The Ultimate SEO Link Building Mega Course
Learn SEO for Images, Blog, Website, Video, Articles, On Page Optimization, Backlinks, Keyword Research – EVERYTHING!
What you’ll learn :
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to perform keyword research.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know the basics to SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to optimize a blog post & article.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to optimize a web page.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to optimize an image.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to optimize a video.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to build powerful EDU & GOV backlinks.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to use software to find new & more powerful backlinks.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know the various types of links you can create (20+ varieties).
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to perform Local SEO & rank within your local city for extremely tough keywords & keyword phrases.
- In this SEO course, you’ll know how to build more links than you can handle with this course.
- You should know how to use a PC at a beginner level.
Welcome to The Ultimate Course on SEO
- This is a 16-in-1 multi-course. The list of courses included in this single purchase includes:
- Keyword Research: Beginner to Expert
- Link Building 101
- The Link Types You Can Build
- Research with LongTail Pro
- Screaming Frog SEO Guide
- Build .EDU & .GOV Links to Page 1 of Google
- Google Maps
- Image SEO
- How to Optimize an Article to Page 1 of Google
- On-Page Website Optimization Guide
- Video SEO (2-in-1 mega course)
- Link Building Software Suggestions
- Expired Domains & 301 Redirect Secrets
- The Guide to Master Manual Link Building for Idiots
- Email Marketing Mastery
- The Perfect Autoresponder Sequence Template to Copy
If that’s not enough to wet your palette, then just get a load of the things we’ll be talking about inside.
We’ll be learning about the 20+ link types you can build. Why is this so important? Well when you think about each link as it’s own “animal”, you can begin to see what types of links you want to keep in your “zoo” for Google to visit and grade (and by “zoo” I mean your website). When you build a variety of links (and especially high authority/quality links), you’ll rank extremely high in the search engines. The reason. Google is always on the look out for websites that are “in high regard” from other websites. Showing the RIGHT links, in the RIGHT niches virtually FORCES Google to rank you.
If you’re looking to get your website, blog or company to Page 1 in Google; this is the guide to do just that. We go over every detail you need to know. Starting with keyword research and ending with how to find SPECIFIC BACKLINKS for your website, in your industry/niche. We hand hold you the entire way, and let go of the bicycle when you finally know how to gather these backlinks and create content for each & every network.
About the Topic
Links were the first major “Off-the-page” ranking factor used by search engines. Google wasn’t the first search engine to count links as “votes,” but it was the first search engine to rely heavily on link analysis as a way to improve relevancy.
Despite the chatter around other signals, links, along with content remain the most important external signal for Google’s search rankings. But as you’ll find, some links are more valuable than others.
If you were sick, which would you trust more, the advice from five doctors or from 50 random people who offered their advice as you walked down the street?
Unless you’ve had a really bad experience with doctors, you’d probably trust the advice from the doctors. Even though you’re getting fewer opinions, you’re getting those opinions from experts. The quality of their opinions is better, so they carry more weight.
It works the same way with search engines. They’ll count all the links pointing at websites (except those blocked using nofollow or other methods), but they don’t count them all equally. They give more weight to the links that are considered to be of better quality.
What’s a quality link? It’s one of those “you’ll know it when you see it” types of things in many cases. But a link from any large, respectable site is going to be higher on the quality scale than a link you might get from commenting on a blog. In addition, links from those in your “neighborhood,” sites that are topically relevant to your site, may also count more.
Link text/anchor text
Amazon has millions of links pointing at it. Yet, it doesn’t rank for “boats.” It does rank for “books.” Why? Many of those links pointing at Amazon say the word “books” within the links, while relatively few say “boats,” since Amazon doesn’t sell boats.
The words within a link — the link text or “anchor text” — are seen by search engines as the way one website is describing another. It’s as if someone’s pointing at you in real life and saying “books” and declaring you an expert on that topic.
You often can’t control the words people use to link to you, so capitalize on your opportunities to influence anchor text, within reason.
Number of links
Plenty of sites have found that getting a whole lot of links can add up to SEO success. Even more so if you’re getting a lot of links from many different sites. All things being equal, 1,000 links from one site will mean far less than 1000 links from 1000 sites.
Long ago, the sheer number of links used to be far more important, but the number has decreased steadily in importance as search engines have learned how to better evaluate the quality of links.
Tactics such as viral link baiting campaigns, badges and widgets can all be effective at securing large numbers of links, and even search engine representatives have suggested these methods.
But in your quest for links, don’t fire up automated software and begin spamming blogs. That’s a bad thing, in many ways, as we’ll explore later in this guide.
For more information about links and link building,let’s meet inside !
Who this course is for :
- Online Marketers
- Everyone with a Website
- SEO Marketers & Engineers
- Brick & Mortar Businesses
- Everyone with a Product
- Video Producers who want to rank their videos higher in Google
- Link Builders
- Content Creators who want to get more traffic from their work