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 listings, tried to determine which factors influence these results and discusses the possible future of local link building strategies.
Eric Enge provided a few great tips for getting the anchor text you want (if you’re not buying links). Since anchor text is a pretty important factor, you might want to look at his post. Something like altering the page title and/ or header of your home page might help you to get a few links with the descriptive anchor text you want. Don’t forget to implement the basics of SEO, though.
- Both Ann Smarty and Rand Fishkin provided tips on how you can get the most out of your social media profiles
- Lyndon Antcliff explains how to build links using fiction
- Jennifer Laycock talked about deep links
- Maki explains how selective reporting can help improve your content’s viral potential
- Content and links are the bread and butter of SEO, according to Gyutae Park
- (Sugar)Rae Hoffman explains for the last time what linkbait is
- Eric Enge not only posted on SEOmoz’ blog, but he also interviewed Bob Massa
- Ann Smarty listed a few advanced link: operator queries
- Tad Chef explains what the ROI of blogging is: links
- Melanie Nathan provided several link request strategies for authority links
- Roger Montti now is one of the speakers @ SMX Advanced next week. Not being able to be there sucks…
- Justilien listed the five traits of
methe ideal link builder
- Apparently, Matt dropped by here, since advertising for ‘linkbuilding’ and ‘purchase links’ has been blocked as well now