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    I have read many articles about ink building and this content really catch me not the popular 'link building' topic but the real scenario happen in the middle of process in promoting your product and services. This is "The 10 Worst Link Building Assumptions" posted by Julie Joyce from the searchengineland website. The ten things that Julie discuss on this content will show you on how optimization really happen and how it eventually change to adapt in every situation to stay in the competition. Kindly visit this link for your preference and let see who will you comment on this content in your own point of view. The 10 Worst Link Building Assumptions

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    That article is sure to make a bunch of so called seo sellers very unhappy!
    Love where people run ads on forums that they guarantee they can rank you in x amount of days for your keywod(s).
    People buy into that, and a month or so down the line, when their site drops like a rock in the rankings, they are befuddled and mad.

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    Yeah, the 10 Worst Link Building Assumptions were the normal for some people 10 years ago and they damn outranked the good guys for years!...Then, things today are the opposite, because all the main search engines failed to establish clear rules of practice, even today. What is it that you have new algorithms every months, there are just patches and fake assumptions mostly from google that the people request specifics and better relevant results.

    For me, the google results are still garbage 80% of the time full of spams, redirected clicks and non sense results. So does it matter if you link methodically? And what about all the guys linking to your site with spam links? All of this for what, when you know that google want you to sign in for their pay ads system? Again. does it matter to waste your time building links? Google sooner or later will force you to go in their pay scheme, you like it or not, their pay system is going to take over the organic search, it is inevitable.
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    I would not say 80% of google searches are garbage, but it is at least 50% in my opinion.
    Search and get crap from 10 years ago, or get sites that gamed the system into ranking for the term you are searching for even though the site is nothing about what you want.
    Or worse, the damn paid links that show up in searches!
    Some again have nothing to do with a search.

    Pay google enough money for a search term and for sure your site will be shown at the top!
    Again, even if it has nothing to do with the search term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Pay google enough money for a search term and for sure your site will be shown at the top!
    Again, even if it has nothing to do with the search term.
    LOL, right on, right on! Google will provide whatever results to get paid, even if that is frustrating the users and the sponsors.

    Where does google get its feedbacks? The users really? Look at the marketing companies hiring people with this pitch: "How to Make Money At Home Working for Google" with due respect to the people working for peanuts doing this job, I think google is locking itself in its own virtual world...
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