This entry is part two of 6 wrong linkbuilding mindsets. These linkbuilding misconceptions are subtle and creep into the subconscious of most SEO practitioners. Avoiding them will be a big help to an SEO practitioner’s linkbuilding campaign.
Just make sure you don’t do more scratching than they’re giving you.
The first type of link building is called organic link building. This type of link building deals with anything that doesn’t have to do with automated systems and/or practices that are frowned upon by Google and the SEO community.
Let me just point out that these are just some of the organic link building methods that are out there. And throughout the development of the web and the internet, I’m sure many more will be innovated in the years to come.
We’ve talked about link building theories and do’s and don’ts – now we’ll start talking about the dirty work. Just how do you do link building? There are two ways you can do it: Organic and Artificial.
All links come from somewhere. Links have to be from a website to a website. Inbound links are links from another website to yours. We’ve already established the importance of having quality inbound links from quality websites but just what are the attributes of a quality website?
You all know that I’ve launched a Free Basic SEO course. I’m really really excited for you to join us! And I’m excited for you guys as you get to learn more about SEO and venture into the internet marketing world.
I’ve cooked up this tutorial for SEO starters out there who have no idea what linkbuilding is about or how linkbuilding is done. It is a comprehensive per-lesson series that is packed with tips, tricks, advice, and linkbuilding goodness.
The outline of this Link Building Strategies tutorial will comprise of the following: