Test SEO – linkowanie tylko z PBN i techniczna optymalizacja część 2

Pierwsza część testu tutaj -> https://seomood.pl/test-seo-linkowanie-tylko-z-pbn-i-techniczna-optymalizacja/

Założenia dalszej części testu:
Budżet : 1500 zł miesięcznie (taki sam)
Linkowana domena : obecnie już prawie roczna domena
Linkowanie z PBN:

  • 50 PBN na wygasłych domenach (Expirkach)
  • 50 PBN na nowych domenach, podlinkowanych publicznymi miejscówkami, do wpisów zrobiony mocny podlink z publicznych miejscówek

Optymalizacja (było i jest aktualnie robione):

  • tworzenie nowych podstron pod kolejne frazy z tej branży

Cel testu : Sprawdzić jakie efekty daje techniczna optymalizacja i linkowanie tylko z PBN w dłuższej perspektywie i jak na widoczność tak pozycjonowanej domeny wpłyną update algorytmu.

Pracę rozpoczęliśmy we wrześniu 2020, a wykres wzrostu ilości fraz w top10 i top3 z Ahrefs wstawiamy z początku lutego 2021.

 

Frazy w top 1-3 i top 4-10 bardzo ładnie urosły od poprzedniego wpisu w grudniu.

Aktualny wykres wyświetleń i kliknięć z Google Search Console:

 

Teraz czekamy na update w maju 2021, po tej aktualizacji algorytmu Google opublikujemy część 3 tego testu.

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Indeksowanie i widoczność w wyszukiwarkach – czynniki techniczne OnSite

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Kodowanie i czynniki techniczne OnSite

Kodowanie i czynniki techniczne ✅ – czynniki techniczne OnSite

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Tiramisu Ice Cream Floats

Tiramisu Ice Cream Floats

I know the first day of spring was officially only a few days ago, but I’m already daydreaming of summer. One of my life long favorite summer treats is ice cream floats. Growing up, we made them with rootbeer and cola, but these days, I like to experiment. A couple of summers ago we decided to try to make a tiramisu version, and if it’s not heaven in a glass, I don’t know what it is y’all. So, so good.

 
Tiramisu Ice Cream Floats

Tiramisu Ice Cream Float
makes 1 serving

2 scoops Tiramisu ice cream
1/2 cup coffee, chilled
1-1/2 cup cream soda, chilled
whipped cream
cookie or wafer for garnish

Place Tiramisu ice cream in a glass. Pour coffee and cream soda over ice cream. Top with whipped cream and garnish with a cookie or wafer. (You can also make a caffeine-free version without coffee and with a cake ice cream for the littles ones, which technically isn’t tiramisu at all, but it’s still freaking delicious.)

Tiramisu Ice Cream Floats

Anybody else ready for ice cream float season?

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Low Sugar Fruit Flower Vanilla Cupcakes

vanilla cupcakes topped with fruit to form a flower

If you follow me on Instagram, you probably saw the post last week that featured these fun, spring-themed, low sugar cupcakes. If you didn’t see it, you’re in luck, because I’m going to share the recipe low!  These cupcakes are make with monk fruit (a 100% natural sweetener with zero net carbs and zero calories that tastes like – and bakes like – sugar. I don’t usually use sweeteners other than sugar in recipes, but I wanted to give this a try and I’m so glad I did. They turned out so well, and I can’t wait to make them again. 
cupcakes with vanilla frosting topped with strawberries and blueberries
Splenda Monk Fruit Sweetener and vanilla cupcakes topped with strawberries
Low Sugar Fruit Flower Vanilla Cupcakes 
makes 12
INGREDIENTS
1-1/2 cups flour (for lower carb, can replace with 1-1/2 cups almond flour + 1/2 teaspoon xantham gum)
3/4 cup Splenda® Monk Fruit Sweetener
1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
 3 eggs
1/4 cup melted butter
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
12 blueberries
12-15 strawberries, sliced

1. Preheat oven to 350.
2. Line 12 cup muffin pan with liners.
3. In a large mixing bowl, mix the butter, eggs, and vanilla.
4. In a separate bowl, stir together the flour, Splenda® Monk Fruit, baking powder, and salt.
5. Add dry ingredients to wet, and combine well.
6. Evenly divide batter among the 12 cups, and bake 22-25 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
7. Cool completely, then top with your favorite low carb frosting or blend together 1-1/2 package softened cream cheese, 1 stick softened butter, 1/2 cup Splenda® Monk Fruit, and 1 teaspoon vanilla for a decadent vanilla cream cheese frosting! 

8. Decorate with blueberries and sliced strawberries in the shape of spring flowers.
mom and kids making cupcakes
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Congressional Subcommittee Launches Probe into Pet Collars Reportedly Responsible for Killing Thousands of Pets and Harming Humans

Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy, sent letters to Elanco Animal Health Inc. and Bayer U.S. LLC seeking documents and information regarding the Seresto flea and tick collars, following reports that the collars may have killed thousands of pets and caused injuries to many more pets as well … Continue reading Congressional Subcommittee Launches Probe into Pet Collars Reportedly Responsible for Killing Thousands of Pets and Harming Humans


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Springtime Crafting: Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies

Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
This post is in partnership with YumEarth

Spring is here! Those of you who have been reading here for a while know that I feel immense joy when springtime finally arrives. After months of feeling all sorts of blah, I have a renewed sense of motivation and just want to celebrate. This is why I decided that it was absolutely crucial for my little ones and I to make some fun spring-themed crafts, ASAP. (Priorities, people!) My daughter suggested we find a way to incorporate our favorite treat, YumEarth organic and allergy friendly candy, and I was 100% in. 
After some playing around, we came up with some super cute potted candy flower bouquets made with YumEarth Organic Lollipops (Vitamin C, at that!) and butterflies made with YumEarth Organic Giggles and YumEarth Gummy Bears. They’re fun to make, and even more fun to eat! We plan to make a bunch of these for Easter gifts, teacher gifts, and just happy spring gifts for friends. Scroll down to see how to make them yourself. (Pssst! Speaking of YumEarth, they are hooking you up with an exclusive code for 15% off on YumEarth.com. Just use SWEETS15 from now until 4/30/21. They also always offer free shipping on all orders over $ 40. You can’t get much sweeter than that!)
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
DYE-FREE LOLLIPOP FLOWER BOUQUETS
(makes one bouquet)

Supplies
12-15 YumEarth Organic Lollipops (We love the ones with Vitamin C!)
Small flower pot
Green tissue paper (enough to cut 12 to 15 3-inch circles)
Foam ball that fits in flower pot
Hot glue gun
Spring Colored Ribbon 
Directions
1. Cut enough circles (about 3 inch diameter) from the tissue paper for each organic lollipop to have one. (They don’t have to be perfect!)
2. Glue the foam ball into the flower pot with the hot glue gun. 
3. One by one, push each YumEarth Organic Lollipop through a tissue circle, then stick into the foam ball until full.
4. Cut a piece of ribbon long enough to tie around the pot. Glue in place.
5. Finish by tying a bow.
6. Don’t forget to same a yummy organic lollipop for the kids!
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
ORGANIC CANDY BUTTERFLIES
(makes one butterfly)

Supplies
Clothes pin
Spring colored marker
Spring colored pipe cleaner
2 googly eyes
Hot glue gun
Directions
1. Color clothespin a vibrant springtime color of your choice. 
2. Cinch ends of each package of YumEarth Organic Giggles OR YumEarth Gummy Bears on one side to form “wings.” Overlap cinched sides and twist a pipe cleaner around to hold them together. (Leave pipe cleaner open at the top). 
3. Slide clothespin onto the center of the candy package, where it is cinched. 
4. Shape tops of pipe cleaners into the shape of antennae. 
5. Glue googly eyes onto the top of the clothespin.
6. Hold onto a few extra YumEarth packs to enjoy right now! They all taste so good.
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
Candy Butterfly Craft
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
These spring inspired crafts are pretty adorable, but it really is the delicious YumEarth organic and allergy friendly candy that makes them special. You’ve heard me gush about them before and all of our faves (YumEarth Organic Chewys from YumEarthYumEarth Organic Lollipops, YumEarth Organic Giggles, YumEarth Gummy Bears, and YumEarth Organic Chocolate Roll’n Stones please!), but I really stand behind my love for them. They’re all incredibly tasty, and they make some seriously cute colorful crafts, but I also feel good about giving them to my family. In addition to being organic, non-gmo, gluten free, and vegan, they also contain no high fructose corn syrup or artificial dyes and are allergy friendly (free from peanuts, gluten, tree nuts, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish and soy). The best!
Candy Flower Bouquets and Butterflies
Fellow spring lovers, I hope you enjoy making these delicious crafts as much as we do. Visit YumEarth’s store locator to find out where to grab the YumEarth organic candy you’ll need for these projects, and shop online and use code SWEETS15 for 15% off your order. You can find all of the non-candy supplies at your local craft store. Happy spring!
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8 Ways to Celebrate St. Patricks Day at Home

How to Celebrate St. Patricks at Home

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s a funny story… When I was a kid growing up in Chicagoland, I felt like I was the only person I knew who wasn’t Irish. St. Patrick’s Day celebrations are a big deal in this area, and I always felt a little left out. Many years later, after my grandmother passed away, we discovered that we are not only Irish, but very Irish. Clearly that meant I had to make up for last time, so I’ve been overdoing St. Paddy’s Day ever since. (I will say that the whole leprechauns visit seems to me a new thing for my kids’ generation. They certainly never visited our house when I was a child.)

We woke up this morning to coins hidden all over our house and boxes of Lucky Charms cereal (a big treat around here), but the overachiever in me wanted to, of course, do more. The parade was (understandably) canceled this year, but we’re not letting that ruin our good time. (And they did dye the Chicago River green, which is so much fun to see.) Below are some easy ideas to make this day extra festive at home.

1. Wear green.
Duh!

2. Whip up an authentic Irish meal.
I love me some vegetarian shephard’s pie. (Any sort of plant-based ground beef works great!)

3. Make a leprechaun trap.
This is technically something you want to do the night before, but there is no reason they can’t visit today instead!

4. Make St. Patrick’s Day crafts.
This year, we made shamrocks, leprechaun faces, and green necklaces. It doesn’t have to be fancy. I am not a Pinterest level crafter, but my kids don’t care.

5. Make your food and drink green.

A little green food coloring goes a long way. Also, green beer is fun.

6. Look for 4 leaf clovers in your yard.

There is still snow on the ground here, but those of you closer to the equator or in the southern hemisphere might get lucky!
7. Read St. Patrick’s Day themed books.
We have more of them (and every holiday themed book) than I should probably admit. 
8. Make an at home, healthier version of a Shamrock Shake.
We blend Greek yogurt, spinach leaves, avocado, mint leaves, ice, and honey in a blender. It’s more of a Shamrock Smoothie. But it’s delicious!
May the wind be always at your back!

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Friday Funny: Car Keys Hustle

Soon. Very soon we will be able to travel freely! I get my first shot today. Yay, me! Until next time, Good day, and good dog!


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Przekierowania – czynniki techniczne OnSite

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