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How to Get Backlinks in 2021 (Part 2) – Whiteboard Friday

2020 is practically over, and 2021 is almost here, but trying to reclaim lost links and building new ones remains as important as ever. In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Britney Muller introduces the second part of her link building series where she guides us through tips and tricks for link prospecting.

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Google Has Migrated The Disavow Link To The New Search Console

Google has announced that has finally migrated the disavow link tool from the old Search Console to the new version after a year after the company closed down the old version of Google Search Console. If you want to know where the disavow link tool is in the new Search Console, you can find it [...]

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Bing Webmaster Tools Now Gives You Competitive Link Data

In an announcement, Bing is pushing out a new feature for its backlinks tool within Bing Webmaster Tools named "similar sites" that lets you compare your sit's backlinks to another site. In order to access this feature, you need to login to Bing Webmaster Tools, click on Backlinks and then on the "similar sites" tab. [...]

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Google’s New Treatment Of Nofollow Links Has Arrived

As of March 1 and on, Google will treat the nofollow link attribute as a hint, rather than a directive, for crawling and indexing purposes. Google is already treating all link attributes (sponsored, UGC and nofollow) as hints for ranking purposes. It has been doing this since it first made the original announcement in September 2019. The nofollow link attribute, which [...]

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Jim Boykin On How Link Building Has Evolved Over Two Decades

Barry visited the office of Jim Boykin of Internet Marketing Ninjas to chat about the early days of SEO and how things have changed over the decades. The two spoke about the early days of link building and how link building has changed over the years, as well as the changes at Jim's company, including [...]

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A Year of Link Building Tips

Throughout the last 12 months, Roger Montti has been writing articles that focus on link building that are suitable for all different levels of knowledge. An important thing to note is that link building isn't just strategies and tactics. There's a lot more to it than that. There's a lot of background information that can [...]

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Russ Jones From Moz On Domain Authority & The Community Reaction

Moz had upgraded its domain authority metric earlier this year. At the time, Search Engine Land’s Greg Sterling had a conversation with Russ Jones, the principal search scientist at Moz, about how SEOs should be utilizing the metric. Russ is still spending his time trying to reduce confusion about Domain Authority and link builders trying to sell based [...]

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Meta Robots Nofollow Gets The Hint Treatment Too

In accordance to Google's new treatment of the nofollow link attribute, the robots meta tag is going to be treated as a hint, Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Illyes tweeted on September 11.  “There’s no meta robots ugc and sponsored, it won’t do anything if you add that,” Illyes also stated in his tweet.  A number of SEOs question why they should [...]

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