The Ultimate SEO Starter Kit

The Ultimate SEO Starter Kit – 12 Tools You Need!

When providing top notch SEO services, you might be overwhelmed by the amount of tools to choose from. It can become costly, very quick. Whether, you’re starting to provide SEO services or have aspirations to own a big agency; we wanted to provide you with a low cost solution starter kit, to kick start your services. Below are 15 top notch tools to help close deals, report on clients, accounting, and having overall organization over your clients. Read more

MySiteAuditor GDPR Compliance Updates

On May 25th 2018, the most comprehensive change to privacy legislation ever undertaken —the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)— takes effect. Here at MySiteAuditor, data protection is something we take very seriously. As a cloud-based company entrusted with our customers’ data, we’ll continue to view the treatment of our users’ data as a top priority. Read more

5 Ways to Optimize Your Face in Google

Whether you are building your personal brand or just feeding your ego, this article is perfect for you. Below, I’ve put together 5 simple ways you can become a more recognizable thought leader and build the value of your personal brand. But, don’t send your web developer or SEO team this post just yet, these are all things you can do yourself, and with limited or no html experience. If you do these 5 simple things, you will connect with more people online, get more followers, and you may even get recognized at your next tweet up, meet up, or conference. Read more

The Super Simple Sitemap Guideline

This Super Simple Sitemap Guideline for your website contains or links to everything you need to know about creating a sitemap for your website. Rest assured, it follows all protocols rules and regulations according to major search engines like Google. Save this guideline, share it with others, and re-visit it any time you need to create a sitemap for a website. Read more

Keep It Simple, Stupid! Content Guidelines for Websites

You are wasting your time writing content no one will read. As obvious as my advice sounds, people continue to stuff web pages with text. There’s this fear that we might leave something out someone needs. And using big words makes us look intelligent, right? Not so much. You will not impress your visitors with long paragraphs or big words. More often than not you will confuse and deter. Read more

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