Many say that SEO for 2015 will focus mainly on content creation and content marketing. Social media is an ever going trend and as mobile issues start to arise, you should know that mobile usability of your site is more important than before. Recently on SearchEngineLand.com, they published an article saying… Google’s webmaster trends analyst, …
I will probably get beaten real hard for this headline, but at least it should effectively steal your attention (…you will thank me for this very soon).
And if you think that this is going to be “just another list post” with advice from bloggers – you’re terribly-terribly wrong! What I don’t like about such posts is that those brief pieces of advice that are stacked together are too easy to misinterpret. Which leads to thinking: “This guy was probably wrong” (see my headline). But in reality… Nobody is actually wrong. I’ve reached out to pro bloggers and online marketers with one simple question: What is your #1 tactic for getting traffic from Twitter? And every piece of advice I got was different, but completely legitimate. However if you decide to follow it – you are very likely to fail. That’s because of the gap between “what the blogger meant to say” and “what you thought he meant”. So in this article I’m not just thoughtlessly copy/pasting the text that I’ve got from pro bloggers, but I’m actually going to explain the context that stands behind each answer. Which is going to look like this............
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