Category: "Case studies"
20 SEO Link Building Methods for 2020
Link Building has been called "dead" for years. The rules of 2003 certainly changed, and those who could not learn and adapt to the ever-changing rules and increased requirements on skills, tools, details then, of course, had to give up on their "link building tricks." Google confirmed that links are the #1 ranking factor and said: "Ranking without links is really really hard." The Google Core Algorithm is based on links, and that hasn't changed since the inception of Google.
Finding Great Links to Build and How to Evaluate them
The Link Opportunity Review mode of Link Detox is a unique and awesome feature in LRT, that made many users a ton of money and saved them fro penalties. It can help you find low risk, high quality links. Your time will no longer be wasted going after worthless or harmful links. Enjoy your link building success.
How to Use Footprints to Find the Best Link Building Opportunities
Link Building has become a real challenge. Analyze your market, check out your competitors and verify high-quality sites. But there is also another great approach. This Case Study will show you how LRT Xpert Rick Lomas used footprints to find the best link building opportunities for his clients.
Interflora Google Penalty - a Deep Dive into Toxic Links
We are sure you’ve heard about Interflora.co.uk being penalized by Google. No wonder, because Link Detox found over 70% toxic and suspicious links including cheap advertorials, paid blog posts etc. Here you will find examples for toxic and suspicious links that will put you in danger for a Penguin penalty.
Learn from a Deep Dive into a Penguin 2.0 Victim's Spam Penalty
This Deep Dive case study looks at a definitive loser of the Penguin 2.0 update – HOME24.DE. This is a German site selling furniture and much more had a loss of -59% for the traffic. Since HOME24 this is a major brand, also engaging in TV advertising it’s worth looking into it in more detail, and try to learn what went wrong, and what they could improve or could have improved.