Wiki Ranker: A Review
Search engine optimization is basically working to put a page on the top ranks of the search results page where it is intended to show up in. There are so many ways to deal with optimizing pages, both on- and off-page, but one of the most powerful SEO strategies to date is building links within wikis. Wikis are websites that allow everyone or its registered users to edit its content, the prime example for which is the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia. Wiki backlinking is not as easy as it sounds, and if you are looking to implement it properly, you might want to check out this new product from AB Hannan called Wiki Ranker.
This product is a completely automated, hands-free, web-based wiki link builder. It does all the wiki link building work for you, which means that it is not necessary for you to have enough experience with wikis or with link building in general if you are looking to make good use of this new SEO tool. Furthermore, because it is web-based, you will not need to install anything and risk bungling up in the installation. The downside, however, you cannot use the tool if you happen to be offline.
Wiki Ranker will cost $27 per month or $67 for one year. It will launch today, July 30, 2018 and we are going to see it come live at 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. We are updating this post with a full review of the product soon after it is out, so if you want to learn more about it, be sure to bookmark this article and return later for our complete review.