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How to Find Guest Blogging Opportunities
Do you want to generate consistent traffic to your website and build a great brand online? Of course, you do, who doesn't? One of the best ways to do it is by getting your message across to bigger audiences on other websites? If you've tried social media and you’re not...
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7 Tips for Better Blogger Outreach for Your SaaS
Do you want a larger audience for your SaaS business? One effective way to do that is through effective blogger outreach. Here’s the truth: You’re struggling to grow your blog’s traffic, increase leads generation, and grow your revenue because you’re not reaching out to other bloggers. Whether you want more...
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How To Get First 100 Backlinks for Your SaaS Website
Links are the currency of the web! All links are not created equal. Whether you’re a B2B or B2C SaaS marketer, you need the right links to improve your performance in the search engines. Search engines have the best source of traffic. According to Outbrain, “search is the #1 driver of...
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Long Tail Keywords: How to Increase Your SEO Traffic
You’ve finally found it! The simple guide for improving your search traffic with long-tail keywords. Trust me, it’s not that hard - not when you know what to do. At the AMA Content Marketing Conference, Chris Baggott of Compendium revealed that, 70% of searches are long-tail searches. These types of keywords...
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Improve Your SaaS Organic Search CTR
So you want to know how to improve your search CTR? When I first embraced SEO, I didn’t take click-through rate seriously. Back in the days, it was a lot easier to rank on page one of Google, with much less effort. But the tide is changed now. Google algorithm updates...
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onsite conversion
How Your Homepage Plays into Conversion
Onsite conversion stems from understanding your website audience. Gary Illyes, a Web Master Trend Analyst at Google, held a lecture on Internet user characteristics. Among the very notable things he said, there was one that should stay with you when you think of users that visit your website. Do you know millennials? That part of generation Y, born between 1980...
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