Ways to Get Backlinks To Actually Boost Your Traffic

Are you tired of people telling you that if you write great content, people will naturally link back to you? It’s actually true to some extent, but if you wait for people to “naturally” link to you, it will take you months, if not years, to hit thousands of visitors a month. So, how do you proactively get backlinks without spending hours every day? Just follow the 10 tactics below, and you’ll start seeing an increase in traffic: Backlink tip #1: Respond to questions on Quora Quora is filled with people looking for help. All you have to do is …

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Removing Referral Spam

There is a lot of misinformation about clearing out so-called referral spam, so here’s the Definitive Guide to removing it all! Website reporting is tough enough, but when you start getting non-human visits in your reports, it makes life really miserable. This article describes three techniques to stop bots and spam referrals from appearing in FUTURE website reports. To eliminate spam referrals from historical reporting, a companion article describes an Advanced Segment to use. Too many words? Infographic Version (download) UPDATE 2015-04-28 (google / organic search spam with keyword “vitaly rules google…” using fake hostname of google.ru. 2015-04-24 (free-share-buttons.com / referral, pornhub-forum.ga / referral, youporn-forum.ga / referral, domination.ml / …

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Domain Registration FAQ

This Domain Registration FAQ article discusses some of the most frequently asked questions about registering a domain name. Do you have some basic questions about domain names, registration of domains, transferring domains, etc…? Read on for some answers. What Is “Registering a Domain Name”? Registering a domain name means listing it with a domain name registrar, which is, in many instances, where you find it in the first place. There are two types of domain name registrars. For generic top-level domains (gTLDs), such as .com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, etc. the domain name registrars are organizations accredited by the Internet …

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What is a Domain Name?

What is in a domain name? It is important when choosing a domain name to understand what your domain name is comprised of, and how it can affect your internet presence. Keep reading to discover more about domain names and where to get a domain name. What is a domain name? As we walk around the real world, we identify and locate things by their names and addresses. In the virtual world, names and addresses are also important. Read on to find out more about how domain names help us navigate the Internet. AKA The basic locator on the Internet …

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Publishing a book from Microsoft Word to Kindle?

If you’re thinking of Publishing a book from Microsoft Word to Kindle, careful formatting is essential for a polished product. The Kindle format is based on HTML, which Word offers has a save format for all documents. Word’s filtered web page format removes any proprietary HTML tags from the Word file that could cause a problem on the Kindle. All Kindle works also require a table of contents with hyperlinks to the different chapters or sections. Word helps you generate this easily through the use of heading styles and bookmarks. Fix Text Formatting Step 1Open the Word document you want …

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Rankings Drop in Google – How to Fix it

Saw this marvellous article: So your rankings are dropping in Google and you have absolutely no idea why. I know its not good, but unless something has gone seriously wrong (such as being slapped with a penalty) this can usually be fixed. So I’m going to share with you some of the most common issues that I’ve seen that can cause you to lose rankings in Google, and I will show you how to fix them.   Diagnosing the cause The first thing you’ll should do is try to “diagnose” the cause. This isn’t always easy, but it’s something you should …

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How to Register a Twitter App in 8 Easy Steps

One of the reasons that Twitter is so popular, and become what it is today, is due to the huge number of developers who have built apps over the years. Why so many developers? Basically because Twitter has been very easy to work with. Many social networks and apps have their own interface that programmers can work with. These interfaces are called APIs (short for Application Programming Interface). Unfortunately Twitter have made quite a few changes recently which have made their API a lot more difficult to work with. On June 11th, 2013, Twitter retired v.1 of their API and …

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Google Maps not loading properly

Are you seeing “This page didn’t load Google Maps correctly” in place of maps on your website? This error has become a lot more common since Google Maps started requiring an API key on June 22, 2016 (after about 10 years of allowing keyless use). If you started using Google Maps on your website on or after that date then you will need to sign up for and implement a free API key (older users still do not need a key). Google has not made setting up an API key a very user-friendly process. Their interface is geared towards developers. As such, many users have trouble correctly creating …

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WARNING! Secure Any Website (HTTPS), Shared Host, VPS, Dedicated Server, “WordPress Self Hosted Site, It Does Not Matter! No Other Costs!”

Some internet marketer (Curt Crowley) is selling this rubbish and people are falling for it, thinking their website will become secure. Sorry  – It will not! https in front of a domain in your browser means the owner has a ‘Security certificate’ which verifies that the site uses ‘end to end encryption’ for transactions with people like PayPal and for collecting information from you in ‘Contact us’ type forms. NOTHING else! You need a wide range of security measures to secure a website or server. SSL Certificates come in many flavours  from ‘self signed Domain certificates’ to ‘enterprise’. Selfsigned certificates …

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