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10 robots.txt files worth to have a look at

July 8th, 2013 | Ksenia Dobreva

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Even a junior SEO knows what a robots.txt file is. While performing my marketing job I have come across a lot of interesting cases connected with these files and their usage. So I compiled a list of robots files for you to have a look and enjoy. Read more »

Friday cartoon: no guarantees

May 17th, 2013 | Ksenia Dobreva

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Friday cartoon from link-assistant.com - SEO clients don't have any guarantee

Not.coms: should websites sacrifice ranking scope for playful brand perception?

January 21st, 2013 | Ksenia Dobreva

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“In the future, fortune could well favor those who didn’t sell their good domain names too cheaply, or too boldly”

Frank Schilling

Picking a right domain for your website has been a part of SEO basics for several years now.

A website address is not only a way to reach your page using a browser. It is also a part of branding: domain explains a company’s name or product, gives some ideas about your business sector and simply is a thing to remember and associate with a brand.

Choose a superb and catchy website address, play with the company name and words that describe some essence and purpose of your page, because this is a great way to boost your brand awareness even before a detailed SEO campaign is started.

There are a lot of options you can use to make your domain work for you. But today we are not speaking of keywords, website name length and using a brand name in it. There is an important issue about your website which is a top-level domain (TLD). Simply defined, TLD is the last part of a full domain name. For google.com TLD is obviously .com. Read more »

Forget SEO, Think Long Run

January 30th, 2012 | Tanya - Link-Assistant.Com

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I may get fired for writing this post but the heck with it. It’s time to vent. About SEO, online marketing, priorities, goals and, quite simply, a sense of purpose in business, and life. As you read, ponder these two short and simple words: long run. Read more »