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Content Marketing tip: Look at tables

One common content marketing challenge is feeling you have nothing to write about. One tip I’ve learned, go to Google and type: [your keyword] filetype:pdf “table of contents” You’ll be met with a bunch of assets that you can use for inspiration. Get inspired by them.   Or, if you would like your content to…

Less known SEO tools: Keyworddit

Reddit’s traffic is very underestimated, and I remember that everytime I see Reddit in the top 20-50 most visited sites lists for almost every country I study. But the thing is when forums died discussions moved over to Reddit. So many subreddits now have hundreds of thousands of followers. Millions of posts. That’s a lot…

SEO Pro tip for meta descriptions

Something less known and discussed when in comes to meta descriptions: Don’t include double quotation marks (“…”) in them. Google’s search engines understand double quotation marks as HTML code and this can result in your meta description becoming truncated at the first quote mark, meaning the search engines will cut off the end of the…

International SEO tactic for artists

One of my favorite tool these days is KeywordsEverywhere. It’s an add-on with both a free and a paid version that every time you watch YouTube clips shows you the tags that were used for those clips. That’s how I accidentally stumbled upon tags like the ones in the image bellow, which I found to…

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Three Columns & Image on Top

Content Marketing tip: Look at tables

One common content marketing challenge is feeling you have nothing to write about. One tip I’ve learned, go to Google and type: [your keyword] filetype:pdf “table of contents” You’ll be met with a bunch of assets that you can use for inspiration. Get inspired by them.   Or, if you would like your content to…

Less known SEO tools: Keyworddit

Reddit’s traffic is very underestimated, and I remember that everytime I see Reddit in the top 20-50 most visited sites lists for almost every country I study. But the thing is when forums died discussions moved over to Reddit. So many subreddits now have hundreds of thousands of followers. Millions of posts. That’s a lot…

SEO Pro tip for meta descriptions

Something less known and discussed when in comes to meta descriptions: Don’t include double quotation marks (“…”) in them. Google’s search engines understand double quotation marks as HTML code and this can result in your meta description becoming truncated at the first quote mark, meaning the search engines will cut off the end of the…

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Two Columns & Image on Top + Post Date

Content Marketing tip: Look at tables

One common content marketing challenge is feeling you have nothing to write about. One tip I’ve learned, go to Google and type: [your keyword] filetype:pdf “table of contents” You’ll be met with a bunch of assets that you can use for inspiration. Get inspired by them.   Or, if you would like your content to…

Less known SEO tools: Keyworddit

Reddit’s traffic is very underestimated, and I remember that everytime I see Reddit in the top 20-50 most visited sites lists for almost every country I study. But the thing is when forums died discussions moved over to Reddit. So many subreddits now have hundreds of thousands of followers. Millions of posts. That’s a lot…

One Column & Image on Top + Post Date + Link Button

Content Marketing tip: Look at tables

One common content marketing challenge is feeling you have nothing to write about. One tip I’ve learned, go to Google and type: [your keyword] filetype:pdf “table of contents” You’ll be met with a bunch of assets that you can use for inspiration. Get inspired by them.   Or, if you would like your content to…

Image on Left + Random Posts

You can choose how your posts will appear, sorted by date, custom, random, and other types… you choose.

Link building: The Flippa method of finding great links sources

This is one of the first very creative methods of finding great link sources I stumbled upon and I have…

SEO Trivia: “The story of backlinks”

Once upon a time two of the nerds at Stanford were not satisfied with the current options for…

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Masonry Blog Posts

The odd SEO factor you should be focusing on

SEO people talk about RankBrain, but let’s talk a little about how the actual brain actually works. More exactly about how our brains work when we search through it for some information we need, such as “where did I leave my keys”? or “how was that movie called”? No matter what the popular Napoleon Hill’s…

Are you making this Facebook Ads mistake?

Another great tip I found in Neil Patel’s latest posts is one related to Facebook ads which I think 90% of marketers do. If you haven’t changed the default settings on Facebook, you’re probably running your ads 24 hours a day. While this can be great if you’re targeting international Facebook users around the globe,…

Link building: Advanced search operators

Search operators come in handy in SEO for many reasons: Whenever optimizing a new site from a new vertical they are the easiest way to find the relevant websites where your site should be promoted on. [keyword] blog list [keyword] news [keyword] forum [keyword] “guest post” [keyword] “roundup” [keyword] resources” The same when having to…

SEO Trivia: “The story of backlinks”

Once upon a time two of the nerds at Stanford were not satisfied with the current options for searching online, so they attempted to develop a better way. Being long-time academics, they eventually decided to take the way academic papers were organized and apply that to webpages. A quick and fairly objective way to judge…

Don’t ignore this effective marketing channel

Don’t ignore the most effective marketing channel. What channel inspires purchases at the highest rate? The answer isn’t search marketing, direct marketing, or social media marketing. It’s email marketing. There’s a science to optimizing it that most small businesses tend to ignore. You want to send the right email messages, to the right people, at…

Less known SEO tools: Keyworddit

Reddit’s traffic is very underestimated, and I remember that everytime I see Reddit in the top 20-50 most visited sites lists for almost every country I study. But the thing is when forums died discussions moved over to Reddit. So many subreddits now have hundreds of thousands of followers. Millions of posts. That’s a lot…

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