[toc] I’m going to show you a quick method to generate keyword ideas and analyse their difficulty using free tools. I’ll also reveal the exact formula KWFinder uses to calculate their keyword difficulty scores, and how you can replicate this for free!
[toc] In this post I’m going to expose 2 methods, which have been created solely for the purpose of gaining massive attention from SEO newbies, in order to sell the relevant courses for thousands of dollars. These methods claim to “break Google”, allowing you to rank for “any keyword, any time”.
[toc] The days where you could rank just by creating high quality content are gone. Nowadays, the first thing you’ll want to think about after publishing new content is how to start building backlinks to it. This can seem like a pretty daunting task, especially if you’re new to SEO.
If you’ve been following along with my recent tutorials, you’ll know how useful Web 2.0 sites are. By now, I’m sure you’ve got a bunch of them. Managing them can be a real pain, though. There are online services to manage your accounts, but these are often out of budget for most people.
[toc] YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine and a HUGE source of traffic! YouTube gets 30 million visitors per day and is a great source of traffic for your website. Despite this, it’s extremely easy to rank on the first page! If you’re not using YouTube, you’re missing out on a MASSIVE opportunity! You need to start using YouTube to your advantage, now!
[toc] A Web 2.0 link wheel is the easiest and most efficient way to get high-quality Web 2.0 backlinks. They can be used to rank multiple pages for multiple keywords, and can be made effortlessly. The method I am about to show you can be scaled to allow you to rank for keywords of any difficulty, and it is completely free.