Groupon's new search feature is a Yelp-like directory of business pages with contact info, user reviews, deals, and a goal of engaging you to spend more time on Groupon's website.
If you are doing a backlink audit and trying to remove or disavow unnatural links, this article should help you when it comes to making decisions about links from directories.
When you think search, no doubt you think Google. But there are other popular major search engines (e.g., Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, and Baidu) that you can turn when searching for information, images, maps, videos, products, or something local.
Some paid links are considered relatively evil, but others are much more widely accepted. Some may not like to admit it, but these strategies are all considered paid links – it all boils down to money (or items of value) being exchanged for a link.
When trying to build links, you don't have to rely only on organic search for your research. Here are some additional sources.
Submitting yourself to directories that are directly related to your business is an important part of directory and linkbuilding research. For links, SERP presence, or traffic, there are a few important directories you should make sure your business is included in.
Link Columnist Justilien Gaspard tells you how to get quality links from trusted sites in a round about manner, creating trusted linking neighborhoods.
Search Engine Watch's recap of top search engine stories since our last newsletter.
Daily SearchCast, Dec. 21, 2005: Google & AOL Tie The Knot, Google Apps On Lexar USB Drives, AdSense For Domains Pains, Government Worries Over Google Earth’s Big Eye, Yahoo Duo To Podcast, Google’s Top Terms Of The Year & More!
Today’s search podcast covers Google and AOL formally renewing their partnership, Google applications coming preloaded on Lexar flash drives, Google AdWords and ... read more