First of all, before a go any further and explain how Ultimate Demon can be used ot make unique link structures, I should point out that this is a linking strategy that meant just as a jumping off point for your own ideas. I know many of you out there will have already had considerable success in Internet marketing using traditional linking techniques. Tiered linking and link structures such as “pyramids” and “link rings” do work if done properly.
However, I’m going to share with you here in two, possibly three instalments, a different way of looking at links. You see, I don’t organise my links by link platform, I organise them by value. The higher the PR or the lower the Alexa ranking the more valuable the link is to me.
What’s been preventing me, and probably many others in Internet marketing and search engine optimisation over the years from in inventing a more sophisticated and probably better system than this has been the simple administration of the sites.
Handling thousands of sites and remembering which sites from which category belong in which ranking or tiered group can quickly become a headache. Simply saying
“It’s a WEB2 therefore it’s a tier one link structure”
… is the simple quick and easy way to do it. But if you think about it, it’s also the laziest and most wasteful
I’m pretty certain developers of Ultimate Demon did not set out to provide a new method or theory for creating quality link structures, they certainly don’t mention it in their literature. It’s probably easiest to use Ultimate Demon in the same way as you used every other linking tool out there. Put your Web 2.0 properties close, then your high ranking article sites behind that as your second tier, and then use things like bookmarks and scrapebox blasts, forum profiles or whatever behind that. That’s what everybody else does and it certainly had the easiest way to do it with Ultimate Demon.
But with update 126.96.36.199 which allows greater administration and bookkeeping within Ultimate Demon itself, coupled with the fact that this software is set up with projects and tasks in mind in the first place, it’s quite easy for you to see the possibilities to do things slightly differently. To spend some time sifting through the sites with the tools available within the software to ensure that the highest value links, regardless of what platform they are on, are tier one and closest to your sites and the lowest value links further out.
Put in simple terms, there are many Web 2.0 sites that are absolutely rubbish, and there are many blogs and bookmarking sites that you could leave your comment and links on that have high PR on the URL your comment and link will appear on.
While it’s true that the very best sites such as wordpress.com and blogger do have high PR, they also have the strictest approval systems you will ever find.
In 2010, the last time the administrators of wordpress.com published any results, they notified their blog followers that they had deleted 15 million WEB2 sites for the offence of “self-promotion” in the year ending April 2010. They also noted that this figure was growing hugely year by year. 2012 may well see 30 million or more URL’s deleted by wordpress. They don’t want your self promotional written work, and they are actively deleting it as fast as they can find it.
Conversely there are many bookmark sites and blog, pages that have a wonderfully high page rank, 6 or 7 sometimes even 8. That will accept your well thought out comment and it will you make an excellent long-lasting first-tier link.
It’s a mistake to think that there is some inherent value in a site simply because it is labelled Web 2.0, and this value can not, and does not exist on a site simply because it is a “blog comment” platform a “forum” or a “bookmarking site”.
It’s the mistake many people in internet marketing make.
Ok, I’m being a little unfair, perhaps it is simply done because up until Ultimate Demon most tools were set up to provide you with links in a structured way which did not allow for you to actually sort those with value regardless of platform from those with little value.
Sorry this post has been a bit of waffle. Hopefully describes the concept and where were going to go. I already have the feeling that this will be at least a three-part tutorial rather than two. Anyway, watch the video it’ll only take a moment or two and you will be set up for part to which I’ll be posting in the next three or four days.
Finally, remember this is just to give you some ideas. Thinking of different ways of approaching the topic of getting good links, having structures that no gas is using and making the most from the tools you spend your hard earned cash every month to own. After all that’s what we at demondemon.com are all about.