5 Must-Have WordPress Plugins for Perfectly Optimized Images

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Long time ago I wrote a short (yet quite complete) post on image SEO which obviously needed an update, so a couple of weeks ago I wrote a bit more detailed and up-to-date article on optimizing images for search and social media. Today's article lists most essential Wordpress plugins to optimize ...

Case Study: How I Got 10 Powerful Links to My Infographic in Two Days

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Last week we announced quite an innovative tool we are working on: the Infographics Gallery that lets content marketers easily get traction for the infographics they promote (provided they have unique content to go with the infographics). Our tool is in no way the linkbait-generation machine - there's no way we ...

So Are YOU Spamming Your Favorite Social Media Site?

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Note: Would you like to get access to the continuously updated stream of infographics with unique descriptions tailored to your site? Or would you like some help promoting your own infographics. Check out MyBlogGuest Infographics Gallery! My relationships with social media have never been easy. I always really *love* the site ...

HOW TO: Create a Master Feed of All Your Guest Posts (and Publicize It)

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

If you guest post as much as I do, you are (1) probably guest blogging too much and (2) already losing track of what, where and when. My guest posts are usually the best of what I can. It's unfair to this blog readers if I am not sharing my best ...

HOW TO: Force Facebook to Grab the Best Image from Your Page (WordPress)

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

When you "share" a page on Facebook, you will - in most cases - have the range of various image thumbnails to choose from. More often than not, these thumbnails will be random, to say at least: banners from the sidebar, commenter's Gravatar photos, etc. Obviously, you can always choose ...

Meet MBG Tracker: The Simplest and Cheapest Way to Monitor Your Backlinks

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

One of the most frequent issues we have faced at our guest blogging platform is the deleted / "nofollowed" links (or articles). Imagine the disappointment: you have spent time and effort creating a good post and had it placed at a good blog to then discover that your author byline ...

Content Scam Alert: Using Foreign Characters to Make the Piece Look Unique

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Managing a huge and active guest blogging community is exciting. I never stop discovering new and new things. In fact, the scam I am going to share today isn't new at all. It's been around for ages, but considering I've been involved in the content marketing for quite some time and have ...