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If you want to stop using Google and are looking for Google Search alternatives, here is a list of top 5 best privacy search engines. Degoogleify yourself! Google monopoly power is a dangerous problem and alternative search engine are necessary to diversify our cyber ecosystem. Follow my guide to privacy search engines to learn more.
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These are the best Google Search alternatives
Guide to privacy search engines
Qwant.com review – search engine that respect your privacy
First on the list of Google Search engine alternatives is made in France Qwant.
Second privacy search engine, perhaps the most private search engine of all, aggregating search results from other major search engines, including Google.
European based search engine that provides private Google search results that completely anonymous.
Is the same search engine as Startpage but acts as metasearch engine aggregating results from various search engines rather than just Google.
Duckduckgo.com review Search engine that doesn’t track you
My top privacy search engine that I set as default one is DuckDuckGo.com. I love this private search for its range of features, community aspect, onion website on Tor network, and potential of DuckDuckGo to replace Google Search engine in the future.
It’s hard to find the best alternative search engine to Google but I hope that my guide to private search alternatives made it easier for you to decide. Google can’t be trusted as a search engine as the company frequently manipulates search, censor websites based on their political persuasion, threatens small businesses, and prioritizes its own content above others.
If you want to learn more about why to stop using Google, check my video “Why you need to stop using Google – How Google monopoly threatens everything” to learn more. https://youtu.be/vZBa5-wFAfQ
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On this call, William Walczak shares tips, tricks, methods, tools, and best practices when it comes to SEO (search engine optimization) for your website. Content marketing is also covered.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) methods, tools, and how to measure and report effectiveness.
A hands-on session starting at the beginning of what you need to know to do SEO effectively. We will be sharing the methods and tools that we wish we knew more about before we started.
03:11 SEO and measuring value
05:00 What gets measured gets managed
06:40 What Is SEO / Search Engine Optimization?
11:01 What is Metadata?
11:45 Q: What is a meta tag?
14:45 Ostrich Egg Example
18:33 Q: Does internal linking help rank you in google?
23:20 Why you should care about SEO for your design business
26:55 Q: How do you analyze what SEO efforts are providing good results?
28:13 Q: Do you have a hard time communicating the time it takes to improve rankings?
31:55 There are no shortcuts
33:28 Why it’s important
34:55 SEO Tools to Get Started
40:06 Google Keyword Planner – Overview
55:30 Q: What your minimum level of engagement as an SEO agency?
1:00:55 About Google Analytics
1:03:00 About Google Search Console & Moz Open Site Explorer
1:05:16 SEO tools to run
1:05:30 AlphaDoors Case Study & Live analytics view
1:11:20 Behavior Flow Analytics – reducing drop off rate
1:15:25 Q: Are you managing your clients content creation and distribution?
1:19:25 Hubspot Website Grader – Overview
1:26:28 Q: Did you launch a lot of campaigns to help AlphaDoors get ranked high?
1:27:40 Q: When I bring you in for a new client, what sort of information do you provide them?
1:30:30 Q: Do you charge for upfront research before clients sign up for a monthly engagement?
1:32:25 Q: How many people are in your company?
1:32:56 Q: Even if you are first in rankings, your phone doesn’t necessarily ring off the hook. How do you explain this to your clients?
1:35:55 Q: Is there a difference between local and national SEO practices?
1:37:42 Q: If the client has a brand new company, is it a good strategy to help them with content marketing?
1:40:11 Q: Do you have more business than you can handle currently?
1:41:15 Q: What’s your price point?
1:44:00 Q: What sort of hours should someone that is selling SEO services bill?
1:44:47 Q: Are you willing to work as a white-label SEO service?
1:47:41 Q: Have you thought about charging based on value versus time?
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