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Saturday, June 02, 2007

Google Page Rank-Important?

The first time I heard about a Google page rank it was from my husband after he started working on getting our websites more popular. However, it wasn't until he started getting me interested in blogging that I came face to face with the actual need for Google page rank (PR) and the incoming links that help make this rank possible in the first place. Does it matter? I started my blogs just about the time that Google was redoing their ranks. I found out I had to wait 3 months to get a rank above zero. You bet it matters!

If you would like to learn the ins and outs of how to optimize your website for the highest possible PR, James Martell's Backlinks Workshop is certainly one of the ways to go. He teaches you about work in affiliate marketing in his inbound link building workshop. One of the questions answered is "how do I get my site to have more traffic than the other guy?"

The key to any good website is mass exposure through the search engines. He has the strategies that have been working for him since 1999. At this time, he has nearly 100 sales sites online. If you are interested in taking your website to another level, James Martell's 389 page e-book will work for you. There has also been a video added recently.

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