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Ultimate Guide to Link Building Book Review

April 15th, 2013 Leave a comment
Ultimate Guide to Link Building Book Review

This post is a digression from our customary technology topics, but I just finished reading a very exciting new book, Ultimate Guide to Link Building by Eric Ward and Garrett French, and I thought my readers would benefit from my review of this highly anticipated paperback. If you own a website of any kind, regardless of its age, size and purpose, it’s almost a given that it would require some amount of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Link Building. The latter remains as the single most definitive external factor underscoring a website’s search popularity. I’ve been a subscriber to Eric’s LinkMoses Private… View full post »

Getting Inside Your Robots.txt File

August 5th, 2012 Leave a comment
Getting Inside Your Robots.txt File

For most people, the web site is a collection of sites that are posted online for hobbies, work, amusement or business. When we want to find a site on a particular topic we open up our favorite search engine and with a few keywords, find what we need. For some, little thought is given to how those pages get linked to those keywords. How does the search engine know that this page is about this topic? How does it know two pages are related through links? The simple answer is the Robots.txt file that is used to inform search… View full post »

Social Link Building Strategies – Pump Up Your SEO

April 17th, 2012 Leave a comment
Social Link Building Strategies - Pump Up Your SEO

Almost everyone is into social media these days and it seems like it is a good place to promote your web site and begin building links to improve the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your site. However, it may be difficult to know how to begin. In this article I will talk about social link building and how you can use this technique to get higher rankings and more page views from your site. It is not the only SEO strategy you should employ, but it is one of the more critical ones that takes time to materialize… View full post »