As it’s the end of the year, we wanted to share some of our most successful content published on our Rise to the Top blog. Hopefully, these articles will be useful to your business in 2014. Check out: 10 Commandments of SEO [Infographic] #MattCuttsMoses; Ask the Experts: Top 3 Link Building Strategies in 2013; Facebook Cheat Sheet: Image Size and Dimensions; and 75 Negative Keywords That Every AdWords Campaign Should Include.
10 Commandments of SEO [Infographic] #MattCuttsMoses
Our Ten Commandments of SEO infographic continues to bring new daily visitors to our website. The TechWyse team had a lot of fun drafting and designing the concept of Matt Cutts as Moses. After publishing the infographic, we got great engagement from our visitors. It even got picked up by Search Engine Roundtable and Search Engine Land(two of our teams go-to resources). We’re pretty sure Matt Cutts himself saw the infographic, since we mailed him a hardcopy to the Google Mountain View office.
Ask the Experts: Top 3 Link Building Strategies in 2013
Creating complying content usually is a collaborative effort. You need a writer, an edit, maybe a graphic designer. It this case, the ask the experts article, is a collaborative blog post that showcases 7 SEO master’s best linking building strategies for 2013. All of the link building methods highlighted in this post will continue to be effective strategies in 2014.
Facebook Cheat Sheet: Image Size and Dimensions
Our Facebook image size Infographic was created make the lives of social media managers and graphic designers easier. This infographic still gets a lot of attention even though it highlights the dimensions for the old Facebook layout. If you are interested in more Facebook dimensions, check out our ad sizes infographic.
75 Negative Keywords That Every AdWords Campaign Should Include
AdWords can be a tricking platform for those unfamiliar with paid search and can result in budget loss if it’s used incorrectly. Every penny really does count with AdWords! In order to help people use AdWords for cost effectively, we created a list of negative keywords that every AdWords campaign should include to ensure ads get the right clicks.
More of TechWyse’s Top Blog Posts
Landing Page Best Practices: How to Design the Prefect Landing Page
Facebook Ad Specifications and Dimensions
How to put Ads in the Facebook News Feed
Google+ Dimensions Cheat Sheet
How to Send a Text Message From Your Computer for Free