The Cautious Person’s Guide To Link Building

by Pam Neely
Links are one of the most fundamental elements of search engine optimization. They’re right up there with content in terms of how important they are. But unfortunately, there’s still some confusion about the difference between good links and bad links. Even those terms – “good links” and “bad links” – aren’t helpful. Links typically aren’t that black and white.Read the full article

Advanced SEO Strategy That Gets Results

Read a case study of this advanced SEO strategy in action here: It's no secret that more white hat links=more search engine traffic... ...and more traffic means more leads and sales for you. But the question is: how do you get links that are actually work? Or more importantly: how do you get backlinks that won't penalize your site? Well that's EXACTLY what I share with you in this video. You'll learn: -The 3-step process that land you authority links from sites in your industry (I call this technique "The Moving Man Method"). You can use this SEO technique for any business, but it works especially well for ecommerce SEO. -How you can leverage closed businesses like Borders Books, BlockBuster Video and for traffic to your site. -The exact word-for-word scripts that you can use to convince site owners and bloggers to link to your site. OK, let's go over the steps in this advanced SEO strategy. First, you need to find popular resources on the web that aren't around anymore...or are so severely out of date that they're essentially useless. For example, let's say you run an ecommerce site that sells video games. Then Blockbuster's site -- which has thousands of links still pointing to it -- would be an ideal site to find. If you're stuck, here are some search strings you can use in Google: keyword + out of business keyword + chapter 11 keyword + "service no longer available" Next, you want to check and make sure that these resources have quality links pointing to them. This is important. You can quickly check the page's links using a program like Open Site Explorer, Majestic SEO or Ahrefs. I prefer Ahrefs but they all work pretty well. Finally, let the person know about their outdated backlink...and suggest that they replace it with yours. Boom! You just got yourself some quality, contextual links. If you want more advanced SEO tutorials like this, subscribe to my channel right now: