Posts Tagged ‘link diversity’

As a part of our SEO Survey we took the time to take a closer look into one of the toughest ranking factors to score, domain authority. The thing with domain authority is that it is not all black and white and even the best efforts can reach a dead end. Well, that can be […]

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June 27, 2011 @ 11:21 am | Category:SEO Research | Tags: link building, link diversity, link placement, link positioning, seo

We all know that links have different values depending on the websites they come from, pages they come from and of course placement on the page. As a part of our SEO Survey we had a question: “Rate the weight a link has based on its position on a page.” We wanted to find out […]

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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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