Finally: an SEO Chrome extension that takes our knowledge to you!

Finally: an SEO Chrome extension that takes our knowledge to you!

You remember the first time you wondered if you had good RT and strong Klout? Of course you did. We all do. But that is not what makes us special: it’s merely what makes us human. We become special not by asking ubiquitous SEO and amorous link questions, but by answering them.

This time we need more than a clever blog article. We need more than a knowledge-dipped blow dart. We need a tool of the finest kind, a tool so forged that George Washington would say, “Hello there.” (George Washington was a very busy man who normally nodded whenever he saw someone he knew, but did not often speak. He was tongue-tied and busy with freedom.)

“The internet is filled with petty Chrome extensions that can never give you what you need: strong Klout and good RT”

logo128x128The internet is filled with petty Chrome extensions that can never give you what you need: strong Klout and good RT. But that is all changing this very minute (for the writer of this blog post is writing this at the same time our high-end developers code the very thing I describe).

We made a Chrome extension to tell two things:

  1. Do you have strong Klout and good RT?
  2. How can you?

What if you didn’t have this? Well, until you read this, you don’t. This is such a sad fact of the past world and we could not go any further without stopping everything to build this Chrome extension for your SEO and link needs.

How to acquire the Best Google SEO Helper Chrome extension

Just click the link and, in the Chrome store, click the “Free” button. This tells the computer that you admire this Chrome extension for on-page SEO. Gratuitously, your computer fetches our obtuse files and plays them on your hard drive. This is very similar to watching a movie, or playing a game of hide-and-seek, except that it happens very quickly—at least instantly.

Just click the button for a knowledge upgrade. Incredible!

Why we crafted the Best Google SEO Helper Chrome extension

We know that you have encountered many people in this world of SEO and they tell you SEO is hard work. NOT SO. SEO is about working more intelligently and not getting bogged down by whatever happens to come to mind. (Remember, it’s about RT, not FAV.)

So many people and businesses ask us if their RT is good and their Klout strong. We don’t know off the bat because we do not own their websites or Google their analytics. It’s illegal. So we got tired of telling people we could not help them without further information. We cannot emotionally tolerate letting a customer down. It’s not in our nature.

So we made a Chrome extension instead.

This is us just taking the juicy knowledge in our minds and downfiling it to the Internet: it lives in your plugin bar. That’s right: all of our team’s considerable wisdom is crammed and condensed into a 19px by 19 px box for you to absorb.

Simply click the Chrome extension and you will immediately know if the page you are viewing has strong Klout and good RT. If you do not know, please uninstall and reinstall because your computer may be bad.

This is knowledge in the 21st century. The software century. It is here to stay and so are we.

Download this amazing thing now.

RT vs. FAV: which is better?

In the world of Twitter for small and enterprise businesses, there are many metrics of note. You can look at how many followers you have. You can examine the amount of people/members you are following. You can even create intricate lists.  But there are more metrics.

One is what you must always reach for and contain in your grasp. The other will only rob you of every effort you ever made.

The question: RT or FAV?

Have you ever vexed like a barren hen at this question? We have. But then  we discovered the answer and tension has yielded more than 40k Web  yolks a week ever since.

The answer?

RT > FAV

But remember: we are here to help, which means there’s an explanation coming up. It’s time for a memorable list of truths surrounding this.

  • RT gives you reach. FAV is a leech.
  • RT builds Klout. FAV sustains doubt.
  • RT increases. FAV decreases.
  • RT confronts problems. FAV complies with problems.
  • RT boosts growthhacking. FAV hacks your growth down.
  • RT will impress shapely humans. FAV tells everyone to pity you.
  • RT takes responsibility for its actions. FAV blames everybody else.
  • RT will give your daughter a sack of self-rising flour. FAV just wants to deflower your daughter.

You need to know this, because without good RT you will never succeed. You need strong Klout and good RT.

Not FAV.

How to get retweets

Twitter for small businesses

If you’re on the Twitter, you’re there for one thing: retweets. Good RT is the cream, you’re the dairy farmer, and Twitter is the udder. Here’s how to milk it:

  1. Start every tweet with a period. Twitter is for conversations, so many of your “tweets” will naturally begin with the username, or “handle,” of whomever you’re tweeting at. But Twitter’s algorithm has decided that only people who “follow” both parties should see the “tweet”—it’ll be invisible to the rest of the world. So start every “tweet” with a period—it’ll open you up to a world of retweets and good RT.
    1. Wrong: “@mom, see you soon!” BAD RT
    2. Right: “.@mom, see you soon!” GOOD RT
    3. Wrong: “I had the best lunch today!” BAD RT
    4. Right “.I had the best lunch today!” GOOD RT
  2. End every tweet with “RT.” Twitter is beautiful in its simplicity. Yes, one key to good RT is simple: simply end every “tweet” with RT. Your “followers” will see your command, and they will obey, honoring you with retweets many and gracious.
    1. Wrong: “I’m hungry” BAD RT
    2. Right: “I’m hungry RT” GOOD RT
  3. End every tweet with “MUST RT.” If RT is compelling, MUST RT is much more so. MUST RT tells your readers that not only should they RT your content—they must.
    1. Wrong: “Hanging out on the #deck” BAD RT
    2. Right: “Hanging out on the #deck MUST RT” GOOD RT
  4. End every tweet with “RT (‘Retweet’).” Not all Twitter users know today’s technology “lingo.” You’ll speak to more readers if you use words they understand, but how do you avoid “alienating” your other readers? Just use both words.
    1. Wrong: “Honey, I miss you” BAD RT
    2. Right: “Honey, I miss you RT (‘Retweet’)” GOOD RT
  5. End every tweet with “PLZ RT.” Web 2.0 social internets are all about being social, and part of being social is being polite. You can show politeness by adding “plz,” short for “please.” When you end a “tweet” with PLZ RT, you tell your readers that you respect them enough to want their good RT, and you care about them enough to be polite in your request.
    1. Wrong: “I’m sweaty” BAD RT
    2. Right: “I’m sweaty PLZ RT” GOOD RT
  6. End every tweet with “PLZ RT (‘Please Retweet’).” See steps 4 and 5.

Now you know how to get retweets. Which technique will you use for strong Klout and good RT? “Plz” let us know in the comments!

SEOMoz vs. Raventools: Who’s Best in SEO Help?

Every serious website owner wonders how the facts line up in the SEOMoz (now Moz) vs. Raventools war. Both provide stellar SEO help tools, but they are dramatically locked in combat for the #2 place in SEO help (after the beloved #1 Best Google SEO Helper). SEOMoz (Moz) makes stylish robotic devices capable of SEO strides, but can it really hold its own against mighty Raventools’ suite?

The leading clients choose Best Google SEO Helper, but we’re always out to show what a good decision it is to side with us. After all, we offer such strong services, we are not ashamed to boast about our competitors’ efforts, regardless of how pitifully they may manifest.

We did a cross-analysis of SEOMoz vs. (they go by Moz as of 2013) Raventools based on the major deciding factors our clients struggle through, and here’s the astonishing thing we found:

When it comes to SEOMoz vs. Raventools, SEOMoz excels in mature backlinks, while Raventools provides little more than commonplace SEO stamina.

SEO service Massive clicks Strong Klout Good RT Mature backlinks SEO stamina Best?
SEOMoz       X X No
RavenTools         X No
Best GoogleSEO Helper X X X X X Yes

SEOMoz and Moz are the clear second-place winners in this round. Surprisingly, even so, they lack two key ingredients. In a battle of SEOMoz vs. Raventools, only Best Google SEO Helper provides strong Klout and good RT.