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Link Building this Week (19.2008)

9 May

Planning is a skill that every marketer should have, but only a few are actually good at this. I certainly am not, but Debra Mastaler apparently sure is. How on earth can you work on a new design, write three excellent posts (Is traffic the new Pagerank? No!, It’s hip to be link square and […]

Link Building this Week (18.2008)

2 May

I’m pretty sure that I’ve never seen ‘David Hasselhoff’ and ‘how to get more links’ in the same blog post, but Debra managed to do this. While that (and the examples she lists) may may sound funny, Debra’s main point –“the hardest part of my job is telling someone you won’t be able to secure […]

Link Building this Week (17.2008)

26 Apr

Brian Turner published a few great posts during the past few weeks at InternetBusiness.co.uk, including one titled ‘Google was a links-driven search engine‘. This post not only shows a bit of Google’s history (and how links were -and still are- Google’s Achilles heel), but also shows Brian’s view on the future. And also: Roger Montti […]

Link Building this Week (16.2008)

18 Apr

The discussion about relevant and/ or irrelevant linkbaiting got fired up again last week thanks to Matt Inman’s post at SEOmoz about his JustSayHi widgetbaits. Google’s current stance in this situation (In Matthew’s words “adding a keyword-rich link from a widget to our own site was an ultra-mega-Google-NO-NO”) is just hilarious and I’m not the […]

Link Building this Week (15.2008)

11 Apr

Sometimes it looks like every blogpost I run into has something to do with link building, while during other weeks it’s hard to find good link building related stuff. This week is just one of those low-on-links-weeks, so it seems (if I missed you or something interesting, please let me know!). I guess everybody’s busy […]

Link Building this Week (14.2008)

4 Apr

Earlier this week, Eric Ward wrote a column on SearchEngineLand about link building best practices. This post got submitted to Sphinn and, for some reason, resulted in quite a few comments. While I do think that there are better posts out there than this week’s column, I also think that there’s waaaay more mediocre stuff […]

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