This is the first installment of “This Week In Link Building” which will wrap up all I’ve blogged about in the recent week, as well as what my fellow bloggers have come out with. If you have anything to add please fire me the link via the contact form. This will eventually get podcasted as well when I launch the “Bedroom Office Podcast” which will cover everything from web 2.0, search marketing and affiliate marketing. If anyone doesn’t want me to blog about what they’ve written just let me know and I’ll make sure not to include you.
First off I’ll start with interesting posts from here and cover all the sites I’ve found to link build on. Most of this weeks finds have been social bookmarking sites, and some are very niche specific. I’ve noticed a lot of new and interesting social bookmarking CMS’s hitting the scene and it’s refreshing to say the least!
Squoogle is a site I managed to miss until my good friend pointed it out to me. It’s another nicely put together place to drop links to your social media articles. Continue reading “Squoogle Anyone?”
MillionRSS is not only a RSS Feed Directory, but it aims to be the largest on the Internet. As I type this they are currently indexing 178,374 RSS Feeds! Continue reading “Submit Your Feed To MillionRSS“.
It is a way of managing not only your business/professional identity, but a way to build solid and related links. Continue reading “Link Building And Character Builing With Lookup Page“.
Yattle.com is a relatively new web 2.0 social bookmarking and mini-blogging system that is do follow. Continue reading “Link Building With Yattle“.
OYAX is a web 2.0 social bookmarking engine that isn’t a whole lot different from the masses of similar sites, but it holds a strong PR4, a lot of users and almost 130,000 pages indexed in Google. Continue reading “Link Building With OYAX“.
Blawg is a great resource for Lawyers, Judges and even criminals. If you have a law blog then it might be in your best interest to add yourself to their feed directory.Continue reading “Link Building With Blawg“.
Subbmitt is a new social bookmarking site invading the already crowded market. Thankfully this isn’t run on Pligg, so the links are SEO friendly and the site has somewhat of a unique appeal. Continue reading “Link Building with Subbmitt“.
So what’s been going on in the blogosphere this week? Well thankfully I’m only covering link building because I’ve got enough going on in my life :) Again a little reminder to hit up the contact us page and send me links to be blogged about for these updates.
Colin Lahay formerly of Mixed Market Arts has rebranded the site to reflect his personal image. Do not worry though because the only thing that has changed is the domain name. Colin was first to blog about link building with LookupPage, and just recently got interviewed by Blueverse about his recent life in internet marketing.
Tom from SEOmoz wrote a great article covering a completely new link building method that goes beyond and might even thwart spammers with this technique. Basically he talks about finding pages that used to offer a service or product and aqquiring a link from that page. This is a must read to continue over and read “A Link Building Method So I Can’t Believe It’s Not Black Hat“.
Breakaway from the Link Building Bible once again covers the do follow topic by thoroughly explaining how to use a do follow search engine. He also hints at cleaning out a lot of the blogs in his search engine that went back to no follow, and also about adding in a couple hundred more sites. I hope the search engine keeps on going and if you use his service send him a thank you email! Continue reading “How To Use A Do Follow Blog Search Engine“.
Semvironment has released a very cool WordPress plugin that tracks the websites and pages you link to and sends an email message to that website administrator notifying them of your link. This is a great way to start networking within the niche you’re working in and its 100% free…you can’t go wrong there! Head on over and download the plugin. Here is a video showing you how to get it all going…