Do I Love guest blogging? Guest blogging is a very popular method of creating links. Guest posting is about publishing and writing article or a blog post on the website that doesn’t belong you. It can be a paid as well as an unpaid. The payment depends on the owner of the website. Mostly, if his website has already bulk contents and massive traffic, then he is certainly not looking for guest bloggers. The most important thing to remember is that links from low authority sites will do your own site no good; you want to give preference to the ones with higher authority. Also, context and relevance of links matter as usual. How to Start Guest Posting? Guest posting is an easy way to get exposure to new targeted readers for your blog. I have been blogging for a long time and experienced the benefits of guest blogging, but still, there are a lot of bloggers who don’t use guest blogging, perhaps many of them are not aware what exactly a guest post is. When bloggers write content … [Read more...] about What Is Perfect Guest Blogging Guidelines in SEO?
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The sole purpose of a private blog network (PBN) is to leverage the authority of multiple sites under your control to boost rankings and authority of your main site. You might be thinking: didn’t Google do away with private blog networks years ago? Didn’t they remove all the authority from PBNs? The simple answer is yes – for the most part. But the truth is even if Google removed 90% of all private blog networks, it still leaves tens of thousands of them surfacing on the web with authority. So, if these sites still have authority, that gives them the ability to manipulate almost anything on the search engine results page (SERP). Take for instance the search term “Best Business Credit Card” and do a quick Google search. Chances are, the site you see ranking is the Simple Dollar. Many SEOs would never think a creditable site like the Simple Dollar would ever purchase backlinks, let alone have someone building links to their pages from private blog networks … [Read more...] about How featured snippets can be manipulated by private blog networks
Creating a blog for a business is part of an overall content marketing strategy that simultaneously builds credibility, increases exposure and traffic, and increases conversion rates. But for your efforts to pay off, your blog content has to reach your intended audience. Here are some proven ways to get the most out of each blog post and fully enjoy the benefits of blogging. Use PluginsIf you're using the WordPress platform, the first thing to do is install a plugin like All In One SEO Pack or SEO Yoast. Both are free and highly effective ways to give your content an SEO boost. These two plugins differ in their specific features, but employ the same general concept. Basically, they streamline the on-site SEO process by generating automatic META tags, optimizing titles for each post, optimizing SEO descriptions, and more. Both are user-friendly and relatively easy to learn. By spending a few extra minutes to fill out the fields on these plugins, you can give your … [Read more...] about 9 SEO Blogging Tactics to Maximize Your Online Visibility
It’s back, the prospect that Microsoft might try to make Rupert Murdoch happy by offering a “get listed with Bing” exclusive deal. Later, I’ll revisit the topic in a coordinated fashion. But for now, I’ve collected a number of thoughts I’ve put out on Twitter, in blog comments and elsewhere. First, I’ll point readers back to my post from earlier this month, Why An Exclusive Wall Street Journal (or News Corp) Deal Wouldn’t Help Bing. I still suspect that News Corp’s most valuable news content of all its properties remains the Wall Street Journal. So what happens if the WSJ is out of Google? Nothing. Seriously, nothing. Remember, for years the WSJ was NOT in Google, and yet Google grew just fine. Also, the WSJ seems to have been fine. Neither is crucial to each other. What if all of News Corp goes? Well, what are we talking about? Shows like American Idol? I see a boon for unofficial sites with news about American Idol, if that … [Read more...] about Thoughts On A “Killer” Bing-News Corp Deal & The Myth Of An “OPEC For News”
These are content, links and RankBrain (although that last one is “hotly contested” and the list doesn’t have an order). This information was uncovered during an excellent live Q&A from WebPromo, which also featured Rand Fishkin from Moz; Ammon Johns, the Managing Director at Ammon Johns & Co.; Eric Enge, CEO at Stone Temple Consulting; and the whole thing was hosted by WebPromo’s Anton Shulke. We’ve partnered with Anton to bring you a transcript of the entire one-hour long Q&A. As you can imagine, it’s a very lengthy read. We have trimmed it for any repetition or digressions, but there was so much brilliant chat between the group that we’ve decided to keep it in its 7,000+ word form. The discussion covers: Removal of PageRank toolbar Click-through-rates as a ranking signal Google’s top ranking signals Machine learning vs spam The state of SEO outside of the US and Western Europe, New mobile friendly update Now set aside … [Read more...] about WebPromo’s Q&A with Google’s Andrey Lipattsev [transcript]