sometimes to any website, one of the hardest things to do is to link in-depth content.
These links usually help the website perform best in search engines. This is because although hundreds or thousands of links may be needed to help a homepage rank high, it may only need a few links to help a deep page rank.
In this article, I give you some tips on establishing these deep links.
There is a tool in my computer, and I have always liked it. But until today I did not realize that it can do more for me.
The tool is the Blinkx desktop indexer.
The reason I like it so much is because it inserts this small toolbar in my office program and web browser, and actively searches for content related to any content in the current application.
In other words, when I wrote this document, the indexer was searching the web and returning content similar to what I was writing.
In addition, as the document grows and the context changes, Blinkx will re-evaluate it and return more different results.
It works by first indexing the content of the document, and then trying to extract a meaning, just like a large search engine like Google. In this sense, it will search for matching similar results on the Internet.
But it is not limited to ordinary web pages. It can also search news, videos, blog sites and even Wikipedia.
Now you may not need all these other sources of information, but it is best to see which information might be considered relevant.
How to use Blinkx to build deep links
first step – let Blinkx!
Please go here to download and install Blinkx.
You may need to restart after installation, but this is no problem. You will also find that Blinkx will index any file on your hard drive.
You can also make it an index, just as it wants. However, it will also wait for indexing until the computer is idle.
Step 2 – Open the browser
when you open your browser, you’ll see a new toolbar – a very small – in the upper right corner of the screen. There should be a red “b” and some more symbols. If you give them some time, you will see the Blinkx toolbar darken. This means that Blinkx has found relevant content from various sources.
From here, you can navigate to the page where you need to establish a link and observe the changes in the Blinkx toolbar.
Step 3 – review relevant content
when you move your mouse over the image toolbar, you will see the content of the page content Blinkx found with your relevant. If the icon is not as bright as the surrounding icons, it means that it has not found anything that it thinks is relevant.
However, if the icon is dark, there is related content. Moving the mouse over the icon will tell you the location of the content, and clicking the icon will display a list of pages found by Blinkx that are related or related to the content of the page you are on.
You will want to stick to the main web results (indicated by the globe icon) and blog results, which look like speech balloons. From these two sources, you should be able to find many related web pages.
Sometimes you can’t find relevant content, which is expected. But most of the time you will.
From here, the usual link building strategy should work. Click on the link returned by Blinkx to see if the site is relevant to your content. If so, see if there is a way to submit the page to the site.
For example, if it is a blog, you can post comments on the blog. This is a very useful article. I found it to be a very useful article. I found some useful information on this page.
If comments are not possible, maybe you can email the blog owner directly and send him the link to your page. He can add it to his position for you.
If it is any other “regular” website, you can see if there is an “add URL” link on the page, you can submit your page like this, or you can look for the contact information of the webmaster or website owner and pass Send them an email and submit the web page URL to them again to let them know that the content is related to a specific page on their website.
finally. . .
As with any link building, we can see that this can (and most likely is) a very time-consuming process.
However, to build those high-quality deep links, this is just another strategy you can use to find those hidden gems. Obviously, you can use this system to establish more deep links. I find that Blinkx is very effective in matching any content. Although it seems to do better for deep content (because it is generally more thematic), it is also quite effective at matching wider content on pages that span multiple topics.