for ethical content distribution which will instantly place you above the many disreputable and auto-spinned alternatives. A plan is only as good as you make it so take time to consider how you will be developing it beforehand. No plan is perfect out of the gate and it should be a living document. When developing the list of article directories, web 2.0 sites and other potential publishing properties, you should build your own special list as much as possible. All off the shelf applications use standard lists so these should be avoided as they are over submitted by other users. An obvious necessary step in content creation is to ensure that your well selected keywords are wisely placed throughout your documents. You shouldn’t belabor your keywords nor use them out of context. Always wait for a tier’s content to be suitably indexed before proceeding to the next tier. Wait for the search engines to rejuvenate their index of your published work before submitting new content pointing to it. And finally, your should always manage your back links by building direct, indirect, deep, duo and star relationships.