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Posts Tagged ‘link’

The Most Important Link Penalty Removal Tool: Your Mindset

March 5, 2015  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Eric Enge Let's face it. Getting slapped by a manual link penalty, or by the Penguin algorithm, really stinks. Once this has happened to you, your business is in a world of hurt. Worse still is the fact that you can't get clear information from Google on which of your links are the bad ones. In today's post, I am going to focus on the number one reason why people fail to get out from under these types of problems, and how to improve your chances of success.The mindset Success begins, continues, and ends with the right mindset. A large...

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Announcing the New & Improved Link Intersect Tool

February 13, 2015  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by randfishY'all remember how last October, we launched a new section in Open Site Explorer called "Link Opportunities?" While I was proud of that work, there was one section that really disappointed me at the time (and I said as much in my comments on the post).Well, today, that disappointment is over, because we're stepping up the Link Intersect tool inside OSE big time:Literally thousands of sweet, sweet link opportunities are now yours at the click of a buttonIn the initial launch, Link Intersect used Freshscape (which powers Fresh Web Explorer). Freshscape is great for certain kinds of data - links and mentions that...

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Open Site Explorer’s New Link Building Opportunities Section (and a Slight Redesign)

October 16, 2014  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by randfish Why hello there! You're looking marvelous today, you really are. And, in other good news, Open Site Explorer has a bit of a new look—and an entirely new section called "Link Opportunities" to help make some link prospecting tasks easier and more automated. Come with me and I'll show you; it'll be fun :-) The new look We know a lot of folks liked the old tab structure but we ran out of space. With this redesign we now have the flexibility to add new features and functionality simply by popping in new sections on the left sidebar menu. It's a little...

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The Future of Link Building

October 8, 2014  |  SEO  |  , ,  |  1 Comment

Posted by Paddy_Moogan Building the types of links that help grow your online business and organic search traffic is getting harder. It used to be fairly straightforward, back before Google worked out how to treat links with different levels of quality and trust. However, the fact that it's getting harder doesn't mean that it's dead. What does the future hold? I'm going to talk about links, but the truth is, the future isn't really about the links. It is far bigger than that. Quick sidenote: I'm aware that doing a blog post about the future of link building the week of a likely Penguin update...

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Broken Link Building Bible: The New Testament

September 25, 2014  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by russviranteIt was a little over a year ago that I first wrote the "Broken Link Building Bible" and it seemed like it was time for an update. If you haven't had a chance yet, please head over to the original, as most of it is still highly relevant today, and it contains the basics which will not be covered in this post.  Today I present a New Testament, complete with ethical guidelines, new prospecting, content, and outreach techniques. Throughout this guide I will show you how to accomplish most of these tactics using a culmination of tools like Open Site...

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