Twitter | Search | |
Lisa Myers
CEO & Founder of Award Winning SEO Agency . BIMA100 - CEO & Leaders 2017, Founder Conference Speaker. Business Mentor. Mum. Original.
7,990
Tweets
1,372
Following
19,355
Followers
Tweets
Lisa Myers May 22
Replying to @pagesauce
wow! 96% is huge, but totally believable. The 47% I got from a study done a couple of years ago. Would be interesting to do it again.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 22
Replying to @ShubhDavey
Or the other way around, it doesn’t matter how good your content, or even product is, if you don’t have the link authority to rank highly.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Replying to @organicrankings
Yep there are a lot of factors I don’t mention here. Kinda of hard getting a 1 hour talk into 1 tweet. And no it’s not about quantity unless you mean quantity of quality. And if so. Sure.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Replying to @MalteLandwehr
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Replying to @theredrocket
Hurting the site when paying for the links on a blog. As it’s against the Google guidelines. It doesn’t actually matter whether you would pay for a link, it’s whether the s blog sells links openly. 47% of travel blogs sell links for example.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Sure. A lot of them do. I concentrated on building my agency. Which I sold to Omnicom in 2017.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
The WINNERS of the 2 FREE tickets to on the 7th June is and Please DM me and I will get you details of how to get the tickets! See you there!
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
gah! Sorry Glen. Will have it fixed.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
sorry mate, we are working on another version that is easier to use, gah :/ cc
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Replying to @davidorozco
oh no, sorry about that. Will look at what happened there.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Replying to @24hrtranslation
any blog that is on the main domain of a high authority site. LonelyPlanet for example
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Thank you for having me @seosmary and Here's a link to some case studies and a presentation I did on Measuring the Value of links
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
The LinkScore tool uses loads of different metrics (including things like TrustFlow, Relevancy, Language and many more).
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
A lot of people do that unfortunately. In that case its totally up to you, but if you do it in hope of increasing rankings it's probably not worth it still, but loads of other value of course (traffic, social etc)
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
If you PAY to write that guest post than yes I am saying you shouldn't. If you don't pay but they sell links, then also you shouldn't. But if neither is true I would say unless it's a very high authority blog it's unlikely it will do anything for rankings.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
A5) We are BIG fans of also Buzzsumo, Gorkana, Majestic and Ahref. And of course our LinkScore tool
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
Also you are likely to NEED hundreds, if not thousands of links from Blogs in order to increase rankings for competitive keywords. While going for the highest authority links in your sector will likely do more with a handful.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
I also have the unpopular opinion that it is rather fruitless to do blogger outreach, in fact I believe it can HURT your site. For example 47% of Travel bloggers charge for links, it is very risky to get a link from those blogs even if they don't charge you.
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
most likely HURT
Reply Retweet Like
Lisa Myers May 21
It depends on the industry. I don't think any high authority links comes easy. If you're in travel I would say it is worth targeting the tourist boards, they are usually open to linking to great content. Sorry its difficult to compress in a tweet :)
Reply Retweet Like