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  1. Search Engine Optimization Companies: Break Google's Rules to Get Top Rankings?

    According to Moz's Open Site Explorer, nearly one-third of their backlinks (linking domains) have the exact same anchor text of "affordable seo". An example link (from a French site) for MainStreetHost (from September, 2013 – this isn't something...

  2. Top 8 Google Analytics Reports for Managing Organic SEO Campaigns

    In this example, Chrome and Internet Explorer seem to be doing OK but Safari has a noticeably higher bounce rate, so you might want to look into the reasons why that might be. This report shows how different browsers are performing on your site.

  3. Link Building With a Healthy Dose of Marketing: 8 Ways to Solve Problems for Free

    This was the first incarnation of the tool now known as Open Site Explorer. In 2011, Majestic SEO launched their equivalent: Majestic Site Explorer. Agarwal's altruism wasn't for naught; Barby wrote an article that sprinkled several personal thank...

  4. Majestic SEO Adds Live Rank Factors & New Link Prospecting to Search Explorer Alpha

    Majestic SEO, home to the largest open link map in the world, has just released an update to their Search Explorer Alpha tool (now version 0.3). Now, Search Explorer Alpha will share details into how and why it has ranked results the way it has...

  5. The Impact of Penguin 2.1: Recovery, Knockout Punches & Fresh Hits

    Based on links downloaded from Google Webmaster Tools, Majestic SEO, and Open Site Explorer, the company tackled its unnatural link situation the best it could. Learn your way around Google Webmaster Tools, Google Analytics, and link analysis tools...

  6. Become a Leading SEO Mechanic with Both Google & Bing Webmaster Tools

    The diagnostic tools category is comprised of 7 subcategories: keyword research, link explorer, fetch as Bingbot, markup validator, SEO analyzer, verify Bingbot, and site move. Link Explorer Link Explorer is probably one of the more popular tools...

  7. How to Use PPC Data to Guide SEO Strategy in a '(Not Provided)' World

    In essence, we're mostly seeing keywords from outdated versions of Safari and MSIE (Internet Explorer). Now that we know where our site shows up in organic for the top PPC keyword/landing URL combinations, we can begin forming strategy.