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Category Archives: Link Building

The 9 Most Shared SEO Articles of 2014

Another year is in the books, and what a year it’s been! It has been a roller coaster ride for the industry with search algorithm updates, content marketing kicking link building to the curb, and Matt Cutts taking a leave of absence but not before taking down multiple link rings. Here at SEOhaus, our company […]

7 Tips for Building Links Without Creating Content

Google’s love affair with informative and useful content is well documented. In order to build a strong backlink profile, creating great content is reportedly the only method that works. While original and useful content should never be ignored, when time is short or topics are scarce, you can fall back on these 7 link building […]

Content Marketing: New Name, Same Old Game

We saw a lot of changes in the SEO world last year, and it’s safe to say that the trend will continue for the foreseeable future. Let’s get real, though. With all the changes, not all that much is changing. I realize that statement is pretty charged, and some of you may disagree, but it […]

World Wide Website Marketing War

Unwavering in the task at hand, the Head of Webspam studies the newest intelligence reports. Enemies approach from multiple directions. Some adversaries are bold, while others work in the shadows. Fearlessly, the leader of Google’s special operative forces employs new strategies to seek out and destroy enemy threats. Analyzing the data, he calculates his next […]

SEO through 2013 – Q. What’s New? A. Everything!

2013 was a turbulent year in the world of search to put it mildly. According to Moz’s tally there have been 13 officially acknowledged updates to Google’s algorithms alone and who knows how many more that have happened behind Google’s increasingly closed doors. There was widespread speculation of 2 other unnamed updates in late-July and […]

Hello, Operator: Our Favorite Google Search Operators

As Google constantly works to make searches more user-friendly, the information it uses to satisfy a search query continues to expand. From syntactic clues that include synonymy and linguistic patterns, to using implicit information to bolster a search query such as location, search history, and more, searches continue to try to find the best way […]

10 Link Building Strategies that Still Work Today

After a thousand algorithm updates and refreshes, it’s starting to seem like that there aren’t any link building strategies that you can do without getting slapped by a black and white animal. Sure you can guest blog and get links from website links pages, but what else can you do? Below are 10 strategies that […]

Matt Cutts Announces Yet Another Google Update: Dancing with Penguin 2.1

Back in May, Matt Cutts announced Penguin 2.0 and had this to say about the update: “So this one is a little more comprehensive than Penguin 1.0, and we expect it to go a little bit deeper, and have a little bit more of an impact than the original version of Penguin.” This past Friday, […]

Matt Cutts Announces New Link Reports in Webmaster Tools

On August 8th, Google announced the addition of the Manual Action Tool in Google Webmaster Tools. This week, they have also announced another update to the way in which links are reported. It seems that Google is attempting to supply webmasters with the means to clean up their act—should they need to. Last week, at […]