- Content Marketing: it’s All About Targeting
Early last year, content marketing surpassed link building, when it comes to search volume. It’s definitely not something new, but apparently the term is sufficiently self-explanatory at CEO- and manager level to have earned content marketing a place on the product menus of sales-driven SEO and online marketing agencies. In my opinion, there are two […]
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- How to find non-linking brand mentions
Earlier this week, Jason Acidre wrote a post with several good link building tips at Moz. I left a comment about link reclamation, but because I received a few questions about it on Twitter and via email, I decided to write a blog post about this topic: how to find non-linking brand mentions. First: find […]
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- Seven Ways to Become a Better Link Builder
Over a decade ago, I was introduced to the intriguing game of link building for the first time. My very first task was to create a few dozen splogs on freehost domains and to link them all together with exact match anchor texts, so it’s suffice to say that a lot has changed during the […]
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- Link Building Reading List, Part 2
Bored of reading yet another ‘Best Link Building Techniques for 2012’ article that includes tactics like blog commenting and directory submissions? Here’s a list with recently published link building posts, that provide new insights or try to make you think differently about link building. 92 Ways to get (and maximize) press coverage – Chris Winfield […]
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- New Link Building Reviews
The page with link building tools has been updated with reviews of two new link building tools, while the review of Linkdex has been updated with some new details and screenshots. Link Prospector, a collaboration of Citation Labs & Whitespark is an advanced link prospect finder. Having problems finding good link prospects, or do you […]
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- Link Building Reading List, Part 1
They’re back by popular demand: recurrent lists with links to excellent link building articles. Guaranteed to boost your link building with strategic insights, creative tips and 100% regurgitation-free™. Strategic link building: why you don’t need to outrun lions – David Klein Building links, gaining trust – Debra Mastaler Utilizing second tier link building for massive […]
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- The Different Styles of Link Building
In my opinion, there are three things that play a crucial role in what your ideal link building strategy should be: the size of your Budget, the quality of your Content and the quality of your Outreach. Which link building tactics you can use, depends on how much (or how little) you have available from […]
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- Link Building this Summer
With my most recent blog post being a few months old, saying that I haven’t been blogging much recently would be an understatement. This probably won’t improve a lot this year, so please expect an irregular posting frequency for at least the next few months. I’ll keep sharing my favorite stuff from the blogosphere every […]
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- Link Building this Month (03.2011)
A little bit later than usual, but here are the link building articles I enjoyed reading last month: Linkbuilding in competitive niches using communities & content – Pete Wailes Creating exceptional content for boring topics – Michael Gray 21-Day Link Builder Relationship Challenge – Jeremy Bencken Its not about link placement as much as link […]
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- How to Promote Existing Content (or Failed Linkbaits)
Any link builder has experienced it at least a few times. You’ve carefully crafted an amazing piece of content. The graphics and the text are top-notch, you’ve compiled a list with highly relevant targets to contact and you’ve dusted off your old Digg profile, since Reddit no longer likes SEOs. As soon as you’ve hit […]
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