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Finally, Google and Bing have both made it official that for mobile search, it is best to have One URL to Rule Them All , something I have been advocating for over 2 years .
Who would have thought that two seemingly innocent zoo animals could cause such an uproar in the SEO industry?
Over the next several months, I plan to use my column here at Link Week to lay out a link building blueprint you can use as a guide in your linking efforts. We’ll start with foundational tactics and some of the side opportunities they offer, and keep going into the more detailed “advanced” techniques toward the end. If you follow the blueprint and implement what we cover, by the end of the series you should have a nice collection of links.
Almost every SEO I know spent the better part of last week discussing recent changes Google made to its ranking algorithm. This update hit some webmasters hard while others went unscathed, and results still seem to be settling out. Nothing I’m working on was impacted (knock wood) probably because I tend to use a wide variety of linking tactics over a broad spectrum of sites.
I apologize upfront for the title bait.
For ages, Google has encouraged people to build links in order to rank well.
Google instant caused a near freak out within the SEO world, but oddly there has not been a peep about Google instant and link building.