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Case Study: How a UK agency quickly created 3 case studies based on Inlinks

Digital Impact Solutions, a UK based SEO agency, has created 3 case studies for which the agency was able to improve search rankings using InLinks’ content audit, internal linking and schema automation features. Case study 1: From position 35 to page 1 of Google Search Based on our topics analysis feature, the agency has reduced the occurrences of the main keyword and added related topics / entities. Now the website appears on the first page

Win A VIP ticket to Digital Marketing Europe 2021

InLinks is giving away 2 VIP Passes (value of 459 Euros for 1 Pass) to the Digital Marketing Europe 2021 Conference. This will be a great opportunity to build your network and to connect with people and companies redefining the global digital marketing business! InLinks’ CEO Dixon Jones will be presenting a session during which he’ll discuss how entities and topics are used by Google to drive search. TO ENTER THIS CONTEST: Just share this

InLinks’ CEO Dixon Jones Interviewed on Marketing Speak

InLinks’ CEO Dixon Jones recently participated in a podcast with Stephan Spencer, founder of Marketing Speak. As a former global ambassador at Majestic SEO, Dixon Jones gave his thoughts on how Majestic’s Trust Flow and Citation flow work and how Majestic’s scatter graph can evaluate if a link is powerful and can be trusted. Dixon also highlighted the benefits of using InLinks to improve the SEO of a website with respect to schema and internal

How to add Inlinks code to Ezoic sites

The Problem Matt – one of our users – had some trouble with our script on his Ezoic site. Our schema and internal links worked fine, but he wanted to switch off the links part of our tool and the override button on the inlinks dashboard was not working. This turned out to be a similar issue to WP-Rocket users. Site Speed Accelerator had taken our javascript and tried to run it from its own

Frase.io Review: How Does It Compare to InLinks?

It’s never been more challenging to get your content in front of your target audience. Content marketers now have a choice of a myriad of SEO tools, and competing philosophies when it comes to content creation that will generate the best SERPs. In this post, we’ll check out two popular content optimization tools, Frase.io and InLinks, to see how their features, functions, and pricing compare. What is Frase.io? Frase.io is a start-up based in Boston,

Spanish Knowledge Graph Launches

Inlinks is proud to announce that we have built out a Spanish speaking Knowledge graph, which is now live. The home page of the main site is now available in Spanish and we will be translating other parts of the site in due course. In the meantime, you can now use Inlinks to optimize content in most Spanish speaking counties and you can also use inlinks to automate Content and FAQ schema in Spanish and

THE KNOWLEDGE PANEL Episode #8: What aspects of SEO do big brands miss?

Although big brands tend to have bigger budgets, they also tend to have complicated structures and requirements. And this can also mean that other things get prioritised or thought about rather than a specific aspect of technical SEO. In this episode of the Knowledge Panel, we’ll be discussing which aspects of technical SEO big brands miss and the ramifications that this has on the brand’s overall success. Joining Dixon to discuss this are Ant Robinson,

Surfer SEO Review: How Does It Compare to InLinks?

If you’re on the hunt for an SEO tool to aid in better optimizing your content for search, you’ve no doubt heard of Surfer SEO. Surfer SEO is designed to optimize on-page content for higher rankings in search. SEO has evolved a great deal from the days of simply using the right keywords and getting backlinks in order to achieve top rankings. As Google’s algorithms have become increasingly complex and sophisticated, the way we optimize

Better Synonym Analysis

Today Inlinks improved the way we show you synonyms behind topics used within your project (site). In the example below, we built a knowledge graph of the top 20 pages of “ThinkwithGoogle.com” (A Google managed property about marketing). Previously, in the Topic details section, we showed the Wikipedia summary of the topic, but it was not always clear how that topic permeated the project because synonyms could mean the idea was represented differently on different