Bush Links. The New Name For Paid Links

I read a great article this morning by George Diaz sharing his opinion on Reggie Bush giving up the Heisman Trophy.  For what it's worth, I agree with George,  Bush only did this as a way to save what little face he has left and avoid the inevitable.  What a shame.  Bush will forever be cited and remembered as the first person to give up the Heisman.  Not how you want to become a historical Continue Reading

How To Generate Media Links

One of the tactics I use to generate new links is to review a site’s stats and create a media promotion based on the trends I find. This strategy is not an easy, turn-key linking program but if you’re serious about growing your business as well as your links, it’s one of the best ways to attract authority links.  Here's a little case study from a past account to show you how. Recently when Continue Reading

Four Engines, Four Ways To Generate Links

Do you favor one search engine over another when building links? I have a favorite for general searching, but when it comes to link building, I don’t use just one. Ask, Bing, Google and Yahoo! each offers a unique set of search options, I use all of them for a wide range of results. Here’s a handful of linking techniques from each engine I’ve had luck using!   I'm going to use the term "CFL light Continue Reading

How To Get More Links From Back Linking Competitors

We talk a lot about back linking competitors/authority sites as a viable linking method and for the most part it is, but if you're only going after what you see in back links, you may be leaving a lot of marketing power on the table.   Let's take a look at this link building method and see how we can squeeze more link juice out of back linking our competitors and authority sites. Who's on Continue Reading

Using Live Chat To Build Links

  Earlier this month the Wall Street Journal ran an article on how businesses were using Live Chat to make incremental sales.  This bit caught my eye:    In late April, home improvement e-tailer Improvement Direct Inc., of Chico, Calif., used a chat feature on its site to converse directly with customers about its products and services. The response was overwhelming. "We got flooded," Continue Reading