On of the best posts I read in quite a while is SearchEnginePeople’s post about Offline Links. In stead of submitting your website to a directory, you can now stick your website to a lamp post, put it on your business card or print your deeplink in a magazine. Endless possibilities. Technology like this makes it even more necessary to fully integrate Link Marketing in your other marketing activities.
Just like Debra, I also am quite a directory addict. That’s one reason why I love her post about the use and usefulness of directories. The other reason is because of the promotional codes. Want $20 off of a Aviva listing? Need 20% discount on a BOTW submission? Go read her post!
Linkbaiting can be the most cost efficient way to build links. A great post about this is Marcos Azaro’s post about The Spiral of Silence. Another tip is Patrick Altoft’s Linkbait School. His introduction price of $199 for a 13 page report and 1 hour of one on one consulting is really cheap, even when you happen to be a really experienced linkbaiter. The worst case scenario is that you only find one useful tip you didn’t think of, and 200 bucks for a tip that may lead to a better result is peanuts.
- You probably know how to build links, but here’s how to decline links.
- Lyndon wrote a great post about How the hell people are going to link to you, if they don’t know you exist.
- Make sure to read Justilien’s post about How site architecture influences link building as well.