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Internet Marketing: The Amazing Formula That Will Turn Your Website into a Million Dollar Cash Machine By Meir Liraz Copyright © 2013 by Meir Liraz. All rights reserved. Table of Contents 1. The Amazing Formula in Action 2. How to Discover Profit-Driving Keywords 3. How to Monetize Your Site 4. How to Create a Site That Will Attract Tremendous Amounts of Traffic 5. How to Create an External Linking Structure That Will Blast Your Site to the Top of Google Appendix 1: List of Tools and Services You Need in Your Arsenal to Make the Amazing Formula Work Appendix 2: The 50 Best Paying Affiliate Marketing Markets Appendix 3: Sources for Backlinks Sorted by Category and Page Rank 1. The Amazing Formula in Action There is a special breed of Cyber-Millionaires that are making money on the internet like crazy. You've probably never heard of them. They keep themselves and their activities under the radar. Why? because they follow a certain success formula and they don't want you or anyone else to discover it. This Amazing Formula can make any website spit out money like a drunken ATM. It has created more millionaires than you could ever think possible. How do I know? I am one of those Millionaires, and I'm going to reveal to you now each and every component of this incredible formula. My name is Meir Liraz. You may have seen my name on the internet, probably in relation to my activities as a writer and publisher of business guides. T his is just one side of me, the visible one. There has been another side to my online presence, a concealed one. And there is where I've been taking advantage of the Amazing Formula to accumulate my seven figures fortune. So why reveal the formula now? Well, I'm semi retired and I've made enough money so that my kids do not need to work one more day in their lives (if they so desire). I've had my blessings and now I want to help others succeed as well, this is my way to give back. Now look, 99% of the folks who try to make it on the Internet follow the same rout, the same set of activities. They all move in one big herd. Listen, In the highly competitive online arena, when you do the same as anyone else you don't stand a chance to succeed - you are doomed. In order to win the internet battles you must go off the beaten path, you need to do something different, you need a competitive edge - and that is where the Amazing Formula comes into play. It gives you that "unfair advantage" to boost your sales, pile up profits and leave your competitors in the dust. When a soldier goes into battle he seeks to equip himself with the best weapons he could lay his hands on. The same goes for the internet battles. The single most important factor in utilizing the Amazing Formula successfully is equipping yourself with the right tools and services. The magic word is 'Automation'. You need to have the best tools and you need to know how to put them to best use. This is critical, some of the tools that I'll show you can actually heart you if not used correctly. Look, in order to make money on the internet you need to get noticed by the search engines and you need to climb up the search engines result pages (SERPs). Unfortunately Google and the other search engines give preference to large and established sites. The little guy with a relatively new or small website does not stand a chance. You could of course go the "natural" rout. That will take you about 5 years to establish a site that will be liked by Google. I don't know about you, but I prefer to start making money with a new site much earlier than that. That is why you need to use some special tools, to take some unconventional measures - you need to be a little more creative. Sound complicated? don't worry, It's all an integral part of the Amazing Formula. As a matter of fact, one of the best kept secrets of the cyber-millionaires is what tools they use and how they make use of them for maximum benefit. The way the Amazing Formula system works is simple. You focus on creating quick little sites that each target a laser targeted long-tail keywords. Once you complete one site you quickly move onto the next. So you don't want to spend too much time on any one site. This way you create, one by one, an army of passive income websites that keep producing cash for years. I'll show you exactly how to create and promote your first money making website, than you just rinse and repeat to create as many websites as you wish, the more sites you create the more money you make. The only limit is how far you want to go. Now let's not waste any more time and move directly to the first component of the formula. Go to Top 2. How to Discover Profit-Driving Keywords The first component of the Amazing Formula deals with deciding on the keywords your site is going to target. This is a crucial decision and a fundamental part of achieving success with the formula. You could do everything else perfectly, but target the wrong keywords and your site will be a total failure. in this chapter I'll tell you exactly what to look for when searching for good solid keywords. Most Internet Marketing "experts" and the self-proclaimed gurus will tell you to use the Google Keyword Tool (now called: "Keyword Planner" and is only available to Adwords account users) for your keyword research. This is a big mistake! if you only use the Google tool you'll end up going in circles with the rest of the herd achieving no success. Why? although the Google tool will provide you with a nice list of several hundred keyword variations, it will tell you nothing as to the competitiveness of the terms. You have no clue as to how hard it will be to rank in the search engines for any specific term. This is critical. Most newbies will choose a term from the Google Tool that is too competitive and end up hitting a brick wall. You certainly don't want to be spending any time or money building a site that will never rank in the SE's. In order to implement the formula successfully you need to utilize for your keyword research a tool named Keyword Canine (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/canine). Keyword Canine (KC) will also provide you with a nice list of several hundred keyword variations but it goes beyond the Google Tool in that it will also analyze the competitiveness of each keyword variation. This is crucial and that is where you gain your "unfair advantage" over the 99% that only use the Google Tool. How does KC do it? it has a special algorithm in its backend that looks at the top 10 Google search results for your chosen keyword and produces an accurate analysis in the form of "Very Easy, Easy, Moderate, Hard or Fierce" so you can literally plug in your keyword and get an instant answer. Keyword Canine has a ton of additional features that can help you as an Internet marketer but for the purpose of the Amazing Formula implementation, the competition analysis is what we need. I'm not going to walk you here thru the steps of conducting a keyword research with Keyword Canine as they have pretty good tutorials explaining everything. Simply sign for the service and follow their instructions. Now let's see what properties a keyword must have in order to make us the most money. For starter it has to be of a commercial value. This relates to our business model, the way we monetize our site. I will elaborate on this in a later chapter but for now I can tell you that our income will come from two sources: a. Google AdSense ads. b. Affiliate Programs To maximize our income from those two we need to look for keywords in markets that has AdSense advertisers and affiliate programs that are willing to pay us top dollars. in the appendix you can find a list of the 50 best paying affiliate marketing niches. These are the markets that has a high concentration of AdSense advertisers and affiliate programs that are willing to pay top Dollars for your referrals. If you plan to tap any of these niches you must take into consideration that these are also the most competitive ones. However, I think it is still possible to find gem keywords in these areas provided you do your keyword research right. Alternatively you can look at other, less competitive, niches and still make good money as long as you take into consideration their commercial value. Another property that you want to consider when looking for a good keywords is the search volume. Obviously, even a #1 ranking isn't going to do you any good at all if nobody searches for the keyword that you rank for. I would say that the minimum search volume you should look for is 200 monthly searches (Keyword Canine shows you the search volume right next to the keywords in the list). Some will say that this is too low to target, however I had many successes with pages targeting close to this number of monthly searches. The next property you need to consider for a good keyword is how competitive it is, how hard it will be to have it ranked in the first page of Google's search results. This is critical, however if you use Keyword Canine it will do the competition analysis for you and come with a recommendation in the form of "Very Easy, Easy, Moderate, Hard or Fierce". I would not go beyond "easy" with a new site. So to summarize, in order to find a good keyword you need to consider: * Commercial value * Search volume * competition strength How many keywords should you target in one site? Some will tell you that you need to look for several terms and optimize each page in the site for a different term. This is not how the Amazing Formula works. For the small niche sites that we create it is best to dedicate each site to only one keyword and direct all our Search Engine Opt imization (SEO) efforts towards the main page that is optimized for that keyword. We don't want to dilute our efforts by targeting several keywords in a site. With this concept in mind we don't want to waste our time looking for other keywords that will not rank anyway. Your time is better spent working on your linking structure (discussed later) or researching new keywords for new sites. Go to Top 3. How to Monetize Your Site The Amazing Formula business model is based on 2 sources of income: a. Google AdSense ads. b. Affiliate Programs Which is better? there is no clear answer to this question. Some niches will produce better with affiliate programs others with AdSense, you should test on a niche by niche bases. Usually you'll make more money with an affiliate site, unfortunately there may be many instances where you will find a good niche with keywords that can be easily ranked but no suitable affiliate program, in this case you'll use AdSense ads, and by the way, this willhappen to you a lot. Once you find a good keyword to target you start looking for an affiliate program that will go with this site. As a rule of thumb you should always prefer to promote digital products (eBooks, software, online services, etc.) over physical products. Why ? because digital products come with higher margins which in most cases translate into higher commissions to the site owner. Where can you find good affiliate programs to promote? Your first bet should be the Clickbank Marketplace (https://accounts.clickbank.com/marketplace.htm) Clickbank offers thousands of products, look for products that are 100% relevant to your niche and has a credible sales page. If you can't find a suitable product at Clickbank try one of the following affiliate program directories: Commission Junction (http://www.cj.com) Affiliatetips.com (http://www.affiliatetips.com) AssociatePrograms.com (http://www.associateprograms.com/directory/) Affiliatesdirectory.com (http://affiliatesdirectory.com/directory) If you still can't find a suitable affiliate program try a Google search that combines your keyword with the word "affiliates" and other similar variations. Sometimes this works and you will find one or more good affiliate offers for your niche. If all of the above does not work and you can't find an affiliate program that is relevant to your target niche, monetize your site with AdSense ads. This is not necessarily a bad thing. I had AdSense ads that produced $5, $6 and even $9 per click. Anyway, don't ever be tempted to post affiliate links that are not fully relevant to your target keywords! this will never produce satisfactory results. Where should you place your affiliate links and AdSense ads on the page? The best spot would be right below the top article title and above the article body, if you are using Wordpress it would be directly below the post title and above the post content. This would be the spot that will by far produce the best results. As for the AdSense ads, I always match the background and border of the ad with the background of the theme where the ad will be placed and I recommend you do the same - my tests show that this increases the effectiveness of the ads. You can use a plug-in for Firefox and Chrome called Colorzilla (http://www.colorzilla.com/) to help you do this quickly. Another good option for the affiliate links is to embed them within the text, preferably towards the top part of the article. As for affiliate links, my tests show that reviews and text ads will , in most cases, outperform banners. I guess some folks simply ignore banners altogether. I seldom use banners to promote affiliate offers, I've always found effective ways to present affiliate offers with text only. I will be the first to admit that my pages are not very pretty, but hey, I'm not in the business of creating cute pages, I am in the business of making money, and for this my "not pretty" pages are doing very well. Below is an example of affiliate links embedded within an article: Here's is an example of affiliate links in a review format placed under the title of an article. By the way, I've used this format, "The 5 Best ...", multiple times with various niches. Over the years this format proved to be very profitable for me. Build an Email List The biggest sin committed by internet marketers is not building an email list made of emails collected from visitors and customers. In order to maximize the profit potential of your site you need to create an email list. Fortunately, all the aspects of building and maintaining a list can be, and should be, automated. Selling to your list is the easiest money you're going to make. Now I'm not going to teach you basic Email marketing here, you'll find plenty of resources online. However, here are 4 important points that you should consider: 1. Build an opt-in form and integrate it into your home page. Place it "above the fold," so visitors can see it immediately and don't have to scroll down. 2. Offer a lead magnet, something that has value that you offer in exchange for the visitor's email address. This could be a free eBook, a special report, a webinar, a list of tips, Etc. You have to tailor the offer to fit your niche so that you keep your list targeted, this is important. 3. Use Weber (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/aweber) to manage your list building and marketing activities. Aweber is the industry standard. It's extremely powerful yet very easy to use, most of the successful internet marketers use it. Working with Aweber is a breath, it will automate all your email marketing activities: creating your sign-up forms, collecting and managing subscribers, sending out scheduled emails and more. 4. Email marketing is about creating a relation with your visitors and customers, it's about trust. Do not abuse it by spamming your list with frequent blatant sales offers. Send them at list 3 useful, content filled, emails for each email that contains a sales offer. Go to Top 4. How to Create a Site That Will Attract Tremendous Amounts of Traffic Once you have chosen your keywords you are ready to build your site. For your domain name you should strive for an exact match domain (EMD) if available. So if your keyword is 'women car insurance' you'll go for www.womencarinsurance.com. if this is not available try the .net, .info or any other TLD that happens to be available. EMD domains used to get you a big advantage with Google - but not anymore. Unfortunately Google has changed their algo regarding EMDs but it still can get you some extra points, and of course anything that Google gives we are willing to take. As for the hosting service I highly recommend you use HostGator (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/hostgator), They are reliable, responsible and very suitable for internet marketing activities. The cheapest and fastest way to build an effective niche site is to use Wordpress. and by the way, HostGator is probably the easiest web hosting platform to install Wordpress on. Using a few clicks of the mouse, your HostGator-hosted Wordpress site will be up and ready in less than five minutes. look for instructions at their site. Once Wordpress is installed on your server there are some modifications that you need to make to the site. First you need to set Wordpress to present SEO Friendly Permalinks. Although we don't' concentrate on the internal pages of our site, they often can rank in the SE's. So it is very important to set a good URL structure. Once logged into Wordpress, Click "Settings" then "Permalinks" and change it from default to "Post Name." This will change the structure of the URL's from default (site.com/?p=114 for example) to a good, SEO friendly version (site.com/title-of-post-goes-here). Now replace the default theme with another one, simply find a new theme that is simple and "clean" - use the automated theme installation process from within Wordp ress. "Appearance" then "Themes" (while logged into Wordpress) then click the "Install Themes" tab. Leave all of the fields empty (they are by default) and then click the "Find Themes" button. Next, Clean the theme from unnecessary elements - by default, most themes have the sidebar loaded up with useless things like META links, a calendar, archives etc. The footer also typically contains one or more links that can be removed and there are a few other useless things included by default as well. So the next step is to clean all of that up! We don't want excessive external links draining the authority we generate, which could be going back into our internal pages. And we want everything focused on the content and the ads. Now you need to set the homepage to show only one article - it needs to look more like a static site and less like a blog. Primarily because it reduces canonical URL's and duplicate content. To do this, you're going to publish the homepage article as a page rather than as a post! Once you've done that, click "Settings" then "Reading" and select the "A static page" radio button and then next to "Front page" select the page that is optimize for your keyword and then click "Save Changes." Now view your site in a browser and you should see that article, and that article only, on the homepage. Now Clean up the footer and the sidebar and remove any unneeded links like the link to the theme creator's website, the link to Wordpress, Etc. What theme should you choose for your Wordpress site? While there are many free Wordpress themes out there, I recommend you use a theme called Thesis (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: http://www.liraz.com/thesis). This is much more than a theme, it's more of a design and template manager for Wordpress and it's the best theme for a business site that is meant to be ranked high on the search engines. Now what about content? You need to start with at list 6 article pages for a new site. Each article should be 500 to 1000 words long. The best source for site content is a service called Article Builder (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/articlebuilder). Article Builder produces high quality unique articles built around the topics and keywords that you give it. Each article is built by weaving together snippets to build an article based on your category and subtopic choices. They have tens of thousands of categorized snippets in the database, every time you generate an article, it's different! If article builder does not have articles in your topic you'll have to contract someone to write the articles for you, this is not expensive. Simply run a Google search for "article writing" or "articles writers" and you'll get plenty of offers. In addition to being a good source of content Article Builder has another extremely useful feature. It can post content automatically to your Wordpress site on the schedule you choose. Why this is important? because Google likes sites that are being updated with new material on a regular basis. It is recommended that you set Article B uilder to post a new article to your site once a week or about 3 articles monthly, this way you'll gain some extra points with Google. Now here is a trick to creating articles fast and cheap. This is not very ethical and I am a bit shame telling you I did it, but anyway since I pledged to tell you all my tricks (or at least most of them ;-), I fill obliged to tell you about this one too, just that you'll know that this is available. Here's how it works, you run a Google search with your topic as the search term, you add the word 'tips' or 'Guide' to the search. Now you collect several snippets from different good on topic articles that came in the search. next, you combine these snippets into one article. Now you spin this article with a spinner software to get an entirely new article. Just make sure you use the manual spinning mode so that your article will make sense. In case you are not familiar with the concept of "spinning articles" here are some explanations. With this process you utilize a simple software program that takes an original article and alter it using replacement words (synonyms via an automated thesaurus) in order to create entirely new articles without having to re-write them. It's called "spinning" an article. This have many uses in the Internet Marketing field and we will talk about it later when we discuss linking strategies. The best spinner software on the market today is called... The Best spinner (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/bestspiner). If you wish to be a successful internet marketer you need to familiarize yourself with this concept. They have on their site a nice video explaining its uses. You should take a look. Optimizing Your Site For the Search Engines Once you have your pages and content in place it's time to optimize them so that your pages will rank as higher as possible on Google and the other search engines. In this section we'll deal with the "On Page" optimization. While the "Off-Page" optimization, mainly the external linking structure (that we'll discuses later), is what will give you your unfair advantage - the on-page optimization is a pre-requisite for the off-page to succeed. What I mean to say is that if the on-page optimization is not done right, the best off-line optimization in the world will not help you one bit. so you need to pay attention here. I'll walk you now step by step in what you need to do: 1. Title tag - this is an HTML tag that goes within the header section of the page. Title tags are the most important on-page factor for SEO. Your keyword should be included within the title tag preferably close to the beginning of it. This is what Google shows on its search results page so you should also make it attractive so that it will entice searchers to click on it. Don't just throw your keyword there, make sure that it is appealing. 2. Headline tags (H1, H2, H3) - make sure your page include one H1 tag with your keyword in it. This headline tag shows Google that the text within it is important to the intended audience. 3. Meta Description tag - while this does not have a bearing on the ranking of the page, Google still pulls the text of how it describes your page to other people from this tag - be sure to make it attractive so that more people will be clicking your page. 4. Images - you should include at list 2 images in each page. Also add one video to one of the pages in your site, you can simply embed a video from YouTube. Make sure one of the images has your keyword in its ALT tag. All other images need to also have ALT tags but should not include your keyword in them. Too many ALT tags with your keyword can lead to an over optimization penalty by Google. 4. Keyword density - the exact keyword density is not important, I'll say it again, the exact percentage of the keyword density is not import. Simply include about 3 instances of your keyword in each page, one of them should be close to the beginning of the article, one of them can be in Bold or Italics and that will do (do not be tempted to overdo it - that's a common newbie mistake). 5. Synonyms - you can include 2 or 3 synonyms to your page that does not include exact words from your keyword. 6. Article Topic - this is important- your content should be on topic and match the niche and the keyword that is being targeted. 7. Outbound link - add one outbound link pointing to an authority site in your topic. This could be a Wikipedia page in a similar topic to yours. Place it at the bottom of the page, you can call it 'recommended source' or something similar. Ah, and do not add a ' no follow' tag to it, leave it in a natural state. 8. Unique Content - the page should be unique and not a duplicated one, if you are using a spun article it should be at least 75% unique. it should also be making sense and has decent grammar. 9. Length of articles - each page should be between 500 and 1000 words long. Be sure to vary the length of the articles in a site. Don't make all the articles exactly the same size. Once your site is online and the on-page optimization is set, it's time to start creating links pointing to it. That's the subject of our next chapter. Go to Top 5. How to Create an External Linking Structure That Will Blast Your Site to the Top of Google Search rankings for a specific keyword are primarily driven by the backlinks to your website using that keyword in the anchor text. But not all backlinks are treated equally. The more powerful a back link is, the more "juice" it flows into your website. And the more "link juice" that flows into your website, the higher your website ranks in search results. So both quantity and quality of back links are important in ranking higher in search results. Getting external links, the link building phase of the Amazing Formula is the single most critical factor for attaining high rankings and consequently making money online. Your link building activities are what will make or break your online business. On one hand, when done right, it can blast your pages to the top of Google - on the other hand, even a small mistake can drop your pages into the Google abyss. Too many links containing the exact same anchor text - Boom, Busted! Too many links from low quality sites - Boom, Busted! Too many links coming from just one genre (e.g. only from directories) - Boom, Busted! Too many links coming from non relevant pages - Boom, Busted! You get the picture... That is why I strongly encourage you to acquire every piece of link building knowledge you can lay your hands on. Sorry pal, there is no way around it. if you wish to succeed in internet marketing you must know link building. Even if you are planning to outsource your link building tasks, you should be able to supervise everything that is done for you, and you should ask that they get your approval in advance for all the details of each linking campaign they run for you. Listen to what happened to me once... One of my sites had a page that was ranked #6 on the first page of Google's search results for a very competitive term for a couple of years. This page was earning me a nice sum of money day in and day out. One day I decided to try to improve its ranking, I contracted a firm from the Philippines to do a small manual linking campaign for this page. This firm came highly appraised on the forums and the people there were nice and seem knowledgeable. At that time I was busy with a big project and also a bit out of laziness I neglected to ask for a preapproval. To make a long story short, one month and 400 Dollars later my page sank to the fourth page of the Google SERPs. Now there are two morals to the story: First, don't count on anyone to do a link building job for you without your approval, in advance, of any small detail of it. Second, If you have a money producing page ranked anywhere on the first page of Google - don't mess with it! If you are curious as to what went wrong with this campaign. In the postmortem I discovered that they created too many backlinks with the exact keyword as the link text - and this is something that Google does not like. Now, the best link building knowledge source that I know of is the Link Building Course (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/linkbuilding). I strongly encourage you to buy their course. It's a bit pricy but it is well worth the price. Look at it this way, each mistake that is not being avoided due to lack of knowledge can cost you many many times more than the price of this course. OK, now we are ready to delve into the Amazing Formula's linking strategies. For our external linking structure we are going to utilize the most effective most powerful linking strategy there is, called "Tiered Linking". With Tiered Linking you build 3 tiers of links, the links in tier 1 points to your money page, tier 2 points to tier 1 and tier 3 points to tier 2. Basically you are building backlinks to your backlinks. This structure gives your first tier of backlinks more strength and authority. Over time your tier 1 backlinks will gain page rank and that link juice gets passed directly onto your site. It creates a knock on effect passing huge volumes of link juice and authority all the way down the chain to your site. Another advantage of this structure is that it gives search engine spiders thousands of paths and opportunities to land on your site which will further increase rankings. Here's a diagram that gives you a representation of the Tiered Linking structure: Now let's start with the process of building links for tier 1, these links point directly to your money site. The links for tier 1 should be created manually and gradually. This means it should be done by you or outsourced to a firm that does manual linking - no automatic software at this phase. It should be spread gradually over two months, faster than that can trigger Google's penalty algos. You can’t speed up stuff like building tier 1 links, or else you’re going to get penalized. If you don't have the time or the inclination to do the manual link building yourself, you can outsource it. This is what I'm doing. Manual link building is a tedious task so I usually hire someone else to do it for me. A good and reliable manual link building service that you can hire is Rank Crew (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/rankcrew). I highly recommend them. While building tier 1 you need to vary the anchor text as much as possible since Google discount too many instances of exact match anchor text. Follow these guidelines for the link text (anchor text) of your back links: 20% Main keyword exact match (e.g.: "main keyword") 20% Variation of main keyword (e.g.: "best main keyword resource") 50% Generic anchor text (e.g.: "click here, here, clicking here, good resource, see this, have a look") 10% URL of the page as the link text (e.g.: "www.mainkeword.com" or "mainkeword.com" or "http//:www.mainkeword.com") Now to the actual link building. I can't teach you here all the aspects of doing basic linking, this is beyond the scope of this guide. You should be able to find plenty of resources for that online, or better off, buy the Link Building Course (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/linkbuilding), this is the best resource of linking knowledge that I know of. I will however give you some basic guidelines, point you to the right directions and provide you with a list of sites that can feature links pointing to your site. Important Note: before you create backlinks with any site, make sure they are not adding the NoFollow tag to their links - do not create tier 1 links with sites that NoFollow their links. Now here's a list of site's categories where you should build links for your tier 1 (find more sites in the Appendix): Web 2.0's - great for creating mini sites with articles and videos that link back to your main site. You can use spun articles for the content. Here's where The Best spinner (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/bestspiner) will come handy. You can use articles that are spun to 50%. Create 10 blogs here and post to them with your link embedded. Make sure the topics are relevant to your keywords, this is important. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): wordpress.com blogger.com issuu.com yola.com tumblr.com weebly.com my.opera.com livejournal.com typepad.com sfgate.com Social Bookmarking - get your site bookmarked! 30 bookmarks will do it. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): connotea.org delicious.com digg.com reddit.com slashdot.org stumbleupon.com citeulike.org chime.in bibsonomy.org blinklist.com Directories - web directories are a great source for links - strive for about 40 quality directory links submissions. Seems tedious? there is an excellent tool that can help you with this task. It will make creating manual links from directories a breath. I strongly recommend that you use it: DeepLinkerPro (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/deeplinker) It allows you to use varied anchor text and also to drip feed the submissions over time to make it all look as natural as possible. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): wordpress.org/showcase abc-directory.com cssdrive.com cuedirectory.com dirbull.com dirnext.com Elecdir.com elsf.org envirolink.org freeprwebdirectory.com Blog Directories - If you have a blog get it listed on these sites. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): technorati.com alltop.com blogs.com globeofblogs.com blogcatalog.com topix.net/dir blogtopsites.com blogtoplist.com ontoplist.com hotvsnot.com Quality Article Directories - You can use spun articles for submission to these directories. Note that the better directories will review your artic les before accepting to their site, so make sure they are grammatically correct and make sense. Submit to 30 directories here. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): TheFreeLibrary.com Ezinearticles.com GoArticles.com SelfGrowth.com Gather.com ArticlesBase.com ArticleDashboard.com ArticleSnatch.com ArticleCity.com Isnare.com Video - create some videos and submit to video sites. You can find at fiverr.com folks that will create a nice video for you for 5 bucks a piece. 3 or 4 video submissions will do for this category. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): youtube.com vimeo.com dailymotion.com metacafe.com truveo.com videoegg.com videobomb.com veoh.com liveleak.com ifilm.com RSS Directories - Create a RSS feed and submit to these sites. Submit to 30 directories here. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): topix.net blogdigger.com feedage.com feedcat.net finance-investing.com jordomedia.com medworm.com redtram.com rssmountain.com swoogle.umbc.edu Doc Sharing - Submit a PDF file or a PowerPoint presentation here. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): issuu.com slideshare.net scribd.com docstoc.com thinkfree.com keepandshare.com memoware.com yudu.com ziddu.com docs.zoho.com Press Releases - a good source for backlinks and news coverage - most of them cost money though. Here's a sample of sites in this category (find more in the appendix): businesswire.com prlog.org betanews.com i-newswire.com pitchengine.com pr-inside.com prlog.org businessportal24.com cgidir.com free-press-release.com information-online.com Blog Guest Posting - guest blogging is a powerful link building strategy, however, it’s a time-consuming pain in the butt! This can boost your rankings but it is not mandatory to the Amazing Formula. Link Favors - ask friends, Acquaintances and family to place links pointing from their sites to yours. Creating links for tier 2 and tier 3 Once you have all your tier 1 links set it is time to start building your tier 2 and tier 3 links. While with tier 1 we were careful to create our links manually in order for them to appear as "naturally" as possible, with tiers 2 and 3 we can let the quality slip a bit and increase the overall quantity of links that we build. We still want our links to be contextual and relevant, but we can now use auto generated content on a second tier without a problem. We can worry a lot less about the overall authority and page rank of the domains we are building links from as we start to move the focus away from quality and towards quantity. For tiers 2 and 3 we are going to leave the "manual" path and move to the "automatic" path. We are going to use a tool that will generate all our tiers 2 and 3 automatically. The best tool for this task isSenuke (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/senuke). This is the tool that most successful Internet marketers use. Senuke is a very powerful backlinking tool which has been designed to assist with the time consuming task of creating a large number of links. I'm not going to describe here how Senuke works as they have videos on their site that describe it better than me. What I can tell you is that with Senuke you can create tired link structures. As much as Senuke is powerful it is very easy to operate, creating tiered links is as easy as moving images on a screen - you need to see it to believe, just go to their site and watch the video. Now, what you do with Senuke is create a 2 tiered structure. It looks like a pyramid - one tier points to another tire that points to one of your tier 1 links - you need to build a different structure for each of your tier 1 links. Use their schedule feature to spread it over time. Some say that it is safe to also use Senuke for creating the tier 1 links. They may be right, however being the cautious guy that I am, I am not yet ready to test this Hypothesis. I would stick with using only manual methods for the tier 1 links and I strongly advise you to do the same.. In addition to Senuke The Amazing Formula calls for the use of yet another powerful tool called Backlink Booster (If the link doesn't work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser: www.liraz.com/backlinkbooster). Backlink Booster automatically increases the power of the backlinks to your website. It's both a backlink indexer aim ing to get your backlinks indexed faster, and also a backlink booster to help boost the amount of link juice each of your backlinks sends to your website (use it on your tier 1 backlinks). Now, if we have Senuke why would we also need Backlink Booster? The fact is that many of the backlinks you are building are never found by Google thus seriously diminishing your linking efforts. What Backlink Booster does is it builds backlinks to your backlinks in a way that all of those backlinks that Google didn’t find, are now f ound by Google. This not just help Google discover all of your backlinks, it also "boost" them so that now more link juice gets passed to your site thus the authority they all possess is multiplied, which flows through to your website! So the end result is more, stronger backlinks! My tests show that operating Backlink Booster in addition to Senuke creates a strong synergetic effect that translates in a much better Google rankings. It's the one-two punch that will get you that elusive Unfair Advantage. Anyway, in order to rip the full power of the Amazing Formula you need to activate both Senuke and Backlink Booster. This concludes The Amazing Formula blueprint. Once you completed to create tire 2 and 3 links with Senuke and have Backlink Booster do its thing, all you have to do is sit back and watch your site climb the Google rankings and the money that is pouring into your bank account. Here's To Your Success Meir Liraz # # # # Go to Top Appendix 1: The Tools and Services That You Need in Your Arsenal to Make the Amazing Formula Work 1. Keyword Research Tool: Keyword Canine (http:www.liraz.com/canine) 2. Hosting Service: HostGator (http:www.liraz.com/hostgator) 3. Wordpress Theme: Thesis (http://www.liraz.com/thesis) 4. Content Creator: Article Builder (http:www.liraz.com/articlebuilder) 5. Email Marketing Tool: Weber (http:www.liraz.com/aweber) 6. Article Spinner: The Best spinner (http:www.liraz.com/bestspiner) 7. Links Building knowledge: Link Building Course (http:www.liraz.com/linkbuilding) 8. Manual Link Building:Rank Crew (http:www.liraz.com/rankcrew). 9. Automatic Directory Submission: DeepLinkerPro (http:www.liraz.com/deeplinker) 10. Automatic Link Builder: Senuke (http:www.liraz.com/senuke) 11. Backlinks Indexer and Booster: Backlink Booster (http:www.liraz.com/backlinkbooster) Go to Top Appendix 2: The 50 Best Paying Affiliate Marketing Markets The following are the best paying affiliate marketing markets: Acne Aging Allergies Anxiety Arthritis Asthma Auto Insurance Back Pain Beauty Cancer Cats Cosmetic Surgery Credit Cards Credit Repair Debt Consolidation Depression Diabetes Dogs Email Marketing Employment Fitness Forex Hair Care Hair Loss Health Insurance Home Improvement Home Mortgages Home Owner's Insurance Home Security Homeschooling Insomnia Internet Marketing Life Insurance Muscle Building Network Marketing Nutrition Online casinos Online Poker Parenting Payday Loans Personal Bankruptcy Personal Development Personal Finance Pregnancy Quit Smoking Real Estate Skin Care Snoring Stock Market Stress Teeth Whitening Travel Web Hosting Weddings Weight Loss Go to Top Appendix 3: Sources for Backlinks Sorted by Category and Page Rank This list include the following categories: * Web 2.0's * Bookmarks * Directories * Blog Directories * Quality Article Directories * Video * RSS * Doc Sharing * Press Releases Important Note: before you create backlinks with any of the sites on the following list make sure they are not adding the NoFollow tag to their links - do not create tier 1 links with sites that NoFollow their links. Web 2.0's Domain PR wordpress.com 9 blogger.com 9 issuu.com 9 yola.com 8 tumblr.com 8 weebly.com 8 my.opera.com 8 livejournal.com 8 typepad.com 8 sfgate.com 8 cerncourier.com 8 angelfire.com 7 tripod.com 7 jimdo.com 7 webnode.com 7 posterous.com 7 over-blog.com 7 webs.com 7 diigo.com 7 bravenet.com 7 newsvine.com 7 squidoo.com 7 jugem.jp 7 tripod.lycos.com 7 salon.com 7 goodreads.com 7 alternet.org 7 rediff.com 7 multiply.com 7 plinky.com 7 officelive.com 7 bravejournal.com 7 schuelerprofile.de 7 freewha.com 7 blog.co.uk 6 blogs.rediff.com 6 moonfruit.com 6 zimbio.com 6 fc2.com 6 flavors.me 6 wetpaint.com 6 hubpages.com 6 shutterfly.com 6 quizilla.teennick.com 6 webstarts.com 6 xanga.com 6 podbean.com 6 ucoz.com 6 purevolume.com 6 metafilter.com 6 dailystrength.org 6 democratandchronicle.com 6 wikia.com 6 gather.com 6 skyrock.com 6 carbonmade.com 6 en.netlog.com 6 cafemom.com 6 glogster.com 6 travelblog.org 6 jigsy.com 6 tribe.net 6 blog.de 6 travellerspoint.com 6 zooomr.com 6 piczo.com 6 jazztimes.com 6 dmusic.com 6 fotki.com 6 blogsome.com 6 freeblog.hu 6 twoday.net 6 areavoices.com 6 journalspace.com 6 diaryland.com 6 siteforum.com 6 blinkweb.com 5 doomby.com 5 blogbaker.com 5 http://blogetery.com 5 blogdrive.com 5 onsugar.com 5 opendiary.com 5 thoughts.com 5 ourmedia.org 5 snappages.com 5 spruz.com 5 soup.io 5 sosblog.com 5 dinstudio.com 5 terapad.com 5 webspawner.com 5 migente.com 5 jukeboxalive.com 5 flixya.com 5 ourstage.com 5 sosblogs.com 5 kaneva.com 5 weblogs.us 5 hazblog.com 5 ziki.com 5 pinkbike.com 5 yousaytoo.com 5 wayn.com 5 freehostia.com 5 simplesite.com 5 insanejournal.com 5 blogtext.org 5 myanimelist.net 5 webgarden.com 5 blog.hr 5 boulderweekly.com 5 madville.com 5 beep.com 5 springnote.com 5 zoomshare.com 5 scrapbook.com 5 realbuzz.com 5 ewebsite.com 5 fixya.com 5 350.com 5 blogdetik.com 5 quietwrite.com 5 ourstory.com 5 blogetery.com 5 blog.com.es 5 lifeyo.com 5 weblog.ro 5 postbit.com 5 mytripjournal.com 5 galtime.com 5 freeflux.net 5 blogs.ie 5 worldofminecraft.com 5 foss4lib.org 5 busythumbs.com 4 blogskinny.com 4 mywapblog.com 4 mylivepage.com 4 foodbuzz.com 4 wists.com 4 blurty.com 4 wallinside.com 4 vilago21.com 4 nexopia.com 4 bloghi.com 4 getjealous.com 4 lagbook.com 4 supernova.com 4 hpage.com 4 ohlog.com 4 quechup.com 4 inube.com 4 fotopages.com 4 kiwibox.com 4 upsaid.com 4 weddingwindow.com 4 nearlyweds.com 4 spi-blog.com 4 xomba.com 4 tblog.com 4 tabulas.com 4 2itb.com 4 mahiram.com 4 meemi.com 4 profileheaven.com 4 shoutpost.com 4 blogspot.com.au 4 ontheroad.to 4 blog.ca 4 visualsociety.com 4 nireblog.com 4 blogreaction.com 4 pnn.com 4 freeblogspot.org 4 blogeasy.com 4 blogstudio.com 4 bloggum.com 4 bloggerteam.com 4 wikyblog.com 4 freeblogit.com 4 iseekblog.com 4 free-conversant.com 4 singledad.com 4 typolis.net 4 wikipages.com 4 buzzherd.com 3 publr.com 3 bloguni.com 3 iamsport.org 3 incompany.com 3 bizeso.com 3 flippingpad.com 3 sweetcircles.com 3 myindospace.com 3 weblogplaza.com 3 spyuser.com 3 modwedding.com 3 fotolode.com 3 blogge.rs 3 wedshare.com 3 blogono.com 3 iblog.at 3 journalfen.net 3 metsbook.com 3 salsahook.com 3 getwed.com 3 schuelerchat.net 3 blogster.com 2 directorise.com 2 glbsocial.net 2 uwcblog.com 2 medicalmarijuanalisting.org 2 siterun.eu 2 gonegothic.com 2 blogpico.com 2 evood.com 2 donkbook.com 2 jacso.hk 2 makinitmag.com 2 inlocaltv.com 1 cloodles.com 1 my.telegraph.co.uk 0 livelogcity.com 0 flukiest.com 0 nyc.net.au 0 yapperz.com 0 deinekollegen.de 0 wheretogetengaged.com 0 hipero.com 0 yolasite.com 0 blogspirit.com 0 blogion.com 0 mynewblog.com 0 20six.co.uk 0 myblogsite.com 0 qapacity.com 0 blogstream.com 0 petbam.com 0 jamrie.com 0 honmag.com 0 jamendo.net 0 blog2blog.nl 0 journalhub.com 0 netcipia.com 0 getjelous.com 0 lastbyte.com 0 kambase.com 0 englandbd.co.uk 0 Bookmarks Domains PR connotea.org 8 delicious.com 8 digg.com 8 reddit.com 8 slashdot.org 8 stumbleupon.com 8 citeulike.org 8 chime.in 8 bibsonomy.org 7 blinklist.com 7 diigo.com 7 folkd.com 7 mister-wong.com 7 news.ycombinator.com 7 newsvine.com 7 bizsugar.com 6 jumptags.com 6 tagza.com 6 xmarks.com 6 kaboodle.com 6 tagza.com 6 amplify.com 5 dotnetkicks.com 5 fwisp.com 5 ikeepbookmarks.com 5 kirtsy.com 5 netvouz.com 5 stumpedia.com 5 buddymarks.com 5 clipclip.org 5 dropjack.com 5 linkagogo.com 5 wirefan.com 5 mylinkvault.com 4 oyax.com 4 bookmarktracker.com 4 chipmark.com 4 cloudytags.com 4 de.lirio.us 4 freelink.org 4 bmaccess.net 3 blogbookmark.com 3 rambhai.com 3 blurpalicious.com 0 pineapple.io 0 startaid.com 0 Directories Domains PR wordpress.org/showcase 8 abc-directory.com 7 cssdrive.com 7 cuedirectory.com 7 dir.yahoo.com 7 dirbull.com 7 dirnext.com 7 Dmoz.org 7 Elecdir.com 7 elsf.org 7 envirolink.org 7 freeprwebdirectory.com 7 ilovelanguages.com 7 medranks.com 7 musicmoz.org 7 nutch.org 7 paleoportal.org 7 realtor.com 7 relapi.org 7 thomasnet.com 7 archivd.com 6 art.net 6 bestwebgallery.com 6 Botw.org 6 business.com 6 charitychoice.co.uk 6 cssbased.com 6 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creattica.com 5 css-showcase.com 5 cssleak.com 5 cssnature.org 5 danielmillions.com 5 designflavr.com 5 digmo.org 5 directory-web.net 5 directory.classifieds1000.com 5 directoryworld.net 5 Dirjournal.com 5 dirplanet.in 5 discoverourtown.com 5 divinecss.com 5 dmegs.com 5 domaining.in 5 earthwebdirectory.com 5 elib.org 5 engineersedge.com 5 enquira.com 5 eurobreeder.com 5 exactseek.com 5 Findelio.com 5 foliofocus.com 5 frety.net 5 geniusfind.com 5 gimpsy.com 5 globallinknetworks.com 5 gmawebdirectory.com 5 goguides.org 5 healthdirectorymoz.com 5 hotel-base.com 5 html5gallery.com 5 Iillumirate.com 5 incrawler.com 5 iozoo.com 5 itravelnet.com 5 kwika.org 5 lessonplansearch.com 5 linkandthink.org 5 linksgiving.com 5 locanto.com 5 lshmentor.net 5 marketinginternetdirectory.com 5 massivelinks.com 5 mastbusiness.com 5 mastersite.com 5 mundopt.com 5 onemission.com 5 operationuplink.org 5 overlandagency.com 5 rakcha.com 5 re-quest.net 5 resourcelinks.net 5 screenalicious.com 5 screenfluent.com 5 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