Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ExtraWinner, Jul 5, 2013.
Just to piggy back on this and specifically about building an active social media presence:
This is where something like Buffer and Hootsuite really come into play. With these tools you can schedule tweets, FB posts, G+ posts (Hootsuite only) and so on to go out on any part of the day.
This means, when you have a spare hour or so on a Sunday, you can find some articles relevant to your niche, pick 5 a day, schedule them to go out at different parts of the day and set it to go. You've now got a natural looking, active social media profile.
This is awesome, +rep & great info from EW himself , thanks
Nicely done. Most of these things hsould be self explanatory but Im sure there are lots that will find this kind of resource really helpful. It never hurts to have a quick reference for these things.
Great share, I once though it is a sales page. lol Thanx mate
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Don't do SEO yourself, Use your contacts instead.
Nice infographic ExtraWinner. Lots of good points for everyone, new and pro, to remember.
That was really nice infographic extrawinner. Thanks for sharing. I didn't know the site pingdom and using cloudflare to reduce page load time! i'll try it now.
I enjoyed reading the infographic. Nice share mate.
Nice share bro. Question coming to your pm folder.
Wonderful infographic, and information.
Would you mind telling where do you get that from?
A lot of time and work was invested in this. Nice and thanks for helping people out.
This is a great way to explain how, what should be done.
Sometimes the simplest things are being overlooked way to often
I think title is answering your question pretty well. Its a simple guide, but put on design instead of writing it down.
Sure, hit me.
Infographic done by me, info done by me
Thanks Mate. I didnt shared anything last few weeks, time to make that up with few threads coming in through the weekend
Reading is fundamental...
Great infographic, good info especially the section on scanning for errors! Thanks!
Wow, great infographic! Thanks for all the information. I will need to diversify more.
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