Announcing A New Way Of Gaining Search Engine Trust Using Direct Links

Nampa, ID (PressExposure) February 11, 2007 -- Nick Messe, owner of a new service called Search Engine Trust, is revolutionizing the way website owners gain direct links to their sites to increase website page ranking.

February 5, 2007 Boise Idaho

Nick Messe, owner of the new linking strategy service Search Engine Trust, is taking the hard work out of finding valuable, high page rank websites to link to in order to gain link popularity in the major search engines such as Yahoo, Google, and MSN.

Linking websites together has become a popular way for website owners to increase traffic to their sites, as well as increase page ranking, making them more visible to people searching on the major search engines.

The large search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and MSN work their page ranking criterion around two main factors, the amount of time that a website has been up and running, and link popularity.

The suggested way for website owners to gain trust from the major search engines, and increase page rank, is to link with other website owners, especially those that already have search engine trust, and high page rankings.

Originally, website owners would manually apply by email asking other owners to swap links. This process was considered by many to be time consuming and, at times, difficult to find relevant, high page ranking websites willing to swap links.

Services such as link exchanges, and link brokering services were introduced to make finding relevant back links easier to find. Link exchange services provide a meeting ground for website owners to gain access to each other, for a monthly fee. Website owners must contact other owners using the service, who have the choice of either accepting, or declining a linking offer based on relevancy, and the quality of the site.

Link brokering services offer a variety of sites with various levels of Google page rank for site owners who wish to gain back links in an instant fashion. Theses link brokering sites allow website owners to place one-way text anchor links on these sites usually for a monthly fee. The rate of premium is calculated by the value of the page rank. The higher the page rank – the higher the premium.

The search Engine Trust service, on the other hand, has been designed to provide an inexhaustible supply of mature, high quality 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 PR websites that have each earned individual trust with the major search engines. They can then supply in-content anchor text links directly to the member’s websites without the need to ask permission, or apply.

Nick Messe, who freely admits that he knows exactly what it is like to try to find quality back links, personally owns all of the sites offered in the Search Engine Trust service. "I know what it's like to go it alone, to always be at the mercy of someone else for a back link. Most days it felt like I was running up a down escalator. I would make progress, all the while knowing that if I let up one little bit, I would be right back where I started" he says.

The Search Engine Trust service provides website owners with a large number of relevant, high page rank websites to post links on, as well as daily emails containing unique premium high PR sites to post links on.

Nick goes on to mention that the secret to adding links to increase page rank for websites is to add them on a slow and consistent basis. He states "By receiving new unique sites on a slow steady basis, website owners are forced to add new links on a slow and steady basis".

Nick Messe is offering this service, as well as automatic inclusion of the added links to 16 of the major social bookmarking sites, and RSS feeds. There is no limit on the number of websites that members can have, and membership also includes insider information on how to use a new building concept that eliminates website hosting costs, called 'power building'

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