2What is ethical SEO? This term should be taken lightly Definitions varies from company to companyEthical to do SEO for sweatshops company?Is Google Ethical?Youtube $100M Lawsuits, Ebook Scanning, Warez, etc.Best practices are constantly evolvingSo where does this leaves us?
3"Treat The Other Like You'd Like to Be Treated." What is ethical SEO? To me being ethical means having some respect for the website owners who are 'allowing' you to get backlinks from them. "Treat The Other Like You'd Like to Be Treated."
4Example of 'Ethical' SEO on my Blog Good way to place your backlinks(always gets approved)Bad way to place your backlinks(stays in spam folder)
5More examples from Academia.edu Good way to place your backlinksValuable + well written content
6More examples from Academia.edu Bad way to place your backlinksPoor + Keyword Stuffed + unreadable content
7Conclusion: Respectful SEO DOPut yourself in the shoes of the website owner Strive to add valuable well-written contentVary your sourcesDON'TPut keywords in blog comments unless allowed by the ownerAbuse a link source (e.g. spam it to death)
8How to Find .edu Blogs & Forums edu. SEO MASTERY End of Chapter 1: Ethical BacklinkingTOMORROW: How to Find .edu Blogs & Forumsby bertranddo.com
10Introduction .EDU backlinks should be part of your SEO Strategy Avoid buying packets as they are often sold to 1000sI do not use .EDU forum commenting anymoreFocus is now on my EDU blogs and blog commentingSearch strings will provide you with an infinite source of backlinks, for FREEHere we will focus on teaching you how the main search strings work, I will send all my search strings by PDF tomw
11Tools I use SEO Quake (extension for Chrome or Firefox) SEO Quake (extension for Chrome or Firefox)Google Search OptionsAllow at least 50 results on your pageSort by date and time for the most recent sources
12Search Strings site:.edu inurl:blog site:.edu inurl:blog intitle:dog training ~dog trainingsite:.edu "Powered by BlogEngine/Wordpress"site:.edu inurl:blog "disqus""leave comment" or "post a comment"-"comments closed" // -"you must be logged in"site:.edu intitle:dog training "leave a comment" | "leave a post" | "leave a reply"-"comments off" | -"comments are closed"