---- The thing is your off page optimization is probably more important than even your overall Connect Audience Review page. So once your on page optimization is decent, doing what you just said, then you've got to move to off page optimization. That’s getting links back to your website which is more important than your actual on-page optimization.
Back on the day, people used to just spam their meta tags, their Connect Audience Bonus pages, with all their keywords, but it’s very hard to spam links. So basically, linking has become very important to Google for off-page optimization. So off page optimization has become more important to my opinion.
So what would I do for off page optimization? I know there’s services out there that will put 1,000 links back to my website from various other sites. Is that what are you talking about? Ah no. Run away from them. It's buying links in bulk and Google has started penalizing people for that.
The key is content. Let's use the golf slice example. If you have a private label rights book, take that content and break it into 6-7-8-9-10 articles and include a link to your website and post them to article directories like EzineArticles.com and GoArticles.com. There are literally thousands of them and I’m sure there are golf specific ones as well. That's a fantastic way to get links. What I’ve been doing recently, in fact I find it's pretty amazing, is using a site called digg.com. It's been around a while, but not a lot of people use it. I've literally got rankings in one day. I put a post on my blog, using the keywords I want to rank for as the headline. Now they have to be low competition keywords. You can literally get ranked the same day. So if you're having problems getting into the search engines, you can get indexed in about 6 hours using Digg.com