A little known secret of Google is that you can use advanced search operators to find very specific search results. This is extremely helpful when it comes to SEO. If you are trying to find link building opportunities and need specific sites the only way to find them is with Google search operators.
Some common uses are to find guest blogging opportunities, industry resources, niche directories, non-profit organizations, paid advertising, broken links, .edu, .gov, product review sites, and much more. These sites can be found by adding a few extra characters in a Google search. It is best to experiment with many search operators and keywords to get a wide variety of link building opportunities. You can then analyze each site in depth using Majestic Trust & Citation Flow, Moz Domain & Page Authority, Alexa, Google Page Rank, and other factors to see how valuable a backlink will be.
Learn about the various search operators below and see how they can fit your SEO strategy. These are just a few of the many search operators available by Google. These also work on many other search engines.
Infographic by : https://seooptimizers.com
For anyone that is a marketing professional you know that marketing can be a very dynamic space. Each generation brings their own methods of receptive communication methods and to add to that, the Internet changes almost daily! Keeping your skill set sharp is a must.
Our friends over at The Ladders put together this infographic offering some valuable insight on how to stay on top of your marketing game.
Who doesn’t love a great emoji these days? Our great friends over at Sprout Social put together this awesome infographic that shows how businesses and industries are taking advantage of the emoji craze.
Let’s face it, Google is intriguing to say the least. Thousands of marketers have been trying to crack the Google code since its inception. The folks at UAB School of Business recently put together this awesome infographic that dives into the science of Google in detail.
When it comes to social media you want to make sure your images fit and are sized correctly across all your social platforms. There is nothing worse than your audience coming to your Facebook and Twitter page an having it all distorted or blurry because you used an incorrect size.
Our friends over at Tent Media put together this great infographic showcasing the right image sizes for all your social platforms.
Probably one of the coolest infographics I have seen in a while. With Facebook’s recent announcement of animated GIFs this is a fitting piece of art work.
The folks over at One Productions put together this infographic discussing how native video ads are engaging brands through Facebook. Check it out!
Evergreen content could just be one of the most important things when it comes to long lasting timeless content.
The folks at KOL Limited put together this great infographic on how to best construct a winning content strategy using evergreen content.
Today’s marketer has come a long way since the early days of SEO where things looked more like a mad science project than anything else. Today’s web marketing landscape brings some new and exciting channels to the table. Channels that incorporate part artist and part scientist for proper execution.
Here is a great infographic from our friends at Sales Force and Pardot.
Using social media platforms is important, sparking social media engagement is even more important. Each platform is different and comes with its own requirements on how to do it properly. With that said no two businesses are alike and each requires its own strategy for fan engagement.
Below is a great infographic from the wonderful folks over at HubSpot and Market Domination Media that discusses some tips and pointers on how to do it right.
There is a lot going when it comes to social media. Quite often you might hear industry jargon being thrown around without actually knowing what it means. So many terms, so many phrases, what does it all mean? Well see if we can help you understand the social media circus a bit better.
Our friends at Short Stack put together an infographic that goes over 51 of the most common and important social media terms used in the industry today.
Check them out, you might just learn something.