GDPR - What is it, and what does it mean for your blog?
GDPR and How it Affects Bloggers

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) notifications have been popping up all over the web, emails being sent out requiring users accept new privacy policies, and businesses scrambling to figure out how this will impact them and their websites. What impact will this have on you and your blog? It depends on a few factors. Do…

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7 Best Ways To Get Your Guest Post Accepted
The 7 BEST Ways to Get Your Guest Post Accepted

One of the best ways to build your brand and extend your reach is with guest posting! There are COUNTLESS sites across the web that accept content from people just like you, with a steady stream of your ideal readers just waiting for you! Each site has their own set of submission guidelines, requirements and…

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Poor Hosting Companies Lead to Increase In Time To First Byte
Time To First Byte – The Connection Between Hosting Companies & Poor Load Times

This post was inspired by our bloggersSEO Support community. After investigating a number of our members sites, we noticed a common thread between those hosted with a popular WordPress host. The time your blog takes to load has a significant impact on several different aspects of your online marketing – from user engagement all the…

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4 Valuable Reasons To Regularly Audit Your Blog

Most time people hear ‘audit’, a tiny shiver goes down their spine and they shudder at the thought of tax season – but relax! A bloggersSEO Site Audit is nowhere near as painful as you might think, and can be done in only 20 minutes! You might be wondering why on EARTH we even do audits!…

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How to Fix Broken Facebook Link Previews

Picture this: you’ve spent hours on your latest post and it’s looking gorgeous! Helpful information spilling out the seams, and great SEO to boot. Your next step is to share it with your loyal social followers. But uh-oh, somethings gone wrong! Ever gone to share a post on Facebook, and your carefully crafted link looks a…

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What Is White Hat SEO?
What is White Hat SEO?

If you’ve read our post on Black Hat SEO, you might have an inkling on what this post is about! Essentially, there’s two types of SEO-ers: those who put in the hard yards to see real results and value added to their blog, and those who cut corners, ending up in a world of hurt.…

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What is Black hat SEO?
What is Blackhat SEO? How can I avoid it on my blog?

Black hat SEO is simply bad techniques designed to cheat Google’s extensive algorithms, that specifically break their terms of service. Black hat SEO is bad, for a number of reasons – generally, it aims to increase search engine rankings based on how robots perceive a site, rather than the human experience. It aims to deliver…

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Should I build backlinks for my blog?
Should I Build Backlinks for My Blog?

To start this post, we have one hard and fast rule here at bloggersSEO. Don’t build backlinks. Stay with me for a minute. I know you probably just gasped loudly – after all, you’ve been swamped in the past with “”good info”” telling you the ‘quickest & best way’ to get traffic and improve rankings is…

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How Much Time Does SEO Take?
How Long Does SEO Really Take?

When you run a blog, you’re not just lazily writing posts in between painting your toes and reading magazines – it’s hard work, and there’s 1000 things to do at all times! Creating new posts, staying up-to-date on changes and new strategies, and being a being a one-woman marketing team. Let alone managing family and…

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How to create annotations in google analytics
How to Create an Annotation in Google Analytics

 To start creating your annotations, log into Google Analytics. If you haven’t already set up your Google Analytics account and connected it to your blog, follow our simple WordPress & SquareSpace guide. Once logged in, quickly create annotations by navigating to any section in the side menu where data is displayed as a line…

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