No matter what Google does to its algorithms, quality one way backlinks will always be helpful. Backlinks help increase your pagerank and get free traffic to your website. After quality content they are the most important aspect of SEO. Want to learn how to get backlinks to your site? Read on! While not every strategy […]
Thanks to Google’s Andrey Lipattsev, we now know what the top 3 Google SEO ranking factors are: 1a. Links that point to your site (aka backlinks) 1b. Links that point to your content (aka keywords on your own site linked to other parts of your site) 2. RankBrain They had always been coy about #1a and […]
We provide keyword research and complete content marketing strategies to many clients. We’re often asked what kind of results can be expected – what does good SEO look like? The image above shows 2 years of organic traffic growth for one of our clients. In case you’re wondering, organic traffic is people who visit your site after searching for something […]
This is a tutorial on how to speed up a WordPress website in about 5 minutes. It’s not meant to be deep, intricate or comprehensive. You won’t need to login to your host to edit any configuration files. Think of it as Level 1 performance tuning that anyone running a WordPress website can do. For Level 2 […]
Try a simple test – think of something you need more information on, search for it in Google and click on a link that looks like it will have the answers for you. On that website, how long does it take you to find the information you’re looking for? Is it quick and easy or […]
Here are a bunch of sites I’ve bookmarked for SEO linkbuilding purposes. No matter what your business is, you should be able to find at least 10 sites to get backlinks here. Hope it helps! Sections User Rating Review Sites Local Listing Sites Web App Directories Infographic Submission Sites Template Submission Sites Social Profile Sites […]
Sharing a link is common in today’s internet – everyone using a social network does it. It’s nice to know how to shorten a URL for sharing on social networks (especially for those that don’t shorten them automatically).
For folks with online businesses or those marketing their businesses on the internet, it’s very useful to track how your shared links are performing. Seeing what works and what doesn’t helps us to get our message out more effectively.
Many developers have found themselves in this position before – you’re building a website for a client who is switching to a new host. The idea is the install the new site on the new server, than change the nameservers in DNS and VOILA! In 12-48 hours most people in the world will be directed […]