LinkCollider: How It's Different From Other SEO Tools and Why You Should Use It

If you're new to blogging or may be just want to boost your website traffic.  You might have heard of LinkCollider, its a website ranking tool that will help intensify your website traffic.

Social media is an invaluable tool in the current digital space, because internet marketing has become the primary strategy for many companies and bloggers.  Any company or blog you find online has recognised the significance of having a powerful online presence and that media is everything.

The only website ranking tools to increase traffic to websites, LinkCollider will ensure you have a high ranking on Google.  This ensures your blog or company website will communicate with real people.

LinkCollider - Website Ranking Tool Using Social Media

What Are Website Ranking Tools and What Do They Do?
Thje purpose of website ranking tools such as Google Rank Checker and SEMrush is to rank keywords of websites and measure their position online.  Articles and blog posts should be equipped towards keyword density and increasing traffic to the blog or website.

Why LinkCollider is Different From Other Website Ranking Tools

As already noted above, LinkCollider is the only website ranking tool that uses social media stats in its ranking process.

These are some of the ways LinkCollider will help improve your SEO rankings:
  1. Getting more Facebook likes.
  2. Gaining more Twitter likes and followers.
  3. Getting more Pinterest Pins.
  4. Boosting SEO and website traffic.
  5. Gaining more WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr likes.

Social Media and Search Results

LinkCollider's strategy is both effective and attractive because search engines are now including statistiscs from social media making the process more productive and increasing SEO rankings.  You'll definitely have more leverage over your competitors if you use LinkCollider.

SEO Tools That LinkCollider Uses

  • Keyword Tools
  • Search Engine Submission
  • Article Rewriter and Spinner
  • Link Building and Shortener
  • Sitemap Generator
  • Directory and Bookmark Submission

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How to Make Money with Amazons OneLink on Blogger

If you're looking to maximize your earnings with Amazon I recommend you try Amazon's new onelink and link your Amazon account to links that are country specific.

There have been various shortening services provided by WordPress over the years, but nothing that would really suit a Blogger website owner.  Amazon finally provided its own FREE solution in July 2017 to solve the problem.  Amazon OneLink.

Amazon OneLink, What is it?

In your Amazon Associate dashboard you can link to your different Amazon Associate accounts all over the world, from the UK to Japan, this provides geo-localised redirection from your affiliate website to relevant Amazon product.  Helping all Amazon affiliates to earn more income by converting their website visitors from multiple countries at one time.

With OneLink you can configure all of your new as well as existing Amazon affiliate links.

Setting Up Your Amazon OneLink

Log into your US Amazon associates account


Link Your Accounts

This will link together all of your Amazon associates accounts, if you only have a US or UK account you can sign up for more.

Adding OneLink to Blogger 

Go to Layout.

Add widget

In HTML add your code from Amazon Associates in your widgets.

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The Printing Press, A Brief History

The power of print has been around for a long time and is easily found in many ancient cultures.  Items such as the Phaistos Disc from Crete which dates back to the 17th century BC, was devised by pressing symbols into clay, very much like we now use moveable type.

When paper was invented then printing really took off.  Conceived in China prior to 105 AD, the process of creating it was accurately documented by the court of the Han Emperor Wu Di, using a mixture of bark and rags.

Carved seal stones were originally used to make impression on the paper.  This would later lead to the development of wood-block printing, used during the Sui or Tang Dynasty.  Early Buddhist writings have been found and discovered to be made by monks.  An early surviving print is the Diamond Sutra of 868 AD, created in Dunhuang.

The ability to make paper eventually made its way into Europe by the 15th century, as more people were able to read.  The task of making copies of texts by hand was very slow and arduous.  A quicker more reliable method to replicate writing was required.  During the 15th and 16th centuries wood block printing was established.  By 1455 AD Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press, using metal type.

After this printing was evolving quite rapidly with the development of standardised types and fonts.  There were many changes in language and writing styles when printers started printing for the general public.  The power of the printed word meant that many people could read the same piece of writing at the same time.

Printing Innovations

Aldus Manutius a leading printer of the Venetian High Renaissance introduced a number of innovations to the world of publishing.  He produced high quality volumes of Greek literature and philosophy, with new forms of Greek and Latin cursive type for printing.  He produced new printing techniques using italics as well as smaller octavo editions of texts.

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Publishing a Book: A Quick Examination of Self-Publishing and Publishing

Publishing a book is a must for any aspiring author, having an idea for a fiction or non-fiction book but aren't sure how to put that idea into print can be really difficult if you don't know where to start.

The possibilities and opportunities for writer's to share their thoughts in an Ebook or in paperback form are vast.  Whether you're looking for an agent or editor or just want to self-publish your book, it's all at your fingertips.  You need to decide what works best for you.

What is Traditional Publishing?

Authors are offered a contract by a traditional publishing house, they then take your book and sell it through various booksellers and retailers.  Essentially they buy the rights to publish your book and in turn pay you the royalties from the sales of your book.

Normally most writer's need to find an agent, to find an agent you must pinpoint the right category for your writing.  If you're a non-fiction writer you first need to submit a book proposal along with three sample chapters and a synopsis of each chapter.  A fiction writer must send in a completed manuscript.

After those things have been accomplished you're now required to write a query letter.  You send this letter to potential agents, you must mention in your letter the synopsis of your book, the chapter summary, the market your book is aimed at and a description about yourself.

What is Self-Publishing?

There are various ways to self-publish your book these include: print-on-demand, vanity, subsidy, and self-publishing.

(POD) Print-on-demand - Anyone willing to pay is published.  POD uses up-to-date printing technology to produce books at a cost effective price.  Books are published as individual orders come in.  This means the printer can adjust the book's supply to meet the reader's demand.  You make money from the royalties sold.

Extra costs such as editing, proofreading and marketing are payed for at an additional cost to the writer.  This way of publishing cuts back on space and any unsold copies.

Vanity publisher - Again this kind of publishing is available for anyone willing to pay for their book to be published.  Your books is bound and printed and you receive all the royalties from books sold.

Subsidy publisher - Not unlike the vanity the subsidy publisher contributes towards the editing, distribution, marketing and warehousing.  The publisher owns the book until they are sold and the author starts making royalties.

Self-publishing - The author must produce, market, store, and distribute.

So What's the Difference?

There is no expense to the author with traditional publishing that is all handed by the chosen company.

With self-publishing depending upon the publishing platform you choose you pay for all of the expenses.  The biggest advantage with self-publishing is that you're in the driving seat and you have full control over your book.

What to do next

If your dream is to have your book published, choose vanity publishing.

If you have a book of poetry, memoir or family history you want printing then POD is probably the best fit for your book.

If time isn't a problem then self-publishing is a good route to take, as this can often take up to 18 months to get your books into final production.

In the end its your decision!

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