Linkody just got enhanced with a new set of key metrics to help you asses your backlinks’ value even better. A new column displays the number of social shares for each of your backlinks. This number is the sum of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn shares.
With the introduction of the Keyword Planner, you now need an AdWords account to get access to search data. While most things are the same, there are a few things that make the Keyword Planner a weapon of unmatched power. Let’s see what you need to need about the Google Keyword Planner.
SEO is getting harder and harder these days, with Google penalizing or outright banning techniques that were previously accepted (for a good reason, I would say) – one must be careful. This post covers private link networks and how to stay under Google’s radar.
The basic rules of SEO are mostly the same – create great content, make sure your website is Google-friendly (and Bing will follow), and get as many high quality links as possible.
The bag of tricks to get backlinks might have been exhausted and a lot smaller than few years before.
Building private link networks, if done correctly, is still something that can boost your site’s rankings.
Before we bring the numbers it’s actually very simple – our good friend Google favors mobile friendly sites. And as there are some differences between desktop and Mobile Website SEO, to get the organic mobile traffic there are some things you should pay attention to.
To stay ahead of the curve this post is a must read.