SyndBuddy Box

If you create content of any kind, be that on your blog, creating videos, writing guest posts, publishing on article directories, etc., the one thing we all want is for people to see that content.

Driving traffic has been the bane of content producers for years.

Doing SEO has been the traditional way of getting content to rank in the search engines, particularly Google. But the SEO rules change a bit more frequently than we’d like. And then Google go and add new algorithms into the mix like the Panda and Penguin updates that upset the apple cart.

One day you think you’ve been doing things the right way and your sites …

Building Powerful Links

Not all backlinks are created equal.

Some are powerful and will drive your page rankings up quickly while others can end up doing more damage than good.

With that said, you can learn the difference between a powerful backlink and a really bad backlink by taking a closer look at the anatomy of the most powerful type of backlink.

Because once you understand how to identify and create the most powerful type of backlink on the planet you will see results like this-

However, before you can get results like this, you need to understand the anatomy of the perfect backlink.

And I am going to break down the most powerful type

RankCipher Box

It’s hard to get a page 1 ranking on Google, isn’t it? Then why are some complete newbies ranking on top of Google and YouTube, making bank without knowing the first thing about SEO?

Here’s one way they’re doing it.

People are getting results with this new software that is designed for non-SEO people so that they can play the SEO game.

Ranking high on Google and YouTube (which Google also owns) is amazing and will get you more traffic than you can probably handle…but…

The problem is that it requires SEO knowledge, work and connections.

Using RankCipher though, circumvents all that hard work, and it’s a traffic siphon.

It will …

UPDATE: Income Hybrid 3in1 Software Suite And WPFacePages Are No Longer Available

If you want a WordPress plugin that builds Facebook pages for you with custom tabs, etc., then I recommend the Fan Page Builder plugin. It replaced WPFacePages.

I don’t get the appeal of Facebook. I really don’t. It looks crappy (like something designed by a teenager) and it’s got the most gawd-awful user interface I’ve come across in a long, long time.

Yet people love it. Go figure.

And people love it so much, they love it more than Google. Yes, folks, it’s official, Facebook gets more traffic than Google. It’s been acknowledged by Google (who are now fighting back …

I’ve added a new page to this site called Domain Names & Blogs For Sale where I’ll be selling aged domain names and pre-built WordPress blogs. Stats for each (PageRank, Alexa traffic, pages indexed and no of backlinks) are available from the page.

If there’s a niche or topic you’d be interested in seeing a blog created for, drop me an email. I can’t promise that I have the content available to build such a blog but there’s a good chance that I do.

Check the page fairly frequently (about once a week) to see what new domains and/or blogs are on offer. …

At the end of my review of the Autoblog Blueprint course earlier this month, I mentioned that I might do a case study on one of the blogs I build using the techniques and methodologies laid out in the course. So that’s what I’m beginning here.

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Here’s what I did in the first week of setting up a new blog:

Week 1:

1. Pick a niche: I have some interest in the Green Energy / Alternative Energy / Renewable Energy niche so I did some keyword research using Market Samurai to see how competitive the niche is and if …

The Terms of Service (TOS) for Google Analytics basically say that they can do whatever they want with the data they collect from your sites and this includes using that information to determine search engine rankings.

By installing the Google Analytics code on your site, you are giving Google a back door window into your traffic patterns and they will quickly determine that your (affiliate) site is not the kind of site they want in their index. You see, Google doesn’t really like affiliate sites. Perhaps I should qualify that assertion a bit more. Google doesn’t like little-guy affiliate sites; they don’t seem to have a problem with the big guys and …

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