Bruce Clay Blog - Joshua TitsworthMarch 19, 2013
When Penguin hit, a lot of site owners really started digging into what types of links they had and what kind they were getting. And soon after, a spree of link removal requests were sent out. And ever since then, it seems like when link building is brought up, anyone that has read anything on SEO has questions about the process. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
But assessing and removing links should be done strategically. You want to be sure you know how to identify bad links and the course of action for dealing with them before doing anything. Int his post, I’ll give some tips on how to spring clean your links and ready yourself for search engine algorithm updates like Google’s Penguin.
June 14, 2011
I like to think of SEO as being similar to farming. Not content farms, but actual farming. You plant some seeds and if taken care of properly, you can reap the benefits of your labor.
For most site owners, even if they’ve already reaped some of those benefits, I think there are five specific things they can do to help improve the results for their site: incoming links, defining your site’s URL, Title tags, internal linking and analytics.
Read more of Harvest These 5 Types of SEO Fruit.