Social bookmarking sites like Digg, Delicious and Reddit are a place to store and share your favorite websites. Just like the “add to favorites” tool on your browser, you can bookmark an interesting website and be able to locate that website when you log in to your account. You can make friends like on Facebook and share those website links with them. You can favorite any website on earth, even your own. How does this help with your website traffic? Let me explain.
Depending on how many friends you have on your bokmarking site, sharing a link to your new blog post with them can create an avalanche of traffic as soon as you post it. Anytime you favorite a site, your friends will be notified through their “friend’s activity” of you posting and they have an opportunity to view it. If they happen to borrow the post for their blog, then all of their readers will see it too and click out on the links for more information. This link to your blog that other users leave on their post creates what is called a “backlink” to your site. Having a lot of backlinks determines how high a positioning you get on a search engine like Google.
How can you make this time consuming and slightly confusing Internet marketing strategy a part of a successful online plan? Outsource it! For as little as $5.00 an hour you can have an Internet marketing trained overseas rep doing this kind of work for you. This can be included in a daily routine of networking tasks that can be performed quickly and easily to help build your business online. Cutting costs and doubling productivity are crucial in today’s economic outlook. You don’t just need another virtual assistant or employee… you need a partner that has specialized marketing skills to help your business grow. Outsourcing is the partner of the future.
Daven Michaels Author of the book Outsource This!