SEO is a process that is made much more efficient and effective when the right tools are used. Here at SEO Hacker, we ensure that we have the best tools available. That means trying out new the latest tools and technology to see which one would fit best for our team.
Before I start my review, I’d like to invite you to try out CognitiveSEO for yourself! You can check out the tool with this special link. Anyway, let’s get started!
I’m happy to be one of the first people to be able to write a thorough Cognitive SEO Review and with that in mind, it got me to thinking. CognitiveSEO has been around for quite a while now, and I have had the pleasure of using it during its beta phase. Through the years, it has continued to grow bigger and better – providing SEOs some much-needed help with their campaigns. As we all know, a successful and competent SEO campaign starts with having the best tools available.
Investing a lot of time, money, and effort into tools such as CognitiveSEO or Ahrefs to get our desired results can definitely make all of our jobs easier.
One of the most important skillsets that a content creator must possess is the ability to communicate with other content creators and webmasters. Talking to other people with the end goal of link building has never been easy as you have to meet some of their requirements while making them more interested in what you offer.
Before all of that, however, is the challenge of looking for their contact details in the first place. Some websites have their contact details posted on their page, such as SEO Hacker’s own “Contact Us” page but other websites will not have their contact details posted freely.
Luckily, we have just the tool to make that process as possible.
Creating backlinks can be a tricky business because it’s all about pursuing both quality and quantity. Link Builders are constantly looking for new ways on how to improve backlinks to improve their website’s ranking. There are different ways to do this ranging from the difficult to the time-consuming. Now, have you ever wondered if Google even notices your page despite having high-quality content?
Selling (and buying) digital products have been tremendously grown over the past couple of years. And there’s a good reason why. With digital products, you won’t be needing personal publishers or ‘agents’ to make your book or product launching possible. What’s more, with millions of netizens, who needs traditional marketing right?
It’s always a given that the best way to make profits from a blog or website is to have a product of your own. But that doesn’t leave you to explore other opportunities does it? And besides, it’s not as if it’s easy to whip up a product in a flash.
So while you’re at it, or if you just want to focus on money-making regardless of who’s product it is, the answer is very simple – earn money online by promoting profitable products (such as our own Issho Genki Squalene) on your site.
Rummaging through my ‘blogging folder’, I found this interesting free report by Michel Fortin of the Success Doctor, Inc. The title of this report is quite controversial – about the death of sales letter. If you still haven’t read (or heard about it), then you’re surely missing out a lot.
The Death of Sales Letter has been released sometime around 2007. With the title itself, you can just imagine the kind of hullabaloo it caused in the industry especially to copywriters, internet marketers (who heavily relies on good copies) and even SEO practitioners that optimize sales letters and landing pages.
Who is Micheal Fortin?
As Michel puts it, he is “a copywriter”. But apparently, this kind of description needs to be attributed to the people he works for, namely; John Reese, Frank Kern, Kirt Christensen, Armand Morin, Shawn Casey and Stephen Pierce- simply the biggest names in the internet marketing industry. And if you don’t even know any of them, you’re living under a very, very big rock.