Getting links back to your website is challenging. But it can be done. With a little bit of knowledge and a whole lot of persistence, you can successfully get relevant websites and blogs to link back to your website. Read more
Web directories can be useful for your online presence. They’re also pretty useful for local SEO (more on that later). But when it comes to SEO overall, web directories are not as useful as they once were. Read more
Content marketing helps brands to get their message out there, while at the same time improving SEO and growing its digital presence. When considering SEO and how their content marketing efforts can benefit their website’s rankings, many content marketers focus on backlinks and link building. Read more
We all know that links will help your rankings, and in-content links will help your rankings even more, and that’s why guest posts became a thing. But the question has to be asked is has it been overdone and will guests posts do more harm than good? Read more
As a digital marketing agency that specialises in SEO, we are often asked about paid links. To some business owners and marketing managers, paid links seem like a quick and easy way to get their website ranking on search engines, such as Google and Bing. Read more
How much should I plan to spend on SEO? It’s a question business owners and marketing managers are faced with every day. Unfortunately, there isn’t a quick answer. It’s kind of like how long is a piece of string. Read more
Many people out there don’t realise the importance of linking up content and surprisingly few SEOs put any serious thought into link architecture. But internal links and links within your content are essential to help your site rank.Read more
Ah, link building. When it comes to SEO, people are always talking about how important link building is (they’re right). And people are often telling you that you should invest in link building (you should of course). But nobody tells you how much to spend on it!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