If you use any type of outbound link on your site you will need to nofollow and/or cloak those links before you get a visit from the new Google Penguin. And you may have more links than you realize. In a recent video, Matt Cutts shed light on what Google is trying to accomplish with the Penguin 2.0 update that was recently released. In it he mentions the halt of floating Page Rank often. That comes from outbound links, especially advertorials. Those could be affiliate links, PPC (Pay Per Click), or even an innocent “Powered by” link on one of your plugins. Find out what you need to know about the links on your site and how to correct any issues so that the Penguin doesn’t pop your site on its analytic head. This is a rather long post with full instructions. Click here or the free report image to download a copy.
Dealing with multiple Google Accounts can be a site owner’s worst nightmare. Now with G+ Personal Profiles, Brand Pages, Hangouts On-Air, and YouTube thrown into the mix, it’s just a gosh-awful mess. But it’s a mess you can straighten out. I’ve written a free report titled Multiple Google Accounts – Manage, Merge, and Connect to help you. Some things can be changed more easily than others. And, making any changes could radically impact your SEO in the short and long term. There is no single solution. Plus, whatever you do now, things could change down the road. If you’re in multiple Google Account hell too, read on to discover how to get yourself out of this mess and the factors you need to consider as you do.
New site owners are drawn to MailChimp as an email subscription service because it offers so many great features for free. But, if you’ve ever worked with their signup forms you’ve probably discovered that they’re, well, ugly. In a new 14 page report, I review all of the free and premium plugins that integrate with MailChimp to create better forms. Plus, you’ll find the code you need to create custom forms.
What would happen to your business if your entire site were suddenly lost? I don’t mean temporarily unavailable, I mean gone. Scary, right? It happens more than you can imagine. Sites get hacked, host servers crash, updates disrupt functionality, and site owners poke around where they shouldn’t and break things. Get this free report on How to Backup Your WordPress Site and make sure you are protected from site loss.