Posts Tagged with "paid links"

Link Building – What Now?

Monday, February 28th, 2011

Paid links are dirty words in link building parlance. It’s no secret that buying links can lead to ugly penalties that can drop an otherwise well-behaving site pages down the SERPs or even out of them altogether. Yet some gray area certainly exists as far as what is a paid link and what is acceptable. […]

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 […]

Buy Links or Trouble?

Monday, December 31st, 2007

The big debate raging on the Internet these days focuses on Google’s recent campaign to ensure that paid links aren’t part of the determination of popularity of a website. Their take is that if you buy links, you’re trying to skew the results of any search in order to increase your presence in the rankings. But wait, […]