Link building is the process of building inbound links (also known as incoming links or backlinks) to your website. And post Google Panda and Penguin Updates it’s all about increasing the quality and not the quantity of your backlinks.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Link Building Strategies are changing after every Google Algorithmic updates. For instance, after Google Penguin, SEOs were focusing on Guest Blogging and then Google’s Matt Cutts wrote on his personal blog that Guest Blogging is done.
I published a blog post about the various link building strategies after the first Google Penguin update. But as Google began to push more algorithmic updates everything SEO began to change and now it’s all about user experience. So the new definition of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) could be User Experience Optimization (UXO).
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Social media marketing is the process of gaining website traffic or attention through social networks.If you already have a strong SEO strategy then integrating social media with your existing campaigns will yield the best results.
101+ Social Media Resources, Tips, Strategies & ToolsThe purpose of this social media handbook is to curate some of the best social media marketing resources for you. And if you are also looking for more internet marketing resources then check out my other marketing handbooks. So, here is a list of some of the best social media resources --- for bloggers, marketers, and everyone else --- that I have collected over the past several months.
Email marketing moves the conversation about your business to a more personal environment – the in-box. — CopybloggerLet's say you're a blogger and is starting a new business. So in that case you can send an email to all your readers and say about your new venture and can even offer something valuable that regular customers won't get.