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Google June 2019 Core Search Algorithm Update – Were You Effected?

Discover How the Google June 2019 Core Search Algorithm Update Could Impact Your Affiliate Campaigns While Google says the June 2019 Core Search Algorithm Update was not a major one, you should keep an eye out on how your site and affiliate campaigns were and will be impacted. These core updates by Google impact how Read More…

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New Google Search Update: SERP Wants More Diverse Results

Discover how the new Google search update affects your affiliate campaigns The new Google search update may affect your affiliate results if you ranked multiple times in top results. On June 6th, Google announced that it updated its search results to include more domain diversity. Google’s goal is to show no more than two results Read More…

How to find a good link partner

8 Things to Consider Before Accepting a Link Partner

Don’t Get into Bed with Every Link Partner You Meet. Here’s Why. While Google consistently tweaks their algorithm to look beyond factors like backlinks, links still play an important role in rank. Most websites don’t just earn links on their own, they implement some sort of link building strategy or hire a service. If you Read More…

How to avoid and fix Google penalties

Google Penalties: How to Tell If You’ve Been Hit & How to Fix It

Google Penalties Are a Big Deal. Learn How to Tell if You’ve Been Hit and How to Make it Right. It’s time to stop looking for loopholes. If you haven’t figured it out yet, there are no shortcuts worth Google penalties. Gone are the days where SEOs can depend on outsourced articles written in poor Read More…

SEO Strategy for the new age

3 Tasks to Boost Your SEO Strategy

These Tasks Can Improve Your Overall SEO Strategy Your ability to rank has a direct correlation with your affiliate earning potential. While there are over 4 billion daily searches on Google a day, the top five results earn 65% of the clicks. Furthermore, only 25% of Google users click past the first page of search Read More…