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I created a little tool with more than 180 SEO tips 🤯

As you know, SEO requires consistent daily actions to make it work, so I did something to help with that!

I created a little tool at superseo.tips that has 180+ SEO tips you can use to improve your website's SEO 🤯

Each tip includes a quick explainer video 🔥

Here's an idea: Do one tip per day, that way you won't be overwhelmed, but will still make progress 🚀

Check it out and let me know what you think: https://superseo.tips/

P.S. I'm calling this a beta version right now because there are still about 40 more videos that I need to make, but I believe there is already enough content to provide value and help with your SEO

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    I think that's a really cool concept that could be applied to other industries too.

    Now the only thing that I might think could be a good addition is to give your users the ability to see them all as a list, in case they don't want to go one by one and rather see a fish what might be useful for them at that moment.

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      I had the same thought here. It's why I asked my question below.

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        Oh yea! I thought I saw someone mentioning it, then I skimmed the comments and I couldn't find the same question specifically so I mentioned it just in case again.

        That addition would definitely make more appealing, sort of like an organized knowledge base for people that don't want to spend time googling stuff and sorting through everything, especially in the digital marketing space, since there is so much stuff out there.

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          The full searchable list is inside my SEO tool, katlinks.io

          Just signup for the trial (no credit card req.) and you'll find it in the dashboard menu.

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            oh! so I guess it is more of a usergen type of product and not a standalone project. That's an interesting concept, can you let us know in the future if it was useful for bringing in users for katlinks?

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              Exactly, that's why I'm not planning on monetizing it. The idea is to provide value, and if someone sees that they could use an SEO tool, then can try KatLinks.

              In the first couple of days since I launched, it has already been generating trial signups for KatLinks.

              Yesterday I posted this update on Twitter:

              I'll be sharing more stats in the coming days/weeks.

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                That's awesome! Will be on the lookout for them :D

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                  Are we already connected on Twitter?

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      Thank you! I hope you find it useful.

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    Good website Roberto and great idea.
    Bookmarked

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    Nice work Roberto. How did you build this? Where did you store the SEO tips in order to serve them up like this and allow a person to refresh to see more?

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      Thanks Brandon! It's just a little script that uses the Airtable API to pull the tips from a table.

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        I thought as much. Care to share the script?

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    This is amazing! The amount of effort taken to create that many videos... wow. Fair play!

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    I love it, really good tips

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    I bookmarked and followed you! Thanks for the tips, great job!

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    Very cool, thanks Roberto!

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      My pleasure, I hope it can be a valuable SEO resource for you

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    Thanks for sharing. As 0 on SEO it will help me a lot.

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    Very useful! Also love your newsletter ;)

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    For anyone reading, Roberto is a reference on SEO, so you can be sure those are some great tips 👌

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