Google is becoming increasingly adept at recognizing links built in an attempt to game search engine rankings, and they are discounting the value of those links (sometimes even penalizing sites with large numbers of these “unnatural links”). There simply is no sustainability in trying to manipulate the algorithm.
The question has now become what it always should have been: “How can I improve my authority, relevance, and value online? And how can I ensure that Google recognizes my site’s importance appropriately?”
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Now when you search Google for hashtags, Google will add related Google+ posts to the right of regular search results, as long as they have been shared publicly or directly with you, and provide links to search hashtags on other sites.
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Small business owners who once obsessed over their top keyword rankings and traffic from a few money terms now need to adjust their thinking with the rise of "(not provided)" keywords and the arrival of the Google Hummingbird algorithm.
'Through all the debates about link-building and link-earning, one thing is clear: High-quality links are still an essential part of any SEO strategy. This post offers 12 of today's most effective and scalable tactics to build your link portfolio.
The tactics listed in this post are from the 4-part newsletter series launched a couple of weeks ago.
Below are the guidelines covered by the series, mostly about implementing some of the most scalable link-building tactics today. These can be used by agencies, SMBs and enterprise-level companies'.
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