So, what are they exactly? “Social signals” is a term used by SEO’s for social interactions related to your web site on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest and Instagram. It can for example be in the form of your url being shared or tweeted. Or it can be in the form of
No is the short answer but let us expand on this a bit. Whenever Google changes the way it ranks web sites in its search engine results (often known as the SERP’s for short) SEO’s tend to go into panic mode. They worry if they lose their rankings and they worry even if they don’t
So you have got your blog online. Some people are reading it, you are getting traffic from one or two places, now the really important question. How do you make some money? There are a few fairly easy ways to make cash from blogs. All of them require a lot of traffic to make the
There are two parts to YouTube search engine optimization. Both are similar and both can drive a lot of traffic if you do them carefully and successfully. Also there is a fair bit of crossover between the two techniques and on top of that lots of other potential benefits from doing the things need for
First just to be clear let’s define what we mean when we say “increase your SEO rankings”. SEO is short for search engine optimization. SEO is the process of actively working on a web site to improve where it is appearing in the Google search results for a specific phrase or keyword. If you can
What do we mean when we say “build an email list? An email list is a collection of email addresses of people who have actively agreed to receive emails from you. Building such a list is the process of gathering emails from various sources and saving them for future marketing campaigns. Obviously it goes deeper
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