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IFTTT is an amazingly useful web based tool that can be used in a wide variety of ways. However, if you are new to IFTTT and are not sure exactly how it works, then watch this video to get an over view of IFTTT and how it can be put to work for you – from automatically syndicating content to delivering items for storage.
What are the best IFTTT recipes for use in syndication and making your day to day life easier? Find out with Semantic Mastery by watching the video.
From SEO automation to content syndication, IFTTT has it all – watch the video to find out how your life can be improved by putting IFTTT recipes to work for you!
Did you know that you can use IFTTT to make automated backlinks that will help you build your network and grow the power and domain authority of the site that you are basing it off of?
What's even better about this is that it is a one-time setup – after that you can depend on your network of high authority web 2.0 and social sites to drive juice to your site time after time. It's a great setup that works.
There was a product called IFTTT Backlink Commando that helped with this process. It could create IFTTT accounts and speed up the process of implementing recipes (what IFTTT actions are called). However, there are some additional aspects that you need to be aware of – creating IFTTT accounts is only part of the equation. Watch the video for more info.
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Increase the amount of submissions that you can make by utilizing free networks. IFTTT allows you to automate submissions based off of RSS feeds, among other factors. This means that you can connect blogs, websites, YouTube Channels and more to IFTTT in order to syndicate your content offsite to tons of high Domain Authority Properties. Done properly you can quickly build Trust, Page Authority, and more using interconnected properties that are syndicated using IFTTT.
Want to know more – check out IFTTTSEO.COM.
We make use of FCS Networker in our own businesses and find it incredibly useful for creating T3 properties, backlinking to all sorts of properties, helping push Trust Flow, and automating posting to many types of properties. Click Here to get FCS Networker.
Our December 11th Semantic Mastery webinar covered many SEO topics including how to get the most out of SociSynd, Syndwire, and additional information on utilizing the SAPE network (and software to make it much easier) along with Domain Authority boosting.
In this member's webinar we went over several topics, including new syndication properties that you can use to continue building even more safe backlinks to automatically, on-page SEO audits, and boosting Domain Authority.
This was a combination of our bi-weekly member's webinar and our weekly “Humpday” Wednesday public hangout.
In this webinar we showed a script that can generate a RSS feed from your Twitter timeline as well as additional ways to generate high Domain Authority RSS feeds from various sources.
Semantic markup is becoming more and more important – hopefully it's a tool that is in your SEO toolbox. If not, you can get started today with some simple additions that will allow you to do things like show a business phone number in search results.
Right now, while your number might be shown if relevant to the result, or included in the top of your page, you can add some simple markup to your site that will show search engines what your number is why it should be displayed.
Note – right now, this is for a national or global based contact number. How can you do this locally? Get a map pack listing!
With the latest updates, PBN footprints have finally gained more traction as people are realizing that having obvious signs of linked networks means that they can be taken down. Sounds like everyone should know this, right?
Well, most people “know” it, but putting it into practice is another thing. In this video I'm going to show you a tool you can use to analyze code on sites to discover networks – you should take a look at your own sites to make sure you're covering your footprint if you have a network of your own. This is also a handy tool for checking out various other code related items – plugins, themes, etc.