On-Site SEO in 2017: The Definitive Guide to Higher SERP Rankings My, how the times have changed. When I first got started in the SEO industry links ruled everything. Now, don’t get me wrong, links are still the number one ranking signal that Google uses in its algorithm, but back in the day you could focus 100% of your SEO effort on building links and if you built more than your competitors, then you would outrank them. That’s not the case any longer. Now, you can build a handful of
The Real Truth About Content & Links: By a No Nonsense SEO!
“Content is king, and you should only focus on publishing high quality content that other websites will want to link to.” – SEO gurus.
“Links are the most important ranking factor and nothing else matters. The big players buy authority links to rank because that’s how you truly shoot up in the SERPs.” – SEOs that know what the f#ck they are doing.
The content vs links debate is one of the most talked
Note From Tommy: This "Expert Series" post is a little different from the others that we did, in that it's not an interview but a guest post Bryan O'Neil has written. I've known Bryan for a number of years, he's been in the Internet Marketing industry for several years now and helped write the book on site flipping in it's early days. Bryan runs several ventures with Optimum Feedback being one of them. Below is a post Bryan has written about the current state of online reviews and his
4 Marketing Tips Responsible for Conor McGregor’s Upcoming $100+ Million-Dollar Payday! There is no better marketer in the world of professional sports, than UFC champion Conor McGregor. He is hands-down the most brilliant marketer that has risen to unbelievable heights in terms of fame and fortune in a very short period of time. Four years ago, he was fighting in small events that would draw a crowd of 500 people. A young lad from Crumlin, Dublin that was on the Dole (Irish welfare
30 Must Have Components of an Email Designed to Drive Sales Everyone talks about search engine optimization and social media as two prominent ways to drive sales online, but we often forget about one of the most effective strategies: email marketing.. Email designed to drive sales can be a serious goldmine. It’s one of the most consistent forms of online marketing there is, and while things like open rates and click-through rates have decreased over the years, it’s still an area that you need
I've been really looking forward to this post for quite some time now. I've followed CCarter since I first started my IM journey, back when he used to share those epic tutorials of his on the Wicked Fire forums back in it's heyday. He's still out there in the trenches sharing knowledge, building his empire and destroying his competition. We've proudly displayed his company SERPWoo's banner here on SerpLogic since we first launched, because we know a good thing when we see it! It's a pleasure
8 Ways to Leverage Your Personal Brand to Attract Business - Regardless of Your Niche I used to rely heavily on banner ads and sales threads on once-popular internet marketing forums, but my marketing strategy went in a completely different direction once I learned how effective content marketing was at helping establish my personal brand. I’ve done it all. Email marketing, paid social media, pay-per-click campaigns, etc. I have experimented with every single format of digital marketing, and
Going Viral: How the Internet Makes Stupid People & Random Moments Famous Going viral. It’s the dream of every blogger and wannabe social media “influencer” out there. When a post or piece of content goes viral it automatically means more website traffic, more followers, more views, more subscribers, more comments, more shares and maybe even more money. Viral = exposure to the world. Most people think that going viral is something that just happens, and while it does, you have a
Expert Series: "Matthew Woodward" Discusses SEO, Blogging, Link Building & Entrepreneurship! We finally kick off the SerpLogic Expert Series.. and what a great guest we have for the first installment. If you've been around the SEO scene for long enough you will have certainly come across Matthew Woodward by now. His tutorials, case studies and videos have helped countless new comers to the industry as well as seasoned pros. His blog has won numerous awards and earned him quite a bit of