If there's one thing that's the Holy Grail in terms of ranking well in Google, it's links. And lots of them. That's pretty much carved in stone. But the old way of simply swapping links (two way linking) with other sites just doesn't cut the mustard any more. So what do you do?
Naturally, you do things the right way. You can get your sites ranked in every conceivable niche: from affordable auto insurance to caring for your pets to wedding planning advice to astronomy. Choose the right keywords and you can break into any niche with this technology.
How It Works
The system uses a method of linking known as n-way linking. Unlike the traditional one-way link, where only one site benefits, with a n-way link all "n" sites get what Google sees as a one-way link to their web site (where "n" is 3 or more). Lost already? Let's take a closer look...
In the old reciprocal link method, site A linked to site B and site B linked back to site A:
Google does not value that kind of link very much at all anymore. Google wants to see one-way links (or at least what it believes are one-way links).
What the One Way Links Program does is build ring networks of sites. That can be a small network of 3 sites:
...all the way up to a ring of "n" sites where "n" is the number of sites in the network. So, as the number of sites in the network grows, "n" increases. A site will typically link out to half the sites in the network and get incoming links from half the sites as well.
But there are no reciprocal links. Let's look at an example where there are just six sites in the networK:
If you follow th arrows, you'll see that each site is several rings (3-way links, 4-way links, 5-way links, etc.). For example:
And as new sites get added to the network the number of site rings increases exponentially. This is where the power of this system lies.
Google sees each link in the in this link exchange as a one-way link
and gives it the FULL ranking value of a one-way link.
It Only Takes a Few Minutes To Set Up
This new linking technology is designed to be "set it and forget it." There are only 3 steps to getting your site started on the path to ranking in Google:
Add your domain name into your account with your chosen keywords.
Upload a PHP file to your site and add a small bit of PHP script to your Links & Resources page.
Link to the Links & Resources page from your home page.
That's all you have to do. The whole process takes only a few minutes. After that everything is automated. The system will start spreading links across the network automatically, performing n-way link exchanges between your site and other sites in the network. You don't have to touch it again!
Google Gets What It Wants
Remember that not all links are created equal. Before it will rank your site for its selected keywords, Google wants to see certain kinds of links pointing to your website. And those things are:
A Variety of Link Texts
You may not be aware that Google will either discount or ignore all of your links if all of those links contain the same link text. Google likes to see diversity in the text of the links pointing to your site.
Research has shown that using a 60% / 30% / 10% linking pattern works best. What this means is that means that about 60% of your links will contain your primary keywords, 30% will contain your secondary keywords, and 10% will contain your third-choice keywords.
Google will also ignore or discount links if they come from web sites that are hosted on the same webserver, are on the same IP address, or even if they come from sites on different Class C IP addresses that are too geographically close to each other.
The One Way Links Program perfectly mimics a natural network of links, because, yes, that's exactly what it is! Members have sites hosted all around the world so your sites will get inbound links from sites located all over the globe, on a very diverse variety of IP and Class C addresses.
Steadily Growing Number of Links
Google don't like it if hundreds of links to your site suddenly appear and they won't value those links perhaps for many months. Your site will be put into the "Google Sandbox". When this happens, you have to wait anywhere from 3 months to a year before you'll see the Google apply the value of those links to the ranking of your site.
The One Way Links Program adds links to your sites slowly, at the rate of 0 to 2 links per day. That means that there will be some days where no new links are added, and some days where up to 2 are added - just the way natural linking occurs.
...And You Get What You Want
An Ever-Growing Set of Inbound Links To Your Sites
Depending on the One Way Links Program package you choose, your account will give you you the ability to put up to 50 of your web sites into the network. Each of those sites will receive inbound links from other sites in the network. Each of those sites will receive about 250 incoming links from other sites in the network.
Consider this example for a moment: if you select your keywords wisely and earn only $1 in AdSense per day per web site, you're looking at a monthly income from AdSense alone of $1,500 per month.
Remember, this is a "set it and forget it" system. Each site takes only a few minutes to set up for the network. And once that's done the rest is taken care of for you.
This frees up your time to build even more links through article marketing, article distribution on blogs or by other means (this is important if you're trying to rank for very competitive keywords). You'll save a ton of time by not having to manually submit links to hundreds of sites!
A Secure Environment
Every site is manually reviewed for approval into the network. This ensures that only good quality, family-friendly sites that are already indexed in Google will be linking to your site (or linked to from your site). No adult, gambling, illegal sites, or sites with religious content are allowed into the network. You never have to worry about linking to sites that you would not approve of.
Automated processes verify that all of the sites in the network maintain their links to your site. Any sites that don't are removed from the network.