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08 Oct 2012 

News for On Page Seo

Off Page Seo Informations offered by

  • In most cases, Off Page SEO contributes more to your search engine rank than On Page SEO. (The exception is when there is little or no competition)
  • For practical purposes, Off Page SEO can be boiled down to one thing: link building.
  • Some links are more valuable thank others. To outrank a competitor, the combined value of your inbound links should outweigh the combined value of their inbound links.
  • Factors that may determine the value of a link:

    - The PageRank of the page linking to your site
    - Was the “No Follow” attribute used?
    - Is it a reciprocal link?
    - The anchor text in the link to your site
    - The page title of the page linking to your site
    - The number of outbound links on the page linking to your site
    - The quality/reputation of the sites being linked to by the site linking to your site
    - How the link was created (self created?)
    - The age of the link to your site (how long ago was it created)
    - The placement of the link on the page linking to your site
    - The keyword relevancy of the page linking to your site

  • Ways to get links:

    1) Spam link building

    -Automated tools
    -Black Hat

    2) Conventional link building

    - Directories
    - Blog comments (that don’t use “no follow”)
    - Trackback Links (Linking to other blogs from within your blog posts)
    - Free blogs
    - Guest books
    - Social media profiles (List of social sites)
    - Social media posts
    - Forums (in posts, signatures, and profiles)
    - Q&A Sites and Wikis (Yahoo Answers, Google Groups, Wikipedia, etc.)
    - RSS feeds (submit to aggregators)
    - Bookmarking (List of social bookmarking sites)
    - Free classified ad sites, FFA pages, etc. (spam)

    - Article Marketing (See Lesson #79)
    - Asking for Links

    Strategy to get links to outrank competitors:

    1) Identify the top 3 sites on Google for your targeted keyword.

    2) Find out all the places that THEY are getting links from. (See Lesson #76. UPDATE: Yahoo Site Explorer is no longer in business. Instead, try,, Traffic Travis, or SEO Elite)

    3) If a self-created link is possible from any of those sites, do it.

    4) For all other sites… Look for contact information on them. (If no contact info on site, check whois on

    5) Send a personalized email or phone call to each of those website owners (free email template)

    - Note: links from .gov and .edu sites are great!
    - Make friends


    Not allowed by Google, but these methods are widely accepted by the marketing community as being acceptable and ethical.

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