One part of digital marketing which is often overlooked is it takes time to make a positive impact. There are no magic quick fixes, well there are some on offer such as buying backlinks, but is buying backlinks a good idea? Read more
Backlinks are one of the most important factors in making a website rank in search engines such as Google, but how many backlinks do you need?
The answer isn’t necessarily that straightforward though and it all depends on where you are starting from and what you want to achieve. Read more
Here, at Ahrefs, we firmly believe that the key to building a successful SEO Tool (or any tool for that matter) lies in our customer base itself. Because who else is better to tell you what people who buy your product need?
Obviously, we do some filtering and adjusting. But, nevertheless, we are good listeners, always open to learning something new.
And by providing assistance to our customers, each person on our team feels like they do something bigger than just guiding or answering common questions. Well, the position is called Customer Success Specialist for a reason. Read more
SEO and social media marketing are closely linked strategies, both aimed at attracting visitors to your website through organic means. Most social marketers will know that to do well on social media platforms requires a strong brand presence and high-quality content, which by coincidence, is also a great boon for your SEO. By putting effort into both, you can hope to simultaneously increase organic search rankings and maximise social reach for your small business. Listed here are some pointers that will help you to enjoy the best of both worlds.
I was planning to write a little blog post on Goole’s latest Penguin update and its influence on the good old backlink, but I’ve had one or two tweets in my twitter column over the past couple of days about the threat of Negative SEO so I thought, as the two are linked, I’d treat you to an article about that instead (with a heavy dose of Penguin and backlinks thrown in for good measure!). I know, don’t all thank me at once. Read more