A great post I came across last week was Neyne’s post about unconventional link attributes. He discusses the temporal element of link value and illustrates this with the results of an experiment he performed. Although it’s (like Neyne states as well) not a sterile experimenting environment, the graphs are pretty interesting to see.
Another great post is Derek Edmond’s recap of Eric Enge’s link session at the SEO meetup in Arlington last week.This post offers a few great tips that you can use to improve your link profile, such as 6 tips to personalize your link request.
- David F. listed 8 metrics for judging the value of a link.
- Eric Ward asks himself (and others) if linking experts should go underground.
- Tim Nash dives into link bombing and Google bombing.
- Chris G provides some excellent tips on how to get more bookmarks and better links.
- Have you ever wondered how you can measure the result of a linkbaiting campaign? Use these 5 metrics provided by Chris Winfield.
- David Wallace explains how you can check if a directory listing will have any value.
- Li Evans asks if Google can FINALLY come up with something official about nofollow.
- Building links for a B2B site? Justilien has some great tips.
- Michael Martinez talks about linking theory axioms.
- Aaron Wall shows how you can determine the effectiveness of your internal link structure.
- And the last one is Eric Enge’s interview with Adam Lasnik (which is mainly about links).