Part of my job is toÂ review websites from all over the worldÂ to identify problems. Frequently, these sites have been optimized or “SEO’d” properly, yet are still not doing as well in the SERPS (Search Engine Result Pages)Â as the site owners would like.
Naturally, the site owners are looking for second opinions to determine what their previous SEO company has “done wrong”.Â Often, nothing was done wrong, but there are simply very fewÂ inbound links from other sitesÂ to the customers website.
If you have a good website, with plenty of good content, but your rankings aren’t where they should be, then you’re probably missing the last piece of the SEO puzzle…inbound links.
I’m not talking about trading links among webmasters either.Â That ship has sailed, and theÂ value of reciprocal linking continues to diminish. I’m also not talking about participating in “link networks” where you trade links with hundreds or thousands of other websites with the click of a button. Webmasters have exploited this, and the search engines know it.Â
Inbound links are said by many to be the single highest factor in determining SERPS. Other than content, I tend to agree, although there are plenty of documented cases of sites with crummy content but lots of links ranking very high.
There is only one way to legitimately build inbound links, and that is by hand.Â PDXTC can help you build one way links to your websitte in a methodicalÂ manner, staying withinÂ the search engines Terms Of Service (TOS) agreements, so you don’t get banned. This method is 100% legitimate, and “White hat”, and that’s why it works.
Full details ofÂ the PDXTC manual link building service here…