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Real SEOs work in Excel! SeoTools is an Excel add-in that adds a bunch of useful functions for working with SEO and other web metrics directly in Excel. For example you can use SeoTools for: Onpage analysis and debugging Create your own SEO scorecard/report Monitor and analyze back links Scrape any website or web service and get data directly into Excel using regular expressions or XPATH Domain research String templating Get any data out of Google Analytics Monitor social media efforts Avoid duplicate content when writing texts Work with your MajesticSEO or SEOlytics account. Work with SEO in Excel - The ultimate Excel plugin | Niels Bosma
How Nissan Uses Ecommerce Tracking Without Directly Selling Online Google Analytics’ e-commerce tracking allows online merchants to measure items sold and tie those results back to their digital marketing activities. But did you know that it can also be used to track non e-commerce activity? Nissan Motor Company does just this. Nissan operates in the automobile industry, and owns a network of websites designed to help consumers around the world decide which Nissan vehicle they would like to purchase. Nissan uses e-commerce tracking whenever a visitor submits a request for a test drive or a brochure.
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We all know that when it comes to getting high rankings in the search engines link building is one of the most critical activities you can engage in…whether you are using tactics to get a large amount of links or zeroing in on attracting high-authority links . But most of that work is done manually. This can be time-consuming and boring. This is why I’ve been exploring ways to automate my search for link building opportunities with free alerts. I’ll share these tools with you…and then explain how you can take advantage of the link building opportunities that arise from these discoveries. Finding link building opportunities with Google Alerts The Inside Scoop to Finding Link Building Opportunities with Free Alerts
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DIY SEO: How To Check On-Page Ranking Factors Using Google Docs My kids and I really enjoy watching the MAKE Magazine video podcasts together. It’s one of those rare and happy things that a ten-year-old girl, an eight-year-old boy, and an adult can watch together and find interesting. Inspired by these podcasts, I thought it would be a good idea to create a do-it-yourself SEO project. So today, we’ll make a Google Spreadsheet that checks a web page for various on-page factors that can affect SEO.
For a long time I’ve been pulling an RSS feed from Twitter for the query: “guest post” OR “guest author” [TOPIC] into my Google Reader. Every morning I would check it, blaze through 15-20 URLs -- most of which were the same URL being tweeted. Then, I'd record the best guest post opportunities, reach out to bloggers, publish a guest post and get links. It was a great strategy and resulted in a lot of guest post links. Although having an RSS feed was a bit more efficient than performing a Twitter search every day, it was boring, time consuming and I just really didn’t like doing it. Want Guest Post Links? Find Them Via Twitter [TOOL] - YouMoz
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