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Larry Kim rips apart some common myths about link-building that stubbornly won't go away.
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from amabaie 1476 Days ago #
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As I commented on the blog itself, I agree with 4.5 of these 5 mythbusters.  I still feel it is worth emailing webmasters in  avery taregted way when there are certain links one values above most others.



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from DanPatterson 1476 Days ago #
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I left a longer comment about this on the site, but I agree with David that you can still get great links from emailing site owners. The key is to not be a 'link beggar' but to actually provide a good reason for the link. An unconsidered resource, you found a problem with their site that you can help fix by updating an outdated resource, providing guest content, etc.



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from searchbrat 1475 Days ago #
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Yup, agree with emailing. Really depends in what context you are emailing them. If you have something genuine to offer, there is always scope to get a good link.



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