Recent updates to mSpys affiliate program mark its bold and rapid growth

Performance Marketing Insider has posted, “Recent updates to mSpy’s affiliate program mark its bold and rapid growth”

“mSpy, developers of leading cell phone and desktop monitoring solution and their mSpy affiliate program become the largest on the market, as it sees an influx of new affiliate sign-ups. mSpy, which is positioned as the best parental control software and business monitoring tool, has launched its new affiliate platform with key updates to it, something not offered by any other rival company.

Existing affiliates and newly joining partners of mSpy may now enjoy the following benefits, made possible as a result of migration to thenew platform, such as better tracking, reporting and advertising solutions:

1. New tiered Revenue share system, allowing affiliates to earn up to 70% from every sale

2. New tracking and attribution platform released on S2S and 120 days cookie life

3. 50+ new landing pages in various languages released

4. New payment methods introduced Payoneer GBT and Payoneer PrePaid Master Card loads…”
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Does Your Landing Pages Page Rank Matter?

Most recent post by Will Green from Pay Per Click Marketing Blog is titled, “Does Your Landing Page’s Page Rank Matter?”

“Landing page optimisation for pay per click advertising campaigns are a big talking point on the internet in general. The reasons for this are because the landing page is a huge element of the whole PPC campaign and there are manymanyways you can optimise a landing page. One topic that never really pops up with landing page optimisation is the page rank of the website. If we were talking about blogging optimisation tips, we would centre a proportion of our focus on the page rank. But, in PPC, the topic of page rank rarely comes up. If the page rank is so important for bloggers, why is it not important for PPC?

 

Firstly, let’s fully understand what the term ‘page rank’ actually means. In it’s simplest form, it is an algorithm by Google that determines the ranking of websites on Google’s search engine. It is a ranking out of 10 with 10 being the highest and 0 being the lowest…”
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Get Rid of Your Internal Linking Problem Once and For All

Search Engine People Blog posted, “Get Rid of Your Internal Linking Problem Once and For All”

Search Engine People Blog wrote, “Internal linking is one of those standard (yet woefully underused) SEO tactics that can be very effective.

The important thing to remember is that what should be developed is an internal link structure – this means some sort of mapping or strategy, rather than linking randomly as you see fit. This post is going to dive into the best practices for internal linking so that you can develop a better internal link structure for your website and reap the benefits that come with it.

Internal Linking 101

Internal links are exactly what they sound like – links that link internally from one page of your website to another page of your website. Moz asserts that there are three main reasons why internal linking is useful:

1. Allows users to navigate your website

2. Helps establish an information hierarchy for your website

3. Helps improve the authority of pages around your website (spreads “link juice”)

These functions are all interrelated, but we’re going to look at them in turn…”
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