Link-Assistant.Com Releases SEO Guide Covering Link Building Mistakes That May Cost One Their Business

Link-Assistant.Com, the software developer behind SEO PowerSuite tools, just published a free SEO guide that educates online marketers on widespread link building mistakes that may cost one their online business.

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Minsk, Belarus (PRWEB) April 23, 2014

Link-Assistant.Com, the software developer behind SEO PowerSuite tools, just published a free SEO guide that educates online marketers on widespread link building mistakes that may cost one their online business.

In the wake of link-related Google algorithm updates best known to SEOs as the “Penguin” series, certain backlink practices may now incur a penalty from Google. The new Link Audit Guide by Link-Assistant.Com talks about top link building mistakes that can land one in trouble and ways of diagnosing them for a site.

*Link-Assistant.Com’s Link Audit Guide*

The guide prepared by Link-Assistant.Com is aimed at 2 categories of SEO professionals: those researching new link building opportunities and those looking to recover from an algorithmic or a manual Google penalty.

Both groups of SEOs should be aware of the types of backlinks Google considers manipulative to avoid having them in a link profile.

*Link building mistakes to watch out for*

The dangerous link building tactics emphasized in Link-Assistant.Com’s Link Audit Guide are:

  • Links from pages with a large number of outgoing links
  • Links from pages that share the same IP address
  • The excess of links with exact-match anchor text
  • The lack of anchor text diversity
  • Site-wide backlinks (in one’s footer, sidebar, etc.)
  • Links from de-indexed pages
  • Links from low-value, fly-by-night pages

The guide describes the seven link building “sins” in detail and gives step-by-step instructions on how to spot such backlinks in one’s profile.

*Anti-Penalty Link Audit feature*

To check one’s website for suspicious links, Link-Assistant.Com suggests using their new Anti-Penalty Link Audit feature in SEO SpyGlass. The functionality marks links in one’s profile as “trusted”, “suspicious”, “high-risk”, or “critical-risk”. The types of links one should avoid in their profiles fall in one of the latter three categories.

The new tab in SEO SpyGlass makes it easy to detect potentially harmful links and speed up the recovery process in case of a Google penalty. The full copy of the Link Audit guide is available at http://www.link-assistant.com/news/link-mistakes.html.

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*About Link-Assistant.Com*

Link-Assistant.Com is a software company with almost a decade’s experience providing industry-leading SEO tools for bloggers, solo entrepreneurs and marketing agencies. Started in 2005, Link-Assistant.Com’s business model was built on progress and innovation. The company’s marketing tools are used by over 500,000 users worldwide who reply on Link-Assistant.Com best-known toolkit - SEO PowerSuite - for their online marketing success.

Free versions of all Link-Assistant.Com's apps are available on the company's official website Link-Assistant.Com.


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    Link-Assistant.Com
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