Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Could this send your blog rank through the roof?

Every blogger wants the hits to be high and there's quite a few ways of making sure that your content ranks highly in Google too. A good post can see a massive spike in passing traffic but also repeat visits as well so imagine my interest when I came across this post.

The blog claims that by adding a few lines of text to your blog, the traffic and linkbacks will increase thanks to the laws of mathematics.

I couldn't resist giving it a go although I wonder firstly if it will work or not, and secondly, whats the pont in having artificially high figures if it does work?

I ended up justifying it by arguing that if your blog is more popular, then your material can be seen by a wider audience. In fact, you're doing everyone a favour!

Anyway here's the bit that's needed and if you'd like to include this on your blog, then simply copy the text below and paste it into your blog. Needless to say I will keep you posted.

Below is a matrix of 120 stars, I have already added a link to my blog onto one of the stars, all you need to do is copy and paste the grid into your blog and add your own link to one of the other spare stars, and tell others to do the same!



When I receive a ping back once you have added the Viralink to your site I will add your link to this grid, and each person who copies the grid from here will also link to your site!

Only 1 link per person (i.e don't hog the viralink!)
Please don't tamper with other peoples url's


I have been reliably informed that this isn't working on my site so please DON'T try to use it from here, you will be wasting your time.

Instead, Here's a site with all you need to know about this post, hopefully you will have more luck with it than I did :-)


ilker said...

FYI, your matrix has no links in it.

Paul Hurst said...

I have no idea how this thing is supposed to work. A bit too complicated for me, still never mind :-)

Ps: Thanks for dropping by and leaving a message. I am a massive fan of your work.


ilker said...

Thanks Paul. I replied your comment on my blog with the instructions on how you can make it work.

Founders Cafe said...


In Blogger you have to use the "Compose" tab to paste the matrix. Go back to my post and just copy the per instructions, then paste it in a new post here using the Compose Tab.

I think if you scour the 160+ comments in my post, someone had mentioned how it is done with Blogger :D