What is a Link Roundup?
A link roundup is a collection of niche-specific blog posts that features insightful and valuable resources published by other bloggers. You can find these posts that are usually published on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis around particular topics virtually in every niche.
A link roundup must be a part of your overall white hat link building strategy and tactic. It helps your website to attract people that are well known in your industry.
Carefully crafted link roundup posts are crucial to establishing authority and trust among your industry.
How to find link roundup opportunities
Google search operators are one of the best ways to find a roundup post. You can use the following syntax to find link roundup opportunities:
inurl:roundup “best blog posts” “niche”
inurl:roundup “experts” “niche”
inurl:roundup “updates” “niche”
inurl:roundup “news” “niche”
inurl:roundup “month” “niche”
inurl:roundup “week” “niche”
To increase the relevance and adjust your search also with google search tool and set it to past month, past week or custom range etc.
Link Roundup: SEO and Digital Marketing
The year 2020
This post is written by James Brockbank MD of Digitaloft and published on SEMrush. He shows how you can create valuable content that curated to achieve a specific goal. He explains the 8 step template for creating a content strategy.
Heather Physioc is a Director, Discoverability at VMLY&R and she shares a very good approach in Moz’s Whiteboard Friday to implementing SEO recommendations based on building out a red tape toolkit.
Matt Cayless is an SEO Director Bubblegum Search he writes a post at Search Engine Watch in which he shares 3 on-page SEO techniques that really helpful to move the needle.
This article is written by Jenna Walter at imcgrupo.com where shares the benefits of having a mobile-optimized site.
Stephanie Newton shares a post in which she talks about the Apple Maps will soon launch its own native rating system. She also explains how it will help to reduce map spam.
Mark Walker-Ford is Director at Red Web Design and he is the Contributor at socialmediatoday.com. He shared technical SEO tips in the form of an Infographic.
Daniel Waisberg is the Search Advocate at Google, he now starting a new series about search console to give everyone a free resource.
This interesting post written by Megan Sell who is a digital content strategist and copy editor for SEOblog.com.