Saturday, 16 February 2013 06:39
When you think of link building you think of what you’ve been taught through random SEO internet sources. Sad to say but the majority of SEO’s on the internet in today’s marketing era are saturated with what they’ve been taught. If you was lucky enough to have gained information from one of the very few veteran SEO’s, then I applaud you, for the rest of you — it’s time you found a new source of information and learned a thing or two about link acquisition and how to apply link building for local search.
Link building can be really tricky due to all the false information on the web, and due to all the tricks that the novice link builders have written about, while they was very likely still learning to implement their new link building software. Link building is not done automatically with software. I realize that there’s tons of link building software on the market today and in order to know what works and what doesn’t, takes a ton of trial and error. Anyone who has been building links for a long time knows all too well that blackhat SEO doesn’t work and those who have gotten it to work for them, came to learn first hand that blackhat SEO is a very short term business life. Google is becoming too smart and too powerful in today’s marketing age to attempt anything outside the box. Sure, things like that used to work, “back in the day” — but today it’s just childish to assume you’ll achieve TOP search rankings from childs play.
Enough about that — let’s talk link building for local search. When it comes to establishing backlinks for a local SEO campaign, things are done differently, from how their done when implimenting an international SEO link building approach. Makes since, as times progresses, so does marketing strategies. If things was the same today as they was 15 years ago — everyone and their granny would have attacked the internet, and Google wouldn’t be anything close to what its become. The next time you see someone writing about how much they hate Google, etc keep this post in mind. Google can’t simply continue with their tail between their feet.
After seeing warnings by the truck loads recently — webmasters and small businesses alike
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