Link Building by the Google Books

July 24, 2008 at 12:03 pm | Posted in Link Building Books | 3 Comments

Link building has never been this easy these days compared to what it is in the early days of Google. Techie people have always loved to see how scripts and codes and reciprocal forms and e-mails asking for links can be one of the hardest tasks by a link builder. At least, so far, this has been what link building is since then. I am glad that today, it has all changed. Link building according to the Google books was made a lot easier to accomplish today and even deep links are.

Time and again I get to be reminded of this, deep linking work that I’ve been doing for years now. It reminds of how much I had a hard time building one way links for clients since the year 2004. It is not just as hard to link directories allowing deep linking but it is also very hard to find site that you can get a link from pointing to the inner pages of a client. I can still remember back in the old days that in order for me to get links, a lot of links toward a webpage I am doing link building jobs with, I had to sign up with so many forums make a few hundred posts to get a link from my signature and make a lot of blog comments, hoping that I can get my comment approved.

Today, hub pages are pretty easy to make useful and good contents to have a deep link pointed to a client’s site. Press release sites are also easier to get links from, pointed to the inner pages of a website. It has never been this easy to get deep links today than yesterday based on the link building books by Google. The only problem is that Google doesn’t seem to like too much link building effort. There is a new link building book of records it seem that it wants to be written for the record. It’s like “NO MORE THAN 10 LINKS ALLOWED EACH DAY”. Well, it’s up to you to see through using your own experiment and prove what’s right.

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