SEO can be challenging for startups. Search engine results heavily favor big brand websites with thousands of links, a recognizable brand name, and virtually unlimited budgets for fresh content. Faced with daunting odds and tepid initial results, many startups quickly give up on SEO as a viable marketing channel. That’s a huge mistake.
Lately I’ve been getting more and more cold, salesy emails cluttering up my inbox each day.
Medium can be an effective additional content marketing platform but you need to put the work into building your own blog if you want to build a successful content marketing effort.
Sometimes the reason that a page does well for a keyword is pretty obvious. Other times it takes some real digging into the numbers to understand what is really going on. Lucky for us CanIRank provides us with both the data that we need to dig deep AND easy to understand graphics to help us make sense of the data.
Amazon’s strategy is to provide access to an extremely large number of products. This broad approach also means that their strategy stretches thin in places. If you can challenge them in areas where they are vulnerable it is possible to outrank them.
Being successful for our apps and brands means that we need to maximize the return on each hour that we spend. One of the best ways to do that is to leverage the networks of those people who are already trusted in a certain area.
In the past year CanIRank has grown to become one of the SEO industry’s most respected keyword research and competitive analysis tools. We’ve analyzed over a quarter of a million websites, crunching 50,000,000+ raw data points from 11 different sources down into 25,000 Action Recommendations and 3.5 million Keyword Ideas. That’s turning data into action!…
The Long Tail by Chris Anderson is a fascinating book full of convincing evidence explaining the concept of The Long Tail. If you are interested in the concept of the Long Tail or digital retail sales then I would recommend reading it. If you are interested in content marketing like us then you should just…
How about a 5 point rundown on the absolute must do SEO tasks for busy web designers? With these 5 points you will have taken care of the basics of SEO so if you have time you can come back and do a more in depth optimization in the future.
Stop spending hours digging around in spreadsheets to find winning keywords. These 2 steps will show you how to find one in 10 minutes.