Huge SEO Powersuite Sale – Save 63% Before September
Aug22

Huge SEO Powersuite Sale – Save 63% Before September

I just wanted to write a quick post about a email I received today from Link-Assistant.com regarding a huge sale they are planning for next week. They did not tell anyone the date of this sale yet, only that you can signup early here for an email alert that is going to be sent out when the sale starts. This event is only on until September and at that time the guys from SEO Powersuite are saying that their product is going to have a price increase.  Not sure if that statement is true or not as I have heard that before from many software developers, but if you were sitting on the fence waiting for a discount for SEO Powersuite then your time has come. So sometime next week the sale starts where the savings are going to be 63% off the full package of Rank Tracker, SEO Spyglass, Link Assistant and Website Auditor. Go Here To Get Your Copy of SEO Powersuite and SAVE 63%   UPDATE Just received an email from Link-Assistant.com and the sale has  begun.  It ends in 3 days from today (Aug 29) so this is a perfect opportunity to acquire this set of SEO tools. Click the link above to receive a discounted copy of SEO Powersuite. Other posts you may enjoy reading: My Post about my favorite SEO Tools A post about Guest Blogging...

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SEO Tools and Internet Marketing Software of Choice
Apr24

SEO Tools and Internet Marketing Software of Choice

SEO is not a one step simple process. There are many tools that are used for both onsite and offsite SEO functions today as well as checking on competitors. Some of the tools I use overlap into others and some are free while others do require an investment. I find that the free usually means limited in some way or another but that is not always the case. That being said sometimes you get what you pay for and other times you do not, you get less. Luckily many of the providers of the different paid software’s do have refund policies of either 30 days or more, so take advantage of that if you need to. Firefox Plugins YSlow for Firefox – Use this plugin to check on your page load times. It will help you find where you need improvements. Rank Checker Plugin for Firefox – This plugin works well, but it does not track your keywords for more then the day you perform a search. SEO Quake Plugin for Firefox – Use this plugin to check on your sites parameters. Items such as keyword density, total words and many other functions can be done using this plugin. Firebug Plugin for Firefox – This plugin is for checking site errors. If you have htm, css and scripts it will tell you about any issues on your pages. WordPress Plugins W3 Total Cache (Reduces Page Load Times) – Use this along with the Yslow plugin for firefox and you can lower your page load times by a significant amount in a short amount of time. Platinum SEO (Improves SEO Quality Score) – This plugin lets you control SEO titles for your blogs home page, other pages and any posts. You can write a unique title for each post for the search engines, control the meta description and meta keywords as well. I am surprised that WordPress has not incorporated this into the wordpress software. Pretty Link Lite – This plugin will help those who do affiliate marketing. You can hide your affiliate links and make them pretty for both the viewer of your site as well as the search engines. Shareaholic (For Social Sharing) – Every site needs some sort of social sharing. This is my go to plugin for my sites. I like the way it setups, and the look.   Keyword Research Google Keyword Tool (Free Tool) – Find Relevant and Targeted Keywords for any Niche. Traffic Travis (Free Version Available) – Perform a health check on your website, uncover technical mistakes, keep tabs on competitors, monitor rankings, and find link partners. Market Samurai (14 Day Trial)...

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Articles I Have Enjoyed Reading April 2013
Apr10

Articles I Have Enjoyed Reading April 2013

Articles I Have Read Recently You Might Like Big Brands and Google I started out by heading over to one of my favorite sites to find out what is going on in regards to the internet at a site called Search Engine Land.  I read an article by Chris Cemper about Interflora being removed from Googles index right after Valentines Day  and reappeared a week before Mother’s Day in the United Kingdom. His article looks into What Did They Fix & How Did They Come Back So Fast? What this article really shows is how big brands have power online and how other small sites that are Mom and Pop type sites really are far down on the totem pole at Google. It is a shame but it does look to be  true.  You can read the article by clicking here. SEO Ranking Factors 2013 Another article I had the pleasure to read was over at businessbolts.com by author Lisa Parmley. She looked into the SEO ranking factors at Google for 2013.  The point of this study was to  analyze factors in the ranking of sites within the top ten of Google’s listings. One conclusion they came upon that I totally agreed with 100% was the article length when ranking.  To find out their results you can read more by clicking here. Google Analytics Tips Being fairly new to using analytics on my websites I have been in search of videos and articles on how to utilize this tool more effectively.  Sometimes I think I need to get a degree in mathematics and computer science to use some of these, as they are certainly very robust.  Even if I did get those degrees I still would probably only use about 25% of Google Analytics at best. Currently I track downloads, social sharing, affiliate clicks and the usual stuff and am curious to learn of others things I can do. This article by Matthew Woodward called “How To Increase Traffic With My Custom Google Analytics Profile” gave me some great insights to other things that I can achieve with the tool. To read his article click here. Blogs and Blog Search Google has mentioned this very often how content is the king, and new content feeds their machine. I wanted to understand more about how to repurpose my content so as to make it go further, rather then having to create new content all the time. Over at Search Engine Journal an author named Marcela De Vivo wrote a great piece all about this topic with some wonderful tips for repurposing content.  Marcela certainly had ideas that I would have...

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