SEO Posts

New Backlink Strategy Getting Top Spots Easily

Recently several major internet marketing forums are talking about a new backlinking strategy that gets sites to rank at the top positions in Google. The strategy was originally shared on BlackhatWorld and attracted lots of buzz. The author of the thread claimed he has multiple first spot listings in Google in pretty competitive niches and he’s making over 500 Euros per day from Adsense. This strategy is claimed to be safe from any Google update because the links to your money site are high PR links, and in case anything happens, you can easily remove them. The best part about this strategy, in my opinion, is that it’s easy to implement and maintain, and has the potential to stick on the first spots for a very long time. Without further ado, let’s have a close look at the following diagram.

What Makes Quality Content After All?

It is now crystal clear to all online marketers that bad content (spun, keyword stuffed, unrelated…) will not rank by throwing a million links on it in a day or 2. And good content will rank even no links are being built. We all know what makes an article look bad to the search engines, but what makes it good? There seems no specific guidelines, but sure there’s something you need to remember.

First off, uniqueness is key. Don’t expect the big G to rank your posts or sites full of stuff copied else where. You are not CNN or Huffington Post, so forget about it. Do your work to write unique posts, or at least make them unique.

Is Google Killing SEO?

Many online marketers are concerned about Google’s latest algo change that further de-values backlinking, especially spam link building. SEO is now increasingly more about “no SEO”.

Running a SEO service used to be easy in terms of following certain link-building guidelines (not mentioning the even easier on-page optimization), i.e. speed, consistency, and variety… But now it seems no longer so:

Many industries have taken hits across the board after algorithm updates have rolled out, but not a one has suffered as much as those in the SEO industry. Search engine optimization is the industry itself – so every time Google blackballs another practice or technique, another SEO company shuts the lights off….More at Will Google Obliterate SEO? | SiteProNews: Webmaster News …

If you want to build a sustainable online business for the long term, you cannot get away from Google. Google is in for the change, and so should we. So it’s utterly important for online marketers, especially SEO service providers to analyze this trend and be prepared for changes!

Post-Penguin Link Building, the Fun and Easy Way Part I

If you have been an online marketer for some time, you know half the link building techniques pushed by the “gurus” does not work, and the other half costs you considerable amount of money! And even more sadly, some of these don’t work AND cost you lots of money and effort! That may not be 100% true, but it is a fact that the majority of Internet marketers, especially newbies, spend significant amount of time and energy building links, and it’s not fun at all! If you are one of them, you need to read this article carefully.

Say goodbye to old-school link building techniques

First advice, and this is very serious, if you are still a member of the blog networks out there, cancel your subscription right NOW, and ask for a refund if possible! Yes, they have generated thousands of backlinks for you on autopilot during your subscription period, but they are all coming from low quality, low PR, spammy, and junk blogs, and the links are never indexed by the search engines. Your site can be easily flagged as SPAM, especially after the Google Penguin update!

Why You should Love Penguin & How Google’s Latest Update Benefits Internet Marketers

Penguins are cute, and we all love them! It seems Google is no exception. Soon enough after Google’s Panda update, a new algorithm change named Penguin started. It’s like Google falls in love with black-and-white animals. What are they going to name the next update? My guess is Zebra.

The goal of the Penguin update is to decrease the indexation of low-quality, spammy kind of sites that have low-quality, spun, and unrelated content, and sites that manipulate rankings by massive spammy link building. Quality of search results is vital for Google, that’s their blood line. Even we Internet marketers have suffered from the low quality search results before the update. Talk about how many fake reviews and affiliate redirects you found when you were searching for genuine Internet marketing product reviews! So despite the chaos at the beginning, I’m a big fan of this update for 2 reasons.