31 Jul '11, 8pm

Competitor Backlink Analysis in Excel:

This is where pivot tables in Excel can come in handy. They are great at consolidating and slicing data into small, manageable chucks. When I say pivot tables and Excel, some people might begin to sweat and get tunnel vision, but fear not, it’s worth learning — especially if you can bring in more revenue for your client. I’m going to show you how to extract important, digestible chunks of data using pivot tables so you can better understand your competitor linking landscape and have solid PROOF that junk linking (e.g. directories, forums, blog comments, etc) still works!

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