How My Sites Work

We’re all trying to get traffic to our websites.  There’s many ways to do that.  What makes one page better than another.  What and how does Google rate higher than another?  This is known as the Google algorithm and what we know for sure is that the actual details of it are a secret and everybody has a different theory.  We also know that it’s a moving target anyway.  What works today may not work tomorrow.  So how does all this apply to websites like ProspectGeyser.com and AdvertiseYourBusinessNow.com that claim they can bring in organic searches from Google and Yahoo like magic approximating products like Google Adwords and they do it for free?

There are several factors involved in what these websites do that make them very unique.  First, they use the keywords that people on the site enter themselves creating almost an unlimited number of keywords on a site with over 10,000 advertisers in use all at the same time.  It’s a viral site meaning some of the members have created their own pages and blog entries directing people back to the sites.  These create real, very valuable, one-way back links to the sites.  The content on each page is always changing and different based on the keywords people have chosen and the text on each page is different based on the product or service being advertised.  It’s a really big website with lots and lots of pages and content, all different.  It gets a lot of visits overall every day.  It’s properly setup for search engines, i.e. very search engine friendly with proper SEO (search engine optimization) done and submitted on a regular schedule.  These sites literally have been submitted to 1000s of search engines, some manually, even to some obscure directories you’ve probably never heard of which are cornerstones to a lot of other search engines.  Lastly, it’s the rotators.  The rotators throw up what looks like a completely different page to search engine web crawlers.  The site gets looked at multiple times a day by many search engines.  If you’re in the rotators which is the main site page, you just might be the one page that the search engine indexes that particular day at that particular time.  You stay listed for quite a while.   And what gets listed will be listed using the keywords the crawler found.

So all of these factors make these sites quite formidable  in the world of organic search traffic.  That’s not all the advertising that goes on though.  The site owners do massive amounts of advertising as well.  This also contributes to the overall site’s likability by the search engines.  So put all of that together and you can see why you would want to be in the rotators and why it’s worth upgrading.  And the commissions are such that 2 people who upgrade underneath you gets you memberships to these sites for free.  You can advertise your pages for free and there is still a lot of value to that.  Advertising is easier to sell than any other thing out there in internet marketing.  Absolutely everyone needs it.  If you advertise free advertising, you’re more likely to get someone to look at whatever else you are offering while they are signing up for their own account and they become a lead for you.  But as in any program, there is real value in the upgrade and what it offers.  The rotators and search engine are the thing.

So, you upgrade.  Over time, you have two people upgrade under you.  Whatever you paid, you made back now.  The upgrade was free.  In order to get 2 upgrades, you might have to have 30-40 people as leads under you.  Those are leads you may be able to work with at some later time for your own product or service.  Let’s compare this to Google Adwords.  30-40 actual hits to your website where they actually sign up plus probably 100s that looked and said no.  You pay an average of $5 per visit whether they signup or not.  40 x 5 = $200 bucks.  The other 200 that didn’t look cost $1000.  That’s $1200 bucks you spent.  Need I say more.

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