a4uspeakerI’m speaking at A4U next month on the topic of  Getting Authoritative mentions online. I have to say that this conference is one of the strongest on the circuit. Being targeted at the incredibly savvy affiliate community, it has to be! True, it’s stick out at the

London Excel conference center, but apart from that, it generally rocks!

I always TRY to give something out that very few people will have heard before. Now that I am also Marketing MajesticSEO, I have taken the chance to delve into it probably more than most. I recently did a link audit for a very powerful affiliate site and found a new way to find links. Since Lee McCoy is going to be getting ready for honeymoon, I thought it would be great to annoy him by sharing the technique when he wasn’t around. (I’d link to the Facebook thread that would have made that last sentence make sense… but can’t work out how!).

There are two reasonably well known link intersect tools out there. The original hubfinder tool and the new Moz one. I’ll talk about both of them, for sure – but I also think I’ve found a way to get a much larger list than both of them.

You can get 10% off the ticket price by using the promo code SPKD10.

Categories: SEO

5 Comments

Joe Connor · October 11, 2009 at 10:37 pm

Hi Dixon, really looking forward to catching up with you again at the Expo. We’ve got a link building swap shop running at the Expo which some of your readers might like to take advantage of.

Dixon · October 12, 2009 at 7:33 am

Hi Joe,
A linkswap party? 🙂 Sounds great! I probably owe you a drink after the fate of g4.ms… But I’m guessing I can do that at the Ignite party tonight, without having to shell out.

Dixon.

mark rushworth · February 5, 2010 at 12:59 pm

any news on this new technique?

Sarah · April 2, 2010 at 8:36 am

Hi,
Where can I find out more about this?
I googled ‘guaranteed links’ and came across this site.
Always looking for new link building methods.
Help?!

admin · April 2, 2010 at 10:48 am

Oh, sorry guys, should probably have linked to the follow up articles. The slides on the technique, called link reclamation, are at http://www.slideshare.net/mobile/Receptional/advanced-link-analysis and http://www.receptional.com/link-building/link-reclamation talks about the process if you want my agency to do it.

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