It’s official, the fall out from the may day update has produced some of the funniest threads I have read across the webmaster forums.
Good Friday session from SEOMoz on link building with nudges. It’s interesting how link building can blend into all marketing vehicles. What Rand is discussing here is good conversion practice and it’s great to see how that’s integrated into a good link building concept. I just got my copy of Nudge, now have to find time to read it.
Due to lack of time, I am going to cheat with the next couple of blog posts. This is just a shameless link to my latest blog post over at BigOak SEO on link building with Google Alerts and RSS Feeds.
The following is a guest blog post:
Building links to your site. We all know this is the most time consuming part of a great SEO strategy. Emailing people all the time, spreading our links through twitter, and building up relationships with other site owners takes plenty of time. And while these tactics are all indispensable to a link-building campaign, there may be one that is often overlooked.
Continue reading Building Links Through Adwords
A professional link builder is nothing without his tools. Link analysis is one of the most important parts of a link builders job. The beauty of online marketing is a competitors strategy is there for the world to see, steal and improve on if you know what to look for. I love the initial process of building a mind map around a new market I am working on, so when the guys at CEMPER.com asked would I give their new LinkResearchTools a test drive, it was an immediate yes.
Continue reading A Month With LinkResearchTools from Cemper.com
Whilst I was reading another excellent post from Wiep.Net on link exchange request, it got me thinking on the difficulties of educating clients as to why link building is necessary at all. Most clients would like to live by the “Build it and they will come” motto. I remember a guy telling me this after he had invested so much cash into developing a site, he didn’t have anything left over to market it. He grasped onto that concept that people would find the site because it filled a gap in the market. It was a good site, but no one came.
Continue reading Can Your Clients Handle The Real Truths of Link Building
Thanks to the guys over at SEO Dojo for the following video from Eric Enge on link building for your business. Nothing mind boggling but a good video. The writing content for sites in return for links is something that’s used by some of the very best companies out there (in the U.S). Difficult part is getting a process in place that ensures you get ROI from the amount of research put in.
It appears 2010 will be a big year for search on the back of 2009. We have real time search, which was Google basically vomiting twitter comments all over their nice clean SERPs. Then personalized search, which is now even active when a user is logged out of Google. This is kinda frustrating me at the moment. Another addition which may off gone unnoticed is Googles comments regarding blog comment spam
Continue reading Blog Commenting Spam Might Get You Whacked