SEO Backlink Report: Guest Blogging for SEO Success!

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SEO Backlink Report: Guest Blogging for SEO Success!

One of the important things to chase after when you’re hitting an SEO campaign are high quality backlinks from guest blogging. While guest blogging used to be talked about and really popular, after all the Google updates many people stopped talking about it and went on to other things. However, if you don’t use a shotgun approach and you actually go after relevant helpful backlinks in the right way by providing outstanding content, guest blogging can still be one of the most powerful tools you have for any SEO campaign. Even just a few good links can make all the difference and shoot you up to the top of page one.

Backlinks Still Matter

One of the first things that you need to understand is that backlinks still matter. Arguably even more than they used to. While Google updates encouraged the myth that backlinks don’t matter anymore, it was spamming techniques they were actually after. Gathering hundreds of keyword anchored backlinks from article directories or “guest blogging” on thinly veiled Private Blog Network (PBN) websites not only won’t help you anymore, but that is a good way to get penalized by Google.

This is where the idea that backlinks don’t matter, along with most of those old “link juice” websites losing all their authority. The truth is that backlinks still matter greatly when it comes to search engine optimization. A few good links can shoot a website up to the top of page one, but it’s critical to understand exactly what a good backlink is.

When you’re looking at potential websites to guest blog on you need to keep it to websites that are in your niche or in a related niche. Think context as king. No matter how strong the website, if it isn’t in your field then that backlink won’t do a lot of good.

The second major point is not to have keyword anchored backlinks. You don’t want a blatant keyword anchoring the link to your website. You want your blog name, your brand name, or your URL.

When you have a great guest post on an authority site in your niche with the perfectly set up backlink at the end, you’re going to get a massive boost from that. Don’t underestimate the jump – I’ve seen websites go from page three to mid page one after one good link before.

Make a List of Your Potential Targets

The first thing to do is set up a spreadsheet to organize all the websites and blogs you will be contacting via e-mail.

The next step is make as large a list of potential targets as possible. Are there any big names that come to mind in your niche or field right off the bat? Write those down during brainstorming and find the website URL for each one.

Next, Google the main keywords that you would like to rank for. Which websites show up on the top page? What about pages two and three? While rankings aren’t 100% on authority, they are a good rule of thumb. Look for all the blogs or content-based websites that might be open to receiving content or guest posts. Place all of them down on your spreadsheet.

Going to page three is a good practice, if you’re aiming at a competitive niche with hundreds of thousands or even millions of monthly searches then you might even go as deep as page 5 or 6 of the search engine rankings. Beyond that the results aren’t as strong even in competitive niches and those results can even be somewhat randomized.

Once you’ve collected the name of all those websites, think about other important keywords, search them, and add any new results that pop up. Once you’ve done this, start searching for important keywords in related fields and add those, too.

For example, if you’re focusing on camping you might look at hiking, outdoors, adventure travel. Someone focusing on Internet Marketing might also look at SEO, digital marketing, affiliate marketing, and social media marketing. These are heavily related fields and a great backlink from an authority website in one of them will help a website in any other field.

Once you have that long list, then it’s time to start pitching to see what opportunities you can help create.

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How to Pitch for a Guest Post

One thing you want to do right before pitching is create one incredible piece of content that becomes your sample. This should be related on the topic, be some of your best writing, and be revised multiple times over to make it as exceptional as possible.

The next step is finding the contact information for each page. Most websites have a contact page, and ideally you will prefer to find a name versus a department. This isn’t just much better when it comes to a good sounding pitch (you don’t want a template cut and paste request – take the extra 2 minutes to write a unique request), and frankly if you can find an actual name your request is much more likely to be read and approved.

When you pitch you want to be polite, short and to the point, and focus on their needs and how they will benefit from your guest post. Be direct, remember you’re talking to a person and not a machine or a marketing script, so give a little personalization and if in doubt speak like you would to a friend, not a formal English paper.

Finally, never take it personally if someone doesn’t respond. Most won’t and most responses will be polite rejections. That’s why we make as large a list as possible. It only takes a few good links to make a huge difference and in some niches, it only takes one!

Remember:

– Be polite

– Get to the point fast

– It’s about them – focus only a line or two on yourself, focus on the value you can bring them with high quality and original content their readers will find useful

– Don’t forget to close – ask for permission to write a guest post for them & include the sample for their convenience

As one final note about requesting to do guest posts, there’s also one more thing you need to take care of ahead of time and that is making sure your website is fully setup, looks good, and has some depth of content. After all, if they have a good authority website they need to make sure anyone they link to has a worthy website. No one is going to link to a barebones website that hasn’t been developed, no matter how good the writing is.

2 Powerful Moves

Even if you don’t succeed on your first attempt, or don’t get any bites on the cold calls, there are two powerful actions you can take that will help set you up to still get guest posts in the future.

Those two actions are:

– Build relationships over time to bring in guest posts

– Create large authoritative posts to wow people (this can lead to actual cold offers asking you to contribute)

Build honest relationships. Follow people on Twitter, Facebook, and even Google+. Respond to their posts and articles when something interests you, and interact with them when they’re responding to something posted on your wall. If you build a genuine relationship with people, they will often be eager to help you down the line when you make a request like a guest post.

The other move is to shoot for the organic authority articles. These are the “200 Factors That Affect Your SEO” or giant 5,000 word posts on “Everything You Need to Know to X.” Make amazing content and promote it. These types of articles have a way of getting shared and going viral, and if you write this kind of content not only can you link to it to show other authority websites what you can do, you may start getting cold e-mail requests to guest post – doing all the legwork of finding willing participants for you!

In Conclusion

The fact so many people have abandoned the practice of guest posting means in many ways it is easier than ever to get attention by backlinking. People understand the importance of amazingly good content and to get it for a simple link to another high quality website. Follow these steps, understand how good backlinks work, and watch your traffic explode as you shoot up the rankings.


Selecting Photos For WordPress Based Articles

As mentioned in our intro blog post, we are featuring articles that have been written by the writers here at iNeedArticles.com. You should note that this article, “Selecting Photos For WordPress Based Articles,” was either purchased on the iNeedArticles.com marketplace and thus this article was previously available to anyone, or we ordered the article through the iNeedArticles.com ordering platform. We did not cause the writer to spend an unusual amount of time writing the article on our behalf. In other words, this is a fine example of the quality of writing that is available to all our customers.  This article continues our exploration of best content marketing practices. To explore this subject further, please check out our other posts on the topic, including How To Get Started With Content Marketing, Eight Templates Every Content Marketer Needs to Use, and Return on Investment From Using Outsourced Writers.

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Selecting Photos For WordPress Based Articles

If you are trying to create a good authority blog and want to ensure that you are getting the best possible results, you will need to incorporate great visuals into your posts. However, taking and editing all of your own photos is extremely time consuming, and buying licenses can leave you with lower profits than you initially wanted. Thankfully, there are a number of different options available online that will help you get around this problem, boosting your income over time.

What To Look For

Quality

You will want to make sure that all pictures are high quality, preferably in .PNG format. Avoiding .JPG and BMP formats is a must, as neither of these formats display well.

Make sure that the colors are bright and interesting, not washed out or too saturated. Everything should be in focus, or the main item should be, with everything else softened. Nothing should look grainy, be filled with strange shadows, or be too dark. If you have to do corrective work to make it seem decent, you should simply look for a different photo.

Objects should look sharp and clear, especially if you are working with large photos. Make sure that the image looks good both when expanded and when smaller. This will ensure that your readers are impressed with the images, and that they get a feeling of quality from your blog posts.

Size

The bigger the better when selecting photos for WordPress. Your WordPress account will re-size them, making them  fit well with other images, but the size will give you more to work with. This is especially important when you are working with landscapes are architecture photos.

Lack of watermarks

Nothing makes you look more like an amateur or more like you are trying to sell your readers on a product than watermarks. Unless you are talking about a very specific product, you should avoid watermarks at all costs. Watermarks, text, borders, and other additions take away from the photo and make your posts look cheap. Photos are there to effectively double your content, don’t take away from their ability to do so.

Interesting Matter

When you look at a photo, it should catch your eye. When looking through hundreds of images, it should be the one that jumps out at you. Each post will have less than five images, so finding photos that stand out is extremely important.

Make sure it is a photo you want to look at, not one that just seems to fit. If you don’t want to look at the image, then your readers don’t want to either. Just like written content, you should personally find the photos you use engaging.

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What To Avoid

Wikipedia

While there are a number of Creative Commons images on Wikipedia, they are not images that you want to use on your blog. These images are the first ones to appear when someone Googles a subject, meaning your readers are likely to have already seen them. In addition, it can be almost impossible to get traffic from photo searches if you are using one of these images.

Celebrities

While you can use stock images with people in them, you should steer clear of celebrities. Many celebrities don’t license their own photos, and their companies may offer blanket take-down notices. You may use a photo and then find out that the photographer has now sold the rights, making it impossible for you to continue using the photo. Overall, it is simpler to just avoid using photos of celebrities.

Artsy images

Unless you are running an art blog, you shouldn’t be looking for photos that scream out “art.” These images serve to alienate a large number of readers, and can make your site look less professional. Photos with excess filters, high contrast, and strange composition are generally to be avoided.

Clashing colors

The colors of your website are important, and so are the photos that you choose. Try to avoid photos with colors that clash against your website background and other elements. If it is hard on the eyes, choose a different photo.

 

Ratio Of Words To Images

In general, you shouldn’t have more than 300 words in an article without an image. Between two to three paragraphs should be all that you write before putting in an image. This makes your content look longer, but also breaks up your content in a way that is pleasing to your client.

Normally you should put an image at the top of your article, centering it and keep it under 500 pixels high. This is the normal setting for large images in WordPress. You can of course edit your defaults, making sure that the image looks good on your site.  The image that you place at the beginning should be relevant to all points of your article, or should introduce the subject to readers.

Then you would write 200-300 words on your subject, before placing another image that is relevant to the subject at hand. Coincidentally, this is the number of words you should have under a subheading in order to optimize your content. Your images should go before the next subheading, and may relate to the content in either paragraph. However, you will want to make sure that you are consistent with your formatting, ensuring viewers know what to expect from your website.

Finally, you should not place any images at the end of your article. An image at the end of the last paragraph will make readers feel that your article is unfinished. You should instead have an image that summarizes the entirety of the article before your wrap-up paragraph. This will ensure that readers feel connected to the content.

SEO Optimizing Your Photos

While the rest of your website might be optimized for SEO, it is also important to ensure that your photos are optimized as well. This is a relatively simple process, taking only a few minutes to complete. However, you will find that your posts get more attention if you go through with these steps.

Filling in attributes

Fill in all of the possible attributes, even the caption when possible. Try to fit he keyword into the description if possible, as bots will take this into account when indexing. This can be a way to get keywords onto a page without making them overly visible in the copy, helping you reach 0.05% or 0.06% saturation with ease.

Naming conventions

Try and name the photos in a way that is descriptive and references the keyword. One common method is item name, article keyword, short description, all fit together with dashes. If you were blogging about a key on an article about locksmiths where the key was over 100 years old, the name of the file might look like this; keys-locksmiths-100-year-old-key. This brings up the keyword when images are searched for, and will bring in traffic from those searches as well.

Unique photos

Try to avoid picking an image that everyone is using, you will get less traffic using this kind of image. Instead, go through a few different pages, looking for a photo that others have yet to use. This will make your page more relevant, and will also make the reader more likely to stay on your page.

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Selecting Photos For WordPress

Final Thoughts

Overall, selecting photos for WordPress is easy, but it does require you to think and put in effort. However, taking the time to do it right will result in higher levels of customer engagement, and longer amounts of time spent on your pages. Photos are a must have when it comes to blogging, so choose the right ones to get the best results.

Always remember to check through your images before referencing an old blog, making sure that all links are active as well. In this way, you can create truly evergreen content that only requires minimal tweaking and can be used to reference itself.


Killer Off-Site SEO: Find Quality Backlinks Like A Pro

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Killer Off-Site SEO: Find Quality Backlinks Like A Pro

Search engine optimization (SEO) is an important part of any digital marketing campaign, and no matter how popular certain social media websites get it’s hard to beat the benefits of natural organic traffic that comes in non-stop day after day from ranking near or at the top of page one for all your major keywords in the search engines. SEO is the one way webmasters have of tilting the scale in their favor and making their websites attractive in the eyes of the major search engines. While most websites can take advantage of on-site optimization (see our post 2018 On-Page SEO Report: What Marketers Need to Know for tips on on-site SEO), use this article (and this article) to help you find quality backlinks, which is often the difference between a trickle of traffic and a flood.

The Biggest Off-Site SEO Factor

While there are many different factors that go into moving a website up to the top of the rankings, there is nothing that quite has the same effect as high quality backlinks. However knowing you need good links from trustworthy, authority, and related websites and actually getting them are two entirely different ball games. Skipping over the basics like Comment Luv, blog comments, and directories that get you some weak base links, we’re going to jump to answering the question of how you can go about getting the good backlinks that can really move the needle on where your website is found.

Guest Post Pitch Like A Champ

You hear about guest posting a lot, and it remains the best overall way to get high quality backlinks, but most blogs just say that and then go light on the details. The truth is that most people are terrible at pitching for a guest post and they’re not seeing even a sliver of the success they should be. If you’re pitching 20 times for 1 post, and mostly hearing back from low authority sites with small followings, then you’re doing it wrong.

There are several steps you can take to separate yourself from the majority of bloggers out there requesting a guest post.

1) Read their “About Us” page, any recent guest posts, as well as their most recent posts. This will help you understand the tone they use, their writing voice, and the style that they are most likely to respond to. This is useful not only in the guest post you will be submitting but also in how you put together your request e-mail.

2) Don’t go with a “I’m helping you out with free content,” template. Bloggers in every niche understand SEO, and they understand the value of good backlinks. Don’t insult the intelligence of blog owners by talking like you’re doing them a huge favor. Great content is important, but everyone is profiting here and everyone knows what’s going on in a guest post relationship. Acting otherwise comes across as condescending. You want a backlink, they may or may not want content. By being straight forward, you’ll get better results.

3) Pitch 3 ideas & don’t send the e-mail until you have really good titles for each one. Three quick pitches give you a very good chance of creating one that will really hit home. This also lets you put out three different ideas, and have three headlines that each have the chance to catch the attention of who you’re pitching.

4) Once you have a few guest posts (and you want to make sure to rock out the quality on every single guest post) include a couple links to the ones you like the most. This will intrigue many website owners, and if they see your guest posts are outstanding, they are much more likely to take a chance on you.

5) Always thank them ahead of time. While this can be hard to measure, “I look forward to hearing from you and thank you so much for your time,” sounds a lot better than an assumptive, “I look forward to hearing from you.” If they’re 50/50 on taking a chance, having them like you is only going to help the cause.

Follow these five tips to pitch guest posts like a champ instead of being just another e-mail on the slush pile. Getting this down alone will open up an entirely new world of guest posting opportunities for new backlinks.

Take Advantage Of Testimonials Pages

There are many companies, blogs, and major websites that have a high trust with Google, high authority, and a testimonials page that mentions the person giving a testimonial and links to any website or blog they associate with. The vast majority of SEO specialists don’t think about testimonials pages, but for many highly rated websites this might be the only way to actually get a link if they don’t have a frequently updated blog.

This won’t work for every niche, but if you spend time looking for major websites in your niche (learn about special searches via search commands on Google) you will be able to find a list of websites that are listing testimonials. Look for ones that offer a link with the testimonial and if you have the ability to give a review then do it. This can be a source of some serious backlinks that all your competition has overlooked.

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Don’t Overlook “Top X” Posts

Sometimes referred to as link baiting posts because of their ability to pull links from the many websites that are in a list. Don’t go top 10 – look at top 25, top 50, or even top 100 if you really want to pull in the links. This type of content takes a lot of time and effort to compose, but it’s worth it when you see the links start pouring in.

However, the key to getting the most out of it is to add just a little something extra. Don’t just list “My top 50,” and hope that’s enough, but why not spend the money to create a graphic like a trophy or ribbon? A great looking web badge that every website owner on the list gets sent will really make the list look legitimate and definitely increase the response rate of people mentioning the award, your blog, or linking back to your article.

This way when you e-mail every single “winner” you can give a graphic award to for them to display. This increases the response you get and definitely makes it much more likely you’ll get a link from them bragging about it, not to mention the brand exposure from other popular niche blogs displaying an award from your website.

Tying It All Together

There are many different things to keep in mind when attempting to find quality backlinks to improve your search engine rankings, but there’s no denying a few good strategies used together like the ones in this article will give you much better results. Many times it doesn’t take that many quality backlinks to shoot your website up the search engine rankings, and if you’re using these strategies from this article you should get more than just a few. If you feel like doing this on your own is too much to handle right now, consider reading our posts regarding working with SEO companies (10 Tips For Choosing the Right SEO Company and How to Find a Great SEO Firm For Your Small Business) to help you supercharge your marketing efforts.


Intro to Facebook Marketing

As mentioned in our intro blog post, we will feature articles that have been written by the writers here at iNeedArticles.com. You should note that this article, “Intro to Facebook Marketing,” was either purchased on the iNeedArticles.com marketplace and thus this article was previously available to anyone, or we ordered the article through the iNeedArticles.com ordering platform. We did not cause the writer to spend an unusual amount of time writing the article on our behalf. In other words, this is a fine example of the quality of writing that is available to all our customers.  The final output contains a few minor edits on our part to include graphics, insert links, and so forth. If you’re looking for more information on using social media to market your business, check out our post Use Social Media to Generate Traffic

Intro to Facebook Marketing

The purpose of e-commerce marketing is to increase interest in your website and ultimately to grow your revenue from products and services sold. Your marketing efforts need to tickle the curiosity of internet users and to provoke them to register or make a purchase via your website.

Facebook has appeared as a powerful ally to everyone involved in e-commerce marketing – that tends to happen when your platform boasts over 2 billion active users. The social media portal offers numerous opportunities for increasing traffic and advertising your website’s main products and services.

The beauty of e-commerce marketing on Facebook is that it’s quite simple. In our intro to Facebook marketing, we outline several basic steps anyone can follow to kickstart their marketing efforts on Facebook.

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How To Find A Great SEO Firm For Your Small Business

As mentioned in our intro blog post, we will feature articles that have been written by the writers here at iNeedArticles.com. You should note that this article, our “How To Find A Great SEO Firm For Your Small Business” was either purchased on the iNeedArticles.com marketplace and thus this article was previously available to anyone, or we ordered the article through the iNeedArticles.com ordering platform. We did not cause the writer to spend an unusual amount of time writing the article on our behalf. In other words, this is a fine example of the quality of writing that is available to all our customers.  The final output contains a few minor edits on our part to include graphics, insert links, and so forth. If you’re looking for further information on working with SEO companies, we previously published a related post by another writer from INA entitled “10 Tips For Choosing The Right SEO Company” that you may find useful as well. Without further ado, please read on!

How To Find A Great SEO Firm For Your Small Business

In the early days of SEO, getting a top page rank on the search engines was quite easy. All you had to do was to repeat a keyword over and over on a web page and throw in thousands of spammy links to the site. Things have changed today. The search engines have become a whole lot smarter. Throwing thousands of spammy links to your site is a great way to get your site penalized by Google and the other search engines.

In fact, search engine optimization is not a DIY strategy anymore. It requires highly specialized training and skills. That is where a reputable search engine optimization firm comes in handy. Without a professional SEO agency, your small business is unlikely to rank higher in the search engine results pages or SERPs. But how will you find the right SEO firm on the market with hundreds of SEO agencies operating out there? Here are some important factors to consider when trying to find a great SEO firm for your small business.

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Three Tips To Help Your Business Build An Email List Rapidly

As mentioned in our intro blog post, we will feature articles that have been written by the writers here at iNeedArticles.com. You should note that this article, our “Three Tips To Help Your Business Build An Email List Rapidly” was either purchased on the iNeedArticles.com marketplace and thus this article was previously available to anyone, or we ordered the article through the iNeedArticles.com ordering platform. We did not cause the writer to spend an unusual amount of time writing the article on our behalf. In other words, this is a fine example of the quality of writing that is available to all our customers.  The final output contains a few minor edits on our part to include graphics, insert links, and so forth. If you’re looking for more information on content marketing, check out our intro to content marketing post.

Three Tips To Help Your Business Build an Email List Rapidly

According to multiple marketing studies, email has the potential to provide great returns on investment. Marketers who don’t have success with email marketing usually have trouble getting over the first hump. That is, they don’t know how to get lots of interested people to sign up.

Of course, you will need a sizable base of subscribers to enjoy good results from your email marketing campaigns. If you don’t have quite a few subscribers, you can’t even begin to test and refine the rest of your email marketing plan because you won’t have enough results to work with.

How To Grow Your Company’s Email List Fast

It’s easy to understand why some folks are reluctant to hand over their email addresses when they probably already get a lot of emails in their inbox. At the same time, successful email marketers know how to overcome this barrier with the right enticements.

Consider these three tips to help you build an email list rapidly:

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Create The Perfect Backlink Profile

As mentioned in our intro blog post, we will feature articles that have been written by the writers here at iNeedArticles.com. You should note that this article, our “Create The Perfect Backlink Profile” was either purchased on the iNeedArticles.com marketplace and thus this article was previously available to anyone, or we ordered the article through the iNeedArticles.com ordering platform. We did not cause the writer to spend an unusual amount of time writing the article on our behalf. In other words, this is a fine example of the quality of writing that is available to all our customers.  The final output contains a few minor edits on our part to include graphics, insert links, and so forth. Without further ado, please read on!

Create the Perfect Backlink Profile

There has been a lot of talk in recent years in marketing circles and across a wide variety of online blogs about the “death of SEO” or how Google’s Panda and Penguin updates killed certain parts of old school search engine optimization. Probably the single practice that is trashed the most is building backlinks to your website. “Link building is dead,” many so-called experts say. Those experts are also dead wrong.

While the way one website links to another is viewed by search engines like Google may have changed, and many previous links discounted, the truth is that a site’s backlinks are still extremely important when it comes to getting to the top of Google. This is as true with niche keywords as it is with local businesses and especially with high competition keywords. The first step to putting together the perfect backlink profile for search engine optimization (SEO) is avoiding damaging links.

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Eight Templates Every Content Marketer Needs To Use

As mentioned in our intro blog post, we will feature articles that have been written by the writers here at iNeedArticles.com. You should note that this article, our “Eight Templates Every Content Marketer Needs To Use” was either purchased on the iNeedArticles.com marketplace and thus this article was previously available to anyone, or we ordered the article through the iNeedArticles.com ordering platform. We did not cause the writer to spend an unusual amount of time writing the article on our behalf. In other words, this is a fine example of the quality of writing that is available to all our customers.  The final output contains a few minor edits on our part to include graphics, insert links, and so forth. In addition to reading this post, check out our introduction to content marketing and tips for building an email list for more useful tips to help you turbocharge your content marketing efforts.

Eight Templates Every Content Marketer Needs To Use

A worker is often only as good as his tools. When it comes to content marketing, templates are some of the most important tools around. Here are eight templates that every content marketers need to have in their toolbox.

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10 Tips For Choosing The Right SEO Company

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10 Tips For Choosing The Right SEO Company

SEO is an integral part of any online marketing campaign. If your wish is to own a website that gets enormous amounts of traffic on a monthly basis then search engine optimization should be a top priority. As we speak, there is a lot of information on search engine optimization strategies and techniques on the internet. Having access to this information may lead you to assume that you are more than capable of running your website’s SEO campaign all by yourself. However, this is not a very wise decision.

Having an abundance of knowledge on search engine optimization is not the only requirement needed to get your website to the top of search results. Even with a lot of effort and dedication, there is only so much you can do to optimize your website without the help of a professional SEO company. SEO is a time consuming and tedious activity that demands that a person have specific skills and experience in order to undertake successfully. SEO is also a continuous process that does not start today and end tomorrow. An SEO campaign needs to be implemented over several months or even years in order for your website to obtain and maintain a good ranking.

Consequently, hiring an SEO company is the best way you can go about optimizing your website. However, it is important that you find the right SEO company to help get your website to the top of search results. There are so many SEO companies and service providers out there today so it can sometimes be difficult to choose the right one. This should not worry you as highlighted below are 10 tips for choosing the right SEO company for your website or online business.

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Use Social Media to Generate Traffic

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How to Use Social Media to Generate Traffic

In this article, we will discuss basic strategies on using social media to generate traffic, which has become an important source of user engagement for any web site owner. In addition, drawing traffic in from social media platforms provides your site with a traffic buffer in case a dreaded Google algorithm change cuts off your traffic from Google’s search engine. This diversification of traffic sources will in turn make your site more valuable.

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