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Charlie’s Quick Fire Reading List #4: Landing Pages & White Hats

The fourth installment of Charlie’s Quick Fire Reading List, today you’ll hopefully learn about landing page optimisation (without being bored senseless) and you’ll refresh your knowledge of link building and content marketing tactics.

All good stuff really!

Link Disavow Tool: Steer clear for three years

I’ve just been asked my opinion on the new Google Link Disavow tool so thought I would share my thoughts.

It was many years before Google Webmaster Tools became sufficiently good to merit engaging with.  Prior to that it was a case of “don’t let Google know you are interested in SEO”.
With [...]

Link Love Notes: link building that works #LinkLove

Notes from Will Critchlow’s  presentation at Distilled’s Link Building conference in London, 30th March 2012. More coverage here.

Will Critchlow
from distilled.com
Why isn’t my linkbuilding working?
Ask “why?” three of four times. There are usually three mains problems:

You’re not doing anything
You’re not doing enough / you’re not doing the right [...]

Link Love London: SEO Conference Coverage from Attacat Joel #LinkLove

LinkLove London is the advanced link building conference that everyone’s been talking about. I’ve managed to wangle my way into the conference (thanks Tim/Ben) on the condition I blog,  so here are my notes and round-ups of the best tips:

Link Love Notes: Golden link building #LinkLove

(Notes from the London Link Love Conference)

Presenter: Jane Copeland
from Ayima.com
If you think like a normal linkbuilder you’ll only get the same links others do, and you’ll miss out on the super-high-value “golden links”.
Sometimes ‘bending’ the normal marketing rules can work. Jane mentioned Michael Winner and his [...]

Link Love Notes: Social sharing and SEO #LinkLove

(Notes from the real London 2012 event: Link Love)

Presenter: Branko Rihtman
from rankabove.com and seo-scientist.com
Branko is a bit of a scientist (SCIENCE! – love it) and likes playing around with bacteria, and talks about how science has a place in SEO. Scientific principles and the scientific [...]

Link Love Notes: What works in SEO outreach emails? #LinkLove

(Notes taken at Link Love London 2012 conference)

Presenter:
Mike King
iAcquire.com
Mike King, the newly announced Director of Inbound Marketing at iAcquire, led a very informative and data-led presentation on linkbuilding and outreach emails.
Using data both from the internal team at iAquire – and their iRank system – and [...]

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Page authority and domain authority for SEO linkbuilding

What’s in a link? Simple answer: ‘link juice’. Of course if you’re not familiar with the term that won’t really mean much, but the basic idea is that some of the strength of the page containing the link (or ‘juice’) is passed through the link to the linked site. But how much juice is passed? How valuable is a link from site A compared to site B? And how are changes to SEOmoz authority figures going to affect you?

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#NMBrek: 7 ways men use the New Media Breakfasts to get laid

I’m just working with @gordonwhite on finalising our presentation for tomorrow morning’s Glasgow New Media Breakfast (repeats in Edinburgh on Thursday 15th September).
The topic is “Content is King” of which the core content is “35 versatile content ideas to power up your business’ social media”.
We are also showcasing a couple of [...]

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Psychology of Link Building – #MancSEO Mini Conference

Psychology of Successful Link Building – Kelvin Newman. Live blogging from the #mancseo conference – 29th October 2010.


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