A definition and examination of the notion of the mini-net and how Internet gurus recommend it like Michael Campbell as a way of improving your SEO.
Mini-net is just a buzz word coined by SEO guru Michael Campbell (who wrote a book called The Revenge of the Mininet) that means dynamic linking. Dynamic linking is a skill that is used by affiliate marketers to improve their search engine optimization and often cuts the actual time they spend at the computer by fifty percent.
In essence, creating a mini-net is about creating a network of tinier sites. These sites are linked together to create a mininet. The theory is that in terms of SEO the search engines find these smaller, dynamically linked sites to be more attractive then one large sprawling site. In a way you are creating an empire of links, even if those links are only linking back to your own sites. However the search engine spiders are supposed to be intrigued by these intricate online webs.
Campbell claims that this approach helps build your credibility with both the search engines and customers, makes your pages easier to search and allows you to efficiently employ keywords so that you attract customers as opposed to surfers to your site. It also teaches you how to tease individuals into clicking on your links and cloak your source code to prevent affiliate theft.
However adopting this type of SEO strategy is not for everybody and it is definitely not for newbies. First of all you have to be savvy about creating web pages, using an HTML editor and FTP software. You of course, have to be actively enrolled in an affiliate program and know how to paste affiliate traffic codes into your web site pages. This is not rocket science but being even just a little bit experienced at being a web master or web mistress helps with this. It is probably helpful to read up a bit on this topic before deploying it as an SEO strategy as it only takes one or two small flaws to cause the search engines to ignore your site.