Link Building last Month

7 Oct

After 2 weeks of vacation and spending some time on starting up a few fun projects, I found several overloaded email accounts and a feedreader that went berserk waiting for me. I’ve selected the best link building related posts from the bulk and listed them below, but I probably missed a few interesting ones. Feel free to drop me an email or to add a comment if I did.

On a different note, I will be speaking at an English conference for the very first time next month. This will be during the ‘Blow Your Mind Link Building Techniques‘ session at the SMX in London (4-5 November), where my colleague Heini van Bergen will be speaking as well. If you’ll be there as well and you want to catch up with me during lunch, dinner, a few beers or if you’re just interested in a quick chat, feel free to drop me a line at wiep [at] wiep [dot] net.

4 Responses to “Link Building last Month”

  1. Angela Moore October 7, 2008 at 2:47 pm #

    Nice to see you back in action. Hope you had an amazing vacation!

  2. Edwin October 7, 2008 at 6:08 pm #

    Nice article list Wiep
    I left a comment at the “linkbuilding via blog comments” article, I really don’t like people promoting blog comments as a link building tool who have a nofollow policy on their own blog…

  3. Wiep October 8, 2008 at 6:18 am #

    Angela; Yeah, my vacation was great, but way to short…

    Edwin; There’s a difference between providing blog comment guidelines and having to nofollow the outgoing links on your blog because of spam issues. I can imagine why some blogs -especially those who get dozens or hundreds of comments each day- use nofollow. This is usually caused by people who haven’t read David’s blog post…

  4. Edwin October 8, 2008 at 8:22 pm #

    It looks like David excused himself by informing me that he is going to convert his blog into an dofollow wordpress blog.
    Moderation and akismet reduce spam to almost nothing without much efforts..So there’s no excuses to nofollow a blog if its owner frequently uses dofollow link building for seo purposes. A matter of giving and taking..

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