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Title: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: bijutoha on 06-06-2014, 23:39:15
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Yes my dear fellows,

It is one of the most powerful curious that makes me too ambiguous about Linkbuilding. From over few days I'm going to hear like that "It is still Alive" . I just need your explanatory opinion that makes me clear and I can take a decision about it soon. 

Thanks in Advance.   
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: andy901 on 06-08-2014, 09:57:20
Who said you that link building is dead? Link building will never be dead. According to the current trends of Google and its Algorithm updates, build backlinks naturally. Don't concentrate on the same anchor text and also, keep concentrate on producing unique and information- rich content in bulk. Content marketing is the best technique of creating quality backlinks.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: bijutoha on 06-08-2014, 23:21:29
Who said you that link building is dead? Link building will never be dead. According to the current trends of Google and its Algorithm updates, build backlinks naturally. Don't concentrate on the same anchor text and also, keep concentrate on producing unique and information- rich content in bulk. Content marketing is the best technique of creating quality backlinks.

Could you explain something about "Directory Submission" ?
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: jasminecreed on 06-09-2014, 23:41:50
If link building is dead, we would not be here. Basically, no more engagement, building resources and in need for strategy to boost website traffic. It's hard for us to say its dead because if that's true, everything will end up as paid space for search engine. But, as much as there is a demand for search result ranking, link building will last.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: quocbinh on 06-10-2014, 07:22:08
I think Linkbuilding Is Alive, it help you connect with your customers. And Increase Trust Rank For You Site. I think nofollow and dofollow from facebook, twitter, G+ is good for your site.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: heris charles on 08-20-2014, 00:08:41
It is true that Google is starting to crаck down on link building. The problem is that it has a broad definition of artificial links, and if you have a large number of these links, then it will negatively affect your ranking or in some cases penalize you sufficiently to take you off the list.

The good news for business owners, those of both small and large businesses, is that even with the changes to Google’s policy, link building is not actually dead. In fact, Google has admitted that itstill uses links to help rank itscontent when displaying search results. This simply means that you need to take the time to build new, quality links that won’t be viewed as artificial or spam.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: tailoredsolutions on 08-28-2014, 05:25:48
It is alive. You just need to work more smartly if you want a good and quality links. Search engines still considers back links as major part of ranking factor. A recent google webmaster video by Matt Cutts clearly mentioned it.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: stonewood on 08-29-2014, 05:38:05
Link Building is still alive. If you post your link on good quality site then it will certainly boost up your ranking. it provides traffic to your website.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: Emily Evans on 09-02-2014, 03:22:40
Link building is the Off Site SEO, it can't be dead!
Most of all ranking you get it is from link building.
So very weird news you know.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: nancyisabell on 09-02-2014, 07:38:32
Link building is alive and in future also alive, because of all website is link building.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: davidfleming on 10-11-2014, 03:50:26
Link building has been one of the most effective ways to build traffic going back to your website. Within the last several months, however, experts have started to point out that it may be a dying method of bringing in views.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: anupriya26 on 10-15-2014, 06:47:17
I have been hearing the same! Link Building is alive. But my question is in what sense?
Is there any new practice that could prove it?!
Because the very old submissions are about become extinct. So what's the future of link building behind these?
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: ManiQuadraIncorp on 10-15-2014, 11:19:47
Yes Link Building still Alive Only , Once using Quality content for your back-link Purpose.  Now days More useful for forum posting, Blog commenting and Article Submission only
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: DarrellPollock on 11-06-2014, 05:23:36
Link building can never be dead in the world of seo because 70% seo of a website is done with the help of link building.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: ashleydaniel on 11-06-2014, 05:27:53
Link building is still alive. But the place to to gain link matters a lot. Building links with high PR sites helps to boosts the traffic of the site.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: kaufenpreis on 11-13-2014, 15:54:39
It doesn't really matter whether or not he's dead. If Bush could prove he was dead, and that we were responsible, he certainly would take credit.

 But he is more useful to us alive. Whenever we have a war we have to have one villain to fight against, a face, a person to hate. In the first Iraq War it was Saddam. The president and Republican congressmen built him up as 'worse than Hitler', a man who had been our 'friend in the region' for years. In Afghanistan and even in the second Iraq war, Bin Laden served as the boogy man, the focus of our hate.

 In fact the Taliban even offered to give him up to us if Bush would promise them he'd get a fair trial in an international court. In the wake of 9/11, when all our allies were still our allies, he could have gotten a fair trial. But Bush didn't want to capture him and try him, he wanted to use him to justify an invasion.

 Today, every so often we get a tape supposedly from him. Th govt. insists it's him but experts disagree. He might have died -before- 9/11 for all it matters.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: manas on 11-15-2014, 00:10:54
Everything is alive my friends , just the strategies that  quite changed as search engine need to show better results  , however you need to read  some useful  methods of link building way .

i will say avoid create huge number of links with the specific key terms  and make something different think out of box , surely you will come to see very exclusive results .
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: terryward on 11-24-2014, 18:59:15
Link Building has never been dead. In fact, link building is one of the core of SEO. It is more appropriate to say that link building has evolved. SEO industry is developing fast and with all the updated and refresh in the algorithm, link building strategies has also evolved and improved. Before, what matters in link building is quatity but is has changed. Quality link building is now one important technique if you want your site to be visible in search engines.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: emilio on 11-30-2014, 04:20:41
Link Building has never been dead. In fact, link building is one of the core of SEO. It is more appropriate to say that link building has evolved. SEO industry is developing fast and with all the updated and refresh in the algorithm, link building strategies has also evolved and improved. Before, what matters in link building is quatity but is has changed. Quality link building is now one important technique if you want your site to be visible in search engines.

yes, completely agree with this statement!
but if you have quality backlinks, it's not enough, especially for some competitive keywords: needs some social media engagement, based on some good and fresh onpage content, because the content is what you promote eventually!
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: James_brown1 on 11-30-2014, 22:57:34
Link Building is still live and plays a vital role in SEO. But, the links that we create should be quality backlinks, i.e. they should be generated using high PR websites. Off page SEO techniques, mainly include the link building methods for generating traffic to the website.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: Monikasahu on 05-06-2015, 08:06:03
Link building can't be dead as it is the way to generate huge traffic for a website by spreading the info about that particular business running online.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: marinelee on 05-27-2015, 05:04:21
No, Link building is not dead, google has always emphasized on quality work for quality link building google updated its algorithm, By following these algorithms we can do link building and can get positive effect on our seo campaign. 
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: Sunainapaul11 on 07-03-2015, 02:31:34
Linkbuilding can't be dead. It is the soul of SEO. Without linkbuilding it won't be easy to promote any online business throughout the world. This is the most cheapest task that can be performed easily and can be used to spread the info of any business all over the world effortlessly as well.
Title: Re: Linkbuilding is Dead Or Still Alive ?
Post by: cwvps on 07-07-2015, 04:57:16
Well, the way I see it, every website is a bunch of links, so building links is a key to success. Google never wanted to count inorganic links, but it’s algorithms don’t work as well as they would like, so some marketers shortcut the ‘value add’ task of the job and just build unnatural links to a site which affects how a links based search engine, like Google, rates the popularity, and so ranking ability of a particular website.