Author Archives: LinkFool
When Google announced its Disavow tool in October 2012, it received a multitude of reactions from the World Wide Web; majority of these reactions came from website owners, SEOs and webmasters. Some felt relief, but many were disappointed. Since Google rolled out Panda and Penguin, we all knew that big G is gearing towards a […]
Let’s address the elephant in the room, or should I say, The Penguin. Google’s latest algorithm update (launched 2 weeks ago) again targeted spam link building. They are looking for unnatural link tactics used in massive ranking manipulation schemes. This is not what we’re doing at LinkFool – we never have and we never will, […]
The 3 “Must Know” Analytics Metrics for Web Success Analytics is the measurement of your website. It is the future of online marketing and a basic knowledge necessity for anyone in the marketing function and business owners and executives. To help you on your way to better understanding your website we’ve put together a short […]
Spam link services are all the rage right now, these companies are coming together and using tools like XRummer, SENuke X, ScrapeBox, and others. While these tools are not necessarily new, they are now being packaged as a service for the website owners with little knowledge of proper inbound link building strategies. Unfortunately, if not used properly this is a very dangerous game to play. Sure you can send 10,000 backlinks to your site a day, sure you might see an immediate lift in your rankings, but the consequences are increasingly dire.
Nothing is more important than keyword research when you’re first building your website. From choosing the domain name to targeting your market demographic. So why did we title this blog “How to Choose the Wrong Keywords!”? Well, it’s unique, and there’s plenty of other sites that will tell you how to choose the right keywords. […]