Cam Girl Site Will Not Survive Without Back Links

by Alex Shwarz on March 14, 2009 · 0 comments

Most likely the reason you have your own cam site is to make money. And to make money you need a steady traffic of visitors to your site. These visitors could come from anywhere on the web but in most cases they come from search engines like Google. To be on the first page of Google you need to have links on other sites pointing to your site. The more you have the better chances are.

When you type some search term in Google you get back thousands or sometimes millions of search results. But only ten of them are located on the first page. If your site managed to get to this first page, you are the winner! Only 1% of visitors will look at the 2nd, 3rd, etc pages. So how to get to the 1st page?

Let’s look at some real example. A guy types “strippers live chat” (without quotes) and gets 890,000 search results. Only ten of them on the home page. In order for you to get on the first page for this search phrase you need to have the text “strippers live chat” some where on your site, preferably both in a title of page and in the middle. But every site out of 890,000 has this text. This is why you need links to your site from other relative sites. They help you to stand out of 890,000 sites.

To have a quality back link you you need to make sure that:

  1. This is text link not an image (i.e. you can highlight it with mouse cursor)
  2. This text link should exactly match the phrase that you want your visitors to use to find you
  3. The site where this link is should be relevant to your site

You should constantly be looking for other sites, get in touch with their owners and negotiote placing of text link to your site. In my next post I’ll explain how you can easily get email address of any site owner.

Mean time I have a blog that reviews web cam girls. You can be featured on this blog if you like for free. You’ll get about 3-4 text links to your site. Contact me here if you want to be featured:

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