17 Types of Link Spam to Avoid

by sdmtl
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Read this today at SEOMOZ. Scary. I have to agree with most. Nothing I have been doing is working anymore. Considering hanging it up. Not worth the BS anymore.

I can't post the link but go to the blog section of seomoz dot com

#avoid #link #spam #types
  • Profile picture of the author sovereignn
    >_> got interested and wish you could post links...

    17 Types of Link Spam to Avoid | SEOmoz

    There's the link for everybody!
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  • Profile picture of the author cheapstuff
    There has been no discussion but I think they are just talking about spamming these link sources. Most are still applicable sources of backlinks but you need to do it the proper way. Guess the title is just a way to catch peoples attention. Should be called, "Penguins Eat Spam, Quit Hammering Websites"
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  • Profile picture of the author retsek
    If it's too easy (or cheap) to score that link then you probably shouldn't be doing it.
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  • Profile picture of the author emigre
    After reading (or more like browsing) that article, I'm inclined to agree with one of the comments made there:

    "So in short dont do any link building. Simply build content and wait for others to find it."
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl

    Can't you just avoid spam, period?

    Done and done.

    Or is #18-20 spam that works? Or maybe
    #20-30 is good spam?

    Can't wait for the
    "17 types of spam you should try!"

    SEOmoz has their own agenda people. No need
    to spam a link. Oh wait! That's spam #21.


    If you were disappointed in your results today, lower your standards tomorrow.

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