You’ve heard of Sketch, right? Ever since Adobe canceled the wonderful Fireworks in 2012, I had been searching for a proper replacement. I’ve tried web based tools like Gravit, as well as attempting to use both Photoshop and Illustrator, but found the former too limiting and the later loaded with bloat not needed for tasks like UX mockup and web design.
Though there are many scraping tools available, one name that keeps coming up is ScrapeBox. ScrapeBox is easy to use, surprisingly powerful, and reasonably priced. With a large community of users it is easy to find great tutorials and assistance. I’ll take you through the basics of how to use ScrapeBox and supply some alternative resources to help you brush up. Our first step will be to harvest some proxies. Let’s get started scraping!
Laying out the groundwork is essential in preparing tiered link campaigns. We will take two weeks to slowly build up our tier 1 sites. This ensures a natural link velocity growth that won’t appear suspicious to Google.
In week three we begin to build our follow-up tiers. (Tiers 2 and 3.) These tiers can be populated more rapidly than our white hat tier 1 links. After these tiers have launched, we repeat the process with new tier 1 inks and their respective follow-ups until desired placement on the search engine results page is achieved.
When leveraged properly, tiered link building can be used to supercharge your page rank and drive large volumes of traffic to your main website. Getting started can be overwhelming so I have done my best to break down the basics in this article.
As a freelance web developer, it’s important to make sure we are getting the most out of our tools and skills. Here are five tools for improving web development productivity anyone can use to get the most out of their day. Without proper organization we can spend hours reinventing the wheel or looking for an elusive email that was never actually sent. With these helpful tools you can spend more time writing code and less time chasing your tail!
Like the oceans Eddie Vedder so often writes about, Pearl Jam has a long and storied career of ebbs and flows. Breaking onto the scene like a tidal wave in August 1991, they were one of the biggest bands of the nineties and helped define what became known as the “Seattle sound” or grunge.