You know you need links. Many seo systems are difficult to learn at first. You may be shy about asking for reciprocal links. You may be confused about what you need to do on directory sites or not be able to link back to them. You may not have a budget for promotion. You may not have the time to write a bunch of articles. Time is always a problem, sorry!
When you are looking for links from high ranking sites - free websites, free blogs, bookmark sites and social media sites will get you started with your web networking. Just keep focused on keeping it simple to start. Get the links you need and make it look decent but don't get distracted yet by socializing or you'll never get anything done again!
I have created this resource at only2clicks. Click on the link and take a look.
Only2clicks is a great bookmarking site which displays a screenshot of links. I created these links to free websites, free blogs, bookmark sites and social media sites to get you started web networking. Click on the picture or screenshot and it takes you to the site. Hence the only2clicks name.
I am still creating this resource and adding more categories and links but you can get started from what is already there.
First go to the Preparing to Socialize category and click on gmail. Sign up for a free gmail account.
When you start socializing you get lots of emails from these free websites and bookmark sites and social media sites and until you figure out what you need to keep from what you receive from them and then how to limit them, you don't want your main email address cluttered up with emails. You can easily archive your gmail emails so they will still be there for you later if you need to refer back to one.
To make it easy to read your emails though, you may prefer to download the emails into your email client rather than to keep logging in online at gmail. So I also linked to their instruction pages to downloading emails using imap. This will mean your emails come into a separate folder, it's easy - just follow the instructions.
Once you have a gmail you can start signing up for some free websites, free blogs, bookmark sites and social media sites . Don't go overboard or you'll get overwhelmed. Start with one site, figure it out, get some content up, link it to something good, only then - move on to another site.
Almost all these free web sites will ask you to confirm your registration by clicking a link in an email. So after you sign up, check your gmail and click those links. Otherwise next time you go back to add content you may be unable to login.
It's also a good idea to create an excel document to keep a record of your registrations so you can always find your username and password. You can put a copy on a usb stick to use with a laptop or at a friends house if you want to show them something. Purchasing Roboform is a good plan, saves lots of time and effort, but it's not essential if you don't want to spend money.
I also use Firefox as a browser because of the wealth of useful addons it has available. You can see my favourites on the prepare to socialize page too. These are especially good for bookmarking.
You don't have to constantly use Firefox, if you prefer Internet Explorer or another browser, but I still believe its worth downloading Firefox to use their addons, even if you don't set it as your default browser.
Remember to click on the Prepare to Socialize Tab at the top to see the links to Gmail and Firefox. Imarketable Only2clicks Resource
At the top of the only2clicks page are other different categories.
When you have videos to share or pictures, want resources for local promoti ons, then look in these different categories for more resources.
That's basically it for now until I get more sites up. Hope this helps you to more easily find the free sites you want to use for web networking.
Here is the link again and don't forget to click on the Prepare to Socialize Tab to see the links to Gmail and Firefox.
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