7 Link Building Mistakes To Avoid While Building Backlinks

On February 6th, 2013, wrote:

Building links for your own website or blog is major aspect of SEO of your blog/website. Any blog post without proper link to related information doesn’t sound good in today’s world of internet marketing. These links should be provided by keeping w3 standards in eye and ensuring that browsers can handle those links properly. There are certain backlink building mistakes committed by new bloggers/seo optimizers. As the old saying goes, to err is human and every person commits mistakes in one stage of his or her life and it can also happen while building backlinks. Let us take a look at some link building mistakes commonly made by new bloggers: Giving links to sites which have a bad reputation Reputation of a website/blog from where a backlink to your website is coming is a very important thing to keep in mind. By bad reputation, we mean websites with spam or porn. Giving backlinks to such websites can affect the reputation – Read the full article

6 Ways to Repurpose Your Content to Squeeze More Backlinks Out of It

On June 22nd, 2012, wrote:

Regular content creation is necessary for your website, but it takes time to produce quality content; and especially today, in the time of content marketing, creating backlinks for your website also requires plenty of content. That’s a lot of content creation, and a lot of time spent on it! Now, it’s a fantastic thing to be able to generate valuable backlinks, and even better to have quality articles on your website. But after you’ve spent hours or days to research and write one really quality piece, don’t you feel sometimes that it’s a shame you can’t use it to squeeze more value out of it – to publish it somewhere else, or to create more backlinks? Well, there are ways to make that one piece of content work harder and generate more quality backlinks. No, we’re not talking about re-publishing and duplicate content issues: we’re talking about re-shaping an article into another form that will be unique and that will – Read the full article

SEO Success Tips: Factors that Influence Backlink Quality

On May 4th, 2012, wrote:

Backlinks and SEO (search engine optimization) success are always linked together. It is understood that a website with plenty of quality backlinks usually ranks high in Google’s search engine results pages (SERPs). That’s why many SEO firms, website owners, and Internet marketing professionals incorporate link building strategies into their SEO plan – in hopes of enhancing their search performance on the Web. What is a backlink? A backlink – sometimes called incoming link, inbound link, or inward link – is a link that points to a website or web page, coming from another site or page. A quality backlink is often considered a vote of confidence, as it signifies that the backlink source trusts a website or page well enough to lead or direct the source’s visitors to the backlinked site. SEO experts, website owners, and online marketers know that it’s not enough to get as many backlinks as possible. Quality matters, too, and perhaps – in these days of – Read the full article

SEO 101: Great Tips for Building Backlinks

On January 28th, 2012, wrote:

Quality backlinks play a very important role in the search engine optimization of any site. Backlinks refer to links on other websites pointing to yours. So how do you go about getting them? The Natural Way If your web content is good, people are likely to begin linking to it. The more backlinks your site has, the better. However, it does not always follow that if you have great content, people will always want to link to you. This means that you might not be able to promote your website successfully through the natural way of building backlinks. You will then have to figure out alternative ways of getting quality backlinks. And even if you get many backlinks through the natural way, you could always use additional backlinks. Some of the acceptable methods of building links are through posting in forums, article directories, and blogs. The unacceptable methods (at least to Google’s eyes) include linking to link farms, buying links – Read the full article

SEO 101: The 6 Important SEO Metrics to Monitor for a Successful SEO Strategy

On January 11th, 2012, wrote:

For your site to be noticed and to get traffic, it should have a good position in search, so that it will always land on the first page of popular search results at search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. Achieving this is no miracle and is not something that can be done overnight: it takes an effective SEO strategy to move your website to the top of search engine results. In order for an SEO strategy to be successful, a website owner should monitor the different metrics of their site on a daily or weekly basis to gauge if the strategy that they are implementing is working. Here are a few metrics that any website owner should watch out for, to know if they are on the right track and if the strategy that they are implementing is improving their website’s ranking: SEO Metrics Traffic Metrics. Web traffic is the number of visitors that your site is getting. This – Read the full article

53 Essential Terms: Internet Marketing and SEO Glossary

On January 7th, 2011, wrote:

In my experience with Internet Marketing and SEO, I have come across a multitude of Internet marketing  and SEO terms.  A lot of these terms usually have very vague or technical definitions that leave you confused and frustrated.  I know how you feel, trust me, I have been there. Fear not, I have compiled a list of internet marketing and SEO keywords in layman’s terms for you people that are new to SEO and internet marketing. 1. Anchor text , anchor link – When you are reading content, and a word is clickable and contains a link. 2. Backlink, back-link – a link from an outside website (outside source) that points back to a website.  (i.e. all the links that connect back to your blog) 3. Broken link – a link that fails to connect to it’s intended destination 4. Cloaking – When a website presents one version of itself to the user and another version to the search engine. – Read the full article