Picture the example.
You have a site that covers health, science, sport and 10 other categories.
When someone clicks on 'sport', the menu changes to 'home – sport menu – tennis – football – golf
Should an article on golf have links to all major parent categories (science, health, sport etc), or
only to home, sports menu, and child sport categories such as football, tennis and golf?
Since the beginning of March, I've been working pretty hard on 'Guest Posting'. We all have our own ideas of what to look for and I'm learning about that side of it all the time. I've got to the point now where I don't currently have enough writers to cover all the articles I'm needing to write for other people's sites, and my sites are improving in rankings, so I seem to be doing something right.
However, I can see Google clamping down on this. In fact, I'm sure they aren't a fan of it now…
Long story short, I've been paying monthly and the software suddenly stopped working. It was showing a padlock even though I was using the same ver code and had paid recrently for another month.
All they say is a developer will get in touch – I think I'll have died of old age before that happenes, so my only option is to cancel the monthly payments and find something that works.
I'm just needing the keyword searches and an idea of keyword competition.
What would you suggest?
We had Myspace but then Facebook and Twitter raised their ugly mug. I guess you can include the likes of Snapchat and Instagram.
But what's next? There's definitely a hole in the market. Facebook is proving that – plenty of ways a new platform could be created and be better.
But on a forum like this, it's always about planning for the future. Any predictions as to what the next social media giant will be?
I'm on a huge guest posting mission and I'm finding some sites have a DA of something like 25-30, yet an article they wrote a year ago, still has a PA of 1.
Does anybody have any theories as to why that is? Other articles on other sites have their PA updated much sooner.