Pay as little as $15 to have Hundreds of incoming links

How to pay as little as to have hundreds of high-quality incoming links pointing to your websites. Consumer Notice: This video may contain a paid affiliate link.

www.seroundtable.com – This week at the Search Engine Roundtable I covered a lot of topics on the latest Google update. I discussed which sites this update, named Farmer or Panda, impacted most, how to get both moral and Google help and some more details on the update itself. It lead to a question asked before, does Google whitelist sites – they say no. Does Google look at which state or city your site is hosted in? A case study showed the impact of a new site with 10000 spam links. AdSense now has a mobile site, it’s limited, but it works. Google Places now doesn’t want reviews that are paid. Google has a new custom 404 page. Yahoo celebrated their sweet 16. Google had logos for Li Bai, St. David’s Day and the Japanese Doll Festival but left out Dr. Seuss’s birthday. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable. Google Farmer Update Support Groups : www.seroundtable.com Shocking: Google To Tweak Content Farm Algorithm : www.seroundtable.com Poll: Were You Impacted By The Google Farmer Update? : www.seroundtable.com Google Accidentally Label Your Site As A Content Farm? Get Help Here : www.seroundtable.com Was Google Too Hasty with the Farmer Update? SEO’s Discuss Good & Bad : www.seroundtable.com SEOs Chew On Wired’s Interview With Cutts & Singhal On Farmer Update : www.seroundtable.com What’s Your Name? Farmer Or Panda? : www.seroundtable.com Google: No Whitelist For Search Algorithms : www.seroundtable.com Google Rank Sites In California Better? No

5 Replies to “Pay as little as $15 to have Hundreds of incoming links”

  1. Doe’s these links still have any affect after google separated in “good” nad “bad” neighbourhood links?

  2. Excellent tips for anyone wanting to get more traffic and higher page rank for their sites.

    Thanks Jeff and please keep it coming!
    From: WebBizTeacher

  3. for my keywords, the websites that had the best content moved to page 2-3 and new .info sites moved up… wtf?

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