Link Love – December 2013

Each month I share some link love by revealing my favourite news, reviews and articles that I've read this month, across the SEO and Internet Marketing spectrum.

There is a lot of noise out there in the Social Media and the blogging world, so this feature will include only the best content 🙂

If there is a piece of content you think is worthy of some link love, let me know in the comments and it may be included next month.

December Link Love

SEO and Link Building

Check out what 27 experts have to say about linkbuilding in 2014.

We are finally seeing a reduction in Google authorship results in the SERPS.

If you practice Tiered Link Building you will want to read the thoughts of Jacob King, Matt Woodward and Charles Floate

Content and Blogging

Any regular blogger will know that an idea ‘dry patch' is inevitable. If you are looking for ways to generate content ideas then this article has it covered.

This article follows on nicely with some unusual ideas for content creation.

Social Media

Here's why you should be using Pinterest as part of your business strategy.

I found this guide very useful as I get to grips with Google+.

Do you Tweet your blog posts only once? This article gives us the lowdown on why you should share you content more than once.


Hitreach share the 7 outsourcing fundamentals.

Think you're too busy? Have a read of this and stop complaining 🙂


Got a non paying client, here is  a novel way of asking for payment.

Just for laughs, check out this awesome 404 page and I thought I would include a funny video too;

Last of all there was a great 2013 roundup of great content via the GodofSEO blog.

Is there anything you think I've missed that is worthy of some link love? Let me know in the comments.

Lewis Ogden

Lewis was able to take his hobby of building websites and turn it into a blueprint that enables him to build, rank and profit from niche websites. As a result of his niche site success, he now makes a full-time 5-figure income and even managed to quit his 9-5 job back in early 2015 all driven by his knowledge that he shares here on this blog.