I Want To Link To Your Site
I want to do you a favor and give you a free back link.
What’s The Catch?
There is no catch.
No strings attached.
No orangutans to wrestle.
I have opened comments on these 2 posts:
I now get 100+ comments a day and 95% of them are rubbish. This is after Akismet, Gasp, and other spam blocking plugins.
Time to close comments.
This is a guest post.
If you’re trying to improve the SEO of your website, you’ll know that one of the key factors in attaining high page rankings is link building.
Google, and other search engines, will index the links going to and from your site and assess their value and trustworthiness. This will then influence the ranking of your site.
If you’ve just started out, or are not sure what to do next, having a look at which sites your competitors are linking to is a good place to start. Not only can this help you to close the gap with your rivals, it could even see you overtake them.
Every marketer wants to know how to get more followers on Twitter. Unfortunately they go about things the wrong way.
I just read a fantastic post by Derek Halpern which begins with this advice:
Write tweets that people want to read, and avoid writing tweets that people hate to read.
This is pretty obvious to most people. The real question is What kind of tweets do people love?
3 researchers ran an experiment and found that people love these kinds of tweets:
- “interesting perspective on something I know nothing about”
- “makes you want to know more.”
- “it’s witty and snarky, worth the read.”
- “few words to say much, very clear.”
- “personal, honest, and transparent.”
Researchers also found that there were 5 kinds of tweets that people really hate but you’ll have to read the article here to find out what they are.