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Top 10 WordPress Plugins for 2012

Published on December 12th, 2012 by admin in SEO

With over 22,000 WordPress plugins in their Plugin Directory, writing a top 10 list is dangerous. After all, what standards should we use? Most downloads? Highest ratings? Plugins all add different features so it’s hard to compare them objectively. For some projects one feature may be more important than another. Sometimes a specific feature may

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Who Writes the Most Popular Content on Your Blog?

Published on October 23rd, 2012 by admin in SEO

Posted by robmillard Google Analytics’ Custom Variables may seem daunting for a web marketer with relatively little technical knowledge, but they’re actually quite easy to implement and use (especially if you’re using WordPress). This post will show you how to easily track blog post authors using Custom Variables, and also explores some of the reporting

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WordPress Plugin Auto-Generates Google News Meta Tag Keywords

Published on October 11th, 2012 by admin in SEO

Last month, Google announced a new way to tag news articles that allows webmasters to assist Google News in properly categorizing their posts. From the official blog of Google News: …we’re excited to announce a news_keywords metatag. The goal is simple: empower news writers to express their stories freely while helping Google News to properly

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Is ‘Social Reading’ The Next Big Thing in Mobile?

Published on September 10th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

If you’re not yet familiar with the term or practice of “social reading,” get ready for a crash course. With their first iPad app, the German start-up company Frankbooks enables users to communicate with other readers, as well as with the author or a particular character from the novel via an integrated Facebook plugin, the

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GTD for SEOs – Simple Tools to Get More Done

Published on July 10th, 2012 by admin in SEO

Posted by CraigBradford I want to keep this post as short and actionable as possible; do you have any tools that do just one thing really well? You know the kind I mean, those plugins and hack projects that you may only use once a year but when you do use them, you really appreciate

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Facebook WordPress Plugin, Affiliate Summit Hotel Selling Out, and Bloggers Mad at @oreillyfactor

Published on June 19th, 2012 by admin in Affiliates

This week on the Affiliate Thing podcast, Shawn Collins and Lisa Picarille talk about things entrepreneurs never say, Hilton New York selling out for Affiliate Summit East 2012, and bloggers unhappy with how they were portrayed on The O’Reilly Factor. They also talked about the Facebook comments plugin on WordPress, LinkShare Symposium, the best affiliate

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Rapportive is a Helpful Networking Tool for Gmail Users

Published on March 3rd, 2012 by admin in Affiliates

Rapportive is a contact management browser plugin for Gmail that is really useful for networking online. When you send or receive an email to a contact, Rapportive pops up a column on the right with details on the social networks for that person. You can see their photo, recent Tweets, links to their Facebook and

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The Majority of Affiliates Do Not Cloak Links

Published on February 5th, 2012 by admin in Affiliates

Affiliates were asked “Do you cloak/redirect links?” for the 2011 Affiliate Summit AffStat Report. The majority of respondents, at 59%, said no, and the remaining 41% indicated they do cloak their links. I’ve been cloaking affiliate links for as long as I can remember – first through meta redirects, then via an .htaccess file, before

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Simple Page Tester for Affiliates

Published on February 2nd, 2012 by admin in Affiliates

Affiliates should be split testing their landing pages, but many I’ve asked have never bothered. For the uninitiated, split or A/B testing is a process where you serve up different versions of your page to different visitors to determine which is more effective. I’ve tried various ways in WordPress and found they were largely a

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Answers to 43 Questions About Search, Social, Content, Conversions and More

Published on January 24th, 2012 by admin in SEO

Posted by randfish Earlier tonight, I sent out the following tweet: Have any questions about search, social, content, conversion or analytics you want answered? I'm taking requests for the Moz blog tonight — Rand Fishkin (@randfish) January 24, 2012 I was clearly under-prepared for the amazing responses. In order to tackle such a magnitude of

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