There are two types of link builders: ones who love content for building links naturally, and ones who think it’s complete BS. As a blogger who lets his content build links for him, and as a site owner with a library of content that hasn’t attracted a single natural, quality link, I’m on both sides of the coin.
The reason I can be on both sides is because:
Link building with content is completely niche …
The Link Building Toolbar is a brand new tool that I decided to do my first video review of. Because my skills are poor at best (give it time!), I also did a review in Text below. Please don’t hammer me too much for all the um’s (you also might have to turn your volume all the way up – Sorry!).
Yes, I know it says “Demo Mode” smack dab in the middle; I could …
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Great link builders solve problems, because …
Some of what you see & hear being penalized by Google is a publicity stunt.
For example, when the blog networks that got deindexed roughly a month ago, only the biggest & most well known ones took a hit. Other smaller networks that you’ve never heard of went on their merry way. I’ve even used a couple for my niche sites during the last few weeks. Of course Penguin did a way with some of …
The side effects of Google’s attempt to fight links through harsh penalties are really starting to add up.
After reading this post in which a site was wrongfully accused of having spammy links, one thought occurred to me:
What’s stopping black hats from sending off these emails pretending to be their competitors?
In the wake of Penguin, I’ve been getting asked this question A LOT. I think it’s finally time for my answer.
Penguin has changed everything – oh wait, no it hasn’t. All it did was penalize those for doing what they knew was wrong, but the only difference is that Google actually followed through with some of their threats on bad links.
So what SHOULD we be doing? We know what links we SHOULDN’T be …
Creativity is such an essential part of link building. Sure, some of you might have it down to an exact science, not needing to change your ways, but for the other 99% of us who want to bring in links by the handful, you have to start thinking outside of the box.
Today’s name of the game: mix and match.
This is a guest post by Chris Dyson from Triple SEO.
The pure beauty of using Twitter as a link building tool is the ease by which you can quickly find the thought leaders and key influencers within any niche. Whenever I start working in a new vertical I try to learn more about whom these people are and what type of content are they sharing. A quick search with a service such as …
This last Thursday night I decided to tune into #seochat, a week after I was featured on it (it was quite an honor; here’s the recap!). Duane Forrester, who manages Bing Webmaster Tools, was the guy answering questions this time around. Even though I didn’t realize it beforehand, I saw this as my opportunity to ask for a Bing replacement of Yahoo Site Explorer.
But since I was so used to a search …