Link Building 2009 - Build Your Own Cliques For Link Relevancy

Feb 23, 2009 • 8:44 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Link Building Tips & SEO
 

I am a paid supporter of WebmasterWorld and to be honest, I don't often use the paid only rooms. But for the thread I am about to discuss, I can tell you, the small fee I paid to have access to this paid area, was well worth it.

Moderator, Martinibuster shared with us a new form of link building that he is finding that is working for him. Now, I won't go through everything he said, because I need to respect the "paid" part of the forum, but I will give you some insight into what Martinibuster's thoughts are.

Relevancy has become more and more important in the area of link building. In the old days, you just wanted links from sites that ranked high. These days, it is less about getting links from pages that rank well and more about getting links from pages that are related to your pages. These relevant links form, what he says, is a link clique. Now, Martinibuster's theory and trick is to control that link clique. How does he do this? Well, I won't say, cause I need to leave some of that in the paid area.

But I can say that this single thread is well worth the money I paid for the year. It is conversations like this thread that make me love doing what I do here, report on the treasures in the forums.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld (paid member access only).

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Comments:

Bill Ross

02/23/2009 04:16 pm

Great post. I have been saying for the last year, based on my testing, that relevancy counts for more than people think when it comes to linking. Great post and it might even get me to pay the money to see what he has to say. Thanks

Andreas

02/25/2009 02:43 am

However it is important to note that unrelevant results are still in the equation. Search link:www.yourdomain.com in google, you will usually find links from unrelevant sources which google recognises and values towards your site, and google is very picky nowadays.

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