DANG, y'all! You just. Can't. Get. Enough. Link building posts. Remember when I said I was running out of pictures of chainlinks? That's why you get a classic NES reference for your image today.
So here you have it, our most popular blog posts from January: lots of link building love and a few AdWords and PPC posts too. Enjoy!
- Quick and Dirty Link Building Tip Part 1: How to Get Lots of Link Prospect URLs FAST!: This is the first in a three-part series by SEO whiz Tom Demers, in which he lays out a process for a fast link-building campaign.
- Quick and Dirty Link Building Part 2: How to Prioritize Your Link Building Efforts: In Part 2 of this series, Tom explains how to sort through the link prospects you gathered in Part 1.
- Link Building 101: 5 Simple Ways to Build Links that Have Authority AND Great Anchor Text: More link building goodness from Tom, for those who don't have time for three-part series!
- Search Marketing in 2011: Predictions, Strategies and Fear Mongering Galore: I rounded up some of the looking-forwards and looking-backs from around the Internet marketing blogosphere.
- Quick and Dirty Link Building Part 3: How to Get Contact Information and Craft a Great Link Outreach Email: The final step in Tom's series explains how to write the message that will get you your links.
- New to PPC? Five Things You May Not Know About Your AdWords Account: If you're an AdWords beginner, don't miss these five facts about the platform that aren't immediately obvious, and could cost you money.
- Leveraging PPC Search Query Performance for Targeted SEO: Our frequent contributor Chad Summerhill wrote this post on using PPC data to aid your organic search efforts.
- Is the Latest AdWords Feature for Me? The Value of the Ad Interactions Report: Tom explains how the new Ad Interactions Report works and what it's good for.
- Informational Keywords & the Buying Cycle: Targeting Early-Stage Keywords via SEO: Learn how to add informational modifiers to your keyword list and match those terms with appropriate offers.
- AdWords Changing Format of Display URL: Did you notice that AdWords no longer allows capitlization in the domain segment of the display URL? How is this affecting your campaigns?