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Internet Marketing Trainer Presents


DigitalPoint COOP Ad network
By: David A. Saharkhiz


Link Popularity is important for any online business, and a powerful new text-link network has emerged on the radar, and best of all, it's free.

One of the internet leaders in Search Engine Optimization and Webmaster Tools, DigitalPoint (PR7) has unveiled a powerful free opportunity for webmasters: a free advertising network. You can display text links or banner ads in return for having your website link shown across many of the thousands of websites in the network.

The service is non-profit and the servers for the project have been funded by donation only. This service benefits all webmasters who join, but those with bigger and better websites will naturally get a larger slice of the pie. Basically, you share advertisements with fellow webmasters and gain additional traffic.

But the real beauty of this program isn't the free traffic!

The COOP Advertising Network uses stanadard text links, not javascript links, so when search engine bots visit a site with your advertisment in someone else's coop ads, you'll recieve a valid backlink for it! The larger the site, the more you will be displayed across the entire network, and the backlink power of the DigitalPoint COOP ad network has skyrocketed rankings in SERPS for many participants.

It takes a few minutes to set up, it's not spam, and it's provided as a free service by Digitalpoint (presumably to increase the popularity of the site). It's really worth it, and within weeks you'll be seeing quality backlinks and traffic. Sign Up Today!

I know some of your are skeptical, and almost all of you will have questions. I don't work for digitalpoint, but I am a firm supporter of the network, as it has greatly benefited some of my endevours. If you would like to field questions to me about the network, feel free to e-mail me.

Originally posted by David Saharkhiz at GoArticles.

About the Author

David Saharkhiz is a computer science major and National Merit Semifinalist at America's Clemson University. He provides comprehensive web-help and HTML help, codes free HTML scripts, and works to help novice webmasters set up new websites.

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