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Posts Tagged With "linkbuilding"

How to Future Proof your Linkbuilding

Google is constantly changing and improving. It's obviously not the same as what it was when it started a handful of years ago. The recent Penguin update has changed the way we look at linkbuilding. It used to be about quantity and quality. Right now, linkbuilding is shifting away from quantity - giving a much ...

How important is Anchor Text to a Backlink?

Linkbuilding is an essential part of SEO. The more links, the merrier. Each link consequently comes with an anchor text. The confusion right now is, does Google still give as much important to anchor text as it does before? Continue reading How important is Anchor Text to a Backlink?

Link Placements

Where you place your link in your website is one of the most overlooked linkbuilding techniques of SEO specialists today. The importance of where your link exists in a page is critical. So what do you need to know about link placements? Continue reading Link Placements

Competition Backlink Trolling

There are lots of ways to spy out a competitor's moves in the internet marketing world. All websites are public. All websites are visible. Therefore all public activities of a website can be studied. One of those things are the backlinks of any website. And since you and your competitors are on the same playing ...

Linkbuilding Techniques

This is a Bonus Tutorial that comes for free when you sign up as a Sterling Student Lately I have been in the task of compiling link building techniques. It's not really 'magic' but it's something you can do as a unique task against your competition: Link Searching Link search is never easy – and don’t believe ...

6 Common Linkbuilding Misconceptions

This entry is part two of 6 wrong linkbuilding mindsets. These linkbuilding misconceptions are subtle and creep into the subconscious of most SEO practitioners. Avoiding them will be a big help to an SEO practitioner's linkbuilding campaign. Continue reading 6 Common Linkbuilding Misconceptions