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7 Proven Strategies to Increase Your Blog’s Traffic by 206%

According to Hubspot, companies that blog have 97% more inbound links. But, you already know blogging is valuable, which is why you already have one.

But, if no one visits your blog article, how are you going to generate those links, or even more traffic or sales?

What is Domain Authority and Page Authority?

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Domain Authority is a score (on a 100-point scale) developed by Moz that predicts how well a website will rank on search engines. Use Domain Authority when comparing one site to another or tracking the “strength” of your website over time. We calculate this metric by combining all of our other link metrics—linking root domains, number of total links, MozRank, MozTrust, etc.—into a single score.

10 Tools That Will Get You More Backlink

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Do you have an SEO strategy for pushing your website to the top of the search engines?

In addition to creating high quality content, it’s imperative to focus some time and energy on a savvy link building strategy.

On the plus side, the more content that you create, the greater chance there is that you will naturally receive incoming links. Conversely, there is no guarantee that this will generate the results that you are chasing.

4 Effective Ways to Build Backlinks for a Brand New Site

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Starting to build links for a new site is a lot like climbing a mountain.

You’re starting from ground zero with a lot of enthusiasm, but when you realize you have to climb for days to get anywhere, that enthusiasm often turns to the feeling of being overwhelmed.

What is a Citation for SEO?

What is a Citation for SEO?

One of the questions we are most commonly asked at Bowler Hat is what is a citation, how does that work for SEO and more importantly how does that help local and small businesses improve their traffic from search engines?

Why Citations Are Important to the Success of Your Local Business

Citations are defined as mentions of your business name and address on other webpages—even if there is no link to your website. An example of a citation might be an online yellow pages directory where your business is listed, but not linked to. Citations can also be found on the local chamber of commerce pages, or on a local business association page that includes your business information, even if they are not linking at all to your website.

Where to Get Citations to Improve Your Local Search Engine Rankings

There are thousands of places where a citation – a mention of your business name and address, phone number or website – can be built for your local business. Every local business should focus on building a strong core of citations that not only broadens the visibility of the business but also strengthen search engines’ “trust” in the validity of the business’s existence. High-quality, authoritative citations are also viewed by experts as the #1 ranking factor in competitive local search markets.

Which Social Media Network Should You Focus On? 4 Step Guide to Finding the Answer

With so many social networks out there, have you ever wondered which social media channels should you focus on? I mean there’s Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Periscope, SnapChat, etc etc.

So how do you figure out which one is the best for your business? What’s the next big thing that you should focus on?

Why You Need to Build an Email List Right Now – And the Exact Steps on How to Get Started

For some business owners, email marketing may seem archaic. With the prevalence of social media and a hundred other forms of messaging, the traditional email format feels relatively old. However, it still remains one of the most powerful and thoroughly understood “modern” forms of communication. That’s why just about every social media platform requires you to have an email.

11 Things You Absolutely Must Do After Publishing Any New Blog Post

These tips will help you maximize the value of each blog post that you write.

Since I know this is a very valuable resource, I suggest bookmarking this page or using this guide to create a customized checklist for you.

Having said that, here are the 11 things to do after you publish your blog post.

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Why Citations Are Important to the Success of Your Local Business

Citations are defined as mentions of your business name and address on other webpages—even if there is no link to your website. An example...