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What Your SEO Campaign Needs

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Only advanced SEO methods produce the results that you really want. There uncommon tactics will help your site get better positioning in Google.

Use a service like Ahrefs to find sites that are linking to your competitors. You might have trouble getting page 1 competitor links but as you move further down in the results, you will find that older sites linking out to page 5+ will be willing to add your site to their set of relevant links. Send their webmaster a request to link to your new more robust content.

Info graphics still work but are getting a little overplayed. Make sure your info graphic has great data and looks incredible. Add some motion to your info graphic to get a lot more social shares and traffic back to your site.

The Simpler Way to Guest Post (MyBlogGuest Infographic)

Are you looking for opportunities to help improve your visible presence online? As a blogger, marketer or freelance writer, you are likely to have to contend with a massively over saturated market with too much competition to stand out.

Obviously, you can do things the hard way. You can spend hours every week on Twitter, Google and various blogs looking for guest blogging opportunities - which is more or less the only way a writer can reach the public these days.

Or you can try a simpler way that is called MyBlogGuest.

What Is MyBlogGuest?

The idea is pretty simple. You sign up and bring with you all those posts you want to market to other blogs. When you sign up, you can also sync up your social media profiles (such as Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon and others), as well as blogs or websites you own or regularly write for. This helps them determine your “power”, while also promoting you and your sites.

Once you are signed up and your profile is saved, you can get to work. Write great guest articles and upload them. These will all go into the Article Gallery. Once there, blog owners can look and make bids on the piece. They will tell you where and when they will want to post. Immediately, you get to choose the best offer and end up with a high powered link to add to your current sample collection.

Rethinking SEO through Social Signals [Infographic]

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During recent years in field of search optimization, there has been a push for SEO strategies to incorporate what is known as social media optimization. Older, more established companies that still go the way of the dinosaur will say that there's no verifiable impact because most social media provides links that are "nofollow" Though it was a relatively small test, the data behind this infographic shows otherwise.

We at TastyPlacement, Inc. decided to conduct a test of six similarly situated websites. While the results are not concrete, the tendencies that each nearly identical website displayed are signs that are trustworthy enough which to take note.

In fact, the results make sense once you take a look at each of them. It makes sense that Google, no matter how sophisticated its algorithms may ever be, will find that the most reliable search results are those which people manually "approve". The basis for Google Plus activity affecting search engine ranking therefore make sense, as does the amount of Google Followers, Facebook promotion and even Twitter tweets.

The Forbidden side of SEO techniques

You probably know that SEO (short from search engine optimization) is actually the process of improving the visibility of a web page. You can do that using White Hat SEO techniques but this will take you a lot of time and all these methods won’t be enough to improve the visibility of your web page. But here comes the term Black Hat or in short SEO methods that are used for manipulating the search engines’ index. These techniques are cheaper and work faster than the ones known as White Hat. As you may suppose  Black Hat tactics are forbidden and often penalized because they do not follow the rules of the search engines. Cookie stuffing, page hijacking, keyword stuffing, link farms are the names of only a few of many others Black Hat techniques that are used nowadays. Imagine that you can make ten different articles with unique content from a single one. It sounds like a miracle, but this term is actually known as article spinning and of course belongs to one of the Black Hat techniques. Even though all these methods are often penalized by the search engines who can blame you for using them when this kind of SEO practices will save you not only time but also money and efforts.

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