Our Dashboard Page Gets a Refresh

Now that everyone has had a bit more time to start going through SEO Blueprint 2 (currently only available to people who bought SEO Blueprint version 1), we thought our Dashboard page deserved a bit of a refresh.

The design is quite a radical change, but we're confident it will help you find our new content a lot more easily.

Here's a sneak peek:

Content that we added to the Super 100 and Super Content modules have been put in their respective Blueprints, rather than being kept as part of Superpixels.

In other words, we added quite a bit more content than this, but now it can be found in its proper home.

You should get redirected to the Dashboard page as soon as you login but if not, here's another link: https://seoblueprint.com/dashboard/

Thank you for all of the incredible feedback on SEO Blueprint 2 so far. There's lots more on the way!

Auditing the Site of a Large Cannabis Magazine Publisher

While this audit isn't too different from other audits we have inside SEO Blueprint, I should mention that it's quite...blunt.

I cover quite a few issues on the website, but I don't go into detail on each specific one like I normally would.

Why? Well, we have so many audits where I've pointed out similar issues that I don't want to bore you.

Instead, I've tried to focus more on the site as a whole - giving attention to the breadth of the website, rather than its depth.

Here's the link: https://seoblueprint.com/cannabis-publisher/

Still, I am honored to have been able to look at the site and if anything else, it's testament to our course that all of the problems found have individual videos covering them in a lot of depth.

There's also a special announcement around the 15 minute mark if you haven't been following the comments inside the course, that I can't wait to share with you!

- Glen


Auditing the Travel Site of SEO Blueprint Member, Jeremy

We've just went live with a new website audit for 2021: This time looking at the personal travel site of SEO Blueprint member, Jeremy.

Jeremy clearly knows what he's doing when it comes to SEO and building sites - and the site is in a niche that's clearly personal to him - but I (Glen) still felt like I had some good suggestions to offer.

You can view the audit here: https://seoblueprint.com/travel-site-with-passionate/

Jeremy has built a great brand and has some incredible social proof, but some areas of the website could do with a little "polish" to help him make the most of the traffic he's getting.

Thanks for the opportunity to look at the site, Jeremy, and we wish you the best of luck with it going forward!

Increase your Affiliate Link CTR (And Other Community Gold)

One part of SEO Blueprint that we're incredibly proud of is our community. Not only via our Facebook Group (1,000+ discussions) but our below-video comments (1,600+) as well.

Early on we realised there were so many great discussions and incredible replies that were going to be easy to miss, so we created our /gold/ page to highlight them. 

As more and more comments come in, we save them on a Trello board so that when we do update the page, we have quite a few comments to add at once.

Today we've refreshed the gold page, adding things like:

- Kevin's smart tip on getting more YouTube views
- How Purushottam increased clicks on his affiliate inks
- Glenn shared how he creates exceptional content for clients (even in niches he isn't familiar with)

There's much more, but part of the fun is in seeing all of the headlines on our gold page at once and clicking on those that interest you.

Thanks to all who stop by our community each and every day.

If you found value in someone's comments, please do let them know!

Updating Our /gold/ Page With New Community Highlights

When we first launched SEO Blueprint in the middle of 2019, we thought having comments underneath each video would be enough to satisfy the personal aspect of our offering.

The idea being that we try to teach something to the best of our ability, but if you have any questions, we can help you right where (and when) you have them.

That said, creating a Facebook Group was by far the most requested update from our initial members, and I have to say I'm really glad we ended up launching one a few weeks later.

We'll pass 1,000 discussions in there this year, so we created our /gold/ page as a way to highlight the best of what's being shared.


We never personally committed to being in the group very often - I believe our obligation should be to answer comments inside the training - but it turns out that we've been in there 7 days per week for months (funny how that works).

That means we were able to bookmark a lot of great threads and comments, so have just added a dozen or so more to that page.

If you haven't checked it out yet, you can get it at the direct link, here: https://seoblueprint.com/gold/

And if you haven't yet introduced yourself and what you have going on, please feel free to do so here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/seoblueprint/permalink/419865448701599/

Thanks for being here!

Get Our New SEO Extension Before Anyone Else

A couple of weeks ago, in our members-only Facebook Group, we shared a new SEO extension we've been working on for the past few months.

It allows you to massively speed up day to day SEO work and includes a few features you won't find in any other extension.

Here's the link to the group post - https://www.facebook.com/groups/seoblueprint/permalink/484041405617336/ - where you can find more information.

Thanks to your amazing feedback, we've been adding a ton of features and just went live with version 1.1.

We plan to share this with the world in a few weeks, but would love to have you give it a try before anyone else.

(It should also help de-clutter your bookmarks bar a little as well).

Auditing a New York Photographers Website (New Video)

It's 2020 and we plan to roll out just as many (if not a lot more) updates than we did in 2019.

We're still working on a lot of the private video audits we promised behind the scenes, but a few people did give us permission to put their video audit inside the course.

One person who gave us permission is New York Photographer James Maher.

You can find his audit here: https://seoblueprint.com/website-of-a-new-york-photographer/

Note: We didn't send an email about this as it's a smaller update, though we do plan to add another video tomorrow.

We have a lot of huge updates planned for 2020, and I can't wait to share them all with you.

We're Giving Away Up to $1,000 in SEO Tool Prizes

As we've just closed the doors on our second ever opening, I thought it would be the perfect time to run a contest I've always wanted to be part of myself.

We're giving away up to $1,000 in SEO tool prizes (split among four winners), and in return, all you have to do is find something quirky or weird about the site I share tomorrow.

This is not a competition about who can write the most or who can spend the most time on a website: It's just a bit of fun, giving you a reason to put some of the on-site modules to the site and bringing our amazing community together.

The contest starts in 24 hours, and you can learn more about it in our Facebook group, here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/seoblueprint/permalink/451823655505778/

Even if you're brand new to SEO, you stand a chance of winning this one.

If all goes well, I would love to run more of these fun contests in the future, so let's see how it goes.

Remember: We want to build an elite and exclusive community, but we also want to be free from elitism and judgement, so if you wish to join our Facebook group with a pen name (as long as Facebook approve your account) that's totally fine.

Auditing a WordPress Plugin Provider (And Using Sitebulb on Screen)

If you've watched a few of my on-site audits already, then you'll know I'm a huge fan of ScreamingFrog.

It saves a lot of time when auditing a site, and helps you uncover issues you probably wouldn't have found otherwise.

One tool I'm a fan of, but haven't yet used on a site audit (at least not a recorded one), is Sitebulb.

Like ScreamingFrog, it's a premium site auditing tool designed to help you uncover problems. It does look quite different though:


Sitebulb is also set-up very differently to SF and takes a while to get used to, but I thought you might like to see how it works, so used it for my most recent update.

Here's the link: https://seoblueprint.com/analysing-a-wordpress-plugin/

I really hope you enjoy this one. Lots more on the way!

P.S. If you're not yet in our Facebook Group, don't forget to come and join us over here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/seoblueprint/

A New Version of Detailed Crawler (+ Blueprint Search Functionality)

I'm excited to announce that we have a new version of Detailed Crawler which no longer requires you to keep downloading and overwriting your previous installation.

Instead, the tool now updates itself in-app, and all you have to do is simply restart it to get the latest features.

This change comes with a number of new filters for finding on-site issues, as we try harder than ever to make this the best free crawler on the market (it might actually be the only one).

If you last downloaded the tool before the 14th of November, you'll need to download it again, here: https://seoblueprint.com/detailed-crawler/

Sorry for the hassle, but this should be the last time you ever have to do so manually.

On top of that, we've added a much requested search function to the dashboard area, which should look like this:

Not only does this allow you to search video titles and page content, but it searches comments as well.

So if you want to find all of your own comments, this is one way to do so.

We also had a request to have a page where all of the latest comments are displayed.

I can certainly make this more useful but we've created a page for those as well, which looks something like this:

If you want to find the page again, just go to the main Dashboard area and look at the latest comments, and click 'View All'.

We also made some other announcements recently we didn't send an email about so you can look out for those, but I hope you enjoy these updates!

P.S. If you're not in our Facebook group yet, do come and join us. I shared a pretty cool new tool there this week: https://www.facebook.com/groups/seoblueprint/

(You're welcome to use a pen name if you're not a fan of Facebook for personal things).

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