Content Writing King Dispels Link Building Myth Regarding .Edu Domains

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A link building myth has been dispelled with a new blog post, announces Content Writing King. This new blog post exposes bunk link building practices involving .edu domains.

A brand new blog post about link building has been published, announces Content Writing King. The new link building blog post that was published today concerns the use of websites that have a .edu to build links. According to this blog post, link building is spam from any site, regardless of how high quality the website is.

Daniel Drew of Content Writing King wrote this new piece on link building. He released a statement regarding the content. He said, “My latest blog post writing at my SEO content creation website contains advice for people trying to build links using .edu type websites. I know it can seem tempting, especially in light of some major search engine changes, but I want people to know that it’s best practices to not engage in spam campaigns.”

This new SEO content creation blog post comes at a time when there is much turmoil in the search engine optimization world. Content Writing King has stated that they aim to shine a light in the darkness to help guide content creators on how to best handle their SEO efforts. This is the original reasoning behind the new blog post writing series, according to the company.

In addition to the new blog post series, Content Writing King has also been working hard to put together a video SEO case study. This new study is accompanied by a 10% discount for new customers willing to join the study by paying for at least 50 video SEO videos. However, they just stated that they no longer allow this to be combined with other services at the 10% discount.

About Content Writing King – Content Writing King is an online company that offers customers a blog post writing service, article marketing service, video SEO, as well as other SEO content creation services. For more information, please visit their website at

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