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Run Your Own Blog

This is a pretty no brainer one, a large component of increasing your PR and Search engine optimization in common is you website content. The more articles you have on your website, the higher will be your authority as Google love those blogs that are updated regularly. A blog will make it simpler to regularly add fresh articles to you’re site-thus raising the number of traffic and readers.

You should be posting to your blog as often as possible.  The more often that you’re posting to your blog the quicker your PR rank and Alexa rank will improve.  I personally say that the more you’re blogging and participating out there the faster your blog will grow.  You should be out in the community blogging daily.

 RSS Feed

RSS (Really simply syndication) will assist you increase your PR by enabling Google to list your website quicker and much easier. RSS feeds enable your articles to get distributed to RSS sites-hence raising your daily traffic

Make sure to have an RSS feed as many sites out there will take this feed and auto put it on their site.  This will help you with tons of links on their site as well as getting PR passed to every one of your pages.

Guest Posting

By connecting with other blog owners and online marketers, make an effort to write guest post for other blogs related to your niche. The blogs on which you do guest post mush have a higher pr than your own blog. So, in this way you will be able to have back link from authority site.

I personally like to guest post on like 2-3 different sites a day.  This is how I get the majority of links that are passing to PPC dot org.

Update New Content

If you want your site to get noticed by Google and other search engines than update it regularly with fresh informative contents as Google crawls those websites very often that are updated frequently.

These are just few tips that can help any webmaster to increase his/her website PR. Also want to mention here that SEO is not a constant process as Google and other search engines change their search algorithms time to time.

John Rampton is a PPC Entrepreneur, Author, Founder at Due a finance company helping small business owners. Follow me on Twitter @johnrampton

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