Link spam is a term coined by Google to refer to nefarious link schemes. Links – when one site links to another site – are counted like votes by the Google algorithm. Continue reading
After inbound links, getting your URL’s mentioned on social media is beneficial for SEO.
What if there were a “magical” tool that would allow you to see who links to a competitor?
Many nonprofits allow sponsorships on their websites, and those sponsor can get links back to their website.
It’s no secret that Google counts links as “votes.” The more links you have to your website from other websites, the more important your website is in the eyes of Google.
Less is more, especially in terms of SEO Tools these days. The Internet is literally full of tools, and link-building is no exception. Despite all the hype – despite Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird – the ‘oldie but goodie’ reality is that quality inbound links FROM another website TO your website continue to have a huge impact on your SEO performance. Continue reading