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This is an extension of previous post on un natural linkbuilding penalty. Lately, I am getting phone calls from friends how to fix the issue of poor link building. Many friends of mine get warnings on un natural links in Google webmaster central.
I put forward the problem in my previous post. Now I share the solution of how to overcome this mess which we have all created over the years. For close to 4 years, Google never introduced a see saw change that has directly jeopardize the website because of spam link building techniques. If Vince Algorithm is for brands panda update is for Content this new Link building algorithm is for Backlins.
Now that Google evaluates the quality of back links with its latest technology. Put your feet in the Google shoes. Think. What would you have done to stop spam links? Same Google has done now. I won’t say every one of us has manipulated the back link algorithm. But some of the seo agencies has just continued age old link building technique. True, getting bulk links is time consuming but not as difficult as obtaining quality links.
First things first what a warning message in Google webmasters central mean. Either you are going to penalize in next 21 days for your link building strategy. Or it’s already been penalized. If you have received warning and rankings has not dipped down remove all the junk links. If you have received warning and also rankings has dropped then remove cheap links and resubmit to Google.
Surprisingly we noticed phrase based keywords that got bulk anchor text links has got hit severely. It’s too early to judge that only anchor text keywords are receiving hit but so far only these phrase based keywords has been hit.
A typical process of this algorithm is find artificially built links, send warning and then penalize the website.
Link networks: Google is de indexing all the pages created by link Networks Company. The problem over here is same content and same anchor text has published in tons of websites. Already major companies received huge blow. Companies which are not in Google radar will get hit in coming months. Remove your links from all these websites.
Link networks set up by SEO agencies is also not an exception from this. While doing competitive analysis I have viewed lots of wordpress blog with a normal template that talks all kinds of industries just like article directories. Ask your SEO agencies to clean up the mess.
Blog roll links
Is it unusual linking website in blog roll instead of a blog? Is it unusual liking anchor text and not name of the organization or name of the blog in sidebar links? Remove all the links or change the anchor text or link to the sub pages. I recommend link your blog from sidebar links.
Google has already devaluating the spam anchor text links. Edit the anchor texts and maintain vividness and diversity.
Stay away from mirror directories and bookmarkings. Submit to popular bookmarking and nice directories. Request admins to remove the back links from their website.
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Google’s recent focus on penalizing paid links is both understandable and justified. The sponsored link building has been rampant over the years and is one of the main reasons to Google for the latest action. Finding relevant links for websites, which is time consuming, has been an especially challenging task. Besides paid links, the webmasters is relying heavily on reciprocal links. Paid directories, though still at large, have been slowly coming down.
Some of the SEO companies are generally reluctant to spend the time that link baiting programs require. Dependent as they are on quick results and to meet their deadlines, they prefer bulk paid listings.
Google showed the exit to Blog Networks
The Google Spam team has slowly tackling the issue strengthening its technology to improve the quality of results. First it went hard against duplicate content publishing sites. Second it started de indexing the blog networks web pages. This specific measures aim at penalizing the blog networks to encourage quality content providers – the bloggers – to provide more quality content to visitors.
The new step is not the universal remedy that it is claimed to be. On the contrary, it is a reversal of past Google algorithms that set to rankings: Anchor text links. Typically seo agencies signed up blog networks and article marketing companies to get anchor text links. Many article marketers, who have many article directory sites and network of blogs, published the same content which in return offered anchor text links. Caffine technology come across millions of low quality pages in the recent past that are both duplicate and un worth to visitors. A steep increase in low quality pages and unnatural links is something that needs to be avoided.
The message is clear: Write quality content and treat back links as thumbs up vote to your service, product and information published in the website. And buying votes from others is totally undemocratic.
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Strategic Link Building: How to Productize Link Acquisition and Dominate Your Niche
This week, despite still being seriously under the weather (see this week's sad WB Friday), I flew down to SMX West to speak on the Link Building Strategies panel. Although I'd wanted to put more work in and deliver a better presentation, I received some very kind words afterward and requests from folks to share the deck via the blog. Before I embed the actual deck, though, I need to provide some context (as this isn't a wholly self-explanatory presentation).
Link building has, classically, been a tactic slapped on to a marketing campaign or website post-launch. I believe that those companies/sites that treat link acquisition as an afterthought, rather than building it into the product, will always lose out to those who treat link building strategically. In the deck below, I walk through a number of examples of sites, primarily startups, that have done this. These include:
Twitter - every user of Twitter has an incentive to link to their profile so more people will follow them. This is also true of sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, DeviantArt, Etsy & others.
Vimeo - nearly everyone who uses Vimeo appreciates the beautiful aesthetic they've created. The embeddable versions of Vimeo videos look and feel more professional and high quality than nearly any other player, hence they get embedded (a lot). This embed action automatically drives links back to the video on Vimeo's site, Vimeo's homepage and the user's profile, all with targeted anchor text.
Urbanspoon - not only do they give badges to restaurants like Yelp and have started an online reservations system like OpenTable, Urbanspoon also features reviews from bloggers and foodies, who are then incentivized to promote their inclusion on the site.
Last.fm - the widgets users embed on their site to share their favorite music automatically creates links back to the service.
SurveyMonkey - a truly viral product (anyone who's surveyed is automatically exposed to the site), SurveyMonkey is inherently link acquisitive through the product. In order to use the service, you need to link to SurveyMonkey's site, where your form is hosted.
Scribd - just look at the embed and the link below; 'nuff said.
Miibeian.gov.cn - possibly the greatest link building strategy ever devised. The Chinese government requires that all websites in the country link to this site in order to operate legally; not too shabby, eh?
Here's the deck:
As you can see, I've put in a shameless plug for Open Site Explorer at the end. If you haven't seen the new features launched yesterday, you're missing out. Tons of the data is completely free, and top pages is just about the easiest way to find traffic and link opportunities ever built (not that I'm biased or anything). :-)
Look forward to your comments about the presentation and the concept of productizing link acquisition into a site.