Open Site

Open-Site, the Open Encyclopedia Project was a free internet encyclopedia operated by Michael J. Flickinger in an effort to build a free categorized community-built encyclopedia, inspired by DMOZ. The Open Site software is open source under the Mozilla Public License and the content was free content under the GNU Free Documentation License.
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  • 12 Common Reasons Reconsideration Requests Fail

    …, at the very least: Google Webmaster Tools (both latest and sample links) Bing Webmaster Tools Majestic SEO (Fresh Index) Ahrefs Open Site Explorer If you use any toxic link-detection services (e.g., Linkrisk and Link Detox), then you need to take a few precautions to ensure the following: They are 100% transparent about their backlink…

    Moz Blogin SEO- 15 readers -
  • 1 Hour SEO Audit Challenge: Odoo

    … Understanding the broad concepts of search engine optimization and effectively using them to get measurable results for your online business are two very different things. To truly understand what constitutes a good SEO presence, businesses need to take a look at themselves and their competition to identify what is being done correctly and what…

    Austin Paley/ ROI Factor Blogin SEO Content- 26 readers -
  • 10 Marketing Predictions You Should Prepare for in 2015

    … proven to generate a positive ROI for businesses. Just look at my name. My Neil Patel brand is actually larger than some of the businesses I own according to Google Trends. And I’m able to leverage it to drive more signups to my business. Why can’t you market both your business and yourself? I’ve been doing it for years, and it has done wonders…

    Neil Patel/ Quick Sproutin Paid Search SEO- 24 readers -
  • Don’t Blog Unless You Use These 11 Tools

    … to write. Tool #2: Quick Sprout Did you know there is a content marketing tool on Quick Sprout? Best of all, it’s free. To start, simply enter your URL or your competitor’s URL here. You’ll see a report that looks like this: When you click on the “social media tab,” you’ll see a table that looks like this: This table shows all the pages on any…

    Neil Patel/ Quick Sprout- 31 readers -
  • 5 SEO Tactics To Kick-Start The New Year

    … need to go “full-fledged stalker” in your competitive analysis, giving your existing analysis a quick refresh could certainly be beneficial. Revisit Links Using Majestic, Open Site Explorer, Ahrefs, or your other favorite link-checking tool, scan competitor sites to see what new links they’ve acquired recently. Look at what press mentions they’ve…

    Casie Gillette/ Search Engine Landin SEO- 27 readers -
  • 10 Must-Have Paid SEO Tools

    …, formerly known as SEOmoz. It is a suite of tools focused on demystifying the so-called black box process of SEO. GetListed, Followerwonk, Open Site Explorer, Fresh Web Explorer, and Rank Tracker are some of the most recommended tools of Moz. Here are some of the things Moz does: Gets rankings, social, links, content, brand, and traffic related data…

    Navneet Kaushal/ ClickZin SEO- 13 readers -
  • The Golden Rule for Leveraging SEO from your PR Activities

    … in certain car parks in Leeds and Manchester for free… by paying using conkers. The link now redirects, but if you look at it using Open Site Explorer, it has 6 links from 6 domains. Not massive numbers, admittedly (although more than a lot of other PR campaigns, I reckon), but what’s interesting is how and why one of the sites has linked…

    SEOnoin SEO- 13 readers -
  • Close More Clients With A Quick Local Site Audit

    … way of saying: (a) you have to do more than citations, and (b) you have to have a good link profile. Use your link tool of choice — I suggest Open Site Explorer, Majestic, or Ahrefs. Check the overall Domain Authority (or whatever metric your tool uses), the total number of inbound links and the total number of linking root domains. 4. Check Google…

    Greg Gifford/ Search Engine Landin SEO Twitter- 13 readers -
  • 12 Common Reasons Reconsideration Requests Fail

    …. You need to combine data from as many different sources as possible. A good starting point is to collate backlink data, at the very least: Google Webmaster Tools (both latest and sample links) Bing Webmaster Tools Majestic SEO (Fresh Index) Ahrefs Open Site Explorer If you use any toxic link-detection services (e.g., Linkrisk and Link…

    Moz User Generated Blogin SEO- 11 readers -
  • Conquer Your Competition with these Three Moz Tools - Next Level

    … building ideas. Finally, head over to Followerwonk to find potential Twitter followers to poach from your competitors. Looking for other resources to help you plan your attack? Here are some that might help. Go get 'em, tiger! (But watch out for zebras…) Open Site Explorer's New Link Building Opportunities Section (and a Slight Redesign…

    Moz Blogin SEO Twitter- 10 readers -
  • 1 Hour SEO Audit Challenge: ShipHero

    … most importantly their website is fully responsive, which gives them a huge leg up on competition that can't provide a seamless experience for users across multiple devices. Tools Used In order to keep things consistent, I used the exact same tools as last week: Ragepank Screaming Frog MajesticSEO Mozbar Open Site Explorer Copyscape…

    Brendon Rowe/ ROI Factor Blogin SEO Content- 16 readers -
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