Let me ask you a question fellas…
– What is the best of way of generating highly targeted traffic to your website or blog?
– Pay Per Click? Yes! However, it can get rather expensive if you do not know how to do it right (and for some-even if they do)…
Therefore, another question emerges immediately:
– What is the second best way to drive highly targeted traffic to your website or blog?
The answer to this question is similar to the first one, the difference is-this one is FREE.
You see, there is a way for you to generate highly targeted organic traffic on autopilot 24/7/365 for FREE. How is it possible? Simple!
Search engines love social bookmarking websites. Google, Yahoo, MSN and others are constantly crawling sites like: Digg, StumbleUpon, Delicious, Furl, Mixx, Propeller etc. They are constantly scanning and reviewing the content which is being submitted to the social bookmarking websites by their users. They base the search result rankings by the Title, Description and Keywords or Tags of the submitted content.
Until the social bookmarking trend became popular, people used to save their bookmarks and favorite pages on their computers. Social bookmarking offered a better way of bookmarking. Instead, the user saves them in an online account. Bookmark links in this online account exist in public pages on the website, so a link to your website on a social bookmarking site counts as a backlink to your website. Such
Social Bookmarking is all about keywords. You will need to choose your Title, Description and Keywords (Tags) very carefully in order to get listed high on the search engines. Search engines are constantly crawling the social bookmarking websites and keep updating the rankings every single second. Choosing the right tag, title and description is vital and it is what makes or breaks your search engine ranking results.
Although it might sound hard-believe me it’s NOT! Watch this video below where I prove to you that social bookmarking submission works BIG TIME!
Generating highly targeted traffic is as simple as clicking on the submit button on Digg.