How does required duplicate content (terms and conditions, etc.) affect search?
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Link Building Case Study: My #1 Strategy For 2016
When it comes to link building, there are literally dozens of strategies to choose from. And the one from this video "Guestographics" is one of my all-time favorites. And in this case study you'll EXACTLY how one of my readers, Perrin, boosted his site's organic traffic by more than 900%. Check it out. Here's the deal: I probably don't need to tell you that building links is super-important for SEO. You can modify your title tags and write great content, but if you don't have backlinks, you're simply not going to rank in Google. The problem is that link building isn't as easy as it used to be. Black hat strategies like blog commenting and article directories are long gone. Today, you need to create and promote awesome content. When you do that, you get the type of natural links that Google rewards today. And in this video I show you how to do it. Specifically, you'l learn how to create a highly valuable piece of content...and promote that content so that influential bloggers and journalists will link to it. Yes, it requires work. But if you're willing to put in the work, there's no reason that this strategy can't help your link building efforts.