I saw someone with a banner around here, can't remember where I saw it. There's not much about them on the web. If anyone has any reviews let me know. My question is, can it really produce Tier 1 content that is unique and readable? (pretty much THE question for spinners and content machines).
Appreciate any feedback!
Wanted something that will scrape X number of search results for a given list of keyword(s) and put it into an excel file, would that be a script or bot? Which would be cheaper to get designed?
Appreciate any guidance.
Have a list of keywords that I need the top 50 URL's for each. Please post or pm your price and TAT – I want this hopefully by today (pretty easy job).
I'm lazy, there I said it! I've been using this free tool,^( to check a competition's title and headers, but I need something that can do this in bulk if I feed it a bunch of URL's.
Does anyone know if a tool exists that does this?
Appreciate any tips and tools!
Google has settled a lawsuit alleging it unfairly kept AdSense earnings belonging to publishers whose accounts were closed due to suspicious activities. The case, at the time of settlement, focused…
Devumi isn’t being investigated just because it sold 3.5 million fake social media followers. It’s being investigated because apparently at least 55,000 of the fake accounts were made using personal details of real people. Some of those people live in New York. These bot accounts reportedly used pictures, names, hometowns, and other…
…Content creators who have many misspellings, punctuation or grammar mistakes in their ad copy for their threads.
Hello, talk about shooting yourself in the foot before getting out of the gates!
You can usually get a feel for a writer just on their thread intro, I've noticed…
(just something funny I've noticed)
Looking for those that either have agencies, OR as a freelancer, use contracts to define the scope of work.
Question: What terms allow the contract to be ended before the proposed work's completion date?
I have a prospective client that wants me to make changes to my contract, specifically limiting each phase in the marketing campaign to it's own miniature scope; so that if they were to back out during one of the phases, they would only be liable for the phase's costs that they're currently…
Just curious what everyone's process for outreach looks like:
Do you do it yourself, or do you outsource it (assistant, agency or freelancer)?
Do you use automation tools to help your outreach like Ninja Outreach or Pitchbox?
What are some tips for other aspiring link builders when it comes to outreach in your opinion?
Do you warm up the target prospect on either their blog with blog-commenting or on their social media channels?
Just wanted to start a discussion!