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Kaiserthesage’s Top 10 SEO Posts for 2013

By on Dec 29, 2013 in Content, Search | 29 comments

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2013 has been a solid year for my career, and surely, there are so many things that I have to be really thankful about.

Despite all the ups and downs that have happened to me this year, I just think that I’ve just grew stronger, as I’ve learned a lot of new things and met a lot of amazing people that certainly impacted my profession and my life as a whole.

On the other hand, 2014 looks very exciting for me. One of the main reasons is that starting on the first week of January next year – I’ll be exchanging roles with my business partner (JP Prieto) and take charge of the operations and management at Xight Interactive Asia Inc.

For the past couple of years, my role at Xight was mainly focused on brand marketing, client acquisition, strategy development and big picture. But this year, I’ll be more involved in managing the internal operations of the company – and perhaps more hours on the business development side (this also means I’ll be more hands on for client projects, which really keeps me more excited).

Although, my goals for the company wouldn’t change that much, seeing that my personal objectives for the first quarter of 2014 are to continuously improve our product (which is our people, process and culture) and to grow our revenue exponentially (through improving retention, acquisition and allocating more resources to internal projects).

Why the sudden change?

As I’ve mentioned on my most recent blog post, management hasn’t really been one of my greatest strengths (especially for larger groups, given that our company is growing steadily). And in order to become a full-stack entrepreneur, I have to be effective on that area. I want to become a better leader next year.

So what does this change means for Kaiserthesage?

Not much, since I’ll still try to write and publish a post once a week, especially now that I’m more into the holistic approach to digital marketing (not just, SEO and content marketing). This interest will certainly require me to still do intensive research, testing and documentations on my own time.

Getting back to 2013, I believe we have several highlights and milestones worth remembering, like celebrating our company’s 2nd year anniversary, organizing a successful fundraising event for one of our in-house editors, getting interviewed by the BBC, getting new talented people on board and more.

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“Uhm, yeah. Fcuk Cancer”

Sorry for the inappropriate photo. Anyway, that list wouldn’t end without mentioning the best posts from this blog for this year, since it’s why you’re here in the first place. So with no further ado, here are the best SEO posts I’ve written for the past 12 months.

Top 10 SEO Posts on Kaiserthesage from 2013

1. How I increased my blog’s search traffic by 44% in under a month

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This post was also featured on Moz’s monthly Top 10 newsletter series – and was placed at the #1 spot.

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2. 22 Link Building Tips from Xight Interactive

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This post was also included on Moz’s Top 10 Newsletter (July issue). I also made a slide deck version of this post later this year, and now has over 20K views.

3. 10 Types of Links that Really Matter and How to Get them

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4. The True Value of Link Building in Post-Penguin Era

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5. Off-Page SEO in 2013 and Beyond

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6. Advanced SEO for Blogs – 2013 Edition

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7. My Best Kept SEO Secret on How to Rank for Competitive Keywords

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8. 80/20 Link Building Tactics

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9. How to Consistently Build 40+ Contextual Links Every Month

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10. How to Scale Content Marketing

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My Guest Posts

I’ve only written 3 guest posts this year:

12 Scalable Link Building Tactics – Moz

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Getting More Social Shares to Your Website – Hit Reach

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Simplify Your Inbound Marketing Process: Focus on Content Assets – Moz

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To all my readers, thank you so much for staying with me for the past 3 years. I won’t promise that I’d have an even better blog next year, but one thing is certain – I’ll keep on writing.

Have a rock solid 2014!

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Jason Acidre

Jason Acidre is Co-Founder and CEO of Xight Interactive, marketing consultant for Affilorama and Traffic Travis, and also the sole author of this SEO blog. You can follow him on Twitter @jasonacidre and on Google+.

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29 Comments

  1. Sean Si

    December 29, 2013

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    Jason,

    I’m sure your 2014 will be a blast! We are both coming in strong. Hope it’s the tipping point we have both been working for.

    Cheers man!

  2. Hey Jason,

    Amazing posts to read on and implement for building best seo strategy. I’ve already read few of your listed posts and must appreciate the way you present your posts. I mean you make them so unique by writing your own experience and linking best examples, resources to prove your points, plus your posts are so brief with easy language that any newbie or beginner can easily understand it. I hope you continue to educate us with your experiences and experiments.

  3. Sunday

    December 30, 2013

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    Very fascinating posts I must say. They have lots of interesting contents that every SEO would benefit from. My best takes are:
    – My Best Kept SEO Secret on How to Rank for Competitive Keywords
    – How to Consistently Build 40+ Contextual Links Every Month, and
    – How I increased my blog’s search traffic by 44% in under a month
    They were very helpful pieces of SEO contents!

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  4. Kevin

    December 30, 2013

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    Great post. What event did you organise for people who have had cancer? This is something close to me.

    I hope 2014 goes well :)

  5. D AMIES

    December 31, 2013

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    Well, thanks for sharing all the significant posts for SEO. These are really top posts sharing most useful information to the users.

  6. Awesome stuff man — this is a solid roundup, any chance you’ll blog on a bit more of the “business” side of things, as well as SEO/linkbuilding. That might be cool.

  7. Martin

    January 1, 2014

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    Sent this post to my SEO friends – done. Read posts from this list about content – done. Keep Going in 2014 and don´t forget to share posts via Twitter/FB (not everyone have RSS reader).

  8. Matt Carter

    January 3, 2014

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    Thanks for the post, Jason. Always enjoy reading your take on SEO and marketing as it relates to blogging. Happy New Year!

  9. morad

    January 3, 2014

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    Amazing posts to read on and implement for building best seo strategy. I’ve already read few of your listed posts and must appreciate the way you present your posts. I mean you make them so unique by writing your own experience and linking best examples, resources to prove your points, plus your posts are so brief with easy language that any newbie or beginner can easily understand it. I hope you continue to educate us with your experiences and experiments.

  10. Jitendra Vaswani

    January 7, 2014

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    Hi Kaiser,
    I am hoping 2014 will be blast for you. You are SEO expert in your niche. I always read your posts. Sean Si is SEO expert. You guys are rocking in Philippines. I am eager to come there and work in your companies. Waiting for your words.

  11. syed Aly

    January 8, 2014

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    Hello Jason,

    This is my first time to read your post. I must say its worth to read more about your posts. Thanks for sharing wonderful piece of information which you done in 2013.

  12. Frank

    January 8, 2014

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    Thanks for sharing the top 10 SEO posts for 2013. You have put huge information in a single blog. Keep them coming.

  13. Abhijit Gupta

    January 8, 2014

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    Amazing posts to read on and implement for building best seo strategy. Thanks for sharing all the important tips for SEO. These are really good tips and most useful information to the users.

  14. Stephanie Riggs

    January 12, 2014

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    It is very good to read that Kaiserthesage has announced top 10 posts for the year 2013 by keeping in mind people’s comments, liking and sharing. I think every blog owner should announce the top posts at the end of the year so that people have look about these posts once again and search for the secrets due to which you kept these posts at top position. Those people who don’t have an idea about SEO can get enough information from your these 10 SEO posts. It sounds like pretty good to read this blog post and I hope you will keep it writing about SEO for this year too.

  15. Prabhat

    January 28, 2014

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    That’s a lot and great content to read.. have bookmarked the page and subscribed as well to read in coming days..

  16. Spook SEO

    February 1, 2014

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    Hi Jason, thanks for providing us the top 10 SEO posts on Kaiserthesage from 2013. I hope that 2014 will be a better year for all of us. Have a nice day ahead.

  17. Admiring the time and energy you put into your website and detailed information you present.

    It’s great to come across a blog every once in a while that
    isn’t the same unwanted rehashed material. Wonderful read!
    I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.

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