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Edit 31 May: Got a reply from Tom Critchlow, my mail must have been lost somewhere as he never got it, but the second time around he was more than happy to provide an answer, and this answer is probably something none of us expected. Edit 21 May: Just got a reply from Rand Fishkin, like I […]

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When link velocity is mentioned most people tend to think about the speed at which links are acquired. This is not wrong, but link velocity is not just about the speed of link building and acquiring new links, there are several factors that contribute to link velocity, if it wasn’t so than we would simply […]

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May 12, 2011 @ 5:06 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: bin laden, bin laden images, facebook, hackers, images, malware, spyware

Guest Post: Andrew Parker is a freelance journalist and copywriter for Intaforensics on the topics of online security, social media and computer forensics   Newspapers (and their modern online versions – this is the 21st century) are rammed full of information about a certain individual. Yes, you are correct…I, of course, mean the killing of mass-murdering […]

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Link building is a valuable weapon in website ranking, so why do a half-assed job? Why do people concentrate only on social bookmarks, comments? Because it is easy right, but at the same time it gets us no results. With Google Panda in place we need links from trusted domains and from quality pages, in […]

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May 4, 2011 @ 2:24 pm | Category:Link Building | Tags: building, checklist, infographic, link, linking, optimization, seo, strategy

Like everything else, link building can be a very easy task if you have a good link building strategy in place, a plan. So with the checklist I had in mind, a simplified version for DIY SEO’s, you will be able to build links to your website quite easier. I also need to add that […]

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April 27, 2011 @ 5:41 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: google, history, search, seo, seo.com

Here is an amazing SEO inforgraphic by SEO.com presenting the 20 year old history of search starting from the first search engine created back in 1990 up to this very moment. It shows how search started and how it gradually took a part of the market and than with Google moved to dominate it, and […]

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April 20, 2011 @ 6:00 pm | Category:Link Building | Tags: building, competitor, link, opportunities, profile, prospecting, services, strategy, tactics

When it comes time to build some quality links from real sites operated by individuals and companies we all tend to run away from it. Yes, it is much easier to build links with blog commenting and with article marketing, but if you want the links that will get you to rank you need real […]

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April 19, 2011 @ 4:14 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: failures, google, graveyard, infographic, Infographics, wordstream

There is not a soul in the modern world that hasn’t heard about Google. We as web masters and SEO’s heavily depend upon the all might Google for our piece of income and out future, so what would happen if Google itself was to become another Google failure and join the already full Google Graveyard? […]

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April 17, 2011 @ 7:23 pm | Category:Link Building | Tags: building, link, link building, majestic, ontolo, seo, seomoz, tools

I have to admit that I don’t use too many SEO tools, there is handful of those I use, but that doesn’t mean that other SEO tools are bad. It is just that I am satisfied with the ones I use and there is no need for me to try new ones. From time to […]

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April 13, 2011 @ 8:00 pm | Category:Featured | Tags: +1, google, network, seo, social

Those of you a little intolerant to technical jargon and mathematical algorithms may be forgiven for thinking that Google +1 should be left to the ‘experts’ to understand.  However the concept is not too dissimilar from one most of us have become accustomed to – ‘like’ and ‘dislike’. Google +1 are continuing in their attempt […]

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