Multi-Domain Strategy In SEO So I feel like its everyone’s dream to be a media conglomerate, why buy one newspaper when you can buy 100s? Well, SEO and the internet are one big community…so in the analogy … why build multiple newspapers in the same city? No one would do […]
Keywords And Finding Topics That Your Client’s Is Interested In Wordtracker is a tool offered by a company that provides 12 free searches. I’m not super sold on its grand ability, it took the phrase IT Managed Services and tied into it “movie star planet”, “management definition” and “managed service […]
Its something farthest from your mind, I’m sure. If you’re working for a political campaign you’re pushing forward and the next 5 weeks are all out war ahead. What to do with your campaign site after the election? Heck I suspect some of you are just now getting around to your website, or many feel it hasn’t helped in the past so no need to worry. You’d be wrong if you fall into either of those mindsets, if you’re the diligent one you’ll find the rewards are like a garden.
I started renting a house in my hometown after returning from Chicago and suddenly I found I had room to grow things. I wanted hydrangeas so I planted 14 or so … it took a lot of them to make a show at a gallon a plant. We also planted a grapevine. Not much happened though, and I could have easily given up after the summer, just ignore them…but they were never going to be mature in one season. A grapevine takes 3 years before it produces grapes, I learned hydrangeas were “old” wood and new growth wouldn’t come from new plant life. If you get where I’m going, I’ll stop with the gardening story. You’re website will not produce fruit in its first couple months.
Domain age actually has both a direct and indirect effect on your ranking. For one, a website thats been up and running since the last election has had links from other sites organically made, not a ton if you just leave it sitting there but definitely more than if you take it down and just hold on to the domain. In a previous post I mentioned it takes 3 to 6 months to rank a site, you’ll be a step further if you just leave it up and alone. (Best not alone, maybe post a new article every couple months.)
What would Google Cloud need to do to catch up to AWS and Azure? Matt Leffler, I host another complete web stack on GCP Answered on Quora Ease of use is one thing. I have clients that can benefit from cloud based solutions. They may have a typical hosting account […]
Determining When You Have A Chance At A Keyword
So as I was reading for fun I stunbled across an often cited and well referenced Neil Patel article. So this isn’t my work but I wanted to share the excerpt from his much bigger article on how long it takes to rank.
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