9 useful tips to use ScrapeBox for your SEO workflow
ScrapeBox is a well known tool for black hat SEO, but white hat SEOs have found it to be a very useful and time saving tool for on-page SEO, link analysis and even link building. In this guide, LRT Xpert - Bartosz Góralewicz, shows us how to use this tool of darkness to make Google very happy with your website.
11 More Things You Didn't Know About Links and Redirects
Do redirects pass link juice? Do they pass penalties? Does it matter which redirect I use? These questions are essential to SEO, especially because things change over time and we may have missed something in our hectic business routine. We were fed up of not knowing, so we started doing our own research on redirects. Read on to find out what changes you might have missed, or learn new things you maybe never knew about links:
Link Building with LinkResearchTools and Pitchbox
After months of hard work, we’re proud to present the integration between Pitchbox and LinkResearchTools for Link Removal and Link Building Outreach. If your site has been penalized, Google expects you to contact the sources of those bad links and show proof of your outreach in your disavow file.
NoFollow Links in SEO
The value of NoFollow links has often led to heated debates among online marketers and SEOs. Ever since Google rolled out the Penguin algorithm in 2012, the risk of links has become a central question. Can NoFollow links put your website at risk? Googlebot should not follow links with NoFollow tag, but is that always true?
20 SEO Link Building Methods for 2020
Link Building has been called "dead" for years. The rules of 2003 certainly changed, and those who could not learn and adapt to the ever-changing rules and increased requirements on skills, tools, details then, of course, had to give up on their "link building tricks." Google confirmed that links are the #1 ranking factor and said: "Ranking without links is really really hard." The Google Core Algorithm is based on links, and that hasn't changed since the inception of Google.
State of Links 2019: SEO Questions that Google should answer
John Muller announced him meeting with the webspam team to talk about the state of links and asked for questions from the webmaster community. What should he bring up? Do they still work? Here are our questions illustrated and updated with more details where needed or possible.
Google Penalty: 5 Simple Steps to Recovery
If you received an email from Google Search Console Team about unnatural inbound links that violate Google Webmaster Guidelines – then I know how you feel. It is definitely one of the worst messages you can get from Google because this means that they don’t like how your backlink portfolio looks and they are punishing you because of this. The damage to your website traffic might be big and severe. However, there’s definitely a way to fix this. Read on to find out how.
How to use the Google Disavow Links Tool
The Google Disavow Tool has been out for years. But we still see common mistakes that SEOs make every day, not considering that disavowing the wrong links can cause severe damage to the rankings. Read on and learn about how you can use the Disavow Tool to your advantage.
5 Magic Steps to Refresh an Old or Expired Domain
Many SEOs may be asking themselves what's the best way to refresh an expired domain or an older website that has been sitting there for a while with nobody creating new content or building new links. This is a very challenging question. Read on to discover some valuable general rules on how to refresh an old or expired domain.
hulu.com suffered a 56% search visibility drop, but it's not over yet. The reason for such a heavy drop isn’t due to a Google penalty, algorithm or a negative SEO attack. It comes from Hulu’s coding problem. Read on and learn from Hulu's mistakes.
How to Get More Link Data from Google Search Console
Google can be infuriating. They count every link to your site but only show you a random sampling in Google Webmaster Tools. But here's a simple and genius hack to squeeze more links out of your Google Webmaster Tools account. Going through this detailed guide, you won't believe how simple it is.
9 Ways to Check the Quality of a Link
Do you know what's the difference between a good link and a back links? Using LRT Technology you can check that within seconds. But how can you check the backlinks in your link profile yourself if you were to do it one by one (please don't!) Rick Lomas gives you nine points to look at.
Competitive Domain Analysis with LRT
The competitive situation is different in Google for any given country, language, industry, or search term. Therefore it is crucial to develop the ability to understand your competition. This complete guide written by one of our LRT Professionals helps providing tips for competitive domain analysis.
Co-Citations and Bad Neighborhood Explained
One of the most important elements for quality and safe link building is a good neighborhood. If you read this article you will learn what a bad neighborhood is and how co-citations can lead you there. Hint: it's NOT the same IP hosting block, as many believe. Also, you will learn how to add valuable co-citations for your site and how to analyze these co-citations.
Why You Need Links Similar to Your Competition
If you are ready to take your link building to the next level, read on to find out: how common backlinks can improve your traffic, why some common backlinks are more powerful than others, how to find common backlinks that are expected in your niche and how to find common backlinks that your competitors have, but you don’t.
An Introduction to Manual Actions in Search Console
As a webmaster or SEO, there’s nothing worse than getting a message from Google Search Console (GSC) about a manual action that has been placed on your website. In this post, we’re looking at the different types of manual actions - i.e. Google Penalties - websites can receive and ways to deal with them.