May 23, 2017
EP 226: Link Building Tips for 2017 w/Nicholas Chimonas
It has been nearly one year to the day when we last talked to Nicholas Chimonas, head of Technical SEO at Page One Power, on Edge of the Web. Last May, we had Nicholas Chimonas on the show to talk about the 2016 Link Building Survey he conducts for Moz.
This time on the show, however, we wanted to talk to Nicholas to talk about link building and the changes he’s seen happen in the past year. And the 2017 Link Building Survey is out and if you are in the marketing industry, you are able to fill out this survey!
Plus, we break down the latest updates from Google, Facebook, and recap this year’s Google I/O. All this week on Edge of the Web Radio!
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