12 Key Elements That Your Link Requests Should Contain

Posted by Jason Smith on June 14, 2013


A core feature of search engine optimization (SEO) strategies is link building. Links acts as endorsements and people use them the same way they would use word of mouth information. Links are a form of advertisement for your webpages. They tell both people and search engines that you have worthy content and anyone who is interested in the keyword that you target should visit your webpage. Link importance led to the creation of a sub-branch of SEO that only concerns link-building strategies. One of these strategies involves the solicitation of links from website owners. The following are the 12 key elements that your link requests should contain, if you are going to ask for links from any website owner. Failure to include any element will jeopardize your chances of getting the link.


Being Anonymous: Can This Help Bloggers or Not?

Posted by Patrick Hudson on May 27, 2013


It is common for bloggers today to write blogs that are published by a blog owner on his or her site, under a different name. Is it enough for a blogger to earn money without getting the due recognition? Most people would not agree with bloggers being anonymous, because they simply lack the courage to say whatever they are saying publicly. They may want to get at someone or trick the readers into believing something that does not have an iota of truth in it.


10 Things For You To Check When Your SEO Strategy Isn’t Working

Posted by Parker Ben on May 02, 2013


A good SEO strategy is the best way for businesses to have a perfect web presence. Apart from creating the website, you need to attract people to it to generate more sales. In most cases, a good SEO plan that generates perfect results may stop working suddenly after some time. Although people tend to blame Google for such situation, it may be caused by many other factors. Here are some of the things you should check.