Datadial Insights

August 24, 2016

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 June 3rd, 2015 wrote on the subject of Blogging.

How to Let Your Dog Create Unique Headlines for You »

* The Web is full of “me too” content using the same headline formulas. The single most significant aspect of successful headlines is their uniqueness though. People do not want to read again what they know already. They do only for very specific reasons (to confirm opinions). In most cases you need to stir curiosity […]

On May 21st, 2015 wrote on the subject of A/B Testing,Conversion Rate Optimisation.

Formulating the Value Proposition so that People Convert Right on the Homepage »

* There is a lot of advice on how to reduce bounce rates, optimize landing pages and create calls to action. Yet the most important aspect of converting websites, the value proposition gets seldom mentioned. Ideally already your slogan contains it and your potential users are not forced to watch a long video or read […]

On May 14th, 2015 wrote on the subject of Internet Marketing.

How Can Freelancers and Small Businesses Compete With Corporations? »

* These days “too big to fail” corporations rule the Web. These companies don’t pay taxes, monopolise markets and can crush any competition from average business owners or freelancers who can’t buy their way up into public attention. You can’t pay for Olympic sponsorships? Here’s what you can do instead to stay afloat and even thrive […]

On May 1st, 2015 wrote on the subject of Blogging.

The Next Level of Blogging: Examples of Video-Channels by Bloggers »

* I have noticed that more bloggers are moving onwards to video blogging and cultivating an audience on YouTube. Blogging is becoming visual literally. Here are some examples where there is no need for fancy settings or a lot of preparation from two different niches: personal development and marketing.   The Hype is Over, Now […]

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 21st, 2015 wrote on the subject of Online PR.

The 50% Success Rate Outreach Process Blueprint »

* Yes, I have done outreach occasionally myself as part of larger campaigns for a few years. Now that I specialized on outreach to bloggers, webmasters, influencers etc. I reached a success rate of 50% recently. Yes, that’s five links/mentions or positive replies per ten messages sent. How I did I achieve it and how […]

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 […]

 

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