TNW Creations, LLC. Multimedia Publishing

Web Design & Development

Austin, Texas

Are you hurting your SEO Rank with bad links?

Is Google ignoring your website? Are you 30,000 results away from the top? Or maybe you can't find your website in Google at all? 

 

Chances are you are not properly optimized. Many people think a website is all they need to be seen online. But Google will ignore websites that are not properly built, optimized for search engines, mobile friendly, etc. Much like a pretty house with no plumbing or electric, there might be a reason you don't have any traffic. Not sure if your site is up to code? Ask us for a free audit. 

If that is not your issue, it may be bad links. 

What are BAD Links and how can you avoid them? 

 

1. Never pay for back links
Buying and selling links is just poor form. And it will backfire. As desperate as you may feel, never buy or sell links to raise your ranking. Because your website visibility will suffer and that's the opposite of what you want. 


2. Too many links, Karen
You are excited, you have written a guest post for a baker's blog and you threw your links in that article like sprinkles on a cupcake. Only now Google sees that link as spam and won't be showing it in results. OOPS! 

 

3. "Wrong Crowd" Links

Sharing or promoting links in your articles that are not credible will bring down your reputation too. Remember how your Grandma always said, "you are who you hang out with?" No? Just mine then? Well, she was amazing so heed her advice. Never share links of websites, blogs, videos or social media that you aren't sure whether they share your standards or are credible. 

 

 

Still not certain why your website isn't visible in search engines or ranking too far down? Contact us!

Web Developer, Author, Publisher & Designer

I've been designing, programming, writing and publishing online since 1995. I've worn many hats throughout my life, but the common core of my career has always been media. Besides the portfolio you see on TNW Creations, my internet presence has been substantial for over 2 decades. In 1995, while still in college, I founded TNW Creations and became part of the grassroots development for teaching the Lakhota language online. By 2004, my bilingual work was listed on many sites, including National Geographic , Encarta and Touchstone Pictures Hidalgo. When I'm not designing and writing, you'll find me managing MagicStoryLand.Com, creating kid-friendly game & video content, posting salty articles about cyber threats and SEO, leading Girl Scouts, moderating UnifyLife.Org and enjoying my  community, church & family.