How to Get Quality Inbound Links to Your Site Every Day


by Michael Chibuzar

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How do you get quality inbound links?


What would high-quality links do for your site?


Improve your rankings, yield more organic visitors and refer people from other sites.

Over the past years, Google has redefined the way links are built. But they didn’t bring anything new – but only moved towards building an information databank where search users can benefit from the search results. It’s always been their objective from day one.


Click Here: 7 Secrets To Befriend The Google Mobile Friendly Update


by Michael Chibuzar

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Who says Google can't favor your site?

Well they can, if you follow the right process. A research statistics by Google revealed that, "72% of consumers want mobile-friendly sites and 67% of consumers are willing to buy a product or use a service on a mobile-friendly site." 

Forget about the penalty that you got (if any), and just focus on the rewards of the moment. And remember that most SEO advice no longer works.

Google mobile friendly update is almost 30 days old, and a lot of sites have lost their rankings. Some others benefitted from it. More so, what can you do right now to improve your search traffic and rankings? This update is for your good, see it that way.

9 Internal Linking Rules You Must Know


by Michael Chibuzar


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Are you ready to rank higher in Google?

In this article, you get 9 pro tips to improve your site’s internal linking structure. The main purpose of this is not only to shed light on a complicated subject matter in SEO but to improve your content marketing.

We won't just discuss well-structured internal linking procedures – we also deal with smart internal linking structure.

As one of the main and the most attractive ingredients in attracting new clients and retention strategies for existing clients, internal linking should be done by pros and beginners.

12 SEO Strategies that No Longer Work


by Michael Chibuzar

Most SEO strategies have been buried.     seo strategies

Would you like to know them…?

Search engine optimization is a fluid, ever-changing set of best practices.

Since Google gets the lion’s share of search queries in the US, it only makes sense that SEO gurus appease Google’s algorithms while putting others (like Bing and Yahoo!) on the back burner.

Of course, Google isn’t totally transparent with how their algorithms work so there’s no cheat sheet to really make the most of your SEO.

However, the company (and Matt Cutts, Google’s spam master) has been very vocal about what not to do.