Review of the Point Blank SEO Link Building Course

I recently purchased the Point Blank SEO Link Building Course and highly I recommend it for anyone whose job involves building and earning links.

Jon Cooper is a bright young online marketer who also attends the University of Florida. He is the author of Point Blank SEO, one of the best blogs on the topic of search engine optimization. If you haven’t checked it out, you are missing out on a gold mine of online marketing ideas and actionable tips that can help you immediately.

Here are a few features of the link building course that make it worth exploring:

Continuous Improvement
Unlike eBooks that are written once and may become obsolete over time, this is a constantly updated set of resources that reflect the changes in the SEO industry and new tips that will be updated in the future.

Hundreds of Ideas for Building Links
The Link Strategies resource describes about 200 ways that you can build or earn links to your site so there is sure to be a few ideas that you haven’t thought of before and tactics that would be a good fit for your SEO strategy. There is a version of this resource on the Point Blank SEO blog but only the premium version will be updated with new ideas in the future.

The Best SEO Tools for Link Building
The course recommends over a dozen useful tools for link building and how to get value out of them. This is helpful for navigating the countless tools that are available and figuring out which are best for helping you get more links.

Specific Sites Where You Can Get Links
A continuously updated spreadsheet is provided that points to specific sites with link opportunities of different types such as niche directories or CSS galleries. This by itself is worth the price of admission since it could directly lead to at least a few links.

You can tell that a lot of work went into producing a great resource and the value of the course far exceeds the price of $67.

You can learn more about the Point Blank SEO Link Building Course at the website. (affiliate code)

Article by Charles Sipe, a marketing specialist from Seattle, Washington. Follow me on Twitter at @charlessipe.