Tag Archives: Links

How Google’s Nofollow, Sponsored, & UGC Links Impact SEO

Google shook up the SEO world by announcing big changes to how publishers should mark nofollow links. The changes — while beneficial to help Google understand the web — nonetheless caused confusion and raised a number of questions. We’ve got the answers to many of your questions here. 14 years after its introduction, Google today announced significant

What Links to Target with Google’s Disavow Tool – Whiteboard Friday

Do you need to disavow links in the modern age of Google? Is it safe? If so, which links should you disavow? In this Whiteboard Friday, Cyrus Shepard answers all these questions and more. While he makes it clear that the majority of sites shouldn’t have to use Google’s Disavow Tool, he provides his personal

Links as a Google Ranking Factor: A 2019 Study

Do Links Still Matter? For the fourth year running, Stone Temple (now a part of Perficient Digital) conducted a study on how much links matter as a ranking factor. We did that using Moz’s Link Explorer and in this year’s study, we looked at the largest data set yet — 27,000 queries. Our study used quadratic

Building Links with Great Content – Natural Syndication Networks

The debate is over and the results are clear: the best way to improve domain authority is to generate large numbers of earned links from high-authority publishers. Getting these links is not possible via: Link exchanges Buying links Private Blog Networks, or PBNs Comment links Paid native content or sponsored posts Any other method you

Can You Still Use Infographics to Build Links?

Content link building: Are infographics still the highest ROI format? Fun fact: the first article to appear online proclaiming that “infographics are dead” appeared in 2011. Yet, here we are. For those of you looking for a quick answer to this strategy-defining question, infographics aren’t as popular as they were between 2014 and 2015. Although