Archive for the "Contextual Links" Category

Don’t Build Links To Your Web Pages

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

There is no point in building links to your web pages unless you have already done your on site SEO first. In a very popular previous post we did we discussed the difference between an SEO personality and a Link Builder’s personality. An SEO typically focuses on optimizing the content ON the web site. (aka […]

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, […]

Mortgage Link Building – DoFollow Tuesdays

Tuesday, July 8th, 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 Mortgage & Finance market. We invite all of you out there to post (in the comments) a specific link building recommendation for the mortgage market (a good directory, authority […]

Top Search Engine Rankings are Easy!

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

Well okay, we have to admit that it isn’t easy to achieve top search engine rankings, but it may be easier than you think. The key is to understand contextual linking and to tailor your keyword phrases a bit. Greed is the enemy of page rank – everyone in the mortgage industry may want to […]

Link Building Campaigns That Work

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

You may have tried link building campaigns in the past and been disappointed in the results. Perhaps you got barely a blip in the major search engines or you saw your rank rise only to fall a few months later. Whatever the reasons for your disappointment, it’s a good bet that the main reason you […]