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Hello,

I am a long-time lurker. I go way back from the WickedFire days, and see a lot of familiar names here. Thank you Builder Society for lots of great information. I want to start contributing and asking questions. I am going to data dump a few nuggets below to start paying forward.


1. FREE Wordpress CDN that works great! https://wordpress.org/plugins/shift8-cdn/
2. FREE Backlink top 100 Ahrefs backlink checker if you're on a budget. https://ahrefs.com/backlink-checker
3. FREE AI Content Generator (not meant for this, but you can create a fake article, use relevant url, input article title into Headline and press Generate next to Article box) https://grover.allenai.org
4. Recently launched https://inlinks.net FREE Plan available. Stay current with Google Bert and NLP. Great Schema too
5. Replacement for Keywords Everywhere FREE Extension https://surferseo.com/keyword-surfer-extension/
 
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4. Recently launched https://inlinks.net FREE Plan available. Stay current with Google Bert and NLP. Great Schema too
This one's actually interesting. I didn't know about the schema trick that it does - automatically generating the following for each page you feed into it:

Code:
/* This inlinks.net schema code should not be cut and pasted directly onto a web page.
* A free InLinks account allows you to
* - analyse more words per page, creating better schemas,
* - automate schema generation from your InLinks dashboard,
* - allow you to easily modify the schema.
* */
<script type="application/ld+json"> {
  "@context": "https://schema.org",
  "@type": "WebPage",
  "headline": "Builder Society",
  "about": [
    {"@type": "Thing","name": "Builder","sameAs": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Architecture"}
  ],
  "mentions": [
    {"@type": "Thing","name": "digital strategy","sameAs": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_strategy"},
    {"@type": "Thing","name": "online","sameAs": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet"},
    {"@type": "Thing","name": "entrepreneurship","sameAs": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entrepreneurship"},
    {"@type": "Thing","name": "Building","sameAs": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skyscraper"},
    {"@type": "Thing","name": "Commerce","sameAs": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commerce"},
    {"@type": "Thing","name": "Forums","sameAs": "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_forum"}
  ]
}
</script>
/* This inlinks.net schema code should not be cut and pasted directly onto a web page.
* A free InLinks account allows you to
* - analyse more words per page, creating better schemas,
* - automate schema generation from your InLinks dashboard,
* - allow you to easily modify the schema.
* */
This supposedly helps Google to understand what the page is about better. It looks like an overkill to me, but I'm not a technical SEO expert. Maybe someone else can chip in.
 
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Yeah the association of identified keywords with wikipedia pages is intriguing.. @NetZero what's your experience been with that one?
 
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The scan that they do populates this, and then you clean it up with delete options within the tool. I just started using this to test on several sites. I like the NLP API and content scoring with your target keyword. You can see how you stack up with topics and entities (similar to Page Optimizer Pro Agency plan offering).