The Google Disavow Tool has been out for years. But we still see common mistakes that SEOs make every day, not considering that disavowing the wrong links can cause severe damage to the rankings. Read on and learn about how you can use the Disavow Tool to your advantage.Read More
The tickets for the 10th and last edition of SEOktoberfest will sell out in minutes, despite the hefty price tag of 5.000 Euros. However, nobody can buy the last and final ticket for the 10th edition of SEOktoberfest.
Like every year, LinkResearchTools – one of the main sponsors of the SEOktoberfest Charity BBQ has the honor to award the last ticket via the LinkResearchTools SEOktoberfest Challenge.
Read on and learn why you shouldn’t miss this exclusive SEO event.Read More
This is a post your competitors don’t want you to read. You will learn about seven fairly unknown SEO tools for 2017 that you most probably didn’t know exist. These tools ease your SEO work. You as an SEO, just need to bring those artful skills and enter “the zone” of creativity without going nuts on Excel macros, incompatible download formats and such.Read More
Link building has been dead for years, for those who failed to adapt to the ever changing rules and increased requirements on skills, tools, details and perseverance.
Links are important, since Google confirmed that links are the #1 ranking factor, alongside great content. Ranking without links is really hard, and why would anyone try to rank without links in the first place? Google cares about links more than anything, and so should you.Read More
Do redirects pass link juice? Do they pass penalties? Does it matter which redirect I use? These questions are essential to SEO, especially because things change over time and we may have missed something in our hectic business routine. We were fed up of not knowing, so we started doing our own research on redirects. Read on to find out what changes you might have missed, or learn new things you maybe never knew about links:Read More
Today, it’s no longer about cutting the “price per link” to a minimum – it’s all about the risk. After years of disgracefully spamming the Web, cleaning up the mess seems to be a lost cause. But shutting down the website and starting all over seems even worse. Read on to find out how to make your backlink profile clean again and also how to keep it that way.Read More
Times just got really exciting with the Penguin 4.0 update, as it is now integrated into the core algorithm. This is not going to be an update like the previous Penguins, where Google will be able to give out a number of affected queries after a complete rollout. No. This update is constantly happening and rankings will be changing frequently. Therefore, there will not be a complete rollout like before. Also, this will probably be the last Google Penguin update ever. We were able to put together a helpful Q&A with all you need to know about the Granular Real-Time-Penguin 4.0. Read on to find out what we discovered!Read More
In a typical brief and short statement, Google’s Gary Illyes commented, that Google has “less need” for users disavowing bad links. However, the statement was quickly taken out of context calling the “Disavow Tool” dead, or claiming that there would be no more need for disavowing bad links at all. Google didn’t say that, at all. What Garry also said was that the changes in Penguin 4.0 would devalue spammy links. Read on to understand what that means for the SEO world.Read More