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Link Building

Link Building Vs. Link Buying

Google has repeatedly said that buying links is in, “violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and can negatively impact a site’s ranking in search results.”

So if buying links is against the rules, what is a website owner with a legit service or business to do? This is where many of my clients first come to me.  They have a business or website and want to rank higher in the search engines, but no matter how much content they add to their sites, no matter how much time they spend working on their site, it still doesn’t rank higher.

By |May 11th, 2011|Link Building|3 Comments

How Do I Keep My Competitors From Stealing My Links?

Stealing links is a very popular link building method for many people, including my team. If I can get all of the links someone else has, then build more, I will theoretically outrank them.  That doesn’t always work out because there are many other ranking factors including domain age, age of links (yes, that’s right, the age of your links), quality of the site, on-page SEO, etc.

By |April 23rd, 2011|SEO/SEM|4 Comments

How to Steal Your Competitors Links

Stealing your competitors links is the quickest and easiest way to make progress when trying to rank for a competitive keyword. Here’s how you can do it too.

By |April 20th, 2011|Link Building|2 Comments

SEO Test With

If you’ve never been to, there are millions of links to be had.  The only problem is that they’re mainly junk links which are only good for increasing link diversity, and not actually helping pages rank.  Increasing link diversity can help keep your competitors from stealing your links.  On second thought, these links are also good for helping a new site get indexed.  They can quicken the process and help Google find your site sooner.  For most sites, this happens pretty quickly, within a week at the most.

By |April 19th, 2011|Link Building|5 Comments