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I love, love, LOVE hummingbirds! I video record my hummingbird guests during the summer months so I can watch them and feel uplifted during the dark winter months. They bring me so much joy!
Oh right, you’re not here to read about my love of hummingbirds, but to learn
You’d have to be pretty much living under a rock to not be aware of the latest Google update of the Link Schemes/Unnatural Links document.
Eric Ward, the Link Moses posted a thoughtful piece over at Search Engine Land, Understanding Google’s Latest Assault On Unnatural
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Is Link Building Bad?
Eric Enge (aka @stonetemple) posted an interview with Matt Cutts on Link Building. It's a valued read and points out some good best practice link building strategies.
Check it out:
We had a great conversation about how businesses are missing the boat in efficiently optimizing their efforts in search to maximize their business exposure.
Eric asked me some
Whew! I guess it's a good thing that I have no time for blogging... even though I like to.
But as a very wise man I know says, "Oh well."
Making the time to blog (on top of eveything else!) is especially challenging when you're busy running a business...
So, OK we get it. If a site has been given the unnatural links warning message (in their Webmaster Tools), they can use the Google Disavow tool.
But according to the Matt Cutts’ interview with Danny Sullivan, Google may or may not disavow the bad links! Why?
A Penguin Refresh?
Yes, I agree with Barry Schwartz at Search Engine Roundtable, something’s brewing indeed.
I have seen recent changes that make me suspect that big changes are soon rolling out… either in small update tests or one big rollout.
So the changes
With each Google update over the last year or so, we knew it was going to happen…
It should not be a huge surprise. Google has been setting the stage for quality control. They’ve been making their position known on paid links, over optimization, blog networks and