Archive for July, 2008

Waiter? I didn’t order this Spamburger…

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

In the hotbed of interconnectedness we know as the internet, a webmaster quickly gets used to the idea of other sites taking his link and/or content (hopefully also with links) to post on their site. In fact many times he will even ask for specific sites to do this and, if he’s lucky enough to get […]

Jewelry & Watch Links – DoFollow Tuesdays

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Every Tuesday we pick a vertical market based on the number of votes a market receives at our Vertical Market Poll. This week it is the Jewelry & Watch  market.   We invite all of you out there to post (in the comments) a specific link building recommendation for the jewlery & watch retail market (a good directory, authority website, […]

Rankings, Reputation, & Optimization

Thursday, July 24th, 2008

Because of its widespread use today, Search Engine Optimization is much less of a mystery than it used to be. If someone was especially interested in gaining rankings for their site, enough information exists on the internet to instruct them in such an endeavor with relative ease. For example, a recent article by Jeffrey Smith […]

Google’s Take On NoFollow vs. DoFollow

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

Every Tuesday we pick a vertical market based on the number of votes a market receives at our Vertical Market Poll.  However today, we are going to do something a little bit different with our "DoFollow" post.  As we continually get asked how Google feels about NoFollow, we are going to provide some information about DoFollow […]

Top Ranking & Revenue Comparison

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

A few days ago, a great post about SEO for commercial websites was posted on Online Marketing with RSSRay. We’d like to share this valuable information with you because it’s relevance to link building is undeniable. Dale Knauss, who is Ray’s radio show producer, did a very thorough job of explaining just how valuable a top […]