If you haven’t heard about it already, FormGet is a feature rich and extremely flexible online form builder app that lets you build anything from a modest ‘contact us’ form to a powerful lead generator and payments collector.
Now, I don’t get to see often a bunch of talented Indian guys coming up with such a powerful online solution, so when the people behind FormGet asked me if I’d be looking to host a giveaway, I didn’t say no. There’s a completely free version of FormGet available (with limited, but sufficient, number of entries per month) that you can give it a try first before entering with a hope to win.
New and unsaturated ways to build links are always welcomed with a smiling face in the link building world. At a time where large scale guest posting and infographic embedding campaigns have become pretty mainstream, you can leverage a heavily under-utilized way to earn high-quality, editorially given links to your site.
By publishing expert interviews on your site, you can not only leverage the existing following of reputable people in your industry, but also satisfy readers with useful and unique questions and answers. This satisfaction will effectively have a great chance of converting into backlinks and social shares.
Link Marketing is a term many of you probably aren’t familiar with, but it’s essentially artificial link building, but the sole goal of it isn’t just increasing organic traffic — it has several other long-term benefits associated with it as well.
Well, why is it called artificial link building? Mainly because it’s a bit different, although completely ethical, from what Google prefers webmasters to be more interested in — link earning. Link marketing involves manual labour while link earning (directly) doesn’t.
In this post, I’ll give you a basic idea of what link marketing is like. I’ll also discuss about some of the most lucrative benefits attached to link marketing.
You might always have wanted Google to index your new blog posts the second they’re live, but it doesn’t simply happen. While expecting googlebot to permanently reside on your site is a bit unrealistic in nature, you can still make use of various ethical ways that’d make googlebot come back to your site often, and not only that, also get the new pages on your site indexed quickly, even if you’re not the New York Times or Mashable.
Last month, I changed the month and year based permalink structure of TechTage to a simpler one based on just the post name. When I initially changed the structure from WordPress settings, I was quick to notice that old links were not working any more. With a quick .htaccess tweak, I was able to fix that and so far all my old URLs are 301 redirecting to the current ones. This was a lot easier to achieve than I had anticipated, and I’m going to show how you can do it too in this post.