I can’t recall seeing this before but it appears that some people have stumbled upon a way to use Google’s own search results pages as a Parasite.
Here’s the results page if it is still working! But it appears the additional “/” in the URL is causing some of the confusion and causing them to appear.
And clicking on the results sends you on an eternal SERP loop – great UX Google!
So all you wannabe Growth Hackers why not give it a shot and kick-start ranking your Black Friday Coupon Codes using Google’s own results- today!
Thanks to Rob Duckers for sharing
After you have spent what seems like an eternity tracking down contact information, sending numerous emails, follow ups and contact form messages to website owners asking them politely to remove links you soon find that the same types of responses keep coming back time and time again.
Of course replying to each email individually will soon become time consuming so below are some canned email responses you are welcome to use in your next campaign(*).
When they offer to sell you more directory links Continue reading
So Google have gone 100% (not provided) on us, I’m sure you can’t wait to send your clients their next monthly report, which is going to look something like this…
Until a few weeks ago the Not Provided Count was hovering around the 40-45% mark but things have really started to get out of hand recently especially when I noticed this tweet Continue reading
This is a quick short tip using a free tool to help you scale your link building.
You’ve most likely heard of Buzzstream (right?) well as you know they have a nice set of free link building tools as well as an excellent paid outreach tool.
So how exactly do you find an expired domain with Buzzstream?
Step 0. Have a list of domains in your target niche, you can build this from competitor links or with something like Scrapebox
Step 1. Load a list of blogs in your target niche into the Buzzstream blogroll list builder
Within no time at all Buzzstream has extracted all the links from the blogrolls
Now click the little “+” icon next to the domains and it will then add the blogrolls from these domains to your list. Continue reading
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