In episode #900, we discuss how to do SEO without building links. Tune in to hear what other types of SEO you can do.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: How You Can Do SEO Without Build Links
- [00:40] If you have a good product, you don’t have to fight for links, content, or attention.
- [00:56] Ubersuggest is popular in and of itself. Link building wasn’t necessary.
- [02:06] Use Ahrefs or SEMRush to see how your site and keywords are ranking.
- [03:00] Leverage social sites to get more press.
- [03:15] Reddit has subreddits for everything and is a great resource.
- [04:18] Our sites already have domain authority, so our tactics will be different.
- [05:00] Eric’s team is planning to create more products and sites that are practical.
- [05:56] There are paid tools that have more features than Ubersuggest, but they aren’t free!
- [06:11] That’s it for today!
- [06:15] Go here to see how many downloads the show is getting. Also rate and review to help us meet our goal of 1 Million downloads per month. Hopefully, we’ll see you at the live event in L.A.!
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