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Great article! Thanks for sharing! Medical marijuana is proved to have benefits (https://www.zenabis.com/). It is prescribed to people who have such diseases as cancer, AIDS, anxiety, depression, Crohn's disease, etc. As everyone knows, there are countries that legalized cannabis. But I'm against using it on a daily basis to have fun, though I think, it is better for people who really need it to smoke medical cannabis than get a ton of pills every day. Anyway, the theme of cannabis and its legalization in Canada is very popular today, so your article tells the truth, everything was done in a proper way to achieve the main goal.
Great, I hope it helps!
Good examples, thanks Kyle.
Hi Seth, thanks for the comment.
I'm always surprised when someone launches something new and has no chance of ranking at the top of Google for their brand name, because a bigger company is already using it for something else.
Another common mistake is just making the name super hard to spell, whether by replacing the Ss with Zs or using numbers or whatever else. (Those names are often hard to remember as well.)
Naming mistakes aren't necessarily fatal - there are plenty of brands that have succeeded despite a bad name or URL (del.icio.us comes to mind). But you might as well give yourself the best chance of success possible.
This looks like a great method. What do you think is the #1 most common mistake people make when choosing a blog name? (Or for their biz)
The first thing to have is a blog of your SaaS and then perform following thins to increase its DA
1. Link Building
2. Internal Linking
4. Publish Post Consistently
5. Speed Up Your Website
6. Be Active on Social Media
7. Delete Bad Links
8. Make Sure your Site is Mobile Friendly
9. Patience is Key to Success
10. Text Links
Awesome article, Kyle. I'm working on a new project right now so this came at the perfect time.
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Interesting article. What do you think the content landscape will look like when everyone is using AI/ML tools like these to produce and promote content? How does it play out in the competition for eye-balls? Pros/cons for content consumers?
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