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Why Social Media Creates Link Building Opportunities: Here’s Why!

Unfortunately, search engines don’t put much weight on social media as a provider of reliable ranking signals. But that doesn’t mean social media isn’t important to your SEO strategy. In this episode of the popular Here's Why digital marketing video series, Mark Traphagen explains how to use social media to increase your chances of earning [...]

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Show Me The Links: Enterprise Link Building

Enterprise clients have their own unique challenges even though the budgets are usually bigger. In this SEMrush episode of Show Me The Links we’ll discuss what those challenges are, how to work through them, and how to apply these ideas to clients with smaller budgets.

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Building Links with Great Content – Natural Syndication Networks

It seems that the best way to improve domain authority is to generate large numbers of earned links from high authority publishers. It's not possible to get these links via: Link exchanges Buying links Private Blog Networks, or PBNs Comment links Paid native content or sponsored posts Any other method you may have encountered It's [...]

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Link Building’s Tipping Point Presented by Rand Fishkin

Links still move the needle—on rankings, traffic, reputation, and referrals. Yet, some SEOs have come to believe that if we "create great content," links will just appear (and rankings will follow). Rand will dispell this myth and focus on how to architect a link strategy, alongside some hot new tools and tactics for link acquisition [...]

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The Rules of Link Building – Whiteboard Friday

Is your link building strategy going in the right direction?  Are you utilizing outdated practices?  In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Britney Muller clarifies what link building tactics are still relevant, and which ones are useless or a potentially harmful. The Rules of Link Building - Whiteboard Friday

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Why Do We Overcomplicate Link Building?

For Julie Joyce, one of the things that she gets asked is what sorts of tactics and strategies she can share with people about link building. When Joyce answers that question with "I just search the web for good sites and reach out to them," it stops people in their tracks. People usually expect some revolutionary [...]

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Best Practices For Qualifying Your Link Opportunities

Links are an essential part of the internet.  When the internet was still young, links weren't seen as "ranking signals" but as relevant connections and partnerships between sites.  As links evolved to become a dominant part of the search engine rankings algorithms, many have begun focusing on acquiring as many links as possible. Link Building [...]

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Image Link Building – Whiteboard Friday

Image link building can be an art, as there are some distinct considerations from traditional link building, and doing it right requires a balance of creativity, and the right tools on hand can really help.  In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Britney Muller, an SEO and link builder for Moz, offers some concrete advice for [...]

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