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  1. We don't talk about negative SEO very often. But it dangerous. I've created a short guide how to stay safe. Learn how to stay safe from my Slide Presentation
  2. Hy... Sorry for bad english I have a new web but i use old domain, I think this domain deindex when use by old owner... My question is How to optimization web deindex?
  3. SE Ranking is a cloud-based software with a complete set of tools for all SEO projects on one platform. It unites 35+ instruments like keyword rankings, website audit, competitor SEO/PPC research, and comprehensive reporting to name a few. A robust SEO engine and user-friendly interface make SE Ranking a software of choice for online marketing experts and newbies alike. What is under the hood Rank Tracker is a tool that provides 100% accurate rankings, parsing the data both for organic and paid search results. The instrument gathers the data from the most popular search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, YouTube), including both mobile and desktop Google's SERPs. You can check the rankings for any location (by zip code), and any language you need. Keep in mind that you can check the rankings of your competitors at no extra charge! 2. Website Audit is a tool designed for a complete and prompt SEO analysis of the entire site. It crawls all its pages (up to 500,000) and spots the optimization errors that require attention. The tool compiles a complete and an easy-to-read report, including technical settings, usability, content optimization, inbound and outbound links, etc. If you want to share the audit report, you can download it in .pdf and email to your developer, webmaster, SEO pro or a client. 3. On-Page SEO Audit is the tool to check how well a certain page is optimized for a certain query. The instrument analyses the page for over 70 parameters, including the page content (text volume, its uniqueness, keyword density, image optimization, and so forth), and the technical setting. The results of this audit are also gathered in the pdf report and can be shared with interested parties via email. 4. Competitor SEO/PPC Research provides a wide range of intelligence about your competitors and their marketing strategies. Using this tool you’ll have a clear picture about the keywords they use for organic and paid search, their traffic info, approx spendings on SEO and PPC campaigns, history of their ads, and much more. 5. Marketing Plan is a search marketing strategy with practical tips and guidance developed with a simple purpose of helping users eliminate any possible errors while promoting the site following best practices. 6. Backlink Explorer enables users to monitor and manage backlinks from getting the info about the volume, quality, and status. Most importantly, you can collect all of these data not only for your website but for any site you want (including your competitors, of course!). 7. Page Changes Monitoring – is a unique tool helping track any changes on a website, including the modifications of content, metadata, and outbound links. If your colleagues altered something on a page and it can affect its ranking, you'll see the changes before Google will index it. Special tools for B2B users Report Builder is a tool that forms a customized report on any of your projects. You can choose what information to include and personalize it to reflect your brand and styling (like adding your logo and so forth). White Label allows using SE Ranking service on your domain and under your name. Lead Generator is a widget that can be installed on your site and offer your visitors free On-Page SEO Audit. Users fill the form and get the audit report to their emails, and you get contacts of qualified leads. THERE IS MORE! Apart from the listed tools, there are instruments for collecting and grouping keywords, managing your social media accounts, and completing many other fun marketing activities. PLANS & PRICING SE Ranking stands up for affordability of the service for the businesses of all levels: from individual entrepreneurs and small companies to large enterprises and agencies. Find the plan that suits your needs and budget. No extra charges or hidden costs – with SE Ranking you’ll always know what you are paying for. SE Ranking offers everything you need for SEO. Start your free 14-day trial and see for yourself.
  4. When I learning about the way to rank Keyword on SERP, One term has crossed many times "USE LONG TAIL KEYWORD". Here My doubt is Why long tail keyword more SEO worthy than short-tail? and Is any new practice I need to follow to Change my website keywords from Short Tail to Long Tail?
  5. Mark Lastner

    Top Ranking Factors

    Overall Ranking Factors On-page Signals: 20.3% My Business Signals (14.7%) (Categories, Keyword in Business Title, Proximity, etc.) External Loc. Signals (13.6%) (IYP/aggregator NAP consistency, Citation Volume, etc.) On-page Signals (20.3%) (Presence of NAP, Keywords in Titles, Domain authority, etc.) Link Signals (20.0%) (Inbound anchor text, Linking domain authority, Linking domain quantity, etc.) Review Signals (8.4%) (Review quantity, Review velocity, Review diversity, etc.) Social Signals (5.0%) (Google+ authority, Facebook likes, Twitter followers, etc.) Behavioral/Mob. Signals (9.5%) (Clickthrough rate, Mobile clicks to call, Check-ins, Offers, etc.) Personalization (8.5%) Top 50 Localized Organic Factors 1 Domain Authority of Website 2 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to Domain 3 City,State in GMB Landing Page Title 4 Click-Through Rate from Search Results 5 Topical (Product/Service) Keyword Relevance of Domain Content 6 Diversity of Inbound Links to Domain 7 Geographic (City/Neighborhood) Keyword Relevance of Domain Content 8 Physical Address in City of Search 9 Quality/Authority of Structured Citations 10 City, State in Most/All Website Title Tags 11 Consistency of Structured Citations 12 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 13 Product/Service Keyword in GMB Landing Page Title 14 Product/Service Keywords in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to Domain 15 Proximity of Address to the Point of Search (Searcher-Business Distance) 16 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain 17 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain from Locally-Relevant Domains 18 Geographic Keyword in Domain 19 Location Keywords in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to Domain 20 Page Authority of GMB Landing Page URL 21 City, State in GMB Landing Page H1/H2 Tags 22 HTML NAP Matching GMB Location NAP 23 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain from Industry-Relevant Domains 24 Product / Service Keyword in Domain 25 NAP in hCard / Schema.org on GMB Landing Page URL 26 Quality/Authority of Unstructured Citations (Newspaper Articles, Blog Posts) 27 Quantity of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL from Locally-Relevant Domains 28 Quantity of Citations from Locally-Relevant Domains 29 Business Title in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to Domain 30 Volume of Searches for Business Name 31 Quantity of Citations from Industry-Relevant Domains 32 Loadtime of GMB Landing Page URL 33 Location Keywords in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 34 Proper GMB Category Associations 35 Product/Service Keyword in GMB Landing Page H1/H2 Tags 36 Proximity of Address to Centroid 37 Diversity of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 38 Velocity of New Inbound Links to Domain 39 Product/Service Keywords in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 40 City, State in Most/All GMB Landing Page H1/H2 Tags 41 Quantity of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 42 Authority of third-party sites on which reviews are present 43 Individually Owner-verified GMB Location 44 Quantity of Structured Citations (IYPs, Data Aggregators) 45 Age of GMB Location 46 Diversity of third-party sites on which reviews are present 47 High Numerical Ratings by Authority Reviewers (e.g.Yelp Elite, Google Local Guides, etc) 48 Velocity of Searches for Business Name 49 Bulk Owner-verified GMB Location 50 High Numerical Ratings of Business by Google Users (e.g. 4-5) Top 50 Local Stack / Snack Pack Factors 1 Physical Address in City of Search 2 Consistency of Structured Citations 3 Proper GMB Category Associations 4 Proximity of Address to the Point of Search 5 Quality/Authority of Structured Citations 6 Domain Authority of Website 7 Product / Service Keyword in GMB Business Title 8 City, State in GMB Landing Page Title 9 HTML NAP Matching GMB Location NAP 10 Click-Through Rate from Search Results 11 Quantity of Native Google Reviews (w/text) 12 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to Domain 13 Individually Owner-verified GMB Location 14 Quantity of Structured Citations (IYPs, Data Aggregators) 15 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 16 Proximity of Address to Centroid 17 Location Keyword in GMB Business Title or Title Modifier 18 Quality/Authority of Unstructured Citations (Newspaper Articles, Blog Posts) 19 Quantity of Citations from Industry-Relevant Domains 20 Proximity of Address to Centroid of Other Businesses in Industry 21 Quantity of Citations from Locally-Relevant Domains 22 GMB Primary category matches a broader category of the search category (e.g. primary category=restaurant & search=pizza) 23 Age of GMB Location 24 Page Authority of GMB Landing Page URL 25 Product/Service Keywords in Reviews 26 Product/Service Keyword in GMB Landing Page Title 27 Diversity of Inbound Links to Domain 28 Authority of third-party sites on which reviews are present 29 Driving Directions to Business Clicks 30 High Numerical Ratings of Business by Google Users (e.g. 4-5) 31 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain from Locally-Relevant Domains 32 Bulk Owner-verified GMB Location 33 Local Area Code on GMB Location 34 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain 35 City, State in GMB Landing Page H1/H2 Tags 36 Matching Google Account Domain to GMB Landing Page Domain 37 Quantity of Third-Party Traditional Reviews 38 Clicks to Call Business 39 Quantity of Unstructured Citations (Newspaper Articles, Blog Posts) 40 NAP in hCard / Schema.org on GMB Landing Page URL 41 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain from Industry-Relevant Domains 42 Quantity of Reviews by Authority Reviewers (e.g.Yelp Elite, Google Local Guides, etc) 43 Product / Service Keyword in Domain 44 Topical (Product/Service) Keyword Relevance of Domain Content 45 Location Keywords in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to Domain 46 Geographic (City/Neighborhood) Keyword Relevance of Domain Content 47 Positive Sentiment in Reviews 48 Overall Velocity of Reviews (Native + Third-Party) 49 High Numerical Ratings by Authority Reviewers (e.g.Yelp Elite, Google Local Guides, etc) Negative Ranking Factors 1 Incorrect business category 2 Listing detected at false business address 3 Mis-match NAP / Tracking Phone Numbers Across Data Ecosystem 4 Presence of malware on site 5 Reports of Violations on your GMB location 6 Mis-match NAP / Tracking Phone Number on GMB Landing Page 7 Mis-match Address on GMB Landing Page 8 Presence of Multiple GMB locations with Same Phone Number 9 Absence of Crawlable NAP on Website 10 Address includes suite number similar to UPS Mail Store or other false addresses 11 Association of GMB account with other suppressed listings 12 Incorrectly-placed map marker in GMB 13 Presence of Multiple GMB locations with Same/Similar Business Title and Address 14 Keyword stuffing in business name 15 Absence of Crawlable NAP on GMB Landing Page 16 Listing 800 Number as Only Phone Number in GMB 17 Keyword-Stuffing in Title Tag of GMB Landing Page 18 Low Numerical Ratings of GMB location by Google Users (e.g. 1-2) 19 Keyword/city stuffed GMB Descriptions 20 Choosing to Hide GMB Address 21 Presence of Multiple Crawlable NAP on GMB Landing Page 22 Low Numerical Ratings of GMB location by Third-Party Users (e.g. 1-2) 23 Negative Sentiment in Google Reviews 24 Choosing Service Area for Business in GMB (as opposed to in-location visits) 25 Negative Sentiment in Third-Party Reviews 26 Multi-lingual GMB listings for the same place 27 Mis-Matched or Private WHOIS Information Top 30 Difference-Making Factors in Competitive Markets 1 Consistency of Structured Citations 2 Domain Authority of Website 3 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to Domain 4 Quality/Authority of Structured Citations 5 Proper GMB Category Associations 6 Physical Address in City of Search 7 Quantity of Native Google Reviews (w/text) 8 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 9 Click-Through Rate from Search Results 10 Quality/Authority of Unstructured Citations (Newspaper Articles, Blog Posts) 11 City, State in GMB Landing Page Title 12 HTML NAP Matching GMB Location NAP 13 Quantity of Citations from Industry-Relevant Domains 14 Diversity of Inbound Links to Domain 15 Quantity of Citations from Locally-Relevant Domains 16 Proximity of Address to the Point of Search (Searcher-Business Distance) 17 Geographic (City/Neighborhood) Keyword Relevance of Domain Content 18 Quantity of Structured Citations (IYPs, Data Aggregators) 19 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain from Locally-Relevant Domains 20 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain 21 Product/Service Keyword in GMB Landing Page Title 22 City, State in Most/All Website Title Tags 23 Location Keywords in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to Domain 24 Topical (Product/Service) Keyword Relevance of Domain Content 25 Quantity of Third-Party Traditional Reviews 26 Business Title in Anchor Text of Inbound Links to Domain 27 NAP in hCard / Schema.org on GMB Landing Page URL 28 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain from Industry-Relevant Domains 29 Diversity of third-party sites on which reviews are present 30 Individually Owner-verified GMB Location 10 Factors Experts Are Focusing on More Since the Snack Pack Rollout 1 Quality/Authority of Structured Citations 2 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to Domain 3 Quantity of Native Google Reviews (w/text) 4 Consistency of Structured Citations 5 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain 6 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain from Locally-Relevant Domains 7 Domain Authority of Website 8 Proximity of Address to the Point of Search (Searcher-Business Distance) 9 Quality/Authority of Inbound Links to GMB Landing Page URL 10 Topical (Product/Service) Keyword Relevance of Domain Content 10 Factors Experts Are Focusing on Less Since the Snack Pack Rollout 1 Proximity of Address to Centroid 2 Quantity of Structured Citations (IYPs, Data Aggregators) 3 Authority of +1's on Website 4 Number of Shares on Google+ 5 Quantity of Citations from Industry-Relevant Domains 6 Quantity of Unstructured Citations (Newspaper Articles, Blog Posts) 7 Number of circles in which GMB location is contained 8 Quantity of Inbound Links to Domain 9 Authority of Shares on Google+ 10 Diversity of third-party sites on which reviews are present
  6. michaeltim

    What is toxic link?

    hello friends, What is toxic link? anyone can tell me plz..
  7. I made an offer " Gift with purchase" and added it to my Facebook page + I am regularly boosting promotions and products on my Facebook page. I am still not getting any visitors to my website. Can you please help me with this matter?
  8. hi friends, What is Anchor tag and How will you optimize Anchor Tag?
  9. Suggest Some effective Link building strategy to improve my website traffic and ranking in Google.
  10. Hey I am looking to build my back link profile. Does Prweb and Prnewswire hold any SEO value? I have seen many mixed reviews on the web. Does anyone here have real life experience that could comment on this question? Thank you
  11. michaeltim

    What is Google sandbox?

    Hi Friends, What is Google sandbox? anyone can explain plzz...
  12. I have bought around 10 domains and writing niche related post on them. I have hosted them on the same hosting where I have hosted my money site and have indexed under same google webmaster ID. If I give backlink from all 10 domains to my Money site, will it help boost the rank of my money site? Please suggest, how to use these domains and help my money site grow.
  13. This post is for anyone who has a website and is struggling to get traffic to it. The purpose of this post is to give you free methods that will bring traffic to your website in short as well as long term. One of the most basic things to realize if you have a new website is that, it will take some time before you start getting continuous flow of traffic to your website. The more effort you put in the better it will be for you but it will still take some time. No matter how good you are, some things just take time. "You can't produce a baby in one month by getting nine women pregnant." - Warren Buffet So, if you're ready to begin, here are some of the things that will help you get traffic to your website: 1: Produce Valuable Content First and probably the most important things is to produce valuable content. Not only it will help you get more traffic, it will also help you build trust and make more sales. How will valuable content help you get more traffic? First of all, it will get more shares. The only reason people will share your content with their friends is if they like it and the only way they'll like it is if it is valuable. It could be funny, helpful, informational or whatever but it needs to give the audience some sort of value. Secondly, it will have better rank in search engine. A lot of people run after Google, trying to do everything possible to get a good rank but not realizing that Google runs after value. Think about it, the two biggest factors for ranking in Google are first, keywords (anyone can do it) and second, backlinks (especially from quality sources). Now anyone can add their target keywords on their site and in their content but you can't get backlinks from other big sites if your content sucks. The only reason any authority site will link back to your site within their content is if your site provides value to their readers. Third reason why you should produce valuable content is, so that you can sustain the traffic coming to your website. Let's say you somehow manage to get traffic to your website (suppose you used paid traffic), but will those visitors stay on your website or visit your site again if they find no value there. People don't visit your site because of you, they visit because of themselves and if they find no value in exchange of their time and attention why would they ever visit again or why would they share it with their friends? Now in order to produce valuable content you'll need to understand your audience's need and produce content that they find helpful or interesting. Stop writing content to impress Google or to get more shares and start writing it for your audience; you'll end up with much better rank and higher shares. Producing valuable content will automatically enable you to take advantage of two biggest online traffic sources; search engine and social media. 2: Get Some Initial Visitors Just by constantly producing valuable content you'll end up with a lot of consistent traffic to your site in long term but you'll have to bring some initial visitors to your site or else how would anyone find out about your great content anyways? In the beginning you'll have to bring few people to your website and then (if they liked your content) they'll tell other people about it and will visit your site again and in this way your site will continue to get more and more visitors. Plus at the same time your site will begin to get mentions on other websites thus building backlinks for you and getting better and better rank in Google (that means more traffic) and this will become a cycle... More people = more shares + more backlink = even more people But getting those initial visitors is an important part to begin this cycle. So, how do you get some initial traffic to your site? Here I'm gonna give you some techniques you can use: Social Media First thing you can do is to share your content on your own social media accounts. Every time you write a new post or produce a new piece of content, share it with your own friends or followers on Facebook or Twitter or LinkedIn. You can also join Facebook and LinkedIn groups related to your topic and share your posts in those groups. Other Sources Another thing you can do is to convert a small part of your post to other formats and share it on different platforms. Like you can make a short video from your post and add it to YouTube and link back to the original post in the description so that anyone who wants to get full content would visit your site. You can do the same thing in other formats too, like you can convert your post into PDF or PPT and add it to Slideshare or convert it to an infographic and add it to Pinterest etc. (with a link back to your site obviously) Guest Posting Third thing you can do is to guest post on other blogs. You can find out blogs similar to your blog but having bigger audience than you, and add guest posts on them with a link back to your content. Most of the small bloggers will allow you to write a guest post on their blog as long as you're giving value within your content. You can link back to your site somewhere within the content of your guest post or you can link back in the end (in 'about the author' section). Do yourself a favor and save your time by following these two rules; first of all do not send guest posting request to blogs that don't allow guest posting (check out their blog's rules first) and secondly, don't send requests to huge authority blogs (like Forbes or INC) especially in the beginning they won't accept it. Start with small blogs and as you progress you can begin to write for huge blogs. Note: Guest posting is not only going to give you some initial traffic it is also a great way of building backlinks and thus by writing guest posts you're increasing your blog's search engine rank in long term. Forums and Quora Other than these three things you can use Forums and sites like Quora to get some initial visitors. Find out some of the most popular forums in your niche and join them. Most of the forums allow you to add a signature (with a link) that's displayed with all your posts. Just add the link back to your site in your signature and start adding posts. Spend 5-10 minutes daily on forums answering other posts and you'll start getting traffic to your site. You can also use the site Quora. Join Quora and start answering questions related to your topic with a link back to your content wherever it's relevant. 3: Build An Email List Now the last tip for this post is to build an email list and I suggest that you start building your email list as soon as you start your blog. Email list is not going to help you with attracting or bringing traffic to your site but it will help you sustain your traffic. Every time someone visits your site, reads your content and leaves it, even if they do have liked your content chances are they'll forget about your site and will never visit again. To prevent this, you can get their email address when they first visits your site and then every time you create a new post or publish something you can send them an email and bring them back to your site. Building an email list is a very effective way of growing and maintaining your audience. Think about it, the only people who'll give you their email address are the ones who liked your content and trusted you and thus when you publish a new post they have a much higher chances visiting and reading it (all you have to do is to send them an email to inform them about your new stuff). Since, your email list subscribers have liked your stuff in first place thus they have a much higher chances of sharing it with their friends and thus bringing more people to your site, which ultimately will lead to more emails and thus more traffic and so on. The most popular way of getting email addresses is by offering something to your audience in exchange like a book or course etc. Create something valuable related to your topic and offer it to your audience in exchange of their email address. You can take help from online tools like Convert Kit. It will help you build forms and landing pages to collect emails and create broadcast and automatic email sequences. Summary The first and most important thing to build long term traffic is to constantly create valuable content for your audience. Get some initial visitors to your site from social media, forums, Quora, guest posting etc. Above all start building an email list from the beginning, it will help you grow your audience to a huge level.
  14. chasingpatients

    Back Link Exchange Here

    Hello, Anyone looking to exchange back links through guest post posts? It is white hat practice if the back link exchange are relevant to one another. If you have a blog or site you can offer back linking please let us know here
  15. chasingpatients

    Is HTTPS better than HTTP?

    I heard Google favors sites with https:// vs http:// Does anyone know if there is any truth to this?
  16. A good article over on SEL on some local SEO tactics you might not be using. 5 local search tactics your competitors probably aren’t using
  17. hello friends, anyone can tell me What is referral traffic?
  18. I need some backlinks vendors, for english-speaking websites, dedicated to financial topics. Business, news, technologies, cryptocurrencies are ok too. Only high-quality websites, not Indian/Pakistani blogs =) Would appreciate some info and contacts of such vendors. Thx!
  19. Hi Guys, I'm feeling really excited to share with you this large list of free SEO tools: Technical SEO Bing Webmaster Tools Clusteric Google Analytics Referrer Spam Killer Google Mobile-Friendly Test Google Page Speed Insights Google Search Console Map Broker XML Sitemap Validator Open SEO Stats Referral Ghost Spam Removal Tool Varvy SEO Tool Zadroweb SEO Auditor Onpage.org SEOptimer Structured Data Markup Helper Find Broken Links, Redirects & Site Crawl Tool Yellowpipe Structured Data Testing Tool Microsoft Free SEO Toolkit Rob Hammond Webmaster Tools Website Grader Nibbler Page Speed Grader Beam Us Up Xenu Link Sleuth WebCodeTools Browsershots Analytics Tools Google analytics Stat Counter Rank tracking Rankscanner WhatsMySerp Keyword Research Google Keyword Planner FAQfox Google Correlate Google Trends GrepWords Answer The Public KeywordIn Seed Keywords Soovle UberSuggest MOZ Keyword Explorer LinkBuilding Tools Disavow.it Free Broken Link Checker Marie Haynes's Disavow blacklist Backlink Watch Backlink Analysis MozBar SEO Weather's Bulk Metrics Checker SEOGadget SEOquake Link Prospecting Tools LinkClump Link Prospecting Scraper Data Miner Domain Hunter Plus Content Optimization Tools Hreflang Tags Generator Tool LSIGraph Plagiarism Checker Zest Feedly WP Smush Content Writing Tools Portent's Content Tweak Your Biz Title Generator Contentrow Tools Social Media Tools Klear Refind Yala Ghost Browser Twazzup Icerocket Riffle Local SEO Tools Microdata Generator Imforsmb.com's Bulk Keyword Generator Google Location Changer (SERPs) FreeReviewMonitoring Visual Media Tools Adobe Spark Gifs TinyJpg Kraken Social Image Resizer Too Meme Generator Adobe Color CC Google Drawings Giphy Quickmeme Virool VideoSpy For YouTube Feedback Tools Easypolls Poll Maker Google Forms Webinar Tools Google Hangouts Periscope Email Discovery MailTester.com Guesser Rapportive Google Alerts Actually here is a list of more paid, freemium, and tools with free versions:https://fortunelords.com/seo-tools/
  20. Which parameters to focus during competitor analysis of a website?
  21. Hi friends, Can anyone help me to increase citation score in SEO? Which activities are good for citation building in SEO?
  22. The main benefit of posting Ads on classified site is Classified sites help us to boost traffic on our website. Their is a large huge traffic on classified site. And the main reason of why classified site give huge amount of traffic is that classified site is a storage of large number of products and services. Lots of people land on classified site and give their product and services listing. Also people land on classified site for searching of their need like if they are looking for some services and products so they come on classified site and search really what they are looking for. The top 5 Post Free Ads classified site that help you too boost traffic are- 1 . Craiglist 2 . Oodle 3 . Digisok 4 . Olx 5 . Backpage
  23. Hey guys, I recently posted this in Serpline but wanted to share a short and sweet version with my fellow TrafficPlanet members. I hope you will enjoy reading. (7422 words, 97 images, and highly actionable tips) If you have been in SEO for a while you will know what that feeling is like when you send an email asking for a link. You cross your fingers, hoping they love your content enough to link to it. But there is a better solution. And that solution is a technique known as Broken Link Building. From a low cost and no cost tools to premium solutions, advanced techniques, and even outreach emails, we have covered it all. What you are going to learn (divided by chapters); 1. Broken Link Building – Using Expired Domains Have you ever thought about finding link building opportunity, using expired domains? Instead of chasing domains all over the web you can just grab expired domain with high metrics and see what is linking to that. This is not as saturated as much as other methods because people usually don’t see it as an opportunity. For this chapter, I will use Expiredomains, Godaddy, Flippa, and FreshDrop. 2. Wikipedia Broken Link Building Techniques As we all know, Wikipedia is the largest and the most informative online encyclopedia. It is almost impossible to make any search for any terms that don’t contain a Wikipedia link in top 10 search results. Great opportunity for you to make your link profile looks much better. There’s only one problem. Finding Wikipedia broken links is a HUGE pain and time consuming. But, there’s a solution. I’m going to show you exactly how to use Wikipedia in a smart way to gain unlimited links which will boost your traffic. 3. Deep Broken Link Building – Second Level You already know how to find broken links from your industry in one of the most authoritative sites on the web. But what if you can dig deeper for more websites with decent authority. 4. Outdated Content Link Creation Today I’m going to present you another great piece of broken link building strategy. What is it all about? Finding and revamping outdated content on authority websites. This is actually a brilliant combination of broken link building and guest posting. 5. Find Broken Links Directly On Sites From Your Industry As you probably already noticed people are not diligent in updating content. Most of them are write, publish and leave it just like that to collect the dust. That’s the same for authority websites. In this module, we will focus on authority websites from your industry or so called Linkreators. (Linkreators are people, who tend to write and share about the same subject that you do). Now, just imagine if you can find broken links on their authority sites and offer to replace with yours. Sounds good? 6. Not Broken Links Opportunity As you all know, Google changed their name of their Google Keyword Tool (to Google Keyword Planner) and this means that anyone linking to the old name has an outdated link to an outdated tool. No matter what industry you happen to be in, just like with the old Google Keyword Tool, there are tons of links that technically still work but are outdated for one reason or another. 7. Ahrefs – Broken Link Checker Ahrefs is my favorite tool for finding broken link building, outdated content and links that are outdated. Ahrefs is much more than that but I will keep explaining about broken link building techniques and how to use it the smart way. Why did I choose to use this powerful tool? Because you won’t need a pile of plugins, browser extensions, and web services for your broken link building campaigns any more. 8. Find Broken Links Using Screaming Frog This is another great, desktop based tool for finding and checking broken links. Actually, Screaming Frog is much more than that. There are free and paid versions. The free version is limited to 500 URLs which is quite enough for your first batch of research. You can also purchase premium version and unlock all other features. For this example let’s use the free version of Screaming Frog. 9. Dead Link Checker Dead Link Checker is a free online tool that allows you to check a whole website or single page of a site. 10. Domain Hunter Plus Domain Hunter Plus is another free tool, this time from Netvantage Plus. The difference with this tool is that it is a Chrome Browser extension rather than a website. 11. Broken Link Checker The Broken Link Checker is another online tool. The main difference between this and the Dead Link Checker is that there seems to be no limit on the number of web pages you can check. That being said I know that they have a “free limit†of 3000 pages per site, but again this is more than enough for most SEO uses. 12. Xenu Link Crawling Tool Ok, so the Xenu link sleuth programme is old as the internet (or certainly seems that way) and it is included in many tools online. 13.Dr. Link Checker Dr Link Checker is another cloud based Link Checker, that is fast and free to use. 14. Canned Response Gmail Feature Canned responses won’t find you any broken links but it will help you to get links once you find them. The best part it is free and it is in Gmail. What Is A Canned Response? Well, a canned response is simple a template you can pre write to save you time and energy writing out emails and also copying and pasting. 15. Making A List For Outreach So you need to make a list and check it twice. Your job is going to find out which webmasters are naughty or nice (sorry I couldn’t resist adding that). Having done link building for what seems like forever, I can tell you that it ain’t easy. But why has link building become such a pain in the backside? 16. How To Find Someone’s Email Now we know that one link can really benefit a site (which is why SEO is so important) and we know that to get a link from others requires great outreach. But here is the thing. Great outreach requires you to contact people and to do that you need their emails! 17. Email Templates And Outreach This is the juicy part of the article, some free templates. Now here is the thing, outreach works but only if you are good at it. https://serpline.com/broken-link-building/ Any questions, feedbacks - hit me up!
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