As we talked about before, Link Building is a great, and pretty important way to increase your search ranking as a part of an SEO campaign. It’s hard to measure the effectiveness of link building, but we’ve gathered a list of 9 things you can do to build links in places that you might not have thought about, or at least recognized the importance of. So, here’s the list.
As I mentioned in my 2013 Local Link Building white paper, Link Building is widely known to play a significant role in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and could very well be the difference between a business being found on the first page and one that’s found on the 10th page. For years, the Bizible team has been testing different strategies and although sometimes hard to measure, we’ve managed to compile a list of 7 of our favorite easy and effective ways to increase your local link building impact. So, without further ado, let’s start the show.
Community management has taken a bit of a drift as of late with the influx of social automation. With auto-publishers and “recipes” available for free or very cheaply, marketers are able to hold a presence online that seems more like a medium of advertising and less like a community driven space. I’m not saying that it’s wrong to advertise via social media, but I think we ought to take a good hard look at what social automation is doing in terms of capturing and maintaining a delighted audience of customers.
You may have heard that a good link building campaign is good for SEO, but how exactly does it benefit your SEO efforts? Let’s talk about why link building is important.
We revised our Google Places local ranking factors report to include the recent “Venice” update by Google (and any other changes made by Google in the past month.)