SEO is getting harder and harder these days, with Google penalizing or outright banning techniques that were previously accepted (for a good reason, I would say) – one must be careful. This post covers private link networks and how to stay under Google’s radar.
The basic rules of SEO are mostly the same – create great content, make sure your website is Google-friendly (and Bing will follow), and get as many high quality links as possible.
The bag of tricks to get backlinks might have been exhausted and a lot smaller than few years before.
Building private link networks, if done correctly, is still something that can boost your site’s rankings.
This is how it should be done.
This post will provide a complete walk through for how to start monitoring backlinks with Linkody and introduce each of the key features Linkody offers for monitoring your link building efforts. If you’re confused about how any of the elements of Linkody work, this is the crash course that will set you on the right track. Continue reading
Anchor text distribution can kill your rankings if done incorrectly.
Not monitoring the anchor tags can cost you all your organic traffic.
So, are you sure you want to risk it?
These days you can get the penalty for a lot of things, but most commonly it’s for – Over Optimized Anchor Text.
In fact, this is one of the top-3 reasons why SEO experts suggest to disavow backlinks.
At one point a backlink on your “money keyword” was a good thing for SEO, but now it is something that requires careful planning and attention.
Which means that there should be a way of optimizing your anchor text and avoiding a penalty at the same time.
Well, that’s what this post is all about:
- Here, we’ll be talking about different types of anchor texts
- How to spot over-optimized anchor texts and what’s the perfect ratio
- And How to fix them
- As well as why you need Linkody for it.