by Eric Ward Updated November 2011 – original 2005 | More posts from Eric Ward In their frenzy to build links to curry favor with the engines, some link builders miss a far more important target: People. Most will tell you that links from Yahoo! and DMOZ are really important, and to a certain (minimal) […]
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posted by Eric Ward on November 8, 2013, at 10.09 am EST The two queries below are identical. The first query is what is yahoo’s current stock price? (live result http://goo.gl/2dU4fJ) As you can see, Google answered it for me directly, stating the sources as Google Finance – Yahoo Finance – MSN Money The second […]
Have you ever done this? Slut!
August 27, 2010 Over the years I have probably tested and used over 100 different programs that in one way or another assisted with some aspect of the link building process. Many are long gone. Some are wonderful and incredibly powerful, others overpriced and should be taken off the market. I’ve had phone conversations with […]
Have you ever done this? Slut!
Eric follows the right link building approach. He’s interested in links that are given based on merit, and those are the links that stand the test of time Matt Cutts, Google. For SearchEngineLand’s LinkWeek July 2, 2007 It’s summer. Hot, humid, sticky and itchy. The perfect time to rant. Especially if you are a link […]
By Eric Ward August 27, 2007 The full text including hyperlinks for this Link Week column can be read at SearchEngineLand.com here When it comes to link building, how much is too much? How fast is too fast? Neither of these questions would have been asked in 1997 because there was no such thing as […]
Regular readers know I’ve been building links since the launch of TheTitanicJustSank.com, or close to it. This wasn’t by design. I just had the bad/good luck to lose my advertising job at the right time; Early nineties. I needed something new to do, I went to grad school, and the Internet fell into my lap. […]
By Eric Ward August 27, 2007 The full text with hyperlinks for this Link Week column can be read at SearchEngineLand.com here Last week’s column Aggressively Seeking Links – How Much Is Too Much? sparked several comments and questions. In the past, I’ve hesitated to revisit previous columns, preferring to let them stand on their […]
Link Mensch – Articles On Link Building Strategies and Tactics Link Popularity and Guestbook Links – Useful or a Bunch of Baloney? April 2003 by Eric Ward, aka The Link Mensch You have probably been to a site that had a section called a “Guestbook”. Many sites ask you to “sign their guestbook”, and […]