Posts Tagged backlink


What’s a “Good” Link?

Not all backlinks are created equally. If you want to be sure that you’re getting links that Google will love, follow these simple rules…

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SEO Press Releases

Press releases are an important part of your overall SEO strategy. Though there are tons of free press release sites online, since Panda, I don’t think it’s a great idea to pepper the Web with the same press release like it was just a year ago. Find one great press release site, and upload your […]

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Google’s Latest Algorithm Change Highlights

Ah yes, did you notice a change in your page rank of late? Last week, I think it was, I noticed that this blog’s page rank rose from PR3 to PR4. I was lucky, but I know of a very cool, authoritative site that went from PR5 down to PR4. So, what changed? Here are […]

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The Link: Query and DMOZ

This is a great video from Google’s Matt Cutts. How about this? When you type link: http://website.com into a Google search bar, you’re not getting all of the backlinks that Google knows about. Cutts says they reserve it for Google Webmaster Tools so that your competition isn’t seeing all your backlinks so that you’re the […]

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SEO: Age Is a Big Factor

You’re excited! Today, you’re opening your new website to the world. It’s got an amazing look and feel, and you just know that it will be so popular that throngs will flock to it overnight. Then, it doesn’t happen. Weeks go by and nobody comes. You’re miserable, and maybe even think that the Internet is […]

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Tynt Insight Is Awesome!

Sorry I’ve been MIA… Tax time, my friends. All done, and so… my apologies. I have something cool to share with you today. I know I wrote about this once before, but maybe not in such detail, so here’s the deal… If you have a blog, you’re probably destined to have your content swiped. Sometimes, […]

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Common SEO Mistakes

I found a really great post over at Search Engine Land, called “25 Super Common Mistakes .” It’s from back in October, and I’m not sure how I missed it. There are some issues that you may not be thinking about when it comes to SEO. For example: Image via CrunchBase Using broad match when […]

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