Link Building Pet Peeves That Drive Me Bananas

Apr 22, 2010   //   by Kaila Strong   //   link building, SEO Blog  //  90 Comments

As someone who is an avid link builder and search engine marketer, I spend half my day completely annoyed, wanting to pull all my eyelashes out. So many inexperienced link builders, more like spammers (just sayin), don’t know how to properly build links. Let’s go through a few of my link building pet peeves:

Comments

Dropping a link in a comment isn’t anything new, but what I hate most is when someone tries to drop dozens of links in one comment that don’t even apply to the post or site. Likely they’re comments placed by bots, but still. Come on people: linking to free porn videos on an eco-friendly blog 32 times is not going to do much for you. You really think you’re fooling anyone, especially a company worth billions like Google?

ESL Link Requests

“Dear Sirs, your site I find good. I like to procure link on site. Pay you for link. Thank you.” Wow, original right? Many are opposed to actually sending out link requests or paying for links, although they likely do it themselves. Whichever way you fall, it’s important to sound real and like you actually speak English when contacting sites and letting them know about a link you’d like to obtain on their site. Or heck, not even asking: just telling them about a great resource you found and letting them see for themselves whether or not it’s a great resource.

Outrageous Link Request Responses

“Why thank you for the link request. It’s people like you who degrade the internet and make it a hotbed for spammers. Go to hell you ***%#*@* *#$%^*&.” OR “Great resource you sent us. While we would like to link to your great content on our PR1 domain with 300 subscribers, it will cost you $1,000 a month. Our advertisers like our packages and we only place links on our site if you pay for them [up the nose].” There are always people on both ends of the spectrum, as is the case with link building. Those that hate link requests and proceed to tell you that you are the scum of the earth, or others who are trying to profit from something without actually understanding the value.

Hidden Anything

I wish I had a penny for every time I came across a site with hidden links, text or heading tags, or heck a hidden site! What were they thinking? Hiding anything from a visitor is just plain silly. Search engines can see it, so why on earth would you hide it from view? I know there are some components to a site that you want to hide, but text? Links? Headings? So annoying!

Link and Keyword Stuffing

Nothing grinds my gears more than seeing a page that is stuffed fuller than a turkey at Thanksgiving with juicy, delightful….links and keywords. “Keyword, link, keyword, filler text, keyword, link”. Not user friendly, and it makes my eyes hurt.

Massive Internal Links

Recently, I had a new client approach us to do some onsite SEO work. They literally had over 4,000 internal links to their homepage, many of which were linking using the words ‘click here’. And guess what? They weren’t even an eCommerce site! Ugh, talk about driving you crazy. But wowsas did their rankings increase when we fixed up their onsite issues.

What are some of the link building or SEO tactics you see that just grind your gears?

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  • Blog Tips says:

    LOL. Anyway, “Dear Kaila, your article I find good. Thank you.” Love the intro, don't you?

    Hmmmmm, why don't people get it that a few of the right links, from the right places are more valuable than getting 100 links from the wrong places.

    Yan
    .-= Blog Tips´s last blog ..Google Adsense Account Disabled? What’s Your Alternatives? =-.

  • Blog Tips says:

    LOL. Anyway, “Dear Kaila, your article I find good. Thank you.” Love the intro, don’t you?

    Hmmmmm, why don’t people get it that a few of the right links, from the right places are more valuable than getting 100 links from the wrong places.

    Yan
    .-= Blog Tips´s last blog ..Google Adsense Account Disabled? What’s Your Alternatives? =-.

  • Kaila Strong says:

    Agreed! The recurring theme seems to be greed and laziness right? If only people would realize slow and steady wins the race. :)

    • Blog Tips says:

      Absolutely. It's a matter of quality vs quantity as far as SEO is concerned.
      .-= Blog Tips´s last blog ..Google Adsense Account Disabled? What’s Your Alternatives? =-.

  • Kaila Strong says:

    Agreed! The recurring theme seems to be greed and laziness right? If only people would realize slow and steady wins the race. :)

    • Blog Tips says:

      Absolutely. It's a matter of quality vs quantity as far as SEO is concerned.
      .-= Blog Tips´s last blog ..Google Adsense Account Disabled? What’s Your Alternatives? =-.

  • Kristi Hines
    Twitter:
    says:

    Comments – I "love" the ones where there is a full on story from the pages of Penthouse peppered with every other sentence is a link. I really would like to know where these people successfully are able to post these.

    Outrageous Responses – I decided to take the higher road with foul mouthed replies and explain to them what the purpose of my link request, how I found them, and why I thought it was relevant (in one case in particular, the guy had several competitor links in his resources page anyway). I never got the link, but one time I got an apology because the guy felt bad realizing there was a human on the other end of the email and it wasn't just a spam bot.

    Link Stuffing – The footer links. Got to love the footer links on sites where you think there are just a ton of pages of information, but it is really 20 keywords pointing to about 3 separate pages.

    Great post!
    .-= Kristi Hines´s last blog ..Top 5 Social Media No-No’s To Get Away From =-.

  • Kristi Hines
    Twitter:
    says:

    Comments – I "love" the ones where there is a full on story from the pages of Penthouse peppered with every other sentence is a link. I really would like to know where these people successfully are able to post these.

    Outrageous Responses – I decided to take the higher road with foul mouthed replies and explain to them what the purpose of my link request, how I found them, and why I thought it was relevant (in one case in particular, the guy had several competitor links in his resources page anyway). I never got the link, but one time I got an apology because the guy felt bad realizing there was a human on the other end of the email and it wasn't just a spam bot.

    Link Stuffing – The footer links. Got to love the footer links on sites where you think there are just a ton of pages of information, but it is really 20 keywords pointing to about 3 separate pages.

    Great post!
    .-= Kristi Hines´s last blog ..Top 5 Social Media No-No’s To Get Away From =-.

  • Annette says:

    Ah the joys of link building. I'm loving this post Kaila!

    I cannot stand the 3-way link exchange requests that are written in a way to lead you to believe that your link will be displayed on a high PR or highly related website. You post the link and then in return they give you a link back on a crappy web directory that the Google crawlers find repulsive. I did a lot of those when I was a novice linker. Now I just ignore those requests.
    .-= Annette´s last blog ..Conan O’Brien Website Features Twitter Fan Wall =-.

  • Annette says:

    Ah the joys of link building. I'm loving this post Kaila!

    I cannot stand the 3-way link exchange requests that are written in a way to lead you to believe that your link will be displayed on a high PR or highly related website. You post the link and then in return they give you a link back on a crappy web directory that the Google crawlers find repulsive. I did a lot of those when I was a novice linker. Now I just ignore those requests.
    .-= Annette´s last blog ..Conan O’Brien Website Features Twitter Fan Wall =-.

  • Gerald Weber
    Twitter:
    says:

    Kaila,

    First off thanks for taking the time to put together this guest post. You have a great sense of humor in your writing style. ;-)

    OK my biggest link building pet peeves.

    A. The Person sending the request has very little understanding of the English language.

    B. The request is for a reciprocal link.

    C. The site they want me to link to is in no way related to my site or industry of the site they are making the link request for. Completely unrelated and irrelevant.

    Funny thing A, B and C many times all happen at the same time.

    This totally grinds my gears! LOL;-)

    Update: I found this ridiculous link request that meets at least the B and C requirements above.

    Dear Webmaster,

    As a part of an ongoing campaign to increase the link popularity of our website, we are looking for good potential sites like your site http://www.sem-group.net, which has a theme relevant to ours. We are interested in swapping links with you.

    Please consider listing us here: http://sem-group.net/search-engine-optimization-b… Our text link info is:

    Title: Promotional Vehicles

    Description: Over 20 years experience in building promotional vehicles such as exhibit trailers, hospitality trailers, kitchen trailers, goose-neck trailers and more.

    URL: www dot mydumbasssite dot com

    Once you place our link on your website, your link will be added in the best category here: www dot.mydumbasssite dot com/resources/index.html

    Thank you very much for your time and I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    A couple of thoughts.

    1. Wow how did he know my name was Webmaster?

    2. Wowsa! I could have a reciprocal link on his resources/index.html page?

    3. Got to love the "theme relevance".

    I'm sure if I had taken him up on his offer my ranking would certainly soar like an eagle into the stratosphere. ;-)

    • Kaila says:

      Haha that is hilarious! You just gotta assume that it's a computer generated type of e-mail request. How could a person be that completely off their rocker to think that your site is relevant to theirs? lol

  • Gerald Weber
    Twitter:
    says:

    Kaila,

    First off thanks for taking the time to put together this guest post. You have a great sense of humor in your writing style. ;-)

    OK my biggest link building pet peeves.

    A. The Person sending the request has very little understanding of the English language.

    B. The request is for a reciprocal link.

    C. The site they want me to link to is in no way related to my site or industry of the site they are making the link request for. Completely unrelated and irrelevant.

    Funny thing A, B and C many times all happen at the same time.

    This totally grinds my gears! LOL;-)

    Update: I found this ridiculous link request that meets at least the B and C requirements above.

    Dear Webmaster,

    As a part of an ongoing campaign to increase the link popularity of our website, we are looking for good potential sites like your site http://www.sem-group.net, which has a theme relevant to ours. We are interested in swapping links with you.

    Please consider listing us here: http://sem-group.net/search-engine-optimization-b… Our text link info is:

    Title: Promotional Vehicles

    Description: Over 20 years experience in building promotional vehicles such as exhibit trailers, hospitality trailers, kitchen trailers, goose-neck trailers and more.

    URL: www dot mydumbasssite dot com

    Once you place our link on your website, your link will be added in the best category here: www dot.mydumbasssite dot com/resources/index.html

    Thank you very much for your time and I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    A couple of thoughts.

    1. Wow how did he know my name was Webmaster?

    2. Wowsa! I could have a reciprocal link on his resources/index.html page?

    3. Got to love the "theme relevance".

    I'm sure if I had taken him up on his offer my ranking would certainly soar like an eagle into the stratosphere. ;-)

    • Kaila says:

      Haha that is hilarious! You just gotta assume that it’s a computer generated type of e-mail request. How could a person be that completely off their rocker to think that your site is relevant to theirs? lol

  • Sheree Motiska says:

    This is such a great post, thanks for putting it together. We all see this weird stuff and it's good to know we're never alone.

    As for what @the_gman said, I LOVE your writing style as well.

    Keep entertaining!

    Sheree
    .-= Sheree Motiska´s last blog ..10 Ways I’m Celebrating Earth Day =-.

  • Sheree Motiska says:

    This is such a great post, thanks for putting it together. We all see this weird stuff and it's good to know we're never alone.

    As for what @the_gman said, I LOVE your writing style as well.

    Keep entertaining!

    Sheree
    .-= Sheree Motiska´s last blog ..10 Ways I’m Celebrating Earth Day =-.

  • Tracy says:

    I love the people who are giving me the opportunity to basically post their press releases on my blog, which is in no way related to whatever the heck it is they do or make.

  • Tracy says:

    I love the people who are giving me the opportunity to basically post their press releases on my blog, which is in no way related to whatever the heck it is they do or make.

  • Cata says:

    How about spamming the hell out of popular platforms like Pligg, Drupal and so on?
    .-= Cata´s last blog ..How to Get the Most Data out of Your Keyword Research Efforts =-.

  • Cata says:

    How about spamming the hell out of popular platforms like Pligg, Drupal and so on?
    .-= Cata´s last blog ..How to Get the Most Data out of Your Keyword Research Efforts =-.

  • @cata they do that just because theyre not one of the 100 elite users of the site that band together to make each others posts popular… which is a form of spam in its own right

    @Tracy lol yeah i had one of those emails a few days ago. i replied saying id only post it if it was un biased, helpful and non commercial.
    .-= mark rushworth´s last blog ..I Spy Googles New Keyword Tool UI =-.

  • @cata they do that just because theyre not one of the 100 elite users of the site that band together to make each others posts popular… which is a form of spam in its own right

    @Tracy lol yeah i had one of those emails a few days ago. i replied saying id only post it if it was un biased, helpful and non commercial.
    .-= mark rushworth´s last blog ..I Spy Googles New Keyword Tool UI =-.

  • Jon Randall says:

    My favorite are "pay only" links from only directories. Nothing natural. That'll drive you bannanas.
    .-= Jon Randall´s last blog ..Navori Partner Nexgen Helps Deploy DS for Swiss Retailer =-.

    • Kaila says:

      Totally drives me bananas! Especially when I look at my clients backlinks and their previous SEO company only did paid directory links. Come on, no wonder your rankings are tanking! lol

  • Jon Randall says:

    My favorite are “pay only” links from only directories. Nothing natural. That’ll drive you bannanas.
    .-= Jon Randall´s last blog ..Navori Partner Nexgen Helps Deploy DS for Swiss Retailer =-.

    • Kaila says:

      Totally drives me bananas! Especially when I look at my clients backlinks and their previous SEO company only did paid directory links. Come on, no wonder your rankings are tanking! lol

  • yes, i have got those type of emails asking for links. People do not understand that link building is not that simple anymore. unrelated links, low authority links, paid looking links, spammy links etc. are likely not to add any value, rather it is more likely to do damage to your rankings,

    as you said, there is no point trying to fool search engines, so why try? why not do something constructive after all there are so many good ways to build links…

    • Kaila says:

      Exactly: sooooo many good ways to build links, from a variety of different sources, and many that just come naturally and organically. Thanks for your comment. :)

  • yes, i have got those type of emails asking for links. People do not understand that link building is not that simple anymore. unrelated links, low authority links, paid looking links, spammy links etc. are likely not to add any value, rather it is more likely to do damage to your rankings,

    as you said, there is no point trying to fool search engines, so why try? why not do something constructive after all there are so many good ways to build links…

    • Kaila says:

      Exactly: sooooo many good ways to build links, from a variety of different sources, and many that just come naturally and organically. Thanks for your comment. :)

  • Hesham
    Twitter:
    says:

    Nice post Kaila,

    The most annoying thing to me is when someone contact me from another niche asking for a link and offer me $10 lol! and I have to reply to them and say.. sorry I don't do it!

    The problem is they don't know where they are, or what blog they are visiting, they just copy and past requests to all "contact us" pages on the internet!

    Also I got annoyed when someone ask for link exchange! and I had to reply.. no, sorry I don't exchange links, but you know?! this works if you are accepting guest posts, I got a couple of posts from bloggers by replying to their requests and tell them about the best way to get a nice link from my blog!
    .-= Hesham @ FamousBloggers´s last blog ..MMO a Great Place to Submit Bookmarks =-.

    • Kaila says:

      Soooo agree with you! Those computer bot systems that request links are so scummy. I feel dirty just opening my email box to read it. ;)

      Replying and asking for legitimate content that will 1) bring traffic and value to your site and 2) can provide them a link is a GREAT way to get a nice juicy link, too bad many people are LAZY.

  • Hesham
    Twitter:
    says:

    Nice post Kaila,

    The most annoying thing to me is when someone contact me from another niche asking for a link and offer me $10 lol! and I have to reply to them and say.. sorry I don’t do it!

    The problem is they don’t know where they are, or what blog they are visiting, they just copy and past requests to all “contact us” pages on the internet!

    Also I got annoyed when someone ask for link exchange! and I had to reply.. no, sorry I don’t exchange links, but you know?! this works if you are accepting guest posts, I got a couple of posts from bloggers by replying to their requests and tell them about the best way to get a nice link from my blog!
    .-= Hesham @ FamousBloggers´s last blog ..MMO a Great Place to Submit Bookmarks =-.

    • Kaila says:

      Soooo agree with you! Those computer bot systems that request links are so scummy. I feel dirty just opening my email box to read it. ;)

      Replying and asking for legitimate content that will 1) bring traffic and value to your site and 2) can provide them a link is a GREAT way to get a nice juicy link, too bad many people are LAZY.

  • Anthony Onaf says:

    Nice post! This is no one's fault but technology, but what drives me bananas are contextual links in page content. Sure a few contextual links is fine, but if they could just get it right! I hate seeing words with no purpose to the content being linked. Example, I was reading a page the other day about dogs and in the article the writer mentioned the word "settlement", so you guessed it, the contextual technology linked to a legal firm using "settlement" as its anchor text. There was no relevance to what the page was actually about. There are hundreds (if not thousands) of other examples of contextual advertising follies.

    • Gerald Weber
      Twitter:
      says:

      Anthony,

      It drives me totally bananas too. Relevant contextual links that add value to the post are fine.

      However some blogs that are making some desperate attempt to make money I suppose, have advertisement contextual links in every other sentence. not only is this over the top ridiculous looking. It creates a bad user experience and makes the blog look more like a splog.

  • Anthony Onaf says:

    Nice post! This is no one’s fault but technology, but what drives me bananas are contextual links in page content. Sure a few contextual links is fine, but if they could just get it right! I hate seeing words with no purpose to the content being linked. Example, I was reading a page the other day about dogs and in the article the writer mentioned the word “settlement”, so you guessed it, the contextual technology linked to a legal firm using “settlement” as its anchor text. There was no relevance to what the page was actually about. There are hundreds (if not thousands) of other examples of contextual advertising follies.

    • Gerald Weber
      Twitter:
      says:

      Anthony,

      It drives me totally bananas too. Relevant contextual links that add value to the post are fine.

      However some blogs that are making some desperate attempt to make money I suppose, have advertisement contextual links in every other sentence. not only is this over the top ridiculous looking. It creates a bad user experience and makes the blog look more like a splog.

  • Richard says:

    For me, it has to be all of the inane comments. Fortunately, Akismet gets most of them but the ones that get through are sometimes so bogus and drive me nuts!
    .-= Richard´s last blog ..Gmail Outlook =-.

  • Richard says:

    For me, it has to be all of the inane comments. Fortunately, Akismet gets most of them but the ones that get through are sometimes so bogus and drive me nuts!
    .-= Richard´s last blog ..Gmail Outlook =-.

  • I know these stories intimately. I received about 10 or so requests for while in my publishing email account. I ignored them until I needed to learn about link trading. Now I study them for good content and check out the websites to see if they are a good fit or not. Some of these emails are well written while others seem like they were written by the folks that make the how-to manuals included with the Walmart toys.

    I no longer get peeved by the submissions now that I'm a link trader myself.
    .-= Dennis Francis´s last blog ..Tips To Giving Fantastic Grooms Speeches =-.

  • I know these stories intimately. I received about 10 or so requests for while in my publishing email account. I ignored them until I needed to learn about link trading. Now I study them for good content and check out the websites to see if they are a good fit or not. Some of these emails are well written while others seem like they were written by the folks that make the how-to manuals included with the Walmart toys.

    I no longer get peeved by the submissions now that I’m a link trader myself.
    .-= Dennis Francis´s last blog ..Tips To Giving Fantastic Grooms Speeches =-.

  • Vincent Goombatz says:

    "Nothing <a href rel="nofollow">grinds my gears more than seeing a page…"

    I.M.O. links in the middle of a sentence or paragraph can be annoying and disruptive if they don't link to a relevant article or web page.

    • Kaila says:

      This is very true….I suppose in my post I did exactly what I call out as annoying, lol. But I thought a little humor was nice. Don't you just love Family Guy?

  • Vincent Goombatz says:

    “Nothing grinds my gears more than seeing a page…”

    I.M.O. links in the middle of a sentence or paragraph can be annoying and disruptive if they don’t link to a relevant article or web page.

    • Kaila says:

      This is very true….I suppose in my post I did exactly what I call out as annoying, lol. But I thought a little humor was nice. Don’t you just love Family Guy?

  • Vincent Goombatz says:

    It's annoying to get the same cut & paste message from different Gmail addresses. What kind of 'reputable' seo company uses Gmail for?

  • Vincent Goombatz says:

    It’s annoying to get the same cut & paste message from different Gmail addresses. What kind of ‘reputable’ seo company uses Gmail for?

  • Vincent Goombatz says:

    Here's another one…

    When people who make numerous comments use a photo of a really hot chick for their avatar. I can almost guarantee clicking on that photo will link to some spammy site written in poor English grammar.

  • Vincent Goombatz says:

    Here’s another one…

    When people who make numerous comments use a photo of a really hot chick for their avatar. I can almost guarantee clicking on that photo will link to some spammy site written in poor English grammar.

  • Andy Nattan says:

    I find much good information you post…

    Eugh. Someone, somewhere must be approving links like that, otherwise the spammers would be trying a different tack. It just makes no sense to me. Are there people that desperate for approval that they'll publish "feedback" that they must at least assume comes from spam bots?

  • Andy Nattan says:

    I find much good information you post…

    Eugh. Someone, somewhere must be approving links like that, otherwise the spammers would be trying a different tack. It just makes no sense to me. Are there people that desperate for approval that they’ll publish “feedback” that they must at least assume comes from spam bots?

  • David Leonhardt
    Twitter:
    says:

    My favorite are the 3-way link exchange requests…

    "We want you to link to this awesome website we are promoting. If you do, we will be thrilled to return the favor by linking from one of these throw-away website that we are not promoting. This really is a great deal because we will benefit from everything you do to promote your site, but you will be spared the benefits of all the work we do promoting ours. See, a great deal, right?"
    .-= David Leonhardt´s last blog ..White Paper – why small business needs SEO =-.

  • David Leonhardt
    Twitter:
    says:

    My favorite are the 3-way link exchange requests…

    "We want you to link to this awesome website we are promoting. If you do, we will be thrilled to return the favor by linking from one of these throw-away website that we are not promoting. This really is a great deal because we will benefit from everything you do to promote your site, but you will be spared the benefits of all the work we do promoting ours. See, a great deal, right?"
    .-= David Leonhardt´s last blog ..White Paper – why small business needs SEO =-.

  • Link building is been for ages the most boring tedious activity in the life of any SEO. I think today is (or it may be) the most creative one! :)

  • Link building is been for ages the most boring tedious activity in the life of any SEO. I think today is (or it may be) the most creative one! :)

  • Spam emails drive me nuts…

    “hello we’re a professional website design company from India… would you like to outsource your work to us? or how about a link?”

    I get about 70 emails like this a day! Half by bots the other half by lazy people who shouldn’t be in business.

  • Spam emails drive me nuts…

    “hello we’re a professional website design company from India… would you like to outsource your work to us? or how about a link?”

    I get about 70 emails like this a day! Half by bots the other half by lazy people who shouldn’t be in business.

  • I'm reading this so I don't make the same mistakes — and I did just agree to a three-way. Gonna take that off my site real quick.

    You should make a game out of this – have a tournament to see who gets the most ridiculous requests!
    .-= Linda Reavill´s last blog ..May 11, Memory Escape Photo Book Review, Photo Book Printer, Photo book Software =-.

  • I'm reading this so I don't make the same mistakes — and I did just agree to a three-way. Gonna take that off my site real quick.

    You should make a game out of this – have a tournament to see who gets the most ridiculous requests!
    .-= Linda Reavill´s last blog ..May 11, Memory Escape Photo Book Review, Photo Book Printer, Photo book Software =-.

  • Ah, this post sooo speaks the truth. I think that even when spam comment posters try their best, you can still see the pathetic effort when they post something like: "Interesting info here.", while linking to a shoe sales site with their "name", "Mr. Shoe Store", while commenting on a post related to web development… I am just sorry for the hours they are wasting and I am glad for my wordpress spam filter who catches all of those with no mercy :)

    Regards, Iulian
    .-= Iulian Ionescu´s last blog ..14 More Best Stand Up Comedy Routines =-.

  • Ah, this post sooo speaks the truth. I think that even when spam comment posters try their best, you can still see the pathetic effort when they post something like: "Interesting info here.", while linking to a shoe sales site with their "name", "Mr. Shoe Store", while commenting on a post related to web development… I am just sorry for the hours they are wasting and I am glad for my wordpress spam filter who catches all of those with no mercy :)

    Regards, Iulian
    .-= Iulian Ionescu´s last blog ..14 More Best Stand Up Comedy Routines =-.

  • Phil says:

    I am sure that many of the link builders in market are not proper trained to build the links and they are called spammers when they apply unusual way to get the links…Link builder should be given complete taring about legitimate ways of building links, i think many of the links builder damage the web site instead getting it ranked or improving its ranking, but again it also depends on the company who assign them jobs for building these links

  • Phil says:

    I am sure that many of the link builders in market are not proper trained to build the links and they are called spammers when they apply unusual way to get the links…Link builder should be given complete taring about legitimate ways of building links, i think many of the links builder damage the web site instead getting it ranked or improving its ranking, but again it also depends on the company who assign them jobs for building these links

  • First off thanks for taking the time to put together this guest post.

    Read more: http://sem-group.net/search-engine-optimization-b

  • Ali says:

    Good information about SEO, and very valid information on how faster SEO works…
    seo sem services

  • eUKhost
    Twitter:
    says:

    In short, in this article whatever points are explained they are “Things not to do” (things which should be avoided when building backlinks). Hmm… Interesting article. @Kaila Do you have any suggestions on the Effective techniques to build quality backlinks for free? If yes, could you please share them by writing a new article?

  • L.J. says:

    It’s annoying when people get too aggressive and secretive with their affiliate links. “How do I get to that site?” “Just click the banner above!” “Where are your guest blogging instructions?” “It’s somewhere in my affiliate product review.” It’s annoying because it treats the reader like an idiot who can’t figure out that it’s a compensated link. It’d be better if they were more open about their relationship to the product they are promoting.