SEO in 2013 – What to Do (and AVOID like the plague!)

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  1. Matthew Allen

    If you guys didn’t catch it, Pat posted this video interview with Alex (an
    SEO expert) yesterday. This discussion really cleared up some theories and
    misconceptions for me as far as the state of SEO and link-building as it is
    today.

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  2. Henri Apell

    SEO in 2013: Talk between Pat Flynn and Alex Becker

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  3. Jason Hill

    An interesting discussion on SEO in 2013. Watch the video to learn what
    *not* to do! Shortcuts may yield results in the short run but Google is
    ever evolving to catch these types of tactics that can become abusive and
    result in penalties.

    I’m kind of shocked that SEO Nuke, and “The back linking strategy that
    works” are still being promoted. Although Pat did mention his back link
    strategy isn’t working as well as it used to.

    I didn’t watch the entire video, I lost interest about half way through so
    I hope I didn’t miss anything or am putting my foot in my mouth.

    From what I did see, I am becoming more motivated to start a similar type
    site teaching others how to profit without trying to take shortcuts that
    way they don’t have to be worried every time Google throws out an update.

    

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  4. Rob Wagner

    An interesting discussion on SEO in 2013. Watch the video to learn what
    *not* to do! Shortcuts may yield results in the short run but Google is
    ever evolving to catch these types of tactics that can become abusive and
    result in penalties.

    I’m kind of shocked that SEO Nuke, and “The back linking strategy that
    works” are still being promoted. Although Pat did mention his back link
    strategy isn’t working as well as it used to.

    I didn’t watch the entire video, I lost interest about half way through so
    I hope I didn’t miss anything or am putting my foot in my mouth.

    From what I did see, I am becoming more motivated to start a similar type
    site teaching others how to profit without trying to take shortcuts that
    way they don’t have to be worried every time Google throws out an update.

    

    Reply
  5. Jason Hill

    An interesting discussion on SEO in 2013. Watch the video to learn what
    *not* to do! Shortcuts may yield results in the short run but Google is
    ever evolving to catch these types of tactics that can become abusive and
    result in penalties.

    I’m kind of shocked that SEO Nuke, and “The back linking strategy that
    works” are still being promoted. Although Pat did mention his back link
    strategy isn’t working as well as it used to.

    I didn’t watch the entire video, I lost interest about half way through so
    I hope I didn’t miss anything or am putting my foot in my mouth.

    From what I did see, I am becoming more motivated to start a similar type
    site teaching others how to profit without trying to take shortcuts that
    way they don’t have to be worried every time Google throws out an update.

    

    Reply
  6. Yusuf Chowdhury

    #SEO #seomarketing 

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  7. Robin Annette

    Great Seo video

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  8. Eric Schiffer

    See this year’s trends in SEO

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  9. Shawn Dorsey

    SEO 2013- What to do and avoid like the plague!

    http://youtu.be/F9xCuXFuYfg

    #seo #seotips2013 

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  10. Chris Morris

    Brilliant link-building video for post-Panda-Penguin SEO.

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  11. BlogTyrant

    Pat what is that thing in the top right hand corner of your office?

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  12. toshtao1
  13. BPO Outsourcing Remote

    Thanks for the tips! I think this kind of technique is an effective one.
    Implementing this procedure can help your website rank up in just a matter
    of time. Thanks! 

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  14. kim dahl

    Very interesting

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  15. Dahlkim

    Check this out

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  16. Kyle McDougle

    Awesome interview! Thank you

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  17. Dave Garrison

    alex becker is the real deal

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  18. EverSpark Interactive

    This video was eye opening and gave some very helpful pointers on source
    linking.

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  19. Michael Beale

    Fascinating. Haven’t thought about Google ranking strategy recently. This
    got me thinking and makes perfect sense. It’s about back link anchor text
    profiles (do not over emphasise key key words) and buying reasonable page
    rank urls and putting decent content and back links as per your profile on
    them.

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  20. CINéSYN

    Cool! What about 2014?

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  21. Kyle James

    Buy domains and link them to your site? Really? This isn’t 2006. Earn your
    backlinks…the only way to rank for the long term.

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  22. soner çağlar

    thanks for information

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  23. Michael Mann

    Why do so many so-called “experts” give really bad advice? I have sites
    ranking #1 on all 3 major search engines without the need to do any of this
    “backlinking” and buying links. All this bad advice will just leave your
    domain completely blacklisted by the search engines.

    Sites are getting bumped down and off of Google for poor quality content
    with overusage of keywords, known as keyword stuffing and not allowing
    keywords to be used naturally within the content and be relevant. Quality
    content trumps all this magical SEO advice.

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  24. Ted Weddell

    When building our own little SEO network of sites, most of us would use a
    single hosting provider, which means all of our sites would originate from
    the same IP address. Would Google or other major search engines recognize
    this as “manipulating their system” and possible penalize the whole network
    of sites?

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