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Link Building this Week (37.2008)

12 Sep

While the title of this weekly recap is Link Building this Week, there’s more to this subject than just posts with ‘link building’ in the title. For example, Lisa Barone’s examples of good content (and Micheal Martinez’ content related post and Rand Fishkin’s content tips as well) contains lots of useful info that you can […]

Link Building this Week (36.2008)

5 Sep

In this week’s link week column over at Search Engine Land, Eric Ward explains why you shouldn’t just look at link building as an SEO tool. According to Eric, ‘Link building is one part marketing, two parts public relations, and three parts common sense’. While I don’t agree 100% with how he divided the parts, […]

Link Building this Week (35.2008)

29 Aug

It looks like last week was the official week of in-depth content. Rae Hoffman showed how she would interview a potential new link developer, Jennifer Laycock created the four commandments of viral marketing and Loren Baker published a one hour (!) link building 101 video. So if you happen to have some spare time… For […]

Link Building this Week (34.2008)

22 Aug

You sure want to prevent having to tell your customer that his or her website isn’t linkworthy. After all, link building for crappy websites can be pretty difficult. With the right link bait inspiration, you’ll be able to create good content (such as a nice list post), but -unlike some seem to think- this doesn’t […]

Link Building this Week (33.2008)

15 Aug

Sorry, short post this week :) Tom Critchlow mentions a link building technique that is easy to use AND can be very effective Matt McGee shows what a small link building push can accomplish Micheal Gray teached advanced link building and explained why PageRank will never die Eric Sopp lists three reasons why links from […]

Link Building this Week (32.2008)

8 Aug

Thomas Schmitz made an interesting list of everything you wanted to know about inbound and external links. He not only explains why links (and which links) are important, but he also threw in a few nice examples that turned his post into a solid introduction to links. And also: Pete Wailes compiled the ultimate guide […]

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