Posts Tagged ‘link building’

Seven Steps to Evaluate an SEO Link Directory

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Directory Evaluation
The value of link directories are often a subject of debate. Some people think that directories pass value, others don’t. The reality is, link directories do in fact pass value, however, you must undergo rigorous link evaluation to ensure they’re worth submitting to. Those who do this wrong end up thinking link directories aren’t… Read more

20 Indispensable Tips for Webmasters New to SEO

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Search engine optimization (SEO) is more art than science. But there are many tried and true optimization tips which almost everyone agrees on.
If you are just starting out in SEO for your own website, don’t overwhelm yourself. It’s likely that 80% of your optimization gains will come from the top 20% of the SEO tips… Read more

Useless Link Building Techniques You Can Stop Using

Friday, February 17th, 2012

As 2012 already brings its share of changes to search engine algorithms and new implementations of existing features (of course, Google+ jumps to mind), it is truly amazing how so many so-called SEO practitioners persist in relying on absurd link building techniques that bring absolutely no benefit to their overall online marketing strategies once they… Read more

A Lesser Known Method Of Link Building

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

From Peter Lavelle at foreign exchange specialist Pure FX
Do you run a blog or website? Then I’m certain I don’t need to impress upon you the importance of building backlinks. Doing so helps you reap benefits including featuring higher on Google’s organic listing and receiving referral traffic from the links. Moreover, there are countless reputable… Read more

How to Link Build with Long Tail Keywords

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Link building with long tail keywords is an alternative to link building with top generic keywords. Instead of fighting for one or two word anchors, you can extend a browsers search by using 3+ words for subcategories. Categories, in themselves, are generic descriptions of a particular industry. You must dig deeper into your niche to… Read more

5 Ways to Repurpose Your Own Content for More Back Links!

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

Backlinks are just one way search engines know how important a page is when determining page rank. Links from quality sites increase your search engine rank, which means increased organic traffic. Backlinks do not have to come from external sites to affect your rank; links within your site or blog to other pages can also… Read more

Reciprocal Link Building – Pros & Cons

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

A reciprocal link is nothing but a ‘connection’; linking you to other sites like yours. The main agenda is to spread your connections on the web, and gain more popularity. The more popular you are on the ‘web’, the easier it is for the Google spiders to crawl over your site ñ leading you to… Read more

The Many Skills of Modern SEO

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

The game changing Google algorithm, Panda/Farmer update last January, sent shock waves through the SEO community. Content Management is now the power drill in the SEO toolbox. SEO is still, to some extent, about link-building, and probably always will be, but we have witnessed mammoth shifts in the value of those links. An SEO (or… Read more