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  • Hi Dean, I have almost all of those plugins as well. Good list! I have a comment and a couple of questions. Looks like there was an error with your Comment Luv plugin. It didn’t find any of my posts. I don’t really care so much about the linkback to a post but you might want to look into that. The question is actually off topic for this post. I wanted to know if tribepro still works after the panda and penguin updates? Have you used tribepro to get first page google rankings before? A final question. From what i understand about tribepro and onlywire you can get overage charges. What is the average cost per month to avoid the overages? I was thinking about sign up with them both but with all the changes in SEO I thought I’d ask about it. Thank you!

    • Hi Richard,

      Thanks for the comment and I am having some issues with Comment Luv for sure. Need to update it maybe. I believe Tribepro does work well because “Social Signal” likes and shares are a driving factor for getting top search placement in my opinion. Google wants content that people “like” and Tribepro helps with that for sure. It also helps put a few backlinks out there which I think still have some relevancy, though not as much. I spend about $40 with Tribepro and around $30 with Onlywire to get more submissions, so I think it helps me. I use Traffic Geyser too as my number one source for distributing videos, but also for article marketing when I really want a video to rank well. I like SEOPressor too which I see you use. Any other tips? What are you working on currently? Thanks again Richard

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  • Check out the Redirection plugin.

    It logs broken links that appear on your site. You can then fix these with permanent redirects (301). Regularly fixing these links will ensure that your website audience can find the information that they are looking for (instead of seeing a 404 error page and clicking away).

    I also like Widget Logic which lets you show widgets on certain pages and posts.
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    • I will check that out. I need to fix some of mine on my site as well. Just getting around to all of it is tough. Thanks for letting me know Lorenzo!

  • Dean,

    This wordpress series you have put together is awesome and very instructional. We have corresponded privately about this, but I have to say, your series is the simplest and best explained I have seen on this subject.

    I am inundated with offers to build websites and do my SEO, but, if the truth be told, with the tools you have shown here, it is going to be a relatively ‘simple’ and more cost effective way to do it on my own, if as you suggest, a little time is taken to do it right. You have supplied the tools, very well Thanks.

    I am just curious as to whether or not you are going to cover inserting a paypal pay button on to the blog, as one of my products, can be paid for using paypal.

    Either way I am enjoying the series

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