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By Andrew Dennis
03 Feb 2015

Using Canva to Create High-Quality Images for Blog Posts – Tutorial Tuesday

In this Tutorial Tuesday I want to explain how you can use the tool Canva to create high-quality and customized imagery for your blog posts. Regardless of what topic you’re writing about, adding visual elements to any blog post will make it stronger and more engaging. And Canva provides an excellent platform to create images that will elevate your content to the next level.

By Cory Collins
03 Feb 2015

Linkarati Webinar - February 24th

Linkarati will be hosting their second ever link building webinar February 24th, exclusively answering audience questions.
By Jesse Stoler
27 Jan 2015

Using Forums to Build Links, Authority, and Engagement - Tutorial Tuesday

A forum link has potential to send decent, qualified referral traffic your way. But more importantly, building a forum link still leads to exposure to a niche audience. Forum link building will also compel you to spend time interacting and engaging with users interested in your niche. It’s relationship building

By Cory Collins
22 Jan 2015

Guest Blogging and Matt Cutts: One Year Later

It’s been a year and a day since Matt Cutts infamously called an end to guest blogging (for SEO). So where are we at now? Is guest blogging over, done, kaput? In a word: no.
By MeghanCahill
20 Jan 2015

Assessing a New Client's Website for Link Building -- Tutorial Tuesday

There are fundamental steps for familiarizing yourself with a new client, but the link builder’s assessment can be boiled down to four essentials: who they are, what they do, what they have and what they need.
By Sapphire Li
19 Jan 2015

3 Effective Tactics to Add Backlink Potential to Your Content

It’s tough to get a backlink these days. Even if you just wrote a 10,000 word step-by-step guide. Even if you send outreach emails sprinkled with all the magic words.

That’s because most people with at least some online social capital these days want to establish themselves as a trustworthy content curator. Thus they are increasingly selective about which links they share with their audience.

By Andrew Dennis
15 Jan 2015

Getting Good Links Can Help Resolve Penguin Issues (And the Debate Over Using Disavow)

In a recent Google Webmaster Central Hangout, Google’s John Mueller, Webmaster Trends Analyst, stated new quality links will help a website gradually recover from the Penguin algorithm.
By Cory Collins
13 Jan 2015

Using Open Site Explorer to Generate Strategic Content Ideas – Tutorial Tuesday

Hello and welcome to another Tutorial Tuesday!

This week I’ll be sharing how to use Open Site Explorer to take a peek at our competitors’ top performing (in terms of links) content. This gives us a strategic idea of competitor content performance - both the good and the bad.

By Jesse Stoler
08 Jan 2015

Hey, I Love Link Building Too!

Hey, Andrew Dennis isn’t alone. I love link building too! I better: I work for a link building agency. Of course, most Americans hate their jobs and are just collecting paychecks. I don’t need a Gallup poll to tell me that: a large portion of my friends are servers in restaurants.
By Andrew Dennis
06 Jan 2015

Using Twitter Analytics to Review Your Year on Twitter – Tutorial Tuesday

This week’s Tutorial Tuesday will delve into how you can use Twitter Analytics to review your past year on Twitter.