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Old 1st November 2007, 11:19 AM   #1
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One of my alert programs sent this site to me and I had a great time laughing as I watched.

Link Rap w/da Moserious

It's a cute bit of link bait, someone submitted to Digg but surprisingly not to Sphinn which is totally SEO community focused. Will try to take care of that later but...

It's a good idea to identify the fourms, pliggs, discussion boards, communities etc in your industry so when you have items like this video, you take advantage right away.

For example, small business related articles can be fetched at Small Business Brief or Fetch as we like to call it.

Have a new business you want to get off the ground? Take a look at Frost Fire Star

How about a science related site?

Creating link bait that attracts attention is only one part of the process, you need to also find ways to deploy it in order to see any link results.

Take some time before you launch the link bait to identify all the pligg, forum and discussion resources out there, both on the major sites like StumbleUpon and within the focused areas.



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Old 16th March 2008, 01:10 AM   #2
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One of my alert programs sent this site to me and I had a great time laughing as I watched.

Link Rap w/da Moserious

It's a cute bit of link bait, someone submitted to Digg but surprisingly not to Sphinn which is totally SEO community focused. Will try to take care of that later but...

It's a good idea to identify the fourms, pliggs, discussion boards, communities etc in your industry so when you have items like this video, you take advantage right away.

For example, small business related articles can be fetched at Small Business Brief or Fetch as we like to call it.

Have a new business you want to get off the ground? Take a look at Frost Fire Star

How about a science related site?

Creating link bait that attracts attention is only one part of the process, you need to also find ways to deploy it in order to see any link results.

Take some time before you launch the link bait to identify all the pligg, forum and discussion resources out there, both on the major sites like StumbleUpon and within the focused areas.

That's some awesome advice, I didn't even realize that's exactly what I was doing with my post here:
http://www.smallbusinessbrief.com/fo...ewpost&t=18341

Surprisingly enough it's another video by the same guy! (this one is much better though)
Thanks for putting that together for me!

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Old 16th March 2008, 07:43 PM   #3
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The man that made the rap video has quite the collection on YouTube. The last one was about PPC I think...

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Old 19th March 2008, 08:34 PM   #4
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There are so many ways to build links today. Depending on the product a website owner should tap into all "Community Tools For Links." Video, Blogs, Forums, Article Submission, Free Classifieds, Paid Classifieds, Link Swapping and the list goes on and on. I always state that any link is a good link. I posted a comment on a blog that had just added the "no follow" tag and even though I didn't get an inbound link credit I did see a surge in web traffic do from my comment. The use of rap on youtube to build traffic in SEO and PPC I would not have thought possible but it works. Being creative and dedicated will lead to success in link building.

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Very interesting post, thanks!

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