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The Day All Large Companies “Got It”

10 Nov

Everybody who works for an SEM agency, has worked for one in the past, or just visits Fortune 500 company websites from time to time, has probably had this thought at least once or twice; “If only they got it…”. Some websites have much potential, but almost seem to refuse it. Although topping the SERPs […]

Link Building this Week (45.2008)

8 Nov

It’s been a pretty crazy week, with the SMX and all, so this week’s edition of Link Building this Week is a bit late. There’s still lots of link building goodness worth mentioning, though… Eric Ward got interviewed by Wordtracker’s Rachelle Money. During this link building masterclass interview, he provided lots of useful tips and […]

Blow Your Mind Link Building Techniques (at SMX London)

5 Nov

This week, during the Blow Your Mind Link Building Techniques session at the SMX in London, I had the opportunity to share a panel with Lyndon Antcliff, Tom Critchlow and Jay Young. It turned out to be an awesome session. Overview of the SMX, by Mark Bovenkerk, MarkBovenkerk.nl Lyndon kicked it off with a breakdown […]

Link Building this Week (44.2008)

31 Oct

Especially during a recession, when people seem to have less time, lots of folks try to take the Link Building Easy Route. However, there is no easy in link building and short cuts, such as acquisition services, almost never work. In stead of trying to take the easy way or asking yourself unanswerable questions like […]

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 […]

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