Mastery PR and Semantic Mastery have released Content Kingpin, a comprehensive training program that teaches how to build a content marketing agency with virtual assistants.
Content marketing is a service that can be provided to local businesses and can easily be outsourced. This is a hands-free content marketing strategy that local marketing consultants can sell to generate an additional stream of revenue with very little work required.
RYS Academy from Semantic Mastery is a full on SEO course that teaches how to use Google Drive for SEO.
This course not only teaches how to setup and optimize Google Drive files to rank in the search results, it also shows how to use Drive to rank local listings in the maps 3-pack and rank websites in the organic results.
IFTTT SEO Academy 2.0 is an updated version of Semantic Mastery's flagship product that was originally released in January of 2015.
IFTTT, which stands for If This Then That, is an online web application that allows people to connect various web 2.0 accounts, social media properties, mobile apps, blogs, and more which can then be posted to use automated “recipes”.
Bradley Benner originally developed IFTTT “syndication networks” for his own SEO needs, but after sharing his IFTTT SEO strategy with a small group of online marketers who were then able to duplicate his success, he and his partners within Semantic Mastery decided to create a training product from it.
Since it's launch in 2015, IFTTT SEO has become a staple for SEOs around the globe. This updated version builds upon the foundation of the original version and includes improvements that make the IFTTT Syndication Networks even more powerful.
IFTTT SEO Academy 2.0 relaunches on March 28, 2016 at 9 AM Eastern and has a discounted launch price for the first 7 days. If you're even considering buying this amazing product, now is the time.
In the 70th episode of Hump Day Hangouts by Semantic Mastery, one participant asked about the links that should be placed in a Diigo profile.
The exact question was:
In Diigo, Under the “Me Elsewhere” after putting twitter, blogger, etc in – at the bottom it has one line for “other link.” You put in the Google+ profile/About URL. and said this “other link”should be used for the url where all the 15 links will end up. For a Branded network, Should this be the profile or page? Will all those 15 links end up on the G+ business page? Or in that “other link” line- should I put my branded website url instead of the G+ profile or G+ page?