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July 23, 2016

On July 11th, 2016 wrote on the subject of Content Marketing,Datadial,Internet Marketing,Online PR,SEO.

Forget Your Brand and Start Earning Big Media Links »

When it comes to Content Marketing, it’s my firm belief that unusual and unexpected content gets shared a lot more than middle-of-the-road blog posts and infographics. To be fair, that’s not exactly a life-changing realisation, but it always surprises me when I work with people who seem a little hesitant to depart from their brand […]

On April 15th, 2016 wrote on the subject of Content Marketing,Internet Marketing,SEO.

How I got 80 Links by Talking About Wine »

Do you like wine? I love wine. I especially love wine because it has helped me gain placements in The Daily Mail, Business Insider,  Yahoo Finance, Shortlist and pretty much anywhere you’d want to get a placement… This isn’t a unique trait of wine. It’s a process that can be applied to any subject and […]

On February 23rd, 2016 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,SEO.

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On June 9th, 2015 wrote on the subject of SEO.

How to X-Ray Your Competition’s Backlink Profile to Steal Their Links »

* Even in 2015 Google still ranks websites mostly by counting and judging the incoming links pointing at them. Not much has changed at the core of the link-based algorithm in the last decade or so. Thus it can be very useful to determine who is linking to competing sites to literally copy or even […]

On April 25th, 2015 wrote on the subject of SEO.

My Biggest Link Building Success Story of 2014 »

* Last year I have published three(!) “biggest link building success” articles of 2013. Can I top that for 2014? Let me try. I didn’t write three “biggest” success articles to brag more last year. In fact I tend to overlook my successes while I rather dwell on my failures. Once I recognize there was […]

On April 8th, 2015 wrote on the subject of SEO.

Google Sabotage: There is No Such Thing as Negative SEO »

* Google opened the floodgates of so called “negative SEO” or rather Google sabotage with so called “unnatural links” penalties and Penguin updates. There are numerous ways by now that allow the competition to hurt your site in the results of the market-dominating search engine. It’s really pitiful but I have to tell the world […]

On March 16th, 2015 wrote on the subject of Blogging,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,SEO,Social Media.

Your Secret Weapon for Powerful Content Outreach: Native Advertising »

The whole internet may have gone completely content crazy, but developing something great to share with your target market isn’t even half the battle when you’re serious about generating great engagement, squeaky clean links and enviable organic coverage with content marketing. With the web swamped with headlines and ads all fighting to win a click, […]

On October 31st, 2014 wrote on the subject of SEO.

Google, Penguins, and Unintended Consequences »

Changes to the status quo will often have unexpected and far-reaching results; so said Robert K Merton in his Law of Unintended Consequences back in 1936. Changes that are made by governing bodies and organisers to complex structures are almost unavoidably likely to have an impact on uninvolved bystanders; such is the nature of any […]