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Is Linking To Pirated Content A Liability?
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The online video copyright issue is set to get more intense as legal lines come closer into focus. The YouTube and Viacom case, in the unlikely event it sees a courtroom, would be large enough to solidify some ground rules. There are also international complications, which makes one wonder if the World Wide Web will one day necessitate a Virtual World Court.  

In-Site Linking Is In Demand

In-site links may feel pointless; after all, you would never gain anything by listing yourself as a reference in the real world.  But in answer to the question of whether in-site links have any value, the good folks at Pandia believe, “Actually, they do.”

Okay, so, “Actually, the do” is what really appears, but typos happen, and the main idea stands.

Citations and Links from the Press

The press are an evil bunch:- they phone you when you are busy, ask you lots of difficult questions, try to trip you up or squeeze something juicy out of you, wasting lots of your time, and the buggers rarely give you a citation or a link for your efforts.

Blogspot and SEO
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Well it never just rains. It has to pour. I made an offer of some free SEO reviews a while back and a nasty confluence of happenings has upset my apple cart.

But I’m going to try and get some advice out to a few more people now. And this is going to be the toughest task I’ve had in a while. You see it never dawned on me that so many folk would be on hosted blogs. Let’s just say that optimising Blogspot is not a straight forward task.

Reasons for Deep Linking

While writing a post, always try to link to some older posts with absolute paths.

Lessons In Linking With Robert Scoble

The fastest way to anger the collective hive-mind that is the blogosphere is not to link to it. The second fastest way to anger the blogosphere is to accuse others of not linking to it. The lesson there is that not linking is the unpardonable sin, and PodTech.net’s Robert Scoble stepped forward over the weekend to throw the first stone.

Diggers are Nuts about Knuttz

The folks over at Knuttz.net have cracked the code on Digg. So listen up, I’m here to explain to you exactly how they do it (well, with one critical missing detail!)

Structuring Your Website

Though you could read about the overall process of creating natural websites and integrating all aspects of web design, SEO, usability and accessibility in the process before, some more information about structuring your website may be useful as well.

Deep Linking Within The First 200 Characters

Not many people realize the power of deep linking into your own site within the first paragraph of your blog post, article, PR release, etc.

Media Linking to Wikipedia Articles

Not sure if this is something new or not, but I just saw a CNN Money article which linked at a Wikipedia article about Joe Kraus as background on him.

Value Factors of Incoming Links

While everyone keeps talking about getting quality, relevant links’, it is rarely said what those are.

MSN Live Banning Reciprocal Link Exchange Spam

The headline above may be a bit premature as the claimed email received from MSN search team by a SearchEngineWatch forums member has not been acknowledged as coming from Microsoft. A quote:

Developing Your Internal Linking Structure

The core of the Internet is pages with links pointing to and from them. That’s why it is not only important to have something to get links to, but to link from a page.

Always Get New Links AGNL – 7 Tips for Success

At this point we all know that Link Building is the latest and greatest with the search engines and that without link popularity it’s nearly impossible to rank on the first page for competitive keyword phrases.

LinkMoses Speaketh

Eric Ward, the mac daddy link master or as Debra likes to call him, “LinkMoses” has published his Linking Commandments (part one).

MyBlogLog Community

Peter Davis ran with a theme I wrote about in The Long Tail of Linking – building a professional peer group.

The Long Tail of Linking

Back when the Internet and subsequently the blogosphere was in its infancy, there were two concepts that seemed to win the day: link exchanges and blogrolls. Each provided a way of gaining more traffic and visibility.

Friendster Caught Between a Rock and a Facebook

The game is over, and Friendster lost.

Pay Attention To Your Embedded Links

Optimizing any web page involves both on-page and off-page optimization. Whereas on-page optimization emphasizes the use of carefully selected keywords to write a web page, off-page optimization is all about building links to the web page from other web pages as well as other websites.

Creating a Link Campaign

There are many different reasons out there fore creating a link campaign; after all, it can benefit you in so many different internet marketing strategies.

Linking Strategies: To Buy or Not to Buy

Buying text links for your website is a highly controversial subject online. Like it or not, approve of the practice or disapprove, it does exist and there are many website owners who are doing it.