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Prasanta, there are a lot of materials available on internet for off-page techniques but don’t worry I have done this research for you. :) Here is the best post related to off-page techniques written by Brian Dean: http://backlinko.com/17-untapped-backlink-sources Hope you will like it.Join the discussion
Bonnie Burns in My 5 Favorite Things About Being an SEO
Doing SEO never gets boring. From new updates, new processes, new techniques. Things that worked, no longer work, may work in the future. I've been doing SEO for 16 years and it has yet to make me yawn. I am proud of my career :-)Join the discussion
It should be obvious to anyone reading this that the effective integration of email marketing and social media is a lot of work. Email marketing isn't dead, but lazy marketing is. Many are quick to declare the death of something, when in reality, consumers just expect better experience and many of the people responsible for delivering it won't put in the work needed to make it happen. This happened a few years ago with link building. Around the beginning of 2011, it wasn't effective to just spam a blog or purchase a link in a directory any longer. You actually had to develop useful content that other websites would deem valuable to link to. This marked a major uptick in the effort required to run a successful link building campaign. Rather increase their effort, many SEOs declared the death of link building instead.Join the discussion
Google has begun testing its Mobile First Index, which essentially means they will begin looking at the mobile version of business’s sites first when determining rankings, and falling back on the desktop version only when a mobile site does not exist. With that said, it’s probably a good idea to make sure your business is ready for the change in case it becomes permanent. Here are some ways to ensure your company won’t be caught off guard by Mobile First.
When you were a kid, did you have wild dreams about what you wanted to be when you grew up? Mad scientist. Magician. Explorer. Our parents, our teachers, and the world at large gave us a cold taste of reality and funneled most of us into more conventional career paths. Most of us. There are still jobs out there where every day offers new discoveries and new challenges. Being an SEO is a career where you can be all of the above: inventor, wizard, adventurer and a detective.