• http://www.gotmedia.com HawksM

    I am finding that it comes down to quality. Search for quality links and you will prosper, search for garbage and you will get garbage. I have a friend that tried the “10 keyword links for $1000/year” from a company here in LA. As fast as his ranking climbed for the keywords, they went away just as fast, if not faster. Buying links has a different mentality than link building. Link building involves time, research, thought, strategy and most important…relevancy. A good quality link will essentially last for years, so it should be assumed that it will take time and effort to obtain it. Don’t just go for the “low hanging fruit”. Hard work always pays off in the long run! There are many respected professionals that can help when you need help too. I recently got consulting and it was worth every dollar.

  • http://marketingsqueeze.com/is-it-easy-to-measure-link-building-effectiveness/ davesids

    What is the best software to identify which are your best links?