#Link Building

An Ultimate Guide to Top SEO Jobs

An Ultimate Guide to Top SEO Jobs

  1. SEO Trainee
    The designation of an SEO trainer ranks the lowest in the hierarchical order of the SEO job profiles
  2. SEO Executive
    The profile of the SEO executive is not a very influential position.
  3. SEO Analyst
    SEO analyst may pronounce his functions as reviewing the work of the SEO executive, being well versed with the keyword finding and implementing techniques.
  4. SEO Strategist
    SEO strategist is to lay down strategies which will be implemented & followed to increase and enhance the SEO of the company’s website.
  5. SEO Specialist
    The SEO specialist is the one who is accountable for maintaining and managing the organic search results of the company’s web pages.
  6. SEO Consultant
    The profile of an SEO consultant is present in the Digital marketing agencies to provide third party help.
  7. SEO Technician
    SEO technician include assessing the competitor’s website for updates and finding link building opportunities
  8. SEO Account Manager
    SEO account manager carries social media campaigns on popular networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  9.  SEO Manager
    Manager is supposed to analyze the reports of all campaigns running at a particular time.
  10. SEO Trainer
    SEO trainer is an SEO expert who mentors the subordinate employees to master the SEO functioning implementation
  11. SEO Director
    The SEO Director heads the department and keeps a check on the goals set and achieved.

8 Quick Tips for Explosive Local SEO Results

8 Quick Tips for Explosive Local SEO Results

80% of consumers research online before purchasing within a 10-20 mile radius

1. Google Places
This one is not number one because it is free, it’s number one because Google is giving a lot of preference to Google places

  • You can list your address, number and website and users can leave reviews of your services (so it goes without saying you need to be a company that leaves customers satisfied to get the most out of this).
  • But, just like the regular pages, ranking can be hard. After all, there will be hundreds of firms wanting to appear under a search for “plumbers in London.”
  • The good news for you is, many companies still are not taking advantage of this, but that won’t last long.

2. YouTube Optimization
Make a video (something worth making), upload it to YouTube, rank on page one locally…Quickly!

YouTube, another Google product. So yah, it’s getting a high rank on this list. YouTube Optimization. It’s particularly effective in local search since relatively few businesses have created and published video promotions for themselves.

  •  Geo-tag the video
  • Link your website in the description
  • Include your name, address and phone
  • Associate the video’s with your Google places and Google plus listings
  • Embed the video on your website
  • Promote the video on social media and via email

3. NAP Consistently
One of the largest local-SEO change from 2012 to 2014 is the importance of properly formatted and correct business contact information.

Any reference of a business’s name, its physical address, local phone number and website are referred to as business citation. The elements tied to a business location (name, address, phone) being referred to as NAP. the pin-point accuracy of this dataset is critical for local marketing as it provides search engines validation and contact information. Sounds simple enough but nearly 50% of small business have formatting or data errors in their citation NAP – their local visibility on search is sure to take a hit for it.

4. Link Building
This list could be reordered from top to bottom and reordered again. Link building is one of the most important tools ever in SEO

  • Back-links:
    Like traditional SEO, domain authority is still important ranking factor for local search. Domain authority is a prediction for how a website will perform in search rankings (learn more about domain authority). By attracting high quality links to your site from high domain authority websites, you can boost your own website domain authority and ranking in search results.
  • Links from Local Websites:
    You will also want to get links to your website from locally relevant website from locally relevant websites, even if they have a few domain authority. If they are influential in your local area, then try to get a link.

5. Blogging
Most business start to sweat at the thought of writing blog & social media posts, but here’s a simple strategy that will get your content marketing roaring like a lion

  • Checkout www.articlebase.com – You can search for content related to your industry and republish the articles on your own blog. You have to retain all the links and credits from the author, but this is a quick and easy way to begin publishing content. Once it’s on your blog. Share a link on your social media pages directly to the article on your website.
  • Once you get rolling, start thinking about original content and images. Original content is better and other sites might just share it, creating more links back to you!

6. Keywords: They are Magic!
This could be numbers 1-8, but again this list is not really ranked in order of importance

  • The single element driving traffic to most websites is not the visual part of the website – it’s the wording. Search engines don not see the visible parts of your website – they only see the words. That said, it makes sense to focus as much attention there as possible.
  • There is a ton of information online on how to find the best keywords for your business. Run a couple searches and you will find a ton of useful guides.

7. Get Social
Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest… These are all places you need to create a profile and post information about your business with links back to your website. Post images, articles, video’s. It all does one thing. Helps to improve your local rankings. You will notice in short time that your social profiles will start showing up in local results.

8. Get Involved In Your Online Community 
If there are local websites and forums, then it’s a great idea to get your business participating on them. This continues to bring home to Google the relevance of your business to a specific area, especially if you’re able to include links to your website (be very careful not to spam social communities, though) Local newspapers as a prime example, have websites with areas to comment and post. Just stay out of the politics and local gossip

Smart Link Building

Smart Link Building

Build links that you would want even if google didn’t exist!

Good & Bad Link Building And Its Types

1. Reciprocal Linking:

  • Bad Building:
    Excessive link exchange (“Link to me and i will link to you”) or partner pages exclusively for the sake of cross-lining will negatively impact a website’s ranking in search results
  • Good Building
    As long as this is not done excessively and these reciprocal links are on topic and “make sense from a user standpoint”, link exchange is not something bad

2. Article Marketing or Guest Posting:

  • Bad Building
    Links with over optimized anchor text in articles or press releases distributed on other sites. For example:There are many wedding rings on the market. If you want to have a wedding, you will have to pick the best ring. You will also need to buy flowers and a wedding dress 
  • Good Building
    It’s great that people write about you and link back to your website, but just as long as they create links in a natural way. Stuffing the anchor text with commercial keywords is far from natural and will surely get you in trouble. Using brand keywords or navigational phrases is a good option in this case.

3. Web Directory Links:

  • Bad Building:
    Adding your site to any directory just to get a backlink will have a negative effect on your website’s ranking. There are some directories that provide no real value to the internet users and google has excluded them from its search results. You don’t want website to be in there!
  • Good Building:
    The best directories are the ones that also provide useful information for your potential customers. The new PageRank is RELEVANCY, therefore building links in niche directories attached to informative websites relevant for your industry are beneficial for you.

4. Forum and Blogposts Comments:

  • Bad Building:
    Unhelpful forum or blog comments with optimized links in the post or signature,
    For example: Thanks, that’s great info! -Jane
    Jane’s SEO agency
    SEO Agency services London
  • Good Building:
    If you participate in an active discussion on a forum or blog that is relevant to your business and if your comment provides contextual value to the discussion, then you don’t have a worry about  sharing a relevant link. But make sure that you don’t overdo this by using commercial keywords in your anchor texts.

5. Buying Links… Or Not!

  • Bad Building:
    Google clearly states that buying backlinks to improve their guidelines. They consider link as a votes and paying for a vote is unethical. As well as potentially being a waste of money, low-quality paid links are extremely high risk. Links bought from sites that openly state (on their site or elsewhere) that they sell links are your ticket to a Google penalty!
  • Good Building:
    Instead of buying links, you can invest in creating high quality content and promoting your site in a way that attracts natural backlinks. Taking this approach doesn’t cost you more than buying a bunch of bad links, and you can ultimately achieve much better results, it just requires more patience. If you want a risk-free approach to SEO then don’t buy links. If you ever have , GET RID OF THEM NOW