Sunday, July 25, 2004

Free Work at Home Business Traffic Tip - Guestbooks

There are many people that have guestbooks on their websites. A lot of these websites are high ranking and get many visitors. A lot of them also have a guestbook that has a high google PR value.

Do you know what this means? If not, you will in a second!

It means you can go and sign these guestbooks to bring traffic and/or PR to your website. Most guestbooks allow you to put a link to your website in the comment. This gives a link to your website (that's a very good thing). Plus, anyone reading the guestbook may see your link and check your your website (another really good thing).

It's easy to do... just search for your topic and then the words "sign guestbook" after it. For example let's say your website focuses on working at home...

You can go to google or any other search engine you like. Then put in this search... "work at home" "sign guestbook" ... It will bring up sites that have a work at home topic and that have a guestbook for you to sign. Pretty cool, eh?

Don't just randomly post a comment on every guestbook you find. Instead check out the website and leave a sincere comment. This will keep your reputation intact and provide the webmaster with what they are looking for. Win, Win situation!

You can also put a guestbook on your website very easily. This will help you in the long run because it lets visitors make comments (they like that) and it will bring people to your site that are looking to sign a guestbook. While they are there they might find something that interests them... and YOU GET PAID!

You can find a quick and easy way to add a guest book to your site at the Newbie Club. The offer free guestbooks that only take a few minutes to set up. That's where I got mine.

Until Next Time... Have a great day and go get some free traffic to your website!

Dedicated to your success,
Trent Brownrigg

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At 1:00 AM , Anonymous Troy Franklin said...

Thanks for this information. I have heard about blog posting for back links, but you don't see to much about guestbooks.


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