How to Use Delicious to Quickly Build Amazing Articles that Attract Links Like a Magnet
We're sure you've heard this one: content is king. Here's another cliché: create great, relevant content and your site will flourish! Well, all that sounds fine but there's one big problem—no one actually tells you how to create this great content. More importantly, no one tells you how to get your great content found once you've created it.
That's about to change. This report will give you time-tested strategies and insider tips that we use to quickly and easily create content that other sites are happy to link to. We'll even show you how to get it noticed by the people who are most likely to link to it.
For starters, here's our number one rule when creating link-worthy content:
Don't Try To Reinvent The Wheel!
In other words, the Internet is teeming with proven, content-rich articles that you can emulate. There is rarely a need to create all of your own content from scratch. Social media services like Digg, Delicious, Reddit and StumbleUpon are literally goldmines of ideas. And, since it's very easy to see how various content performs on those sites, you can absolutely get a pretty good idea in advance which topics are sure winners.
Once you find an idea that's already been a hit somewhere else, you can modify and mold it into your own unique creation. And then you use it as link-worthy content for your own site. Pretty simple, actually.
Unfortunately necessary warning for really lazy, stupid people: We are NOT suggesting that you copy, steal, or hijack anyone's work. Doing so would be plagiarism as well as a copyright violation. Both are unethical and illegal. In addition, stealing content could damage your reputation and get you in legal hot water. It's bad bad bad! Don't do it.
Instead, use ideas you know have worked in the past as inspiration for ...