Keyword Tools: A Quick List For PPC And SEO

Keywords And Finding Topics That Your Client’s Is Interested In

is a tool offered by a company that provides 12 free searches.  I’m not super sold on its grand ability, it took the phrase IT Managed Services and tied into it “movie star planet”, “management definition” and “managed service provider”, among others.  My concern is that management definition as a keyword is of no use or value to an IT Managed Services company.  The next two terms are so broad all the industries out there will be searching similar words and your chances of paying for a false positive skyrocket.

With 12 free searches its also limited to be of little use after the first or second visit.

keyword tracker

So we have one tool on this site that can also help create variations of keywords.  You simply fill out the quadrants, let the code execute and collected the newly minted keywords.

Unlike other free alternatives, this keyword suggestion tool does not limit its functions nor does it lock all the good stuff behind a paywall. Right from the start, you have unlimited access to all of its features at no extra cost. This tool is, without a doubt, absolutely free.

Started in 2003 it is one of the longest standing SEO sites.  The site is likely a great start for beginners, it offers free accounts and tools to those with an account.

Id love to tell ya an in depth endorsement or word of caution so I’ll share my caution.  Their monthly price easily exceeds the threshold of most Adwords campaign total budget.  At its present price point you’d have to be dedicated to Adwords.  It is about $300 a month.  The free trial was for 14 days and it comes out with suggestions weekly.  So you have to stay on top of the date or you can miss out on vital optimization tips before you have the time to review them.

The Keyword Tool provides guest users 10 free keyword searches upfront, then one free keyword search per day onwards.

The Niche Finder Tool allows you to discover niches of particular core keywords. Much like the Keyword Tool, you also get 10 free niche searches, then one free niche search per day onwards.

The Keyword Generator Tool provides keyword suggestions for your paid and organic search campaigns. What is more impressive is that, even though this is a free tool, it returns thousands of accurate data that is pulled from a constantly updated database consisting of more than 1 trillion search queries from diverse sources.

KeywordTool.io helps you find out what people are looking for. It generates around 750 suggestions for every keyword.

It’s a handy tool for marketers and SEO consultants as it give out keyword suggestions based on  your primary keyword you entered. KeywordTool.io is helping people with their struggles and informing them about what keywords to target in their next ad campaign.

Search for any domain and see every place they’ve shown up on Google: every keyword they’ve bought on Adwords, every organic rank, and every ad variation in the last 12 years.

Learn how to connect with these domains, too. Find online and traditional leads methods — social media, email, phone, and address — you can’t find anywhere else.  Starts at about $39/month.

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Watch and learn: App dev on GCPWatch and learn: App dev on GCP

Developing applications today comes with lots of choices and plenty to learn, whether you’re exploring serverless computing or managing a raft of APIs. In today’s post, we’re sharing some of our top videos on what’s new in application development on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to find tips and tricks you can use.

1. One Platform for Your Functions, Applications, and Containers

This demo-packed session walks you through the use of Knative, our Kubernetes-based platform for building and deploying serverless apps. This session goes through how to get started with using Knative to further the goal of focusing on writing code. You’ll see how it uses APIs that are familiar from GKE, and auto-scales and auto-builds to remove added tasks and overhead. The demos show how Knative spins up prebuilt containers, builds custom images, previews new versions of your apps, migrates traffic to those versions, and auto-scales to meet unpredictable usage patterns, among other steps in the build and deploy pipeline. You’ll see the cold start experience, along with preconfigured monitoring dashboards and how auto-termination works.

The takeaway: Get an up-close view into how a serverless platform like Knative works, and what it looks like to further abstract code from the underlying infrastructure.

2. Where Should I Run My Code? Serverless, Containers, VMs and More

You have a lot of key choices to make when deciding how and which technology to adopt to meet your application development needs. In this session, you’ll hear about various options for running code and the tradeoffs that may come with your decisions. Considerations include what your code is used for: Does it connect to the internet? Are there licensing considerations? Is it part of a push toward CI/CD? Is it language-dependent or kernel-limited? It’s also important to consider your team’s skills and interests as you decide where you want to focus, and where you want to run your code.

The takeaway: Understand the full spectrum of compute models (and related Google Cloud products) first, then consider the right tool for the job when choosing where to run your code.

3. Starting with Kubernetes Engine: Developer-friendly Deployment Strategies and Preparing for Growth

Kubernetes empowers developers by making hard tasks possible. In this session, we introduce Kubernetes as a workload-level abstraction that lets you build your own deployment pipeline, to make simple tasks easier. The session walks through how to deploy containers with Kubernetes, and configuring a deployment pipeline with Cloud Build. Deployment strategy advice includes using probes to check container integrity and connectedness, using configuration as code for a robust production deployment environment, setting up a CI/CD pipeline, and requesting that the scheduler provision the right resources for your container. It concludes with some tips on preparing for growth by configuring automated scaling using the requests per section (RPS) metric

The takeaway: Kubernetes can help you automate deployment operations in a highly flexible and customizable way, but needs to be configured correctly for maximum benefit. Help Kubernetes help you for best results.

4. Designing Quality APIs

There’s a lot of advice out there about APIs, so this session recommends focusing on what your goals are for each API you create. That could be updating or integrating software, among others. Choose a problem that’s important to solve with your API, and weigh your team and organization’s particular priorities when you’re creating that API. This session also points out some areas where common API mistakes happen, like version control or naming, and recommends using uniform API structure. When in doubt, keep it simple and don’t mess up how HTTP is actually used.

The takeaway: APIs have to do a lot of heavy lifting these days. Design the right API for the job and future-proof it as much as you can for the people and organizations who will use it down the road.

5. Life of a Serverless Event: Under the Hood of Serverless on Google Cloud Platform

This session takes a top-to-bottom look at how we define and run serverless here at Google. Serverless compute platforms make it easy to quickly build applications, but sometimes identifying and diagnosing issues can be difficult without a good understanding of how the underlying machinery is working. In this session, you’ll learn how Google runs untrusted code at scale in a shared computing infrastructure, and what that means for you and your applications. You’ll learn how to build serverless applications that are optimized for high performance at scale, learn the tips and pitfalls associated with this, and see a live demo of optimization on Cloud Functions.

The takeaway: When you’re running apps on a serverless platform, you’re focusing on managing those things that elevate your business. See how it actually works so you’re ready for this stage of cloud computing.

6. Serverless All the Way Down: Build Serverless Systems with Compute, Data, and ML

Here’s a look at what serverless is, and what it is specifically on GCP. The bottom line is that serverless brings invisible infrastructure that automatically scales, and where you’re only charged for what you use. Serverless tools from GCP are designed to spring to life when they’re needed, and scale very closely to usage needs. In this session, you’ll get a look at how the serverless pieces come together with machine learning in a few interesting use cases, including medical data transcription and building an e-commerce recommendation engine that works even when no historical data is available. Make sure to stay for the cool demo from the CEO of Smart Parking, who shows a real-time, industrial-grade IoT system that’s improving parking for cities and drivers—without a server to be found.

The takeaway: Serverless helps workloads beyond just compute: learn how, why, and when you might use it for your own apps.

Hostname On cPanel / WHM Server Resets To Project Name On Google Cloud Fix

So you made a WHM server on Google Cloud and before you get to use it suddenly its broken?  I feel your pain.  Not sure when this started but it seems Google Cloud auto writes over the hostname.  Usually not an issue but cPanel seems to rely upon this entry to the point when you […]

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Using data and ML to better track wildfire and assess its threat levelsUsing data and ML to better track wildfire and assess its threat levelsCloud ML Blog Editor


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As California’s recent wildfires have shown, it’s often hard to predict where fire will travel. While firefighters rely heavily on third-party weather data sources like NOAA, they often benefit from complementing weather data with other sources of information. (In fact, there’s a good chance there’s no nearby weather station to actively monitor weather properties in and around a wildfire.) How, then, is it possible to leverage modern technology to help firefighters plan for and contain blazes?

Last June, we chatted with Aditya Shah and Sanjana Shah, two students at Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, California, who’ve been using machine learning in an effort to better predict the future path of a wildfire. These high school seniors had set about building a fire estimator, based on a model trained in TensorFlow, that measures the amount of dead fuel on the forest floor—a major wildfire risk. This month we checked back in with them to learn more on how they did it.

Why pick this challenge?

Aditya spends a fair bit of time outdoors in the Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve near where he lives, and wanted to protect it and other areas of natural beauty so close to home. Meanwhile, after being evacuated from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in the summer of 2017 due a nearby wildfire, Sanjana wanted to find a technical solution that reduced the risk of fire even before it occurs. Wildfires not only destroy natural habitat but also displace people, impact jobs, and cause extensive damage to homes and other property. Just as prevention is better than a cure, preventing a potential wildfire from occurring is more effective than fighting it.

With a common goal, the two joined forces to explore available technologies that might prove useful. They began by taking photos of the underbrush around the Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve, cataloguing a broad spectrum of brush samples—from dry and easily ignited, to green or wet brush, which would not ignite as easily. In all, they captured 200 photos across three categories of underbrush: “gr1” (humid), “gr2” (dry shrubs and leaves), and “gr3” (no fuel, plain dirt/soil, or burnt fuel).

Aditya and Sanjana then trained a successful model with 150 sample (training) images (roughly 50 in each of the three classes) plus a 50 image test (evaluation) set. For training, the pair turned to Keras, their preferred Python-based, easy-to-use deep learning library. Training the model in Keras has two benefits—it permits you to export to a TensorFlow estimator, which you can run on a variety of platforms and devices, and it allows for easy and fast prototyping since it runs seamlessly on either CPU or GPU.

Preparing the data

Before training the model, Aditya and Sanjana ran a preprocessing step on the data: resizing and flattening the images. They used the image_to_function_vector, which accepts raw pixel intensities from an input bitmap image and resizes that image to a fixed size, to ensure each image in the input dataset has the same ‘feature vector’ size. As many of the images are of different sizes, the pair resized all their captured images to 32×32 pixels. Since Keras models take as their input a 1-dimensional feature vector, he needed to flatten the 32x32x3 image into a 3072-dimensional feature vector. Further, he defined the ImagePaths to initiate the list of data and label, then looped over the ImagePaths individually to load them to the folder storage using cv2.imread function. Next, the pair extracted the class labels (as gr1, gr2, and gr3) from each image’s name. He then converted the images to feature vectors using image_to_feature_vector function and updated the data and label lists to match.

Aditya and Sanjana next discovered that the simplest way to build the model was to linearly stacks layers, to form a sequential model, which simplified organization of the hidden layers. They were able to use the img2vec function, built into TensorFlow, as well as a support-vector-machine (SVM) layer.

Next, the pair trained the model using a stochastic gradient descent (SGD) optimizer with learning rate = 0.05. SGD is an iterative method for finding an optimal solution by using stochastic gradient descent. There are a number of gradient descent methods typically used, including rmsprop, adagrad, adadelta, and adam. Aditya and Sanjana tried rmsprop, which yielded very low accuracy (~47%). Some methods like adadelta and adagrad yielded slightly higher accuracy but took more time to run. So they decided to use SGD as it offers better optimization with good accuracy and fast running time. In terms of hyperparameters, the pair tried different numbers of training epochs (50, 100, 200) and batch_size values (10, 35, 50), and he achieved the highest accuracy (94%) with epoch = 200 and batch_size = 35.

https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/ai-machine-learning/using-data-and-ml-to-better-track-wildfire-and-assess-its-threat-levels/

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Fascinating Frank Abagnale: Catch Me If You Can | Talks At Google

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Frank Abagnale depicted by Leonardo deCaprio in Catch Me If You Can speaks at Google about his life and cyber crime.

We’ve all seen the movie or at least we all should have the teen who runs away and becomes everything from an airline pilot to an ER doctor to an Asst. District Attorney all before he turns 21. He’s a cyber crime expert these days and his experience in forgery and documents is fascinatingly from the other side of most experts.

SEO Backlinks: Guest Blogging Sites

After you’ve tried writing on your own site and all you pulled in was your mother and an aunt it may be time to try taking your message on the road.  Guest blogging involves you writing content but rather than posting it where no one will see you post unique content as a guest writer to a more popular blog hoping it brings attention to your own site through backlinks.

I havent actually tried this yet but I can see its usefulness if you can gain a do follow link.

Here are some lists of sites that accept guest writers that I borrow from https://www.effectivebusinessideas.com

If I actually gain some posts and backlinks from this list, I’ll update ya here.  Some say SEO Guest Blogging is dead, but maybe bad content guest blogging is dead?  We shall see.

Freelance Blogs

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.43

Alexa rank: 18,184

How to Submit Guest Post:

Get an idea of the writing style and read previously published guest posts before writing your article. Read the Guest Post page for guidelines on writing and terms of being a guest writer. To submit, contact Onibalusi via the contact page. You’ll be allowed to link to relevant sources in the article as well as a link back to your blog/website in your author byline. In order for your article to be published on YoungPrePro, it must be creative and detailed.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 4.74

Alexa rank: 165,401

How to Submit Guest Post: Browse through the archives and read the guest post page to know the guidelines and writing style. To submit your guest post, send the completed article (not a pitch) to Yuwanda via the email address provided on that page. Articles on first-hand experience work well on this blog.  

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.16

Alexa rank: 198,788

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guest post page before submitting your article. Ensure you send a pitch first containing the proposed title as well as a description of your article and a bio before submitting the full article. Upon publishing, you will be allowed to link to your site in the author bio. Send your pitch to Melissa via the email address or use the contact form provided on that page.

Pagerank: 1

Mozrank: 5.72

Alexa rank: 196,674

How to Submit Guest Post: Visit the guest post guidelines page for direction on submission and content creation. To submit, send your pitch or complete guest article to the email address provided on that page. You will be allowed an author bio with three relevant links.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.84

Alexa rank: 17,978

How To Submit Guest Post: Read previously published guest posts on this blog to have an idea of what is accepted. Visit the contributor guidelines page for more information on writing and formatting your guest post. Send your pitch or complete article to the email address provided on that page with the subject, “Write for Freelance Folder”. You will be entitled to an author bio with a link back to your site.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.54

Alexa rank: 50,534

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guidelines page and submit your completed guest article via the contact form on that page. You are allowed multiple links in your article and are required to link to already published content on the blog. You must be a member of My Blog Guest before you can contribute to this blog.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 5.30

Alexa rank: 83,235

How to Submit Guest Post: To submit a guest post to this blog, you must first become a subscriber and read its content for a while. Read the guest blogging guidelines and submit proposed headlines as well as an outline of your article to the email address provided on that page. Contributing to Make A Living Writing attracts monetary benefits.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 6.30

Alexa rank: 7,798

How to Submit Guest Post: Before you hit the “Submit” button, read the Freelance Switch Contributor page. If your post is accepted, you will be granted rights to republish extracts of it anywhere online. Tutorial and list posts work best on this blog.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.52

Alexa rank: 166,195

How to Submit Guest Post: Know the kind of content that works on this blog first and read the guest blogging page. Send you pitch (not complete article) via the contact form. Your pitch should only contain the proposed headline with one paragraph. You will have the rights to republish the post on your blog after 60 days.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.30

Alexa rank: 178,312

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guest posting page and browse the archives before writing your guest post. Send your pitch to Linda via the email address provided on that page. You will be allowed to link to your blog from your author bio.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.76

Alexa rank: 7,523

How to Submit Guest Post: Browse the blog and read the guest post guidelines page before writing your post. To submit, send your pitch via the contact form on that page or follow the directions on the guidelines page if you’re submitting a complete article. You will be allowed an author bio with a backlink to your site.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.66

Alexa rank: 52,555

How to Submit Guest Post: Study the style of writing and read the guest posts page for guidelines. Send your pitch to the chief editor- Mary Jaksh via the email address provided. You will be allowed to link to your blog in your bio.

Pagerank: 5

Mozrank: 6.00

Alexa rank: 2,180

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the contributor page for guidelines on what to write about. Send a pitch along with samples of your writing by filling the contact form on that page. You will be allowed a byline and you can link to your preferred social networks.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.53

Alexa rank: 179,509

How to Submit Guest Post: Study published articles on the blog and read the guest posting page for guidelines. To submit, send your pitch via the contact page.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.41

Alexa rank: 199,581

How to Submit Guest Post: Browse through the blog and read the guest posts page before writing your article. You can send a pitch or the complete article to Anne’s email address on the contact page and include the words, “Guest Post” in your subject line. You will be allowed a bio and links to your blog.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.13

Alexa rank: 165,910

How to Submit Guest Post: Read through the archives, categories and the guidelines page before writing your post. Send a pitch via the contact page to the email address linked to from the guidelines page. You will be allowed a backlink to your blog via your author bio.

Pagerank: 1

Mozrank: 4.24

Alexa rank: 199,439

How to Submit Guest Post: Visit the guidelines page and read published articles on the blog before writing your post. You’ll need to be a registered member before submitting your complete guest article.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 6.23

Alexa rank: 70,987

How to Submit Guest Post: Read through previous articles on the blog to know the writing style. Visit the Guest Post page for guidelines on how to write and format your article so as to get your post accepted. To submit, fill out the form on the contact page and attach your guest post. Take note of the secret password mentioned on the guidelines page because you must include it in your subject line. You’ll be allowed a link back to your site from your bio box. The audience of Men With Pens are advanced so avoid writing beginner level articles as this will reduce the chances of your article getting accepted.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.78

Alexa rank: 41,221

How to Submit Guest Post: Browse through the archives and read published guest posts before writing your article. Visit the contributor page for guidelines on writing and submitting your post. Use the drop down in the contact menu to apply as a guest writer. You’ll be allowed to link back to your site from your author bio. If you’re crazy about design, this creative blog is for you.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.81

Alexa rank: 92,322

How to Submit Guest Post: Read published articles on the blog and visit the guest blogging page. To submit, register as a user and fill out your profile. Afterwards, use the contact form on the guidelines page to send your profile information, including your guest post idea. Once you are upgraded to contributor status, submit your article. You will be allowed three backlinks in your author bio and you can republish the post on your blog after one week of it being on Opportunities Planet.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 4.11

Alexa rank: 59,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: All posts must be original and the word count should be 650 words minimum. If your post is accepted you’ll be given full credit and a link to your website. Fill out the form on this page where you’ll also find more information on submitting guest posts.

Pagerank:  6

Mozrank:  6.58

Alexa rank:  7,555

How to Submit a Guest Post: Your post should offer clear advice, how-to-tips and takeaways about marketing. The word count is 800 – 1000 approximately. Here is an example of the types of posts they’re looking for. Email your general marketing post topics  to Veronica Jarski the Editor. Read the write for us page which has a lot more information about submitting guest posts.  

Pagerank: 5

Mozrank: 6.01

Alexa rank: 8,227

How to Submit a Guest Post: Although you’ve got the option of writing about any topic, your article is more likely to get published if it’s about making money online. Articles should be unique, good quality and original. Email your guest post for consideration. This page has more information about submitting guest posts.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  4.67

Alexa rank:  106,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: You should have at least two years experience in internet marketing so that you are familiar with what you’re writing about. This blog prefers articles related to internet marketing. Topics can include article marketing, affiliate marketing, email marketing, social networking etc. Submit your guest post by email for consideration. More information is available on the write for us page.

Pagerank:  5

Mozrank:  4.87

Alexa rank: 81,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Articles should be about marketing and add value to readers. They should be able to put the tips/advice into action straight away. They should be exclusively written for this blog. Include one or two keywords. Submit your post here for consideration. Make sure to read the full guest post guidelines before submitting your post.

 

Pagerank: 6

Mozrank: 6.54

Alexa rank: 15,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: The most important thing about getting accepted on this blog is writing original content which have something new for the readers. Don’t write an opinion-based post. They should be researched, with charts, data and expert quotes. Study the write a guest post guidelines page because there are strict conditions to fulfil. Submit your guest post ideas through the contact us page.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 4.81

Alexa rank: 96,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Articles should be related to make money online with a minimum of 400 words. They should be written exclusively for this blog. You’re allowed two links. Request your user name on the contact us page. Read the guest blogger guideline for more details.

 

Pagerank:  2

Mozrank:  4.81

Alexa rank:  184,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: This blog is looking for new ideas that other bloggers are not using. Posts should be written to entice readers to share on social networks. Topics should be related to online marketing to include traffic generation, SEO, affiliate marketing and social media. The word count is 700 – 1200. You can link back to your blog/website. Complete the form on this page to get started. All the information you need about their guest posting guidelines are also on that page.

 

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 4.44

Alexa rank: 74,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: You’ll get preferential treatment if you become a  customer of this blog. They’re looking for articles on internet marketing, PPC, email marketing, social media and SEO. This page will give you a guide for possible topics. If you’ve written your article email it to Apex. Otherwise email at least two topics with an outline of the content. Please read the write for us page for more information.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 4.85

Alexa rank: 26,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Check out the categories and archives for the types of articles written on this blog. Before you submit your article ideas, read ‘What Guest Blogging is Not’ and follow the guidelines. Register for a contributor account. You’re allowed one link back to your blog. The minimum words for articles should be between 300 – 350. The guest post guidelines have more information about article submission.

 

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.01

Alexa rank: 55,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Articles should be original and all links must be cited in the resource section. The word count is 600 minimum. Link internally to a minimum of two articles that are relevant to your post. You will be rewarded with a stayonsearch contributor badge for your blog. Your post will also be promoted on social media sites. Fill in the guest post request form on this page, which has all the information you need about guest posting.

 

Pagerank: 6

Mozrank: 5.84

Alexa rank: 7,300

How to Submit a Guest Post: This blog is looking for internet marketers to contribute guest posts. They’re interested in case studies, tips and best practices from experienced writers. Posts should be about internet marketing, content marketing, SEO etc. Articles should teach their readers and improve their work. Send an email to the community manager at Raven Tools with your pitch. More information is available on the guest post page.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 5.66

Alexa rank: 119,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Read the blog posts on this blog to get an idea of the types of posts they publish. They will accept posts on online marketing and SEO etc. Minimum word count is 350. Posts must be original and you’re allowed two links. Submit your guest post by email. More information is available on the guest posting page.

 

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.60

Alexa rank: 167,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: This blog is looking for writers to contribute guest posts about four to six times per month. The target groups of the articles are business owners. Topics include marketing analytics, inbound marketing, SEO, lead generation, social media etc.   The word count is 600 words and preferably written in list format. Send links to your articles through the contact page stating how many posts you can contribute each month. More information is available here.

 

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 6.53

Alexa rank: 3,092

How to Submit a Guest Post: This blog accepts guest post about making money online. They’re looking for fresh perspectives, new ideas and innovative approaches. They should be written exclusively for Problogger. Posts on practical tips and how-tos are preferred. You can decide on the length of your article. Send your questions via the contact form. Please read the suggestions for guest posting to get all the information you need before submitting a post.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.41

Alexa rank: 128,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: All content must be within the niche of this blog. Some of the topics are making money online, SEO and online earning. The minimum word count is 300 and you’re not limited to the maximum. You’re allowed one do follow link to your blog. Fill in the form on the guest blogging page, which also has more information about submitting posts.

 

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.53

Alexa rank: 88,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Articles should be useful to the readers. Topics should be about making money online, internet marketing, social media and SEO etc. The minimum word count is 400. Posts should be original and you’re allowed one do follow link. Register first to get your post approved. Read the write for us page for more information.

 

Pagerank: 1

Mozrank: 4.14

Alexa rank: 152,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: If you’re interested in making money online and internet marketing, send an email with your ideas. Write ‘Guest Post’ in the subject line. You could write an opinion based article, post a video or share an infographic on this blog. More information is available on this page.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 4.90

Alexa rank: 74,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: All articles must be related to internet marketing, SEO,digital marketing, social media etc. Minimum word count is 400. Check out this guest post for ideas ‘The Most Important Aspects of any Article Marketing Campaign’. Check out the guest authors section as well. Follow the guidelines and send your guest post by email for consideration.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 4.81

Alexa rank: 91,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Your post should be written exclusively for this blog but can be published on your blog one week after it’s gone live. Register as a member first. Introduce yourself via the contact form with information about yourself, your guest post ideas, your byline and blog’s url. Your account will then be updated for you to contribute your post for review. More information is available on the write for us page.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.98

Alexa rank: 131,938

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guidelines on the guest post page to know what is required of your guest post. Send your guest post via the email provided on that page. You will only be allowed one do-follow backlink in your author bio as well as links to your social network profiles. List articles with lots of points work best on this blog.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.07

Alexa rank: 84,835

How to Submit Guest Post: Read previous articles on this blog before writing your guest post. Visit the guest post page and click through to their Contact Us page to let them know about your guest posting intentions.  

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 5.11

Alexa rank: 197,914

How to Submit Guest Post: If you love adventure and have a specific place you would like to write about, this is the blog to guest post on. Visit their guest post page to know what is expected from you. Afterwards, send your pitch via the contact page or as a direct message on Twitter to the profile provided on that page.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.69

Alexa rank: 191,326

How to Submit Guest Post: Visit the guest post guidelines page to know the kinds of articles that are accepted. Afterwards, send your pitch to the form on that page. You are entitled to two backlinks in your article and an author bio.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.55

Alexa rank: 430,000

To submit a guest post head on over to the write for us page. Simply fill in the form with your idea and they will get back to you. THey allow 2 links in the article.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.35

Alexa rank: 164,255

How to Submit Guest Post: Visit the guidelines page to know what their article terms are. Ensure you complete your guest post before submitting it to the email address specified on that page. A combination of narrative and service articles work best on this blog. Writing about a first-hand travel experience is a plus.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 5.20

Alexa rank: 191,015

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the contributor page for guidelines on how to write and submit your guest post. Browse through the blog categories and send your pitch via the contact form on that page. Before becoming a guest writer, you’d have to sign a simple Writer’s Agreement. You will be allowed a link back to your blog in your author bio.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.40

Alexa rank: 80,510

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guidelines page to be clear on their style of writing and what is expected from you as a guest writer. To submit, you need to send a short paragraph explaining what you’ve written or plan on writing to the email provided on that page. Once published, you will be entitled to an author page and bio with links to your site and social media profiles.

Pagerank: 4

Mozrank: 5.44

Alexa rank: 198,936

How to Submit Guest Post: Read through the blog to familiarize yourself with the content. Afterwards, send your pitch to the email of the respective editor specified on the guidelines page. You will be allowed an author bio with a link back to your site.

Pagerank: 1

Mozrank: 5.33

Alexa rank: 135,921

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guest post guidelines page and published articles on the blog before writing your guest post. Use the contact form on the guidelines page to submit your pitch.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.55

Alexa rank: 61,898

How to Submit Guest Post: Visit the guidelines page to know the article terms. To submit, send your pitch or complete post to the blog owner via the contact page which is linked to from the guidelines page. Ensure your post is top notch because not many guest posts are published on this blog.

Pagerank: 1

Mozrank: 5.52

Alexa rank: 5,214

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guest post page to know the categories of articles that are accepted. To guest post, send your pitch along with a link to a writing sample via the contact form on that page.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.29

Alexa rank: 83,214

How to Submit Guest Post: Visit the guest post guidelines page to know that kinds of articles that are accepted. Send your guest post idea to the email address provided on that page. You’ll be allowed to link to your site only from your author bio.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.23

Alexa rank: 124,551

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the writer guidelines page for instructions on how or what to write on. Send your pitch or ideas to the email address provided on that page. You can have multiple links in your article, as long as they are relevant.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.76

Alexa rank: 114,126

How to Submit Guest Post: Read through the blog before writing your guest post. Visit the guidelines page and submit your guest post to the email address provided. Ensure you paste your complete guest article into the body of the email. Do not send it as an attachment.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.22

Alexa rank: 128,461

How to Submit Guest Post:  Browse the blog archives to familiarize yourself with its content. To submit, visit the submit articles page and fill out the form. You can also register as a user on the blog.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 4.37

Alexa rank: 198,885

How to Submit Guest Post: read the guidelines on the guest post page to know the accepted article categories. Submit your guest post to the provided email address in the formats specified on that page. You will be allowed to link back to your blog.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 6.10

Alexa rank: 12,439

How to Submit Guest Post: Read previously published articles on the blog to know the kinds of articles that are accepted. Send your pitch to the email address specified on the guest post page. You will be entitled to a backlink to your site.

Pagerank: 2

Mozrank: 5.14

Alexa rank: 88,932

How to Submit Guest Post: before writing your guest post, familiarize yourself with the published articles on the blog. Read the guidelines on the guest post page for details on how to submit. You’ll be required to sign up in order to submit your article and are entitled to a profile and a backlink to your site.

Pagerank: 3

Mozrank: 5.50

Alexa rank: 36,216

How to Submit Guest Post: Read the guidelines on the guest blogging page before writing your article. To get your guest post accepted, ensure you are an active member of the community. Submit your article via the contact page linked to from the guidelines page. You will be entitled to two links back to your site in your author bio.

Pagerank: 3
Mozrank: 4.8
Alexa rank: 239,016

How to submit a guest post: TrekWorld is a travel and trekking magazine seeking articles, videos and photos devoted to adventure, advice and inspiration. Visit the contributor guidelines page for sample post ideas and how to query.

Blogs About Blogging

Pagerank: 6

Mozrank: 6.53

Alexa rank: 3,000

How to Submit a Guest Post: Your post must offer quality and practical advice for the ProBlogger readers. It should be written exclusively for ProBlogger, include a headline, body text and byline. Consider these topics for your post; blog SEO, blog design, WordPress tips and tricks and monetization tactics and case studies. Write how-to and practical tips posts to educate readers on improving their blogging skills. Read this page for guidelines and submissions.

Pagerank: 6

Mozrank: 6.45

Alexa rank: 5,600

How to Submit a Guest Post: Post should be useful for the readers. This blog accepts posts connected to blogging, internet marketing or from  your own personal experiences. The minimum word count is 400. Your post should be original. You’re allowed one link to your website, which should be formatted. Send an email with your post inserted in the body or as a .doc attachment. More information on guest post guidelines can be found here.  

PS. Problogger.net and DailyBlogTips.com stopped accepting guest posts in 2013.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank: 5.70

Alexa rank: 9,400

How to Submit a Guest Post: Register for an account. If everything is in order your account will be upgraded so that you can submit your post for review. Write a unique post using headings and subheadings. The word count is 300 to 1400 plus. You’re limited to 4 informative and relevant links but don’t include any affiliate links. Complete the contact us form with your questions.

Pagerank:  5

Mozrank:  4.4

Alexa rank: 83,000

Guidelines: Post has to be 1200 words long and link to other relevant resources. It should also be related to blogging and it has to have 1 picture inside it. Bio box will be included with 2-3 sentences

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  4.87

Alexa rank: 49,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  Register for an account and complete your bio. Study the blog to make sure that your post fits within the niche topics. The minimum length is 500 words. Send your post idea via the contact us form. If it’s accepted, your account will be upgraded. More information is available from the write for us page.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  5.34

Alexa rank: 4,900

How to Submit a Guest Post: This blog is considered one of the top Indian blogs on blogging. Some of the topics they cover are blogging, SEO, WordPress and make money online. If your guest post is accepted, you can make money from their Adsense revenue sharing program. Articles should be relevant and you can include videos in your posts. Submit your post after creating an account via the WordPress dashboard or by email. Use the contact us form for your questions. Read the guest post guidelines here.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  5.25

Alexa rank: 25,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  Your post should be written exclusively for this blog and be well structured. Simple list posts that don’t share relevant knowledge will not be accepted. Some of the popular topics are blogging, internet marketing, social media and SEO. Study the guest posts already published on this blog. Read the write for us page for more information on guest posts guidelines.

Pagerank:  5

Mozrank:  5.85

Alexa rank: 9,800

How to Submit a Guest Post:  Fill in the contact form to be considered for submitting guest posts to this blog. Supply background information about yourself, your writing experiences,  your blog and article topic ideas. Give details of your blog or link to some of the articles you’ve written. Here is an example of a published guest post. Check out the write for us page for more details.

Pagerank:  5

Mozrank:  6.05

Alexa rank: 46,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  Fill in the contact us form to show your interest in writing for this blog. Give details of your topics and article ideas. Include links to some of your writing. If accepted, a link will be sent to you for registration. Posts should be unique with a minimum word count of 700. More information is available here.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  5.31

Alexa rank: 34,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  This blog is looking for actionable tips. Before you write, check the blog to make sure that the tips haven’t been covered already. You can link to your blog and social media sites. Include screen shots in your posts. There’s no minimum word count. Read the guest posting policy here.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  5.50

Alexa rank: 49,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  If you can write practical tutorials and offer useful advice that’s useful and original, you’ll stand a good chance of getting published on this blog. Read  learn how to blog to get an indication of the types of posts to write. Fill in the form on this page with your guest post ideas.

Pagerank:  3

Mozrank:  5.21

Alexa rank: 95,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  Articles about blogging tips, social media, traffic tips, SEO tips, content creation and make money online will stand a good change of getting accepted. Fill in  the contact us form to get your username for login. The minimum word count is 400 words and you’re allowed two links. More information about guest posting can be found here.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  5.45

Alexa rank: 18,000

How to Submit Guest Post:  There are two options for guest writers on this blog. You commit to contributing your guest posts weekly, every other week or monthly. The second option is to pay an insertion fee of $40 to submit your guest post. Read the Guest Posting Series for some tips. Your post must be relevant and benefit bloggers. Read here for the full guest posting guidelines.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  4.76

Alexa rank: 96,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  This blog has an ethical standard to support other blogs. Guest posts must maintain that high quality standard.  Posts must be relevant to blogging, blog tips and social media. Preferences are given to writers who want to make regular contributions. Send an email with your guest post suggestions.

Pagerank:  4

Mozrank:  4.72

Alexa rank: 10,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  Register as a guest author on this blog to get an account. Topics of interest include blogging tips, tutorials, WordPress and social media. If you’re unsure about submitting a guest post, read ‘Should you Guest Blog?’ to help you decide. You’re allowed two links in your guest post. Read here for more information about writing for HellBound Bloggers.

Pagerank:  3

Mozrank:  4.36

Alexa rank: 36,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  This blog follows strict guest posting guidelines. Articles should be unique and not published anywhere else on the internet. You’re allowed one link to your blog/website. Submit your guest post by email as a word or text file. Your bio should include a brief introduction about your blog/website.

Pagerank:  3

Mozrank:  4.76

Alexa rank: 28,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  If you want your guest post to be accepted, write about topics that are relevant such as blogging tips, link building, traffic generation, list building SEO, content writing and internet marketing. Content should be original and the minimum word count is 650. You’re allowed two links in your bio. Submit your guest post by email as a .doc attachment. Read here for more information on submission guidelines.

Pagerank:  3

Mozrank:  5.14

Alexa rank:  48,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  This blog is selective about who they accept as guest bloggers. They are looking for quality blogging tips which will be of benefit to their readers. Study content on this blog to familiarize yourself with the types of posts published. These two topics are still to be written, ‘Is Bookmarking Dead’ and ‘Are Blog Networks Still Effective?’ Use the contact us page to submit your guest post. Read the information here before submitting a guest post.

Pagerank:  3

Mozrank:  5.68

Alexa rank:  89,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  Although this blog is about blogging, WordPress, softwares and the web, they’re flexible about guest post content. However, they charge $50 to publish a guest post. You’re encouraged to read  Guest Blogging Gives you What Google Doesn’t. Submit your post via email as a .doc, .docx or txt document for it to be reviewed. Read more about guest post submission here.

Pagerank:  3

Mozrank:  4.81

Alexa rank:  19,000

How to Submit a Guest Post:  If your post is less than 800 words it won’t be considered. Topics should be based on the niche which is blogging, SEO, WordPress, affiliate marketing, traffic tips etc. You’re allowed up to two links. Create an account by registering. You can also email your guest post for review. Read the submit guest post page for more details.

Cloud Identity for Customers and Partners (CICP) is now in beta and ready to useCloud Identity for Customers and Partners (CICP) is now in beta and ready to useProduct Manager, Cloud Identity

In October at Next ’18 London, we announced Cloud Identity for Customers and Partners (CICP) to help you add Google-grade identity and access management (IAM) functionality to your apps, protect user accounts, and scale with confidence—even if those users are customers, partners, and vendors who might be outside of your organization. CICP is now available in public beta.

Adding Google-grade authentication to your apps

All users expect simple and secure sign-up, sign-in, and self-service experiences from all their devices. While you could build an IAM system for your apps, it can be hard and expensive. Just think about the complexity of building and maintaining an IAM system that stays up-to-date with evolving authentication requirements, keeping user accounts secure in the face of threats that increase in occurrence and sophistication, and scaling the system reliably when the demand for your app grows.

Free SEO Tools From A Variety Of Sites

To often you are unable to really utilize an SEO tool found on Google, they may require your contact information, only run once then require a subscription, most seem to be more a sales tool than an SEO Tool. Here are some tools that I find useful and that minimize the bull crap that can come with the most popular SEO sites.


https://smallseotools.com – lots of tools and I mean a lot. They offer 20 queries at no cost if you sign up for a free account….

Just a few of the tools available… seo toolsseo tools

 

 

 

 

 


Neilpatel.com – site offers an audit and makes general recommendations. I use it as a baseline preliminary test.


Domain Authority Checker – Domain authority represents how authoritative a website is on a scale of 0-100. It is calculated by Moz, an SEO software provider. The score is largely based on the quality of links going to a website, as well as the MozTrust and MozRank scores.

domain authority

I want to remind everyone that the url you type technically is a completely different site so as you see in the comparison of multiple addresses that lead to the same site there is variation.

My personal site will rank low … it is very new.


Moz Free Tools – several tools, requires registration then limited to 10 queries a day or so.

link explorer


 

 

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Knative: bringing serverless to Kubernetes everywhereKnative: bringing serverless to Kubernetes everywhereDirector of Product Management, Google CloudGroup Product Manager

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Knative, the open-source framework that provides serverless building blocks for Kubernetes, is on a roll, and GKE serverless add-on, the first commercial Knative offering that we announced this summer, is enjoying strong uptake with our customers. Today, we are announcing that we’ve updated GKE serverless add-on to support Knative 0.2. In addition, today at KubeCon, RedHat, IBM, and SAP announced their own commercial offerings based on Knative. We are excited for this growing ecosystem of products based on Knative.

Knative allows developers to easily leverage the power of Kubernetes, the de-facto cross-cloud container orchestrator. Although Kubernetes provides a rich toolkit for empowering the application operator, it offers less built-in convenience for application developers. Knative solves this by integrating automated container build, fast serving, autoscaling and eventing capabilities on top of Kubernetes so you get the benefits of serverless, all on the extensible Kubernetes platform. In addition, Knative applications are fully portable, enabling hybrid applications that can run both on-prem and in the public cloud.

Knative plus Kubernetes together form a general purpose platform with the unique ability to run serveless, stateful, batch, and machine learning (ML) workloads alongside one another. That means developers can use existing Kubernetes capabilities for monitoring, logging, authentication, identity, security and more, across all their modern applications. This consistency saves time and effort, reduces errors and fragmentation and improves your time to market. As a user you get the ease of use of Knative where you want it, with the power of Kubernetes when you need it.

Knative rising

In the four months since we announced Knative, an active and diverse community of companies has contributed to the project. Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) users have been actively using the GKE serverless add-on since its launch in July and have provided valuable feedback leading to many of the improvements in Knative 0.2.

In addition to Google, multiple partners are now delivering commercial offerings based on Knative. Red Hat announced that you can now start trying Knative as part of its OpenShift container application platform. IBM has committed to supporting Knative on its IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. SAP is using Knative as part of its SAP Cloud Platform and open-source Kyma project.

A consistent experience, with the flexibility to run where you want, resonates with many enterprises and startups. We are pleased that Red Hat, IBM, and SAP are embracing Knative as a powerful open industry-wide approach to serverless. Here’s what Knative brings to each of the new commercial offerings:

“The serverless paradigm has already demonstrated that it can accelerate developer productivity and significantly optimize compute resources utilization. However, serverless offerings have also historically come with deep vendor lock-in. Red Hat believes that Knative, with its availability on Red Hat OpenShift, and collaboration within the open source community behind the project, will enable enterprises to benefit from the advantages of serverless while also minimizing lock-in, both from a perspective of application portability, as well as that of day-2 operations management.” – Reza Shafii, VP of product, platform services, at Red Hat

“IBM believes open standards are key to success as enterprises are shifting to the era of hybrid multi-cloud, where portability and no vendor lock-in are crucial. We think Knative is a key technology that enables the community to unify containers, apps, and functions deployment on Kubernetes.” – Jason McGee, IBM Fellow, VP and CTO, Cloud Platform.

“SAP’s focus has always been centered around simplifying and facilitating end-to-end business processes. SAP Cloud Platform Extension Factory is addressing the need to integrate and extend business solutions by providing a central point of control, allowing developers to react on business events and orchestrate complex workflows across all connected systems. Under the hood, we are leveraging cloud-native technologies such as Knative, Kubernetes, Istio and Kyma. Knative tremendously simplifies the overall architecture of SAP Cloud Platform Extension Factory and we will continue to collaborate and actively contribute to the Knative codebase together with Google and other industry leaders.” – Michael Wintergerst, SVP, SAP Cloud Platform

We’re excited to deliver enterprise-grade Knative functionality as part of Google Kubernetes Engine, and by its momentum in the industry. To get started, take part in ther GKE serverless add-on alpha. To learn more about the Knative ecosystem, check out our post on the Google Open Source blog.

https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/containers-kubernetes/knative-bringing-serverless-to-kubernetes-everywhere/

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