This next tip is something I stumbled across when I was doing a blog refresh and trying to get a featured snippet for a client was ranking #2. What I wanted to know, was what my featured snippet was going to look like when I got it. Here’s how you can preview your featured snippet.
Why you should read this post: at the end and I’ll show you a DR 11 site that has a page getting 5000+ visits a month with a $1000 traffic value. I found it using this technique and it only took a few minutes.
Watch the full episode here:
When I first saw this slide deck before the episode, I thought it was Kyle’s secret sauce. I was so happy to be exposed to it, then two weeks later he mentioned it on SEO Fight Club, so it’s fair game for me to share!
It’s a Reverse Silo or “virtual silo” it’s something I offer to every site I work on since learning about it and it’s something I can tell you works and it is pure money!
Ok, so thanks for making it this far. I promise this’ll be worth it.
So the trick here is to put an asterisk:
This spreadsheet I created allows you to easily check to see if you:
- have used that anchor text previously
- have the link already
I suggest adding your own customized columns. For example, contact info, cost etc.
This strategy is inspired by a module from Kyle Roof’s On-Page course (shared with his permission).
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Today’s note will show you how to find keywords where your CTR is underperforming. Fix these with more compelling titles, meta descriptions and maybe a little bit of schema, and you’re bound to increase your traffic without spending a dime on content or links.
Thanks for stopping by. Today’s note is going to combine two tools to create some magic… well, there’s a third tool… a super cool spreadsheet that I created for you folks to make analysis super easy. It also has some customization.