• Debra Mastaler

    Ted, you said: …” I do believe that it is utilized for detecting and discounting paid links and “reciprocal links.”

    You are right, the nofollow attribute closes the flow of quality through a link but it does so on all links regardless of the type. If the person adding the attribute doesn’t “like” a website and doesn’t want to endorse it, he/she can add the attribute. The links don’t need to be paid or swapped. :)

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/105204161368183855505/ Caluori

    Truly exceptional explanation of press releases for SEO. I recently spoke with PRWeb, but couldn’t justify paying over $1000 for my small site. I just requested a call from PRNewswire from your mention. I’ll add you on Google+ to see any future articles you post. Great work Ted.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=584013272 Paisley Amoeba

    dont use nofollow.

  • http://www.mymobileinnovations.com/ Tasha

    My search is over. I will call PRnewswire. It looks good to my pocket with better facilities. Thanks Ted

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  • http://twitter.com/samburgon Sam Burgon

    Our company owns 2 websites, which both link to each other in their respective “about” pages (in a very natural way). Does that Google is going to spank us?

  • http://cranberry.com/ David McInnis

    Some of these strategies are a bit old and some even dangerous. Want the best tip for PR and SEO? Stop focusing on your SEO strategy and write for people instead. Hopefully this will addressed in the two followup articles in this series.

    I may revisit my comments later today as time permits. In the meantime I wrote this earlier this year. http://cranberry.com/business/marketing/5-press-release-strategies-for-2013-3112

  • http://www.facebook.com/daman.malhi.5 Daman Malhi

    I really appreciate your post Ted Ives because in the lists
    above are actually the best and the safest way to build authority to your
    website as well as, you will get natural links and traffic at the same time..

  • http://www.TrafficGenerationCafe.com/ Ana | Traffic Generation Cafe

    Thanks for the great post, Ted; happily gave it thumbs up here http://www.trafficgenerationcafe.com/weekly-marketing-skinny-april-13-2013/

  • Matthew Lobas

    We’ve found that when we submit a press release that’s actually newsworthy and not just for SEO purposes, the media tends to cite the news in their own copy.

    E.g Mashable picked up a press release we published on http://www.pressat.co.uk/ a while back and then citied it, which provided a natural authoritative link.

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