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Ubersuggest: An Awesome Free Keyword Tool

You may remember my review of Dave Chesson’s (aka Kindlepreneur’s) KDP Rocket. KDP Rocket is by far the easiest way to find keywords for your Amazon ads, as it searches for books similar to yours (in the Also Bought department) and offers these in a handy Excel spreadsheet. 341 more words

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Why Promoting Yourself Less Is Better for Your Business

Email marketing remains the best way to reach your (potential) customers and sell your products and services. It is also an effective tool to boost your brand awareness and grow to become an authority in your industry. 401 more words

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Grassroots Marketing: How to Grow Your Brand Organically With Captivating Content — Blog – Neil Patel

Sometimes, your best marketing weapon has nothing to do with the amount of money you can pour into a campaign. Most of the time, the focus is on creating effective ad campaigns or perfecting an email pitch that will reach a client.

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E-commerce SEO for Intermediates: How to Break Through $1 Million in Organic Sales — Blog – Neil Patel

So you’ve been promoting and selling goods and services through your e-commerce store for quite some time — with little to no results. Maybe you’re not getting as much traffic as you’d like.

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17 Powerful WordPress Marketing Tips (That Actually Work) — Blog – Neil Patel

If you have a website, the chances are good that it’s a WordPress site. How do I know that? Because it’s hugely popular. Over 75 million websites… 3,121 more words…

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You’re a Good Writer But Not a Good Blogger — Blog – Neil Patel

All bloggers are writers, but not all writers are bloggers. That’s a tough reality for many people who want to produce content online because people assume that to be one is to be the other.

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The 80/20 Guide to Troubleshooting Your Onsite SEO — Blog – Neil Patel

These days, there is an enormous amount of marketing information you can read on any topic. Which means there’s also a lot of noise to sift through.

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