Not many in the Search Engine Optimization game would argue that link building isn't tactical. The problem is, approaching link building as an end goal and tactically, is very much like a hamster running in it's cage. That's what many mechanical SEO consultants do: Chase links one by one or get creative with link bait to attract an influx of links from blogs that write about the kinds of things other blogs do for link bait. I should know, in the past 12 years of providing SEO services, there have been many opportunities to do just that. It's not scalable, not sustainable and certainly not strategic.


Written by brate
4770 days ago

Nice work. The inbound links really helps a lot in optimizing the website for getting a deeper search engine penetration, hence increasing the overall ranking. In the latest advancements of the search engine spiders, search engine optimization has not left by mere re occurring your desired keywords, It is highly required that your website design and content should serve as an enticement to the web spiders. It’s of no use to have a site which doesn’t comply with the standards of search spiders. I got my medical website reconstructed from a web designer and marketing company named They need to almost reconstruct every page to make it compliant with search engine algorithms. After a few months of time, the impact was definitely distinctive in my income. I have got a steady increase in the patients, which was a direct result of reconstructing and marketing my old obsolete site.

Written by ShawnHessinger
4778 days ago

I don't traditionally ask people for links unless I've done an interview with another blogger or Web master and ask them to help me publicize it...something they usually don't need to be asked to do anyway. When it comes to building content, however, I try to think about keywords not in any attempt to simply attract traffic but in an effort to help search engines classify posts correctly so that people can easily find what they are looking for. I create links to other sites with the same idea in mind, linking to other posts and articles that logically provide additional information related to my content. My hope, perhaps naively, is that this approach, as opposed to going around begging for links, will eventually bring the attention my site deserves (if it deserves attention at all.)

Written by rocky
4787 days ago

this is a nice post

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