Link Building this Week (Dec. 14)

14 Dec

Sorry, I have to keep it very short this week :) Top Link Building giveaways from Pubcon Interesting Google Anchor text pantent When links are dead but not forgotten The anatomy of a 10 step 12 month link baiting campaign The truth about .edu domains Star Wars link building Diversity is good in a link […]

Push Link Marketing: Pushing the Right Spots

11 Dec

Yesterday, I received yet another unrelated link request, which suddenly made me think about Joe Pulizzi’s post about myFord Magazine I read earlier this week. The link request I received was set up in exactly the same way. The email contained no less than 17 times “we”, “me”, “I” or “us” and only two times […]

Link Value Factors released

10 Dec

SEOmoz’ Search Engine Ranking Factors is probably in the top 10 of the most valuable pieces of SEO documentation online. Where else can you find over one hundred years of SEO experience on one page? While link value is one of the factors being discussed in this piece of research, I would have loved to […]

Link Building this Week (Dec. 7)

7 Dec

The paid link debate is still raging on. Where Matt Cutts apparently “crushed” one of the link related sessions, SEOmoz tries to come up with a solution for buying links while staying within Google’s guidelines. I don’t think that this idea will work, but it’s an interesting thought. Another interesting thought about paid links was […]

Link Building this Week (Nov. 30)

30 Nov

Are you still struggling with the start of your link building campaign, or are you still trying to make a decision whether you’ll be outsourcing your Link Building campaign or not? Don’t forget to let these 5 Reasons to build links in-house (by Justilien Gaspard) and these 5 Reasons not to outsource your link building […]

Link Baiting: Do you control the link flow or do you 301 it all?

29 Nov

Yesterday, when I was doing some research on Digg, I spotted a page that I had seen before and wanted to check it out once more. This page in question managed to get to the front page about three months ago, but when I tried to visit it today through Digg, it wouldn’t load anymore. […]

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