Scrapebox Hack – Skip Blog The Blog Analyzer

Okay, so we all know that one great way to find more blogs to comment on is to download others backlinks.

One way to do this is to find an AA URL and extract all the outbound links on the page. Then simply download all their backlinks and you will have a ton of new places to comment on.

The only downside is that you have to run all the URLs through the blog analyzer. And that takes forever!

I’m still chugging through a massive project, I have been downloading the backlinks over…

Scrapebox Hack – Skip Blog The Blog Analyzer

How to remove deindexed pages from Google?

Hello,

I have several blogs, created by using wordpress and after some post I realized that Google is indexing all images, templates and other related stuff.

To avoid content duplication, after that by using YOAST I checked that these pages should n…

[METHOD] How to Find REAL Viral Content & Make Money From It

In my opinion when you have true viral content it gets reposted by plenty of people including celebrities, news outlets, and older people who can barely work their social media but they know they have to show somebody this video because its just that fxcking great.​

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So today I’m going to show you how to make/remake or find real viral content from experience.​

[METHOD] How to Find REAL Viral Content & Make Money From It

Single Physical Product – $30k in Sales

I started selling a single product Oct ’17 and have made over $30k to date. It’s a unique product that I designed and had manufactured. Our cost is around $6-7per piece and we retail it at $24-$32. We have good search engine rankings, the problem is it’s a product most people don’t know exists and somewhat of a novelty. Most of our sales come from organic traffic or other sites promoting or doing articles on us.

I’ve been thinking of ways to scale. We’ve been discussing and in…

Single Physical Product – $30k in Sales

Site Structure – trying to figure out which way to interlink (up or down)

Ok, I am getting my first blog ready and had a few qs about site structure:

I have seen a cpl different ways explained on how to silo properly.
My site will be product reviews site -lets assume its baseball product reviews – so i have different category/pages for each item (1. baseball gloves 2. baseball bats 3. baseball cleats, etc)

So i plan on writing the pillar article which is something like “top 10 baseball bats” and have a list of the 10 bats with a little bit of detail on each….

Site Structure – trying to figure out which way to interlink (up or down)