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Big budget Link Building: Advanced Analysis

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Rand Fishkin's presentation for the face-off against Distilled's Will Critchlow in London at PRO Training 2010.

Rand Fishkin's presentation for the face-off against Distilled's Will Critchlow in London at PRO Training 2010.

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  • 1. Big Budget Link Building:The Brains
    Rand Fishkin, CEO & Co-founder, SEOmoz
    October 2010
  • 2. Part I:Don’t Just Outspend, Outthink
  • 3. Reverse Engineering the Rankingsin 6 Steps
  • 4. Step #1:Assemble the Algorithm’s Components
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  • 12. Step #2:Apply to a Single Search Query
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  • 19. Step #3:Repeat on the 100s (or 1000s) of Queries You Care About
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  • 21. http://www.majesticseo.com/support/subscriptions/enterprise-api
    http://www.seomoz.org/api
    http://home.zhiwei.li/pagerank/
    http://www.backtype.com/developers
    Use APIs + Rank Checking to Automatically Retrieve Data
  • 22. Step #4:Build a Ranking Model for Your Queries
  • 23. Simple Version:
    http://www.seomoz.org/labs_tools/online-regression/
  • 24. Linear Predictive Model:
  • 25. Advanced Version: Machine Learning
    http://www.seomoz.org/blog/googles-algorithm-pretty-charts-math-stuff
  • 26. Step #5:Create a Scoring System for Comparative Analysis
  • 27. The scores should be representative of their weight in the model to give a visual sense of what’s necessary to win top rankings.
  • 28. Step #6:Build the Acquisition Plan
  • 29. It’s Will’s job to show you how
  • 30. Part II:Stop Competing. Start Owning.
  • 31. Why are there Billions of Searches?
    Billions of Queries
  • 32. via ~diP on Flickr
    How is Demand Created?
  • 33. Inherent Need
    via dimnikolov on Flickr
  • 34. AD-FUELEDDEMAND
    Advertising $300 Billion
    Online Advertising $24 Billion
    Search Ads $10.7 Billion
    Via Interactive Advertising Bureau 2010
  • 35. You Can Cater to Demand
    via lumierefl on Flickr
  • 36. Or…
    You Can Create Demand
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  • 40. A Case Study in“Making the Market”
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  • 43. DON’T CALL IT “SEO.”
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    2750
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    Sep-10
  • 53. That’s how you beat Wikipedia & Amazon!
  • 54. This Presentation
    (including the Excel worksheet)
    is on the Web at:
    www.seomoz.org/dp/london2010