For years, all of Linkody’s content team has been locked in the basement and paid in potatoes to figure out how to create linkbait content.
And I think that we will let them out soon; because they have been able to create truly amazing stuff and get a lot of backlinks.
Holy macaroni, right? 🤪
At first, we all thought it’s because of potatoes. But, when we dug deeper we started noticing patterns.
Finding good topics is hard – but it’s even harder to find content that will organic links.
Content that’s also link-magnet is the dream for many SEOs.
At least that was the case till now.
Linkody just released a feature that will make this a thing of the past.
Are you struggling to find your web page through online searches? In this post, you will learn how to check if your page is indexed.
If you’re not ranking for anything you try, no matter how specific, it might not have anything to do with the quality of your content — it might be an indexing problem.
Every search engine draws its results from an index, and if a web page is missing from that index, it obviously can’t appear in the results. Because of this, an indexing problem can end up totally wasting all your high-quality content and on-page optimization work.
If you’re not sure whether your web page is being indexed properly, or you need some advice for resolving an indexing problem, this is the article for you. We’re going to look at how indexing works, what the most common indexing problems are, and how you can make the necessary changes to ensure that you don’t suffer from indexing problems again.
It’s the worst thing ever to see that your site has lost traffic.
Manual penalty, Google sandbox penalty, or loss of organic traffic sometimes seems so unfair.
You work so hard, create wonderful content, and get backlinks just to realize that, all that was a waste of time because of Google.
Google can be a B*** when it comes to organic traffic.
So, you must play by the rules!
Just the problem is, Google rarely clarifies the Dos and the Don’ts of SEO. So, even the best of us can be hit by a penalty of some sort.
In this post, we will cover in depth what Google Sandbox penalty is, how to avoid it, and how to recover from it.
This is a pickle because, even the top SEOs still argue how to deal with it.
Email isn’t dead and it isn’t going anywhere, at least not for B2B marketers.
It’s a brilliant marketing tool that offers personalization, behavioural triggered automation, and sophisticated segmentation to deliver key content at the perfect time. It can help build up an engaged audience, nurture prospects, close sales, and make customers so happy they turn into loyal brand advocates.
Email is the 3rd most influential source of information for B2B audiences, and according to Hubspot, 86% of professionals prefer to use email when communicating for business purposes. Even more impressive, Campaign Monitor reports that every $1 dollar spent in the US on email marketing shows a return on investment of $44, which is a statistic that has been going up drastically year-over-year.
So, what does that mean for your company? Simply put, it means you’re missing out on big opportunities if email is not part of your overall marketing strategy.
In this blog post, we’ll break down 33 of the top email delivery platforms to help you decide which tool is the best fit for your specific needs and goals.
Are you still looking for that one perfect link-building strategy? A technique that won’t leave you doubting the outcome; one you’ll know is going to work?
The team Linkody got you covered.
Linkody is a tool to help SEOs with link-building and if there is one thing we know, that’s how to get backlinks.
We actually get 100% of our customers through organic traffic.
This article is so detailed that you will be able to replicate our results and get backlinks the same way we do.
And the best part is, at the end of this article you will find a detailed 8 step link-building checklist.
This checklist will help you to rank on Google any content you create.