UPDATE: October 22, 2012
Google Penguin Update 3 report now available!
The 42 page case study is our most extensive report on a Google update EVER.
The Penguin 3 report is here: http://www.linkresearchtools.com/case-studies/google-penguin-3-update/
Decrypting the factors for Penguin punishment
Have In-Content links lost their power?
Do you have sufficient good TitleRank™ links?
We are back with another piece of the Google Penguin puzzle!
It seems In-Content links lost their power to link-lists!
Link-Lists? Over in-content links?
Your links need great TitleRank™ That’s for sure now!
See for yourself what my team and I have found!
Christoph C. Cemper
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You can download a full 15 page reports that contains
- the sites that we analyzed
- how we used CEMPER Power™ und CEMPER Trust™ metrics
- how we used our brand new TitleRank™ metric
- how the link position effects the quality of a link
- what we found out about link lists
- how de-indexed links played a role or not
- which metrics decide between victory or defeat in Google Penguin
- full interpretation of many detail charts we created
- BONUS: downloadable Excel file with the 100 strongest link lists of the winners
- BONUS: 8 page report with the 7 deadly wrong interpretations of TitleRank™ (see below)
Free bonus report 7 deadly wrong interpretations of TitleRank™
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This report tells you the 7 different link type cases that you might misinterprent the new TitleRank metric.
Some examples you will read about
- The “Money Keyword” Blog link
- The Newspaper Link
- The “article marketing” replication
- and four more chapters about possibly wrong decisions on your link detox!
If you are serious about Link Detox for Penguin, you have to read it today!
Our most recent case study utilizes our new TitleRank™ metric and confirms it as a very appropriate metric to diagnose good or bad links!
It could be shown again, that our Power*Trust metric separates Winners from Losers after Google Penguin!
The capability to identify link location for each backlink helped to come to yet another interesting finding we already saw in a previous Penguin case study a week ago for Germany (all german)…
I preached in-content links for years in the 7 Golden Rules of Link Building
but it of course comes down to the quality of the “in-content” links. Just because it’s “in-content” doesn’t mean it’s good alone. You have to abide all seven golden rules of link building!
What do you think?
Are Link-List links better than In-Content Links after Penguin?
Please let us know!
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