How To Get 66,000 Backlinks to Your Website

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Two weeks ago we hosted our Affiliate Marketing Workshop with Ginette Degner and one of the most common questions we were asked from our students was “How do I get links to my website?”

My favorite, Press Releases.

The success to getting quality backlinks though press releases starts with writing a good story, selecting the right distribution network and reaching outside your traditional community to gain greater exposure.

What should you write about?

Do you have a new product or service; is there any news in your industry going on right now that you can write about?

Set up a Google News profile and monitor the hot keywords in your niche also use Google Insights for Search to find those “breakout trends” in your niche.

A Success Story from one of our Students

The day after our affiliate marketing workshop, April 24th, one of our students decided to give this a try and published their 1st press release on PRWeb using the $250.00 package.

Well it is now two weeks later, lets look at what happened:

Since the publishing of his article, Google reports that there a total of 66,300 backlinks to his website.

And so far from his initial $250.00 investment, he has made back $1600.00 in affiliate sales!

Get Started Now!

Though our association with PRWeb we are able to offer you a 10% off discount to publish your 1st press release.

Get started now and build thousand’s of powerful backlinks now, by clicking here

Certified Master SEO Instructor by the Search Engine Academy and CEO and founder of SEO Training SW.
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