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Next send us an email to javinev78@hotmail.com where our link appear in your web.

Your link will appear in: link, add site, lottery and the next pages. We will send you the location of your link.

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Why Exchange Links?

Link Exchange Increases PageRank - Google's PageRank is an important measure of the popularity of each web page. The higher your site's PageRank, the better your site will rank in Google's search results.

Link Exchange Increases Link Popularity - The number and quality of websites that link to your website is one of the most important factors that help all search engines to determine your site's relevance for a search phrase. Exchanging reciprocal links with other websites has proven to be an extremely effective solution for webmasters seeking to improve their search engine rankings. Each incoming link is a vote for your site. After all, the other webmaster has reviewed your site and found that it is of sufficient quality to be listed on his site. This vote forms the basis for some search engines that base their ranking of sites in their results on exactly these votes. The number and quality of these votes represent what is referred to as "Link Popularity".

Link Exchange Improves Your Search Engine Positioning - Because it increases your link popularity, link exchange will continue to be an essential factor in successful search engine marketing and search engine optimization campaigns for the foreseeable future.

Link Exchange Brings Free Traffic - Since link exchange generates many links pointing to your website, whenever a surfer clicks on one of those links, you've got a new targeted visitor!. If your link is shown on thematically related sites, there is a good chance that visitors to these sites will find your link interesting and want to visit your site too. Why exchange links then? Because what goes around, comes around. You provide traffic to your link partners, they provide traffic for you. By engaging in a reciprocal link exchange, you effectively vote for their site, and they vote for your site.

Link Exchange Enriches Your Website - By offering your visitors a link exchange page, you are giving them valuable information! A link exchange page is ultimately a list of websites that provide the kind of content that your visitors are looking for, and is a valuable resource to them.

What is PageRank?

PageRank (PR) is a numeric value that represents how important a website is online. Google is the idea that when a page places a link to another, is in fact a vote for the latter.
The more votes a page has, will be considered more important by Google. Moreover, the importance of the page that casts the vote also determines the weight of this vote. In this way, Google calculates the importance of a page with all the votes you receive, taking into account the importance of each page that casts the vote.
PageRank is the way that Google has to decide the importance of a page. Is a valuable data because it is one of the factors that determine the position will have a page within the search results. It is not the only factor that Google uses to rank pages, but it is one of the most important.

In addition, Google admits that a page can not control the links that point to it, but you can control this page links to other web places. Therefore, links to a page can not harm it, but it links to a page set to penalized sites, can be harmful to your PageRank.
 

The History of PageRank

PageRank was developed by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Stanford. At the time that Page and Brin met, search engines typically linked to pages that had the highest keyword density, which meant people could game the system by repeating the same phrase over and over to attract higher search page results.

PageRank is patented by Stanford, and the name PageRank likely comes from Larry Page, in the United States on January 8, 1998. The original title is "Method for node ranking in a linked database ", and was assigned patent number 6,285,999.

How to increase the page rank?

Usually when a page is new (PR 0) bar and even show you get that link, your pagerank will continue so until it carries out the update page rank . This update is performed every 3 months (never have the exact date).

The ideal formula to improve page rank is to make quality sites, a unique and useful content that people will link your pages naturally. The content will always be more important than the links. This is how the page rank algorithm .

However, you may be convinced that your site has good content and still not been able to get page rank or position .

We'll give you some suggestions:

1. Make a site with valuable content that makes users find the information they seek.
2. Avoid copying information from other sites, search engines do not like duplicate content, or copies or clones of sites.
3. Take high in subject directories which allow you to advertise your site to make it known.
4. No effort to please the search engines, better channel its energies on improving the experience of your visitors, your site must be for humans and not robots.
5. Do not use advertising that can be annoying to visitors, if you want to monetize their websites, use Google Adsense , which handles advertising discreet and accurate for its visitors.

¿What is SEO?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

SEO is the process of improving the visibility of a website or a web page in search engines via the "natural" or un-paid search results. In general, the earlier (or higher on the page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine's users.

As an Internet marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work, what people search for, the actual search terms typed into search engines and which search engines are preferred by their targeted audience. Optimizing a website may involve editing its content and HTML and associated coding to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines. Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic.

How Search Engines Work

The first basic truth you need to know to learn SEO is that search engines are not humans. While this might be obvious for everybody, the differences between how humans and search engines view web pages aren't. Unlike humans, search engines are text-driven. Although technology advances rapidly, search engines are far from intelligent creatures that can feel the beauty of a cool design or enjoy the sounds and movement in movies. Instead, search engines crawl the Web, looking at particular site items (mainly text) to get an idea what a site is about. This brief explanation is not the most precise because as we will see next, search engines perform several activities in order to deliver search results – crawling, indexing, processing, calculating relevancy, and retrieving.

First, search engines crawl the Web to see what is there. This task is performed by a piece of software, called a crawler or a spider (or Googlebot, as is the case with Google). Spiders follow links from one page to another and index everything they find on their way. Having in mind the number of pages on the Web (over 20 billion), it is impossible for a spider to visit a site daily just to see if a new page has appeared or if an existing page has been modified, sometimes crawlers may not end up visiting your site for a month or two.

After a page is crawled, the next step is to index its content. The indexed page is stored in a giant database, from where it can later be retrieved. Essentially, the process of indexing is identifying the words and expressions that best describe the page and assigning the page to particular keywords. For a human it will not be possible to process such amounts of information but generally search engines deal just fine with this task. Sometimes they might not get the meaning of a page right but if you help them by optimizing it, it will be easier for them to classify your pages correctly and for you – to get higher rankings.

When a search request comes, the search engine processes it – i.e. it compares the search string in the search request with the indexed pages in the database. Since it is likely that more than one page (practically it is millions of pages) contains the search string, the search engine starts calculating the relevancy of each of the pages in its index with the search string.

There are various algorithms to calculate relevancy. Each of these algorithms has different relative weights for common factors like keyword density, links, or metatags. That is why different search engines give different search results pages for the same search string. What is more, it is a known fact that all major search engines, like Yahoo!, Google, Bing, etc. periodically change their algorithms and if you want to keep at the top, you also need to adapt your pages to the latest changes. This is one reason (the other is your competitors) to devote permanent efforts to SEO, if you'd like to be at the top.

The last step in search engines' activity is retrieving the results. Basically, it is nothing more than simply displaying them in the browser – i.e. the endless pages of search results that are sorted from the most relevant to the least relevant sites.

 
   

 

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