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Off-Page SEO

Custom Footprints for ScrapeBox and Google Operators

After several years of dormancy, I dusted off my old copy of ScrapeBox today. I was trying to relearn it and realized that I forgot all about the cool custom footprints I used to come up with and how it helped me dig deep to scrape some of those hard to find opportunities. So here […]

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Off-Page SEO

How to Write an SEO Friendly Press Release

Writing SEO Friendly Press Releases is one of the most important¬† SEO techniques especially in this post Panda era. I also refer to press releases in this article titled Inoculate your site. They are almost just like internet soundbites to-the-point and ready for mass circulation. Writing an awesome press release for the internet may also […]

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On-Page SEO

Guest Blogging Aint Dead Yet

After Matt Cutts post about guest blogging sent a ripple through the webmaster community, I wanted to clear some of the smoke and explain why I think Matt Cutts is just trying to use scare tactics and discourage hard working SEOs. As we say back home in North Carolina, If you believe this, I got […]

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Off-Page SEO

Link Buying Ain’t Dead Yet!

It’s been a while since my last comprehensive post so I figured I better come out with this epic guide to make up for it. That being said, I teamed up with an old colleague of whom I’ve worked with for over 5 years now in Canada, Romania and the Philippines. You may know him […]

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SEO News

Google Uses Analytics Data Against You

I have reason to believe Google just started using your traffic stats against you! I’ve come across two cases this month where the exact low performing keywords were abruptly removed from Googles search results resulting in a 20%+ loss in organic traffic. If this happened once, I could see this being just pure coincidence but […]

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On-Page SEO

Matt Cutts on How to Identify Panda Penalty

Matt still didn’t answer Nandita’s question in the video, How will a webmaster know if they are being affected by the Panda and I think that’s because the answer is, you will not know and you are not meant to know. Google doesn’t want to tell you the exact mechanisms of the algorithm. If your […]