Can IFTTT Networks Increase Trust Flow?

By April


During episode 77 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if using IFTTT network can increase a website's trust flow.

The exact question was:

hi guys would you say IFTTT networks in general increase the main websites trust flow? because thats what would be cool but looking at the semantic mastery website which uses a lot of networks and the trust flow at root is 7 and citation 25 – i have a 2012 penguin hit site that has a higher trust than that which is worth asking why and i think a lot of people would benefit from the info 🙂

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What Is The Best Way To Find Out What Terms Domains/Subdomains Are Ranking For?

By April



In episode 76 of Semantic Mastery's Hump Day Hangouts, a participant asked about the tools that can determine what keywords a specific domain has ranked for.

The exact question was:

Bradley, I know I'm late to the party, but I did have a question on what would be the best way to find out what terms our domains/subdomains are ranking for. If you remember the question cool. If not I'll see you in the mastermind tomorrow anways 🙂

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Is There A Duplicate Content Issue For Web 2.0 And Social Sites With Syndicated Content Via IFTTT?

By April


 

In episode 76 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if there will content duplication issues for websites that syndicate content to their social media sites using IFTTT.

The exact question was:

Afternoon, Bradley! Thanks again for all your work. You guys are the best out there!

I'm concerned about duplicate content if I implement the IFTTT SEO Academy plan – is it safe and do web 2.0 and social sites like the content? Will my web 2.0 and social sites get taken down if they see duplicate content?

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Is It Aggressive To Add Link On Citation Pages?

By April


During episode 76 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if it's too aggressive to add more links in a citation page.

The exact question was:

In a post that we add to our main blog website, is it ok to add a few links out to our citations? When the post is syndicated to the IFTTT properties this would add a dozen links from our properties out to our citations. Is this a good thing to do or is it too aggressive?

I am wondering if it is safe to add links to all the IFTTT network properties in the sidebar of blogs like weebly? Thank you.

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Weekly SEO Q&A – Hump Day Hangouts – Episode 76

By April


Click on the video above to watch Episode 43 of the Semantic Mastery Hump Day Hangouts.

Full timestamps with topics and times can be found at the link above.

The latest upcoming free SEO Q&A Hump Day Hangout can be found at https://semanticmastery.com/humpday.

 

 

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Adam: Hey, everybody. Welcome to episode 76 of Hump Day Hangouts. Hopefully some of you are actually here. We had some technical difficulties and we're fixing it, so if you're seeing this delayed, know that we are in fact still here, and we are doing it, but moving right along, today is the 20th of April, 2016, and we've got the full crew here. I'm not sure if Hernan's going to be able to talk, but we'll give him a second here, so we'll start with Chris. How is it going, Chris?

Chris: Excellent. How are you doing? Continue reading “Weekly SEO Q&A – Hump Day Hangouts – Episode 76” »


How To Relay Seo Strategies To Apprehensive Webmasters?

By April


In the 76th episode of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked about the best ways to communicate with webmasters who have apprehensions on SEO strategies.

The exact question was:

how would you explain to a web master who is not an seo that a full text rss post will be classed as duplicate content, I heard you say that you would get the client to tell the web master to just do it because some web masters are apprehensive about doing it, how would you explain this to a client? Thanks.

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How To Know If A Website Has Been Overlayed With A New Domain?

By April



In episode 76 of Semantic Mastery's Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the ways to know if a website is overlayed by a new domain.

The exact question was:

When a site has been overlayed over a particular domain, is there a way to tell what content is on the “real” domain page and if so how (outside of possibly wayback archive)? Thanks.

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How Effective Would Having A Network Around Each Subdomain Be For A Medical Lead Gen Site?

By April


 

During episode 76 of Semantic Mastery's Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if it's okay to add separate IFTTT network to each subdomain intended to optimize medical lead gen site.

The exact question was:

1) I have a lead gen site that has 4 city subdomains. In a webinar you recommended using only one network on the entire root domain. The only build an additional network around any competitive subdomain. My plan is for 10 subdomains, and one network would certainly be easier than 10 but I care more about effectiveness. I am wondering how much more effective would having a network around each subdomain be for a medical lead gen site?

I have one network already built around one city subdomain that is branded with the city url and already has posts, feeds submitted to directories, etc. I also have a 2nd new network that was accidentally built around the ROOT domain and it has not been used at all yet.

Should I use this new network for subdomain 2, 3, 4 and all later subdomains – and continue to use the existing network for subdomain #1?

2) If only using one network, do the subdomains lack a silo structure due to no posts on the subdomains? What happens to the Google+ pages and Local pages for each subdomain – are they not included in the network so nothing syndicates out to them?

3) It does not seem as though having one network reduces the total number of blog posts needed per month. Is that correct? Thanks!

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Are Expired Tumblr Domains Useful Even if It has No PA, TF and Backlinks?

By April


In episode 76 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the SEO use of expired Tumblr domains with no backlinks and PA.

The exact question was:

Are expired, aged Tumblr accounts WITHOUT any metrics (PA, TF, backlinks, etc.) useful for anything? These accounts I'm finding are related to my niche, are about 2-3 years old, but have no backlinks of any kind. Any benefit to using them versus just creating brand new Tumblr accounts?

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What Anchor Text to Use When Linking the Homepage?

By April


In episode 75 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the proper anchor text to use when linking the homepage in a silo structured site.

The exact question was:

On a subdomain website, for the links linking the home page of the subdomain down to the top level pages and back up to homepage what types of anchor text do you use? Do you use the most important keywords?

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