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.
Getting positive customer reviews on Google is one of the best and most effective ways to improve your exposure and visibility online.
Search engines like Google are smart enough to know that if customers are responding positively to your business then, logically, your website should appear more prominently in search.
However, getting a customer review isn’t as easy as it could be, often requiring visitors to make half a dozen mouse-clicks, navigate to a different page, fill in a form or (cringe) create a new account.
Today’s post is going to introduce you to a couple online tools that you can use to make it easier for you to get more Google reviews.
Today I want to share with you a short video (only about 3 minutes!) about how a Search Engine works.
After watching it, you’ll have a basic, technical explanation of how Search Engines discover and index your website.
Understanding how search engines work will give anybody with an interest in Seach Engine Optimization a better sense of how SEO works and a better idea of what to expect when doing SEO on their own site.