/Paul Teitelman

About Paul Teitelman

I'm a SEO Manager here at Search Engine People and am a proud, self-proclaimed "link guy". My job in a nutshell? I'm responsible for ranking clients on the main search engines for their major keywords. When I'm not in front of my computers constantly testing and trying new link building techniques, I can be found up north at my cottage in Muskoka where I like to spend a lot of my time in the summer. I'm an AVID hockey fan (Go Leafs Go!), love to wakeboard and water-ski as well, but my main passion is definitely music and rocking out on the drums. Feel free to get to know me better by adding me on the major social media networks below.

Signals: What Relevancy Indicators are Search Engineers Watching for Today? SES Toronto Day 1

Seems befitting that one of the first sessions here at SES Toronto will focus on the future of search, and more specifically, what relevancy factors search engineers will need to look out for as the ever changing Google & other […]

By |June 8th, 2009|SEO|1 Comment

The Definitive Guide to Identify Nofollow & Juiceless Links

One of the most important factors of negotiating any link deal is to ensure that the link is both indexed and dofollow – thereby ensuring it actually passes "link juice" or link power. Time and time again, clients inquire about […]

By |May 21st, 2009|SEO|35 Comments

Top 25 Most Powerful Web Directories List

Traduction francaise: Liste des 25 Répertoires les Plus Puissants sur la Toile

So after getting a fair amount of feedback on my last series I decided it was finally time to offer a "Top 25 Most Powerful Web Directories" list. Now […]

By |November 4th, 2008|SEO|90 Comments

Link Building 101: The Power of Directories Part 3

This series has focused extensively on the power of directories for link building. So far, we've examined why they are so powerful in part 1 and then we looked at how to evaluate their potential power in part 2. This […]

By |October 21st, 2008|SEO|19 Comments

Link Building 101: How to Evaluate the Power of Directories

As previously mentioned in part 1 of this series, it's extremely important to be able to evaluate the power of a directory for link building. Especially when you consider that the power of a directory listing is much more complicated […]

By |October 7th, 2008|SEO|36 Comments

Link Building 101: The Power of Directories

Directory submissions are still one of the most powerful and safest link building strategies in existence. However, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find quality directories to submit too as many directories continue to get penalized by Google as I […]

By |September 23rd, 2008|SEO|23 Comments

The History of Paid Directories

Paid directories have historically been one of the best link building strategies for Search Engine Optimization. Back in the golden days of SEO, where it was much easier to manipulate Google for SERP’s, paid directories were thought of as being […]

By |September 9th, 2008|SEO|33 Comments

Cool Tools & Firefox Extensions for SEO Enthusiasts

There are so many free tools and software programs for SEO enthusiasts that it almost becomes overwhelming and difficult to grasp the "right" tools to use in your SEO efforts. Everyone has their own personal preferences which makes this predicament […]

By |July 22nd, 2008|SEO|36 Comments

The Power of Search Queries for Link Building: The Basics and Beyond Part 2

Now I know a lot of our readers are hyped for this post after I promised in Part 1 that I would reveal search queries that would help you find .edu and .gov backlinks as well as dofollow blogs that […]

By |July 15th, 2008|SEO|67 Comments

The Power of Search Queries for Link Building: The Basics and Beyond Part 1

In last week’s post I mentioned that good link builders had to consistently add new strategies to their link building mix. I was really surprised, however, to find out that a lot of people (especially clients) have very little knowledge […]

By |July 8th, 2008|SEO|30 Comments