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Do Image Alt and Title Tags Really Matter for SEO?

Posted by on October 18th, 2018

Let’s try a little experiment. Visit any webpage, it doesn’t matter what it is. In your browser, find the web developer section, or wherever the option is hidden, and view the source code for the page. What do you see? A bunch of HTML, right? Probably some CSS, maybe some JavaScript. It might be nicely […]

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5 PBN Case Studies on Overall Safety and Effectiveness

Posted by on October 5th, 2018

The use of Private Blog Networks, or PBNs, is a contentious issue amongst marketers. Some will insist that they’re perfectly safe and effective. Others will admit that, while they are effective, they carry with them an element of risk. Others will tell you that they don’t work, they’re too risky to even attempt, and the […]

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How Much Can You Get Paid Writing for Forbes?

Posted by on August 27th, 2018

It has been a rough few years for high profile contributor networks and various groups of unpaid, SEO-friendly guest blogging locations. A number of contributor networks have shut down, some sites entirely, some just their casual contributors. HuffPost is one of the major announcements of the year. Forbes, in case you’re scared based on the […]

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The Hoth Review: How Effective Is Their Link Building Service?

Posted by on August 4th, 2018

I have mentioned The Hoth before on this blog, though only in passing. Since then, I’ve received a few requests for a review, with some others asking my opinion on their services more in general. I decided to give them a more solid look and see what I think. The Hoth’s Services The Hoth bills […]

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Our Grammarly Review – Is It Worth The Monthly Price?

Posted by on June 24th, 2018

Whenever you’re writing anything for publication, it’s well worth the time to make sure your writing is as consistently high quality as possible. In some cases, this means a dedicated proofreading. In some cases, it means cranking up all of the grammar settings in the program you’re using to write. In some cases, it’s best […]

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Myths Debunked: Is Guest Blogging a Waste of Time and Effort?

Posted by on June 18th, 2018

Some people dive into guest posting and come out of it with a book deal, a thousand new subscribers, and a bunch of sales. Other people jump in and get essentially nothing out of it but some content on another site. Everyone has different experiences, and there are a lot of factors that influence this. […]

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50 Free Sites to Post Your Company’s Press Release

Posted by on May 30th, 2018

Marketing via a press release is one of the oldest techniques in the book. It’s also vastly misunderstood. Far too many people get press releases and guest posts confused, and try to submit one in place of another. Press releases, even those aimed at marketing, are a very specific kind of document. A press release […]

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25+ Cryptocurrency Blogs That Are Accepting Guest Posts

Posted by on April 17th, 2018

Cryptocurrencies are a booming industry. There’s a ton of experimentation – and exploitation – going on, so there’s a huge demand for fast, accurate information. If you have your finger on the pulse of the industry, if you’re at the cutting edge of the technology, or if you’re vigilant at identifying and calling out the […]

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A Complete Review and Analysis of Content Marketing Institute

Posted by on April 2nd, 2018

The Content Marketing Institute is not what you would think of as a typical institution.  They aren’t a university, they aren’t a place of higher education, they aren’t accredited by the board of education or anything like that.  It’s just a brand name, albeit one that describes what they do fairly well. The CMI is, […]

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Why Did The Huffington Post Close It’s Contributor Program?

Posted by on March 28th, 2018

One of the early foundational reasons that the Huffington Post became as large and as successful as it is, is the existence of their contributor program. The contributor program was launched in 2005, so it had a good run. By the time HuffPost decided it was time to shut it down, they had amassed more […]

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