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Wouldn't it be wonderful if there were an easy way to 'reverse engineer' your competitors' keywords? (Free class materials at http://bit.ly/1BnvVjJ). Guess what? There is. In this quick video tutorial, Jason McDonald explains how to 'reverse engineer' your competitors' SEO keyword targets by using 'view source' to look at the HTML source code. Then, look for three important HTML tags: the TITLE tag, the META description tag, and the KEYWORDS tag. Finally, do a little brain work and work backwards to what your competitors are trying to tell Google. Presto! You've used your competitors to build your own keyword list. Let's get started!
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What if there were a “magical” tool that would allow you to see who links to a competitor? (Materials at http://tinyurl.com/z96ocnv). Guess what: there is. In fact, there’s more than one. In this video, we’ll explain some tactics to reverse engineer competitor links and then “steal” their links (or at least their link-building ideas).
In this video, Jason explains SEO (Search Engine Optimization) in easy terms. (Materials at http://bit.ly/2dzIe6n). I like to think of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) as a competitive sport, like swimming. There’s a lot of hard work, strategy, and physical fitness that goes into being an Olympic swimmer like Michael Phelps, but we can ‘reverse engineer’ the steps taken by our competitors to succeed. Even better for most of us working on our SEO, we’re not trying out for the Olympics! Most of us are competing in niche markets, and/or in niche cities, so it’s more like we’re trying for the local, regional, or state championships than for the Olympics. That’s good news because “you don’t have to run faster than the bear, just faster than your buddy.” In this video, I’ll will walk you through...
Want to rank higher than your competitors? Reverse engineer their content, create something better, replicate the links they have and, chances are, you will outrank them! In this tutorial you will learn how to piggyback your competitors' content marketing efforts, so that to find the best content ideas you should focus a lot of effort on. Let's get started! - https://blog.ahrefs.com/steal-seo-traffic/ First, you'll need to build the list of up to 50 competitors. How do you find them? 0:42 Add your site to Dashboard (https://ahrefs.com/dashboard/metrics) at Ahrefs. 0:50 Move to Ahrefs Site Explorer (https://ahrefs.com/site-explorer) and check your Top 10 Competitors report within SE - Overview tab. You may easily check each of them in SE, as well. Another way to find competitors is to s...
Google pros, Gary Illyes, Webmaster Trends Analyst & Paul Haahr, Software Engineer give SMX West attendees an inside view of how Google determines it's ranking and algorithm changes. Learn more about SMX West: http://smxpo.com/1ojDhPt
https://www.SERoundtable.com/ - This week in search we had yet another big Google algorithm update that seemed more black hat focused which was named the Fred Google Update. Google said that they do weigh different ranking signals differently based on query and searcher. Google AMP is still not a ranking factor. Google said keywords in URLs are overrated. Google’s John Mueller explains why some publishers may not want to link out. Google may drop featured snippets over typos. Google said YouTube embeds may slow down your page speed. Google is sending new notifications for AMP URLs that are wrong. A new Google page rendering tool is coming soon. Google sent out a survey on how SEOs use the site command. Google AdWords upgrades click to call ads. Google AdWords is still showing emoji...
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Here is a quick demonstration of the google sheet I am using to reverse engineer my numbers. It allows me to plot where my team is today in terms of monthly revenue, where we are trying to get to, number of months to get there, our conversions from outreach to leads, and leads to customers... It then clearly sets targets for our lead generation function. How many outreaches we need to do per day, week, month, etc.. FYI - outreach can be (cold email, telemarketing, ppc ads, seminars, webinars, funnels, etc..) You can download it free here https://goo.gl/0CsUjE ------------------------------------------------------ Here at SEO Cheat Guides we have a passion for making things simple. We don't want you to spend your time performing repetitive tasks, endlessly researching untested techniq...