Link Building this Week (43.2008)

24 Oct

Dave “The Gypsy” Harry captured the most interesting highlights from Google’s webmaster Q&A. If you’re just interested in the answers to the link related questions, you can Ctrl+F for ‘Link Building’ as well. At Site-Reference.com, Dave published another great post, where he listed several interesting Google queries, some of which are pretty useful for link […]

How Not To Pitch Your Services (Or Send Out Link Requests)

20 Oct

Last week, I received an email of an Indian link development company, pitching their services. Normally, these emails end up in my deleted items without reading, but for some reason this email caught my attention. Not that I am interested in outsourcing link development campaigns, but the formatting of the email was pretty unusual (emphasis […]

Link Building this Week (42.2008)

17 Oct

Last week, Google added very useful data about crawl errors to the Google Webmaster Tools console. Like both Matt Cutts and Jennifer Laycock already mentioned, this is a great addition from a link building perspective. With the “download all sources of errors on this site” option, you can download a list of link building targets […]

You Already Have More Link Developers Than You Think

14 Oct

While hiring expensive experts can definitely be worth it in some occasions (if you happen to hire the right one, of course), you don’t need to hire a link builder to get more links. Every company -even yours- has employees that can increase your link popularity pretty easily, some even on a weekly or daily […]

Link Building this week (41.2008)

12 Oct

Google shared some info on the topic of links last week, starting with a post about internal link architecture, which was followed by a post about outbound links. The last link related post touched the subject of internal linking, but was pretty disappointing. It was pretty hard to miss, but in case you didn’t notice: […]

Recapped: Google’s Link Week

12 Oct

Google’s Maihle Ohye surprised the staying-at-home-from-SMX-East-’ers earlier this week (in a good way) by announcing a series on links on the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog. She started with discussing internal link architecture, followed by outbound links and last but not least a post about inbound links. It’s good to see a few detailed posts […]

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