Posts Tagged with "link popularity"

Link Attraction: How Does Your Site Score?

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

It could be said that in some ways the Internet mimics life. If we see an attractive person we might say, “She’s hot, what a 10,” or, “He’s not bad, I think he’s a 6.” Seems to me the same thing is done with websites. PageRank is given to websites on a scale of 0-10, […]

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 […]

Link Popularity or Link Pop?

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Once you have your website up and running, you may be shocked if, after a few months, you aren’t getting any visitors and you’re still in the dungeons of the major search engines. If you have good content, lots of SEO and a great product or service, what’s keeping you from being seen? It’s most […]

Text Links Help Guide the Search Engines

Friday, January 4th, 2008

Text links have increasingly been the topic of discussion for websites around the globe recently. The importance of keywords and keyword phrases and direct paid links is well known. However, what many individuals don’t realize is that keywords or phrases mentioned in relation to your own site on other sites can be just as powerful […]

Creating Link Popularity – Without Getting Banned

Friday, November 9th, 2007

By now, most webmasters know that link popularity is the single most important factor in driving top search engine rankings. But did you know that some some links can actually kill your search engine rankings? The importance of links has led to the creation of "links programs" such as LinksToYou and others. If you’re already […]