How To Steal to the Top of Google, Part 3

In Part 3 of How to Steal to the Top of Google, Danny Wall continues his popular series with suggestions on how to get Google to view your web site as an authority web site.  An authority web site is one that others with the same themes seem to view as an authority by linking to it.

As with part 2 of How to Steal to the Top of Google, for the most part it's a good article.  I'm starting to see a trend though... strangely, in an article designed to teach you to get top rankings in Google, he's recommending a somewhat risky strategy that some believe could get you banned from Google.  Google doesn't seem to like it when you create mini-nets with links to each other to boost your page rank.

Now that doesn't mean you can't do it.  But you probably want to be smart and find examples that are being treated well by Google and then imitating them.

Other than that, it's another good continuation of his previous articles on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Google. Check out How to Steal to the Top of Google, part 3 to learn how to get indexed quickly at Google....


Read How to Steal to the Top of Google, part 1

Read How to Steal to the Top of Google, part 2