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Search Intent in Keyword Research

Do you select keywords based only on the amount of monthly searches and if they have anything to do with your niche? Chances are, you’re shooting yourself in the foot because you don’t take into account a very crucial aspect of keyword research. What exactly or most likely does the searcher that uses your keyword…

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WordPress Blog from Your iPhone

How to Run a WordPress Blog from Your iPhone (early bird)

Would you like to get to know how to run your WordPress blog right from your iPhone? If that’s the case, I got pretty good news for you. Thing is, I’m currently working on a brand new video course entitled How to Run a WordPress Blog from Your iPhone. The course will address pretty much…

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Paradox SEO Platform Review

The other day I had a chance to check out a brand new SEO tool called Paradox SEO. I should say it’s a really interesting new player on the block. It has tons of metrics and suggestions for your site, but I’d like to highlight only those that really kick butt.

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Easy Table WordPress plugin

How to Add a Neat Table in WordPress

Do you sometimes need to use a table in WordPress but it’s too tedious, daunting and just useless to create one with plain HTML? You know that messing with HTML is really time consuming and your own custom table won’t look that good anyway? This post offers you a super easy step-by-step tutorial and a video…

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Squarespace vs Wordpress SEO Review

Squarespace vs WordPress SEO Review

This article compares Squarespace vs WordPress when it comes to search engine optimization. In case you’re on the fence which way to go from an SEO standpoint, you’re in the right place because you’ll get to know all the pros and cons in the Squarespace vs WordPress situation. If you’re not familiar with Squarespace and WordPress,…

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How to Track Banner Ads with LinkAssistant

I already explained how you can monitor links with the help of LinkAssistant. Taking into account that Google is starting to punish for paid links even more, site owners are more willing to promote their sites with banner ads. Sure thing, you can nofollow a text link for just driving traffic to your site and…

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Country Domains and SEO

Country domains are very crucial for every company that wants to rank its site high enough in country specific search results. Thing is, Google often prioritizes sites that are optimized for local search results. Using a country domain name emphasizes that your company and brand are relevant to that particular location and serious about doing…

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SEO Friendly URLs

SEO Friendly URLs for WordPress

One of the crucial things that you need to do for on-page SEO is to use your keyword in the url of your page. WordPress makes it really easy. You just need to make sure that your WordPress uses SEO friendly URLs instead of just a bunch of all sorts of characters that look like…

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Video SEO Ultimate Guide

In our day and age, people take it for granted that you should have a video on your site. Most startups that emerge now have explainer videos on their homepages. Plus many bloggers create all sorts of video tutorials that show either how to work with their products or services. Google really likes pages with…

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How to Enable the Associated Website Annotations Feature

This post explains how to enable the Associated Sites feature for your channel. Back in the day, you could not assign links to external sites from your YouTube videos. Now you can do it with the help of the Associated Website Annotations feature. Though you still can’t assign a link to ANY site, you…

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Correct Grammar and SEO

Does correct grammar help your SEO rankings or not? Since the major search engines primarily base their rankings on text-related data, it would make sense that Google uses grammar as one of its 200+ ranking factors. However, this is actually not the case. So, should content marketers take the time to follow grammar rules for…

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How to Optimize Images Like a Pro

This post is going to explain how to optimize images before you upload them to your WordPress dashboard and what you’re supposed to do after that. You may be tempted to just click the Add Media button in your WordPress and use your images as is. It’s a total no-no guys. Problem is, doing so…

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Bulk PR Checker

Bulk PR Checker??? Yeah, I know that PR is not a primal SEO metric anymore, but you still may need to check it from time to time. You may use it if you get an email from an SEO who offers you cheap links on high PR sites, blah-blah-blah … Sure thing, it’s Ok to…

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What the New MozBar Brings to the Table

If you’re a serious SEO guy (in the best sense of the word), you totally need the new MozBar. In case you have it installed on your browser, you should have the newest version because it automatically updates which is a good thing in this case. Though some features are available to paid subscribers only,…

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How to Check Links Manually

You may be like,” Why check links manually?” It goes without saying that you need to automate whenever possible if it does not jeopardize your link profile and online reputation. That said, you still need to do some stuff manually. For example, check links pointing to your site from third party ones. It may even…

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