WordPress Backup Made Easy

WordPress backup is of topmost importance even if you have no idea about it. Here’s why. You can lose all you’ve done with your blog any minute now. Thing is, you may be so gung ho about the whole blogging thing that you’re under the impression that everything that you added to your WordPress is…

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Keyword Monitoring and Other SEO Stuff with WebMeUp

Chances are, you’ll be flabbergasted by the SEO software that I’d like to talk about today. You may have been using all sorts of link tracking, competitor analysis, keyword monitoring and stuff like that software. Problem is, you still feel there’s something dead wrong with all that software or simply missing, right? Thing is, you…

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How to Remove Bad Links

As you probably know, lots of people are trying to remove bad links after the last Google algorithm update. Especially if we talk about links from private blog networks. You may want to do it as well. Chances are, that’s because you also got a warning message from Google in your Google Webmaster Tools account.…

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New Year Marketing That Will Rock Your World

Why designs for New Year marketing? Since we still live in a physical world as well, you may want to use all sorts of festive printed materials to promote your online products or services. You can do it with the help of postcards, party flyers and stuff like that. Sure thing, you can hire a…

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Christmas SEO and Designs You Need for it

Christmas is almost around the corner and it’s high time to think about what you can do in terms Christmas SEO to drive more traffic to your site. You can actually check what people tend to search for in this season. That done, you should create relevant content in order to obtain natural rankings in…

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Facebook WordPress Plugin: Open Graph in WordPress SEO

Use WordPress SEO by Yoast, but never had the chance to dive in the Facebook Open Graph feature that it offers? Luckily, you can just read the post and you’ll become a Facebook WordPress plugin guru. Well, at least when it comes to that feature in the WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin specifically 🙂 You…

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How to Monitor Backlinks with LinkAssistant

Though social networking factors are gradually gaining popularity in the world of SEO, links are still primal in keyword rankings. You just MUST monitor backlinks! You don’t want your links to get lost or get modified without your approval or even being in the know. This post explains how to keep track of your inbound…

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Installing Best SEO Plugins Service Launched

You know that WordPress is a great CMS for SEO and the best SEO plugins can drastically help you with ranking higher in search engines. The brutal reality is, you still need to install all the plugins. What’s more, they also don’t just get configured properly out of the box because every site is different…

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Guest Blog Posting Service Launched

If you’re not sure how to do SEO for your site after the last Google update, you may need to consider guest blog posting. It goes without saying, you don’t want the kind of guest posts that you can order on Fiverr.com or a similar site. Though you may be tempted by the fact that…

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Protecting Your Site from a DoS Attack

Online businesses put hours of hard work into maintaining websites. Building an e-commerce site is a significant undertaking that needs protection against hackers. A Denial of Service, or DoS, attack can cripple an e-commerce website, causing revenue losses that a small business may not be able to absorb. A DoS attack occurs when hackers flood…

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Search Engine Correlation Data as of 2013

I want to offer you a really interesting chart from Moz.com that gives amazing insights on the correlation data in today’s SEO. Though the items in the chart are not exactly ranking factors, they do have some connection and are common among sites that rank high in search results. As Edward Tufte puts it,”Correlation is…

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WordPress Performance Stats in Google Webmaster Tools

Once you set up your WordPress blog and it’s up and running, you need to keep track of your WordPress performance in terms of traffic and other SEO related issues. There are lots of free and paid SEO tools out there, but they just can’t beat Google Webmaster Tools because it’s run by Google and…

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How to Remove Date in WordPress

Got a hunch that the date of your post can turn away people from your totally amazing content that you created back in the day? You’re goddamn right! That’s why you need to remove date both from your WordPress posts and pages. This post tackles two ways of removing date from your WordPress content. One…

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Google Analytics WordPress Tips

Here’s why I decided to write these Google Analytics WordPress tips. Thing is, WordPress when used as a stand-alone solution does not have a built-in feature that allows you to monitor all sorts of data that may be useful in terms of SEO. If you just need basic daily traffic stats, you may just need…

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Yoast SEO WordPress: Installing and Basic Setup

The WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin allows you to manage most SEO aspects of your WordPress site, such as Google Analytics and Bing Webmaster integration, streamlining the process of creating content on your site, social integration (Facebook OpenGraph, Twitter, Google+), XML sitemap, RSS, import & export, just to name a few. By now, you may…

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