Incoming Links Described by James Dillehay

James is a professional crafter and writer whom I first connected with at Twitter.  From there I connected with him through Craftsu and other sites.  Because of his handmade marketing expertise, I signed up for his Craftmarketer.com newsletter, and bought one of his ebooks.  In this article at Handmade Marketing.org he explains the concept of incoming links and the important practice of generating them: Tips From A Pro: Improve Your Shop Seo.

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2 responses to “Incoming Links Described by James Dillehay

  1. Becca, thank you for your nice comment. Do you have a website, blog or profile that I can visit, and maybe link with? I am thinking that you may be an indie crafter, writer, artist, photographer, etc.

  2. The ideas you’ve shared here are fantastic and no doubt so great and it may really improve the variety of individuals visiting your website.

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