If you’re launching a new site, write an introduction and submit it to share sites like Digg, Reddit and Now Public.
Have your friends tag your best work in Digg. This is a site that allows people to vote or and against articles. Your friends can help you move your article in the right direction. If your article is good it can bring a lot of visitors.
Set up a Facebook and Twitter fan pages for your website. The easiest way to get sales is attract real visitors, not generating machine traffic.
Use Technorati Tags. It gathers the latest blog entries and organizes them into categories. In order to get into the right Technorati categories, you have to tag your blog entries. That way you will be exposed to other bloggers and webmasters that can link to you. To create a Technorati Tags use the Tag Generator tool. The only thing you have to do is to type the keyword, and the tool will make the code for the tag.
Submit you site to free search engine directories.
You can contribute to related subject areas on Wikipedia
Ask bloggers and other website owners to review your site.
Tell your local newspaper about your site. These are desperate for stories.
Publicise your site on related forums.
Have a Sitemap on your site. It not only allows users to navigate around quickly but also aid the search engines.
Creating list-posts. People love linking to such stuff- Top 10 rules to become a winner, Top 5 Internet Marketing Gurus. Your list-post should be placed on a prominent location on your site.
Comment on other blogs. Always fill in the URL box for the owner to find your site. Answering other people’s questions gets them excited and that is an effective way to spark an online rambling about you and your site.
Respond to comments that are left on your blog. When people’s questions are answered, you become the authority. People can’t help but link to the authority.
Respond to your email. Be kind, be cool and help people with their questions. Being helpful to others will earn you respect and link love.
Link out to other blogs. If you link to interesting articles on other blogs, they will link back to interesting articles that you have.
Get a MyBlogLog account. Bloggers go there to meet each other and find new blogging friends.
Start a MyBlogLog.com Community. Creating your own community allows members to join. Be social and invite members to join your community. This exposes a lot more bloggers to your site.
Read your posts before publishing. Make sure they are correct before you show them to the world. Make sure your writing is easy to read and grammatically correct.
Run spell check. It may sound stupid, but it helps you avoid spelling mistakes.
Submit articles to article sites. They will allow you to place a link to your site at the bottom of the article. You can write an article about anything in your field in about 500 words.
Write testimonials for sites whose services have helped you. They often turn into links, and the webmasters will surely check out your site.
Alert friends when you create something that will help them. If so they should definitely give you some link love.
Answer people’s questions on Yahoo Answers. If you don’t already have a resource on your site that will help answer a question, create one. Link to from Yahoo! Answers. You have a link, and valuable content for your site.
Answer questions on Google Groups. It is similar to Yahoo Answers.
Submit to free web directories. They are lists of thousands of sites. One of them should be you!
Submit to blog directories. They are thousands of blogs, listed in categories.
You can submit to paid directories – if you have a certain budget.
Create a Wikipedia Page about yourself. That way you will gain some exposure that will lead to additional links.
Donate some time every week to hold question(Q) and answer (A) sessions for beginners in your area. They’ll link to you.
Add a link to your site in the signature of the forums you post on.
Use free advertising! Tell your friends about your site.
Find quality blogs and leave a comment with a link back to your site.
If you want a Flash homepage, make sure you have a “Skip Intro” link.
Use the local community sports teams’ for cheap, but highly effective sponsorship.
Ask bloggers to write about your site for a link of course.
Submit stories to news sites. Even huge sites accept stories from free lancers.
Review products on other sites like e Pinions. You can quickly establish yourself as an expert by writing thorough reviews of products in your field. Some of the traffic that hits your review will follow the trail back to your site, leading to links.
If you don’t have any friends, get some quickly.
Comment on online newspapers. Most of the writers will follow the trail back to your site.
Use forums and discussion boards. The best way to answer people’s questions is by creating a short walkthrough on your site that teaches them. Show them where to find it and you have yourself a link.
Ask your local, public library to link to you with their website.
Check for local government directories – it is easy to get into local, online listings.