Tag Archives: Web CEO
Be Informed About What Happens Behind Competitor Lines

It’s hard to have a successful online business without sometimes spying a little on your competitors and their adoption of best-practice marketing tactics. We prefer to call this a competitive analysis. Now you can learn your competitors’ best practices even more easily with the help of our newly added Competitor Metrics reports.

First, choose the 3 or 4 sites that you really compete with. These will be the sites you will watch regularly.

The main aim of a competitive analysis is to predict where your competitors may outrank you and fine-tune your marketing strategy to avoid this. The WebCEO Online Competitor Metrics reports provide you with a lof of key information.
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Meet the New WebCEO Online Tools and Look

Were you surprised when you logged into your WebCEO Online account today? Yes, now WebCEO looks a lot different and I should confess I like the added tools and new interface very much!

The new WebCEO Online look was inspired with the best flat design practices. Now you can navigate easily between the tools and reports needed for site audits, link building, social metrics monitoring and marketing analytics or reach your favorite reports in just one click.

Internal Links Optimization

The Google Hummingbird update has made it inevitably necessary to establish and support a website theme with the help of an organized and optimized internal linking structure. With the new Internal Links Optimization tool you will be able to find out how authoritative your web pages are in the eyes of the search engines and optimize your internal linking structure to get the highest rankings.
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Empower Your SEO Strategy with Google Advice-Based SEO tools

As you’ve already been made aware, the new year 2014 will be the year of authority and semantic search in SEO. The key elements of your successful SEO strategy should be content, site structure and authority. To implement the steps necessary to stay on the top of search engine results, you will need a set of reliable and up-to-date promotional tools.

In the year 2013 the WebCEO Backlink Quality Checker was created to help you avoid the Google Penguin penalty by getting rid of toxic backlinks and avoiding the use of site wide links back to your site, for instance on websites you created for others. Updates in Web CEO Online have made it so you can also monitor your site’s search engine rankings for all types of results, including blended results like Google Places positions, across multiple locations. The WebCEO Rank Checker is now a godsend for all Digital Agencies that we cooperate with. We have added widgets that help you evaluate your website’s progress in seconds. We’ve also partnered with Search Engine News to keep you informed about the best search marketing practices via the Learn SEO button at the top of your screen.
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WebCEO Review: API Integration

Today we are proud to share the WebCEO review provided by DJ Kennedy, TechWyse Internet Marketing  CEO and AdLuge founder. As with any client-oriented company, we are happy to see our customers satisfied with our products and do our best to improve WebCEO every day.

Before Web CEO, reporting on keyword rankings was laborious, inaccurate and increasingly unreliable. We found that gathering this data ourselves wasn’t going to scale as we expanded our client-base and subsequently the number of reports we needed.

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Matt Cutts Says You Can Use the Disavow Tool Anytime You Need

In a recent video Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, said that you can use the disavow tool even if you do not see that Google team members have given you a “manual action” in your Google Webmaster Tools.

When to Use the Google Disavow Tool

  1. You, in the past, conducted bad SEO or hired a bad SEO who built bad links to your site and you can’t get those links removed.
  2. Your rankings dropped and you think the Google Penguin algorithm caused this drop.
  3. You noticed a link bomb attack and are afraid it might hurt your site.
  4. There are links to your site that you do not want to be associated with.
  5. Your site seems to have been hit by negative SEO.

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