Backlink Building We can spend all day optimizing our pages for keywords that we researched for days and never rank content on Google Search. Its just the cold hard fact that in SEO onpage optimization is the easiest thing and it used to work in the 1990s … heck back then you could keyword stuff […]
Link building is one of the harder aspects of SEO and because of this one of the least done. Unfortunately it is many times more powerful than anything you do to your page and content. No level of optimization of content will trump the power of well placed relevant backlinks. Its so hard few ever […]
This post is largely a repost from New Media Campaigns. Its spot on and I couldn’t say it better. Some additional recommendations I’ve made for political candidates and their campaigns are included in: Political SEO and Articles Politically Tagged the main article I have on this is Political SEO: SEO Tips For Political Campaign Websites William Henry […]
First off a little disclosure this article over laps the Backlinks category of the FAQ.
What Are Backlinks?
Backlinks are links from other sites. Think of them as votes of affirmation. Only one vote can come from a domain so for SEO purposes it doesn’t matter if there are 100 or 1 link from the same domain one link is the count you gain. Subdomains are viewed separately…thats why yourblog.tumblr.com isn’t a tumblr backlink. Now those other links may increase traffic to your site but in regards to SEO value its one vote. Some call this metric
Series of posts over the next few months to say what I’ve found works and what doesn’t in SEO. So this is installment 1 in Top SEO Tools I Use.
So this is somewhat of a product endorsement piece but its also worth sharing with others what you’ve found useful and hopefully they’ll let you know what they have found useful. So Tools I use and even a few I don’t and why.
No the first tool has NOTHING to do with keywords but more importantly everything to do with deciding what your keywords are … if you think my
Key Components & Services
There are two custom services running on the deployed machines that are essential for the solution to function properly. These services are gcs-sync (running on WordPress instances – both Admin and Content) and cloudsql-proxy (running on the SQL Proxy instances).
The gcs-sync service runs a script /opt/c2d/downloads/gcs-sync that, depending on the role the VM is assigned (Content or Admin), will check in with the GCS bucket tied to the deployment and determine if content needs to be pushed to or pulled from GCS. If you need to interact with the service, you can do