Archive by Author One Year of Link Building

22 Jun

I can’t believe that it’s been a year since my first post. Sometimes it feels like I’ve been blogging for ages, but it’s only been a year. In this year, I’ve met some interesting folks, both online and offline (although there are a few I’d still love to meet in person -and many more-), attracted […]

Link Building this Week (25.2008)

20 Jun

During conference season, you always see lots of (link building related) interviews pop up left and right, and apparently, it’s that time of the year already. Eric Enge interviewed Matt Cutts (and Brent D. Payne ‘translated’ the interview), Jason Billingsley captured Stephan Spencer on video and Patrick Altoft asked Lyndon Antcliff some interesting questions about […]

Link Building this Week (24.2008)

13 Jun

It looks like whole fakebait discussion is finally coming to an end. In stead of dozens of new topics, I only found two posts (and one -great!- video) touching the subject last week. Frank Watson tried to determine what valid linkbait is and Eric Ward explained why he thinks that relevance and authority depends on […]

Answering Difficult Link Marketing Related Questions

10 Jun

For link building and SEO testing purposes, I try to find the edges. For own projects, I use the strategies that work best, regardless of what’s ‘allowed’ and what isn’t. When clients are involved, however, it’s completely different, especially when you’re dealing with big brands. Most clients, and especially clients in very competing online markets, […]

Link Building this Week (23.2008)

6 Jun

While the value of a .edu tld still raises discussions, you can’t deny that a link on a .edu domain is usually pretty valuable. How to obtain .edu’s was part of Roger Montti’s link building presentation at the SMX Advanced (also covered by Virginia Nussey) and Dave Snyder also discussed the same topic. Another interesting […]

Link Building this Week (22.2008)

30 May

I find that posts and articles, that look at link marketing at a slightly different way than usual, always are extra interesting to read. Looking at things from a different angle tends to open doors to new perspectives. David Mihm’s post about Why citation is the new link is such an article. He analyzed local […]

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