There are lots of great ways to get your links out thereyou are probably already using them:
– Social Bookmarking (Digg, Technorati, Furl, StumbleUpon, Delicious and others)
I started a new Twitter account, and started following a bunch of other people and “guru’s” in Internet Marketing. I also found a cool tool called TweetLater that I set up so that when someone follows me, I automatically follow them back.
A lot of people have it set up so that when I follow them, they follow me. I’ve built up a few hundred people I am following and who are following me, and I posted my twitter name on my blog so that people can follow me too.
There is an awesome tool for social bookmarking called Social Marker ‘you can go in there and bookmark your web pages with tons of the social bookmarking websites.
I recommend that you only use 5 or 10 at a time so that you aren’t spamming your links everywhere.
You want to make sure that you are always givingnot spamming. Provide not only valuable, but relevant information.
If what you are providing is relevant and of value to them, they’re going to want more of it. This is one of the primary reasons for a squeeze page. When they come back for more, you’ll have their information.
I also created free web pages, added my content, and linked back to my website using free tools that most people know about:
– Blogger: Create your free blog
– Create a free website and a free blog
– Webon, www.webonsites.com
Again, the idea is not to spam, but to add useful content. You have to give before you can ever expect to receive. Write a little article, or comment on what is going on in the industry.
You can add 1 or 2 links back to your website so that you are getting the back links to your website. But make sure that you are adding original content each time you are creating these pages.
The nice thing about these tools is that once you set it up the first time, it’s there and it will stay there forever! You can come back and updated these websites every so often.