A bit later than usual (I’ve been away on vacation for about a week), but here’s Link Marketing this Month with the best link marketing related posts from March.
One of my favorite posts of the year so far is Lisa Barone’s killer tips for getting links and content from Flickr, where she explains how the Flickr community can contribute to your content AND help you to promote it. Great stuff.
Also, Gyutae Park mentioned 5 ways to optimize your existing links. Especially his first point, asking links from someone who’s linked to you before, can work like a charm. Combine this with Lisa’s earliermentioned tips, a solid blogger pitching strategy, and probably some offline marketing, and a solid amount of awesome links is a near certainty.
- Eric Ward was wondering if Twitter is incredibly valuable or utterly useless for link building
- Garrett French listed 16 ways to measure a link’s marketing value
- Eric Enge discussed the temporal nature of link building
- Bill Slawski explained a Google patent on web link spam (btw, if you’re interested in more patent stuff, I highly recommend you to subscribe to Dave’s Dojo newsletter)