Google has told people, again, to disclose relationships when advertising products. Why are people still doing it in 2016, and how can they fall in line?
Will Google be getting rid of links and rank sites based on factual content? It may happen in the near future, but it asks more questions than it answers…
More companies are getting caught trying to cheat search engines with paid links. Here’s why paid links hurt more people than your own search rankings.
Google has released Penguin 3.0, a refresh of its algorithm designed to combat spam and penalise sites that practise unethical link building for rankings.
An extortion group has been targeting people demanding money or they’ll be the victims of link spam. Google offer little help so what steps should you take?
Somebody has written content about you on the internet and neglected to put a link back to your site. Learn about link reclamation with Webpresence!
Was Google right to penalise MyBlogGuest and its community? Webpresence takes a look at the crucial difference between buying a link and earning one.
You may have five seconds maximum to pitch your press release to the media. How do you make them listen? Webpresence explains with some helpful PR tips.
Webpresence analyses Matt Cutts’ frustrations with guest blogging for backlinks, and finds solace in MoneySuperMarket’s creative content marketing strategy.
Guest blogging is still a great way to build links, but you need to listen to Google and use your own voice. Webpresence explains how to do it right.