Reference: Good to Know

1. What are contextual links? Just as the name implies, these are links that are inside a block of contextually related text. A real contextual link will look like this: “A good program on <a href=”http://weightloss.com“>weight loss</a> is the one that works exactly for your body type.” You can mimic contextual links by doing the…

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How to Work with the Content Quality Settings

In Kontent Machine 3, we integrated our proprietary content quality checking algorithm. We have included three predefined sets and three slots for setting your preferences.  Kontent Machine Quality Score (KMQS) This is Kontent Machine’s rating system of content readability. – Excellent refers to high-quality pieces of content. – Good means that the content is still…

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How to Import Content to GSA SER

In this tutorial you will learn how you can directly import content to GSA SER without having to export files. Note that  How to Export Content for GSA SER is still a valid way to get your KM content to GSA SER. 1. First you will need to create a campaign in Kontent Machine and…

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Kontent Machine and Senuke Xcr

In this tutorial, you will learn advanced techniques on how to work with Senuke Xcr and KontentMachine. This is the easiest way to add real contextual links inside the properties you are submitting to with Senuke Xcr. Assuming you have set up the preferred options in KM, and you have set up your URLs and…

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Building GSA SER Campaigns the Smart Way

This post will be short but useful. I wanted to show you the smart way to use Kontent Machine with GSA SER. Since we released our API and Sven added it in GSA SER you no longer have to export text files. Here is a quicker method for doing that: You will need to create your Kontent…

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Proper Keyword Research 06 – I Spy With My Little Eye

This is the last step in our keyword research process. By now you should have gathered dozens of niche ideas, thousands of initial keywords and you should have filtered the gold nuggets by checking the TAComp in Market Samurai and Average Keyword Competitiveness in LongTail Pro. Although you can directly go and start building your…

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Proper Keyword Research 05 – Let’s See What We Have Here

This is the part where I put everything together in one spreadsheet and decide what keywords to go after. I come from the corporate world and in my experience the single piece of software which the corporations cannot possibly exist is MS Excel. Although I was writing macros we will not need that kind of…

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Proper Keyword Research 04 – Getting a Second Opinion

Yes, it’s actually a “third” opinion, not a second one. As mentioned before, different tools use different data sources. The reason I use several of them is to get a better picture of what the difficulty is. This step is optional but I highly recommend you do it. Why? Because it will help you weed…

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Proper Keyword Research 03 – Now We Are Getting Somewhere

By now you probably have hundreds of keywords in all sorts of niches, right? If not make sure you check out how to get the initial ideas and what to do with them. Although Ultimate Niche Finder says the competition is Very Easy, Easy or Medium I want to get a second opinion (and a…

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Proper Keyword Research 02 – The Shotgun Approach

By now you probably have more than enough initial niche ideas. It is time to work on finding the keywords we want to rank for.   You don’t want to get too specific at this stage. You need to collect as many related keywords as you possibly can. The tool I absolutely adore and use…

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