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Matt Says to Avoid Article Directories for Link Building

Matt today, answered question about links from relevant content in article directories, being in SEO, I will say it as rare question if someone ask link building from Article Directories, as long time ago these methods was declared as spammy and un-natural.

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By |January 31st, 2014|Google, Link Building|Comments Off on Matt Says to Avoid Article Directories for Link Building

Matt Cutts Talks About How To Avoid Penalties From Blog Comments

Matt Cutts in his recent video, explained about how to avoid penalties caused by blog comments, the question was about building relevant blog comments from themed blogs, do they still cause penalties or against webmaster guidelines, if built from relevant or topical blogs.

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By |November 15th, 2013|Google, Link Building|Comments Off on Matt Cutts Talks About How To Avoid Penalties From Blog Comments

Google’s Matt Cutts Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

Replying to a question raised by Eric Enge that link building is illegal now, Google’ Matt Cutts clarified that all link building is not illegal except some link methods like hacking blogs etc.  In an interview with “Eric Enge”, Google want webmasters to change their thinking about how they build links, they need to reverse their process and should really think first about compelling contents or great looking website and by doing this, you are getting others to links you automatically due to the quality of your contents. So you need to drop your thinking of first getting the links, instead try in such a way that people should link you due to quality of your contents or website. […]

By |July 10th, 2013|Google, Link Building|Comments Off on Google’s Matt Cutts Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

Innovative methods of Link Building for local rankings in 2013

Local rankings are one of the important aspects to increase your sales and traffic in 2013 with rise of Panda and Penguin, Some of the businesses like lawyers,  plumbing etc are the ones which depends mostly on local customers. Today we will be discussing some of the great methods […]

By |December 12th, 2012|Google, Link Building, SEO, Tips and Articles|Comments Off on Innovative methods of Link Building for local rankings in 2013

Linking guidelines updated in Google Link Schemes

As per recent post on Google Webmaster Blog, Google has updated long due guidelines for webmasters; SubmitShop team reviewed the OLD vs NEW pages to explain it more easily for our clients and users.

On new pages, you will see a video explaining “Webspam Content Violations” which was not part of old guidelines. There are also points added in basic and specific guidelines. […]

By |October 3rd, 2012|Google, Link Building, SEO|Comments Off on Linking guidelines updated in Google Link Schemes

Junk anchor text list for post Panda & Penguin SEO Link Building

Panda/Penguin have been a nightmare for webmasters/seo’s from quite some time now. SEO after post Panda/Penguin update is changed a lot and one main factor is Anchor Text distribution. While before it was like concentrating in getting links for specific keywords, and now it’s totally opposite and you should try building your link profile with Junk/universal anchors, Naked URLs, and Branded Anchors texts.

Junk anchor text is neither exact match nor brand related, and such links are like “click here,” “Read more”, […]

By |August 24th, 2012|Link Building, SEO|Comments Off on Junk anchor text list for post Panda & Penguin SEO Link Building

Link building notifications Clarification by Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts from Google has clarified the difference between old and new messages by saying that new messages also lack the yellow exclamation mark which is having in old messages. Old Link Messages In those cases if you received original link message, you have clear your link profile for low quality links and submit […]

By |July 30th, 2012|Google, Link Building|Comments Off on Link building notifications Clarification by Matt Cutts

How to identify Low quality and Spam Web Directories?

As we know that few posts have been written on de-indexing of Web directories from Google index after penguin update. Few days ago SubmitShop also published his own views that why Google is not against Directory Submission Services.

Google likes topical web directories and high quality directories, it’s true that over the time, Google index has been filled by 1000’s of low quality web directories which has no real value of end users as well as Search Engines. In most cases, those type of directories are run by same owner made for submission only. […]

By |June 14th, 2012|Directory Submission, Google, Link Building, SEO|Comments Off on How to identify Low quality and Spam Web Directories?

Links to your site – updated in Google Webmaster Tools

Google have more clear view of Back Links in Webmaster tools, The new feature which is called “Links to your site” in Webmaster Tools  is now updated to show you which domains link the most to your site (Although these links are not accurate)

You will see, The domains linking most to your site, The pages […]

By |October 14th, 2010|Link Building, SEO, Tips and Articles|Comments Off on Links to your site – updated in Google Webmaster Tools

Use of Small or Capital Letter in Anchor Text – Link Building

I got this question recently in meet of link builders held in our city. Either we should use capital letter or small letter or the first character of each word with capital letter in keyword phrase. I found there is some clue in it. I think search engine understand the links differently to small extent with the small or capital letter. Let us see the example how the “search engine optimization” can be used in anchor text […]

By |June 23rd, 2010|Link Building|Comments Off on Use of Small or Capital Letter in Anchor Text – Link Building