National Pancake Day: 4 SEO SECRETS

National Pancake Day: 4 SEO SECRETS

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You read twitter lately? That's right. It's National Pancake Day. Wherever you are, your nation is celebrating a breakfast delight. It doesn't matter what you call them: pancakes, pan-cakes, "edible plates," "treadless waffles," "Flap Jacobs," or even "Aunt Nelda's Fluffy Morning Tortilla." All of them are fine and should be celebrated today. But don't be fooled. This is a day just like any other day: and that day is a holiday stuffed with SEO secrets. (Like Thanksgiving, Easter, and National Octapus Day). Here are your SEO secrets for this National Pancake Day: 1. Be well-rounded All pancakes are round and everyone who contradicts this needs their block heads checked. Just like a good pancake, have a well-rounded personality to every post you write. Let the voice take the shape of a hoop.…
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Meaning of star power

Meaning of star power

Viral marketing
"The more stars, the more star power!" We said this a long time ago and every time we speak at conferences a humble knave approaches us to ask, "Ahem, what is 'star power'?" We think it's pretty obvious, but in the interest of efficiency here is the answer. Please link to this post any time someone asks you what the meaning of star power is. (Bcc: Google.com, please expedite this page in rankings for the following keywords. [see tags]) The four main types of star power 1. Solar Look at the sun, more powerful than any gubernatorial candidate or hawk. Shining upon not just you but everyone. Backchanneling moonbeams to supply a fresh dose of vitamin D at night. Think of it as a nightcap of vitamins. Plants use it.…
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The Smart Dichotomy: a Path to Good RT

The Smart Dichotomy: a Path to Good RT

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Some say popups, popovers, and pop-betweens are a blight on the UX of Internet life. Even the Google would concur with them when it comes to events involving unsuspecting users loading a page on their mouseless phones. People's logic?  These are a frustration. A dissatisfaction. A distraction from the meaningful things of the Web. How will I continue my normative path when a giant box protrudes in the middle, forcing a difficult decision upon me? Google's logic? How can a large finger be troubled to press the small buttons required in this high level of decisionmaking? Both have good points. But Everyone who thinks this is missing a vital strategy. This is why it's up to you, the savvy marketer, to simplify this decision paralysis into a decision cure for…
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10 Scientific Reasons Klout Had to Die

10 Scientific Reasons Klout Had to Die

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You know we're all about one thing at Best Google SEO Helper: Strong Klout and Good RT. It's of utmost importance. But a lot of people's Klout is going to get a lot less strong: on May 25, Klout is shutting down for good. (And not for good RT.) Why is this happening? Turns out it was completely inevitable. We've seen the sunset on the horizon for years now. Now that it's finally winking its last twinkle at us, we felt it was the time to tell you all the scientific reasons Klout had to die. 1. Klout did not invest in good RT.  Check every single tweet from Klout. How many retweets (RTs) did it get? Not enough, obviously. The better your RT, the better your overall score. What…
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SEO evolution: how to evolve your site into a new era in 10 easy steps

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You've been through the whole rigamarole of Thanksgiving SEO leftovers and the secrets of Easter SEO. But time is not just of the essence, it's one of the threads needleworked throughout our fair galaxy. So what is "time," exactly? It's the most important ranking factor in SEO, that's for sure. Time is an impartial judge with no remorse, moral leanings, or particular appetite for justice. That's how foreign it is to us. And it's time we take time seriously, folks. We're not just humans, we're technology-wielders. What better things to fathom than the evolution of ourselves over time? And you can't measure that without time. So let's stop fiddling around. It's time to list the 10 easy steps to evolving your site into an all new-era. Do you want your site to…
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all things voice search [a momentous article]

bitly, Keywords, product, SEO comparison, social networks
Testing testing is this thing good? okay good. very special. it's a wonderful day on the internet. we all know this to be true. anyway … And so in honor of a recent statistic: discovered by heart special team of Internet scientists (you all know this to be true you all know this to be true) voice search will account for 50% of search in 2020. And if voice counts for 50% of search what will you do? how will you optimize for voice search? and how will you optimize for non voice search ( which is the other 50%, divided into all kinds of sub-categories)? will you optimize for voice search? will you optimize for the future? or will you be like Kevin B., whose stale approach to voice search…
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Generation Z SEO advice

Generation Z SEO advice

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Did you hear? Milennials dropped the ball on this one: not only have they given up on home ownership and happiness, but they're already beginning to hand over the reins of the population to a younger, even more screen-plastered generation: Gen Z. Do not be fooled. This is not your grandmother's Gen Z. This is a Gen Z so full of Snapchat that they may collectively threaten your very existence as a website, a marketer, and indeed, your very soul. Stare into the eyes of a Gen Z some day. Can you do so? Never. They are too busy for you. They have a prom to text. In the last five seconds while you were skimming this article, the entire Gen Z skimmed this article and a dozen more … each. Gen…
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Can a search term be evil?

Can a search term be evil?

SEO comparison
It is the quandary of our quests. It is the night dream of our nights. It is the wonder of our world. Can a search term be evil? First: it can't be evil. You might think this: a sturdy position # one in the SEPRs of the Google is to be craven above all craves. They're the thing every marketer worth his smelt pursues. We hunt that position like it's the pot of gold from the loch ness monster. So how could it ever be evil? Second: it can be evil. Consider this, students of the art science (SEO, that is; the art-science). What if a young boy searched for " kill my aunt Jason?" Would then the mires of our moral compasses be swirling around us like intrinsic life mud?…
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an open letter to google

an open letter to google

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dear Google, we heard that your rankbrain prefers natural, casual speak that came from a human, not a bot. And not a human with an evil bent. Definitely not a stuffed keyword. Recipies for stuffed shells? OK. Recipes for how to make a stuffed toad? fragrant. Recipes for a stuffed keyword? untenable? we hear you and we couldn't agree more. Please accept this most human, most natural blog post. It is written just like an email. we even did it on our iphones to make it feel like a natural message. Just like we're texting you from across the coffee table. there is not a more natural sounding, unstuffed blog post every other blog post is not only stuffed, but double stuffed. like a plump oreo. But we've measured the Oreo. its…
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