This is just a quick look at basic SEO factors and how Digg screwed them up.
I am not going to get into complicated internal linking sturctures, or even discuss things like nofollow and robots.txt
Internet Marketing, Lead Acquisition, Online Business Strategy and Social Media with Original Opinion and Loads of Attitude
For some reason this keeps cropping up, and I thought I would write a small informative guide.
I know one major web 2.0 property that recently added rel=”dofollow” to links, and there is a massive site doing 40M+ visitors a month which last time I looked was using rel=”noindex”.
Then the way Google worded this might be of interest.
Using blog comments for the purpose of linkbuilding has risks.
The saying goes a license or contract has no teeth unless you enforce it.
I typically enforce my comment policy by simply deleting the comments, but I have a clause that specifically caters to SEO agencies spamming my comments whether for themselves or on behalf of clients.