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Beta is over: the awaited new SEO reports storm out in full force!

October 4th, 2011 | Link-Assistant.Com


New SEO reports
Just a minute ago we’ve fired out the stable version of fully-tested, translated into world languages and much advanced new SEO PowerSuite’s reports.

Thumbed-up by over 6,500 SEO businesses who took part in beta-testing, these reports prove a terrific SEO productivity booster if you ever need to:

  • Make informed and sure-winning SEO decisions that propel your website to top Google rankings
  • Impress your SEO clients with professional reports that analyze their sites or report your SEO work done
  • Demonstrate SEO work to your boss
  • Share SEO data with co-workers quickly and conveniently

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Long-Tail Keywords: 10 Reasons to Use Them for Your SEO Campaign

July 15th, 2011 | Alesia Krush


a long tailKeywords can be short-tail or long-tail. Short-tail keywords are shorter phrases that have generic meaning, for example, "men's shoes". They are also sometimes referred to as head words. While long-tail keyword phrases are longer, more specific search terms that better describe a particular thing or concept, for instance, "cheap gucci men's shoes". There is no distinct point at which a short-tail keyword phrase becomes long-tail - it's all relative. So, one and the same search term can be said to be long- or short-tail, depending on what other term you compare it with.

SEO newbies are often unfamiliar with the concept of long-tail keywords and do not realize the immense potential these keywords hold. Once they find out how long-tail terms can virtually transform one's online business, they are a bit shocked they haven't discovered this earlier ;).

Actually, there is nothing complicated about the art of using long-tails to your advantage. It's just that one should have a good understanding of how they benefit SEO. There are many good reasons to tap into long-tail keywords' hidden capabilities, these being... Read more »

How to Do Keyword Research with Rank Tracker

April 28th, 2011 | Olga Gabdulkhakova


People who review Link-Assistant.Com's SEO tools on various software downloading and reviewing websites often speak high of Rank Tracker's keyword research capabilities.

Indeed, Rank Tracker makes use of 20 keyword research methods – there's no match in the SEO industry. Backed by advanced search safety settings and a reliable anti-CAPTCHA solution, keyword research with Rank Tracker is simple and stress-free.

If you choose one method only, you know the answer to the question "How to do keyword research with Rank Tracker" – simply by following the wizard's steps.

Things become less trivial if you apply several (or all) methods. In this post we'd like to share two approaches to combining various methods that will let you generate the best keyword suggestions. Read more »

How to Revamp the Semantic Core of Stale Websites?

April 21st, 2011 | Eugene Khutarniuk


Have you ever had an elevated “this time I’m gonna do all things right” feeling when you put yourself to optimizing a freshly baked, crispy website? Oh, yes, you did! It’s cool to have an opportunity to get everything done to a tee from the very beginning.

But how to tackle old, stale projects that have been “suspended” for a period longer than the average life span of a Chinese hard drive that used to carry all your reports, spreadsheets, and historic data? Alternatively, you may take over projects from your colleagues who didn’t bother to equip you with enough data.

Let’s go over a keyword research technique that might work well for your stale projects. It is likely to yield quick results. The process includes two main stages: data collection and data analysis.
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New Organizational Paradigm for Your Keywords List

February 9th, 2011 | Eugene Khutarniuk


No one would doubt that keyword research and analysis is one of the most common tasks an SEO professional has to tackle. While there’s been much written about on how to find “high search-volume keywords” and “develop your site’s semantic core” (I enjoy this slang, you know), a rare blogger would tell you what to do next with a ten-folds-long list of keyword phrases. Do you want to impose a new organizational paradigm on your keywords? – Then read on!

Many beginning SEO marketers are obsessed with data mining, endless analysis, and research, but they do forget that the results of any research should be actionable, i.e. bring positive changes and propel a web-site or online business to their objectives, in other words your data files are to be well-structured and purpose oriented. The other day when I was reviewing keyword research files of a newbie SEO marketer, it reminded me of a dialogue from The Big Bang Theory:

Leonard: - So her apartment is a bit messy. So what?
Sheldon: - Messy?! The Mandelbrot complex number set is messy. This is a disaster!!

the list was kind of biggish and overwhelmed with search volume, KEI, Competition, and other metrics – all things mixed, unsorted, and unstructured. I am going to show you an easy way to visualize and structure the output data of your keyword research. We are going to use a simple keyword matrix.
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Studying Wikipedia’s Collective Mind

January 26th, 2011 | Link-Assistant.Com


As SEO software providers advocating white-hat search engine optimization solely, we seek to spread valuable information on the industry's ethical and fair techniques. Those who are making their first steps in SEO might not be aware of reliable sources such as Search Engine Land or Search Engine Journal from the very start.

Wondering what the novice studying approach might be we recalled Wikipedia at once - a trustworthy source for valuable information of any kind. We decided to contribute to Wikipedia by writing a series of articles on basic SEO notions.

For a start, we have chosen Keyword Efficiency Index, aka Keyword Effectiveness Index or KEI, as a topic to see how it works out. And... it didn't work out at all!

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