I was perusing Sphinn this morning and found 400 Quality Links that Deliver Both Immediate Traffic and Search Rankings on the ConversionStats blog.  If you are looking for a way to increase inbound links to your site this would be a great place to start.  Nice work guys.

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This Is Broken But It Works For Me

A few weeks ago I wrote a post about the Best Passover Book Title Ever. I thought the book cover was such a classic that it deserved a submission to This Is Broken, a site I found several years ago that I loved. It features bone-headed product design choices such as this classic playground location. […]

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and all I got was this idea about Facebook local search engine optimization

In a previous post I stated that Facebook Local could end up being a very important marketing opportunity for you business. Since then, thousands of businesses have created Facebook Pages – simple templates to create a page about your service that can be promoted via Facebook’s social network. In principle the more networked your business’ […]

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Dr. Robert G. Aycock Bay Area Plastic Surgeon & Silly Name

Warning: This post is not for those who are weak of heart or small children. If you use the safe search option on Google or a V-chip turn back now. You are in the wrong place. Really. Stop. I mean it.

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Like all other years AG (After Google) in 2008 the incoming link to your site will be king, perhaps for the last time if the Google algorithm changes. From my experience optimizing your site’s “onpage” factors and then getting targeted links is still the best way to boost your performance in the search engines. The […]

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We Are All Santa Claus

This holiday season how about giving the gift of SEO? Why not link to your favorite cause with targeted keywords in the anchor text? It’s the gift that keeps on giving, and of course it looks great under the tree. Here’s my list Google Santa:

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I have received a number of emails asking for more info on how to determine which sites you should buy a link from.  There are a number of great articles about this around the Web and I have been pretty jammed over the past couple of days so I thought I would take the easy […]

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I came across this presentation on link development which Sugarrae Hoffman gave this week at Pubcon. If you are considering buying or begging for links to your site, as many businesses are these days, she provides a great overview on how to choose between hiring a linkbuilding company and training an in-house linkbuilder. While much […]

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Ian McAnerin of McAnerin Networks offers these tips to finding good links: Search Google: If it’s in Google chances are it’s a page worth getting a link from.  I don’t totally agree with this but it’s liveblogging so wtf. Search For Sites That Allow You To Submit Links: Search Google with terms related to your […]

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Matt Stoddardt of Linkworth offers these tips on how to get local links: Get the obvious local links – BBB – Chambers of Commerce – Search city+state+associations to find relevant local organizations. There are hundreds of listings for realtor groups, legal groups, medical groups, etc. Chances are there is something that is relevant for your […]

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