Rarely do SEOs jump at the chance to link-build. Afterall, link-building is often time-consuming and labor-intensive. You’ve gotta dig around the internet, find articles that make sense to link from, then convince the person on the other end to grant you a link, if they even open your email at all. Hard to feel motivated about that!
But one thing’s for sure: backlinks have a serious impact on your SEO! In fact, if you haven’t heard already, Google flat came out and said it, links are the #1 ranking factor.
Although many of us hate doing it, link-building must be done.
In my pursuit to make link-building easier and more reliable, I’ve put together a linkbuilding technique that I think makes link-building more sure-fire and less painful to do.
I call it the Good Neighbor Linkbuilding Technique and in this post, I’m going to walk you through the whole thing, step by step.
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Everybody wants better SEO because better SEO means more visibility in search engines like Google and that means more visitors to your site and more growth for your business.
But SEO can be a long process as most results take time.
Wishing they had a way to skyrocket their results, SEO professionals all over the world are always looking for that one thing that can produce the greatest results in the shortest amount of time.
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Built with WordPress, this site is a simple brochure style website for a Massage Studio in Ecuador.
Future plans include integrating a booking system through the website that allows website visitors to book online and be notified of their bookings.
Built purely with HTML5, this streamlined design helps to present the values of the company and to educate site visitors about the services and areas of practice that Coastal Chiropractic offers.
This site was done under another local Victoria BC web solutions company.
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This site was designed and developed as a demo for a financial advisory firm. It is a simple website that incorporates all the necessary information. Future development plans include to integrate Social Media networks and launch a complete SEO strategy.
This project was a re-design of CIRS existing website. It was built on top of BootStrap and coded in HTML5 and CSS3.
Special attention was dedicated to accessibility testing and ensuring compatibility with WAI-ARIA specifications so people with disabilities such as visual impairment or impairment of motor skills can still use the site.
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It uses geolocational APIs to track user location, is time-zone aware, and features a custom registration and event system that automatically notifies users via email of news and upcoming events.
An image carousel is used above the fold to show highlights of the site while custom icons help to underscore key features.
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