Written by James Parsons

James Parsons

James Parsons is a blogger and marketer, and is the CEO of Pagelift. When he isn't writing at his personal blog or for HuffPo, Inc, or Entrepreneur, he is working on his next big project.

Articles written by James Parsons:

SEO and internet marketing is a world where numbers matter, and professionals often end up having to keep a whole list of numbers up to date, charting their growth and decline over weeks, months, and years. One of the many numbers…
Domain age is a public aspect of a website, and as such it can be considered to be a part of your overall SEO. However, it’s not something you can really change. You can’t “upgrade” into an older domain na…
Content delivery networks, or CDNs, are very useful tools. They can be quite beneficial to SEO, though it’s also possible that they can hurt you if you use them improperly. Which are the best ones to use? What Are CDNs, and H…
Now, I know what you’re asking here, but rather than directly address your question I’m going to go about it in a circuitous way. There are all sorts of pieces of software out there available for the purposes of SEO im…
Amazon has one of the best affiliate marketing programs online today. It’s not because of high percentage payouts, and it’s not because of particularly attractive products; rather, it’s because of two th…
Google’s algorithm is constantly in flux. They change it on a daily basis, in minor ways that tend to affect less than .001% of websites they index. They change how various informational boxes display. They work on the acc…
For a long time, Scrapebox has been one of the best tools available for marketers of all stripes. It’s extremely powerful, with a ton of modules and plugins for pretty much anything you could want to do. Black hat marketers…
Perhaps the most central element of all SEO is the keyword. Successful SEO relies on finding keywords that have enough volume to turn a profit while having minimal competition. Yet with the internet constantly expanding, it&#…
When you’re investigating a site to see if it’s a place you want to try to post on, leave a comment on, or otherwise get a link from, one piece of information you may want to discover is whether the site uses followed or n…
YouTube is difficult to use for a lot of brands, particularly small businesses. One problem is simply the types of content on the site, and what people are generally using it for. They want to find music, movies, short films, and v…