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  1. Using Majestic's Topical Trust Flow to Find Online PR Opportunities

    The next step is to filter topics by the word 'News' as in: So by moving from a single topic 'News / Newspapers' to search for topics that include the word 'News', we uncover many more opportunities. Furthermore, the tools shows that the journalist...

  2. How to Detect and Deal With Toxic Content (That Could Poison Your Entire Site)

    Now, I'm not saying it's all about word count, since there are instances where you can deliver value in a few hundred words. So if you're taking inventory, low word count is a key indicator to note for locating potential trouble spots across your...

  3. 10 Shocking Facts About Content Marketing Today

    With social channels such as LinkedIn and Twitter, it's quick and easy to get the word out about your goods and services. Active blogs can create a breadcrumb trail for more leads and set the sales team up for success; pointing to an expert and in...

  4. A Recipe for a Tasty Semantic Search & SEO Salad

    The Oxford dictionary defines semantics as "the analysis of word meanings and relations between them. Before, if your article was well written, you might use jaguar, panther, or jungle cat in order to both show some variety and hit some synonyms.

  5. Should You Syndicate Your Blog to Get More Traffic & Leads?

    The Final Word on Syndication So when it comes to promoting a blog post, I'm usually looking for ways to get each painstakingly written blog post reach as many people as possible. Some of the strategies marketers use to build traffic include guest...

  6. Blog SEO Quiz – Test Your Blog Optimization Knowledge

    One of my German colleagues used a different word: lurkers. Blogs should be written for the 5th to 8th-grade reading level. None of these groups expect a blog or a website to be written at the 8th-grade level.