Secret SEO tricks behind TechCrunch

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Neil Patel’s company, ACS Consulting claims he doubled TechCrunch’s traffic through search engine optimization. Jennifer Jones interviewed Neil for her Marketing Voices show.

20 thoughts on “Secret SEO tricks behind TechCrunch

  1. Online promotion with the aid of online marketing and seo are good ways to promote yourself and your business on the online environment. When it comes to seo services there are only a handful of companies who really know what they're doing. Only these know what content is all about, fixing site issues, URL canoniclization and rewrites and getting you a lot of links. If you want SEO for your site i recommend you search for a good company. Don't let a noname mess up your site !

  2. Online promotion with the aid of online marketing and seo are good ways to promote yourself and your business on the online environment. When it comes to seo services there are only a handful of companies who really know what they're doing. Only these know what content is all about, fixing site issues, URL canoniclization and rewrites and getting you a lot of links. If you want SEO for your site i recommend you search for a good company. Don't let a noname mess up your site !

  3. Yeah. This had nothing really new or interesting in it. It’s basic SEO 101 stuff – hardly ‘Secret’ techniques. I think we can learn more from this post. Got all of us here, despite having nothing really original. ;).

  4. Yeah. This had nothing really new or interesting in it. It’s basic SEO 101 stuff – hardly ‘Secret’ techniques. I think we can learn more from this post. Got all of us here, despite having nothing really original. ;).

  5. Duncan, there was a lot more stuff done to the blog then just messing with meta tags. I did not go through everything in the interview due to time.

  6. Duncan, there was a lot more stuff done to the blog then just messing with meta tags. I did not go through everything in the interview due to time.

  7. but its still search traffic, not direct (I bet most search traffic doesn’t stick, either)

    Robert made it sounds like there is some magic way to double-boost traffic, when the guy on the podcast says something else..

  8. but its still search traffic, not direct (I bet most search traffic doesn’t stick, either)

    Robert made it sounds like there is some magic way to double-boost traffic, when the guy on the podcast says something else..

  9. I thought this was going to be exciting: all that was done was dropping the blog name out of the description for each post, real simple stuff.

  10. I thought this was going to be exciting: all that was done was dropping the blog name out of the description for each post, real simple stuff.

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