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Types of Shareable Content (And How to Earn Links With Them)

Content is king. Bill Gates famously said that all the way back in 1996. As true as it was back then, it is certainly true in the marketing world today. Content marketing is THE trend of the online marketing sphere right now. Because of the widespread availability of the internet and the steady improvement of …

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But I Have to Buy Links, Ads, and Exposure, Because My Customers Won’t Amplify My Content – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish We hear frequently from marketers who are frustrated that their audiences aren’t sharing their content, making them think the only way to promote their brands is to pay for exposure. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand shows you a new way to think about your marketing that may be just the solution. For …

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Local Event Marketing: Earn Links, Build Citations, Get Reviews, Increase Foot Traffic, and Win at Local SEO

Posted by Casey_Meraz The recent Google Pigeon update that affected local search was just another example of why marketer’s should never put all of their eggs in one basket.  Online marketing has been rapidly evolving over the years and a major paradigm shift has happened which has caused marketers to stop building links and start …

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Link Echoes (a.k.a. Link Ghosts): Why Rankings Remain Even After Links Disappear – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish One of the more interesting phenomena illustrated by Rand’s IMEC Lab project is that of “link echoes,” sometimes referred to as “link ghosts.” The idea is that if we move a page up in rankings by pointing links to it, and then remove those links, the bump in rankings often remains. In …

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Everybody is a Spammer Now That Google Hates Links

The guest posting for SEO debacle just shows how Google increasingly hates proper hyperlinks that are open source and not effectively controlled by Google. Genuine guest bloggers will have to hurt themselves in search now by adding the crippling nofollow attribute to their posts. In case you publish on the open Web you’re a spammer… …

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Wikimedia Blames ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ for Missing Links

At least 50 links directing European readers to Wikipedia content have been removed by Google in compliance with the so-called Right to be Forgotten legislation. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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“Right To Be Forgotten” To Blame For Removal Of 50 Wikipedia Links From EU Search Results

According to a release today from the Wikimedia Foundation, 50 links to its Wikipedia site have been removed from Google search results in Europe on account of the recent Right to Be Forgotten legislation. From the release: As of July 18, Google has received more than 91,000 removal requests… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search …

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Spain’s Newspapers Target Google Tax For Links To News

Spanish newspaper publishers believe they have found a way to get payment for the listing of their online content in Google.

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The Zen of SEO: Earning Links by Helping People

While many people use Zen solely as synonym of “awesome” I’d like to show that you can translate your Zen practice into your work as an online publisher. Helping people without judging them is one of the main tenets of the awakened Zen practitioner. How does it differ from the fake servility of many businesses?… …

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Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Requests

Google has removed “the majority” of “right to be forgotten” requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved “more than 50 percent” of the requests. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Dear Google, Links from YouMoz Don’t Violate Your Quality Guidelines

Posted by randfish Recently, Moz contributor Scott Wyden, a photographer in New Jersey, received a warning in his Google Webmaster Tools about some links that violated Google’s Quality Guidelines. Many, many site owners have received warnings like this, and while some are helpful hints, many (like Scott’s) include sites and links that clearly do not violate …

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It’s Not Just Links: Why Nothing Is Safe In Online Marketing

Links have been under fire for years. And while I’m someone who provides link development services, I’ve never thought that links are all you need. In fact, if all of my clients would let me become more involved in other aspects of their marketing, I’d be absolutely gleeful…. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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