NEW: An Exclusive Report on the Independent Affiliates Dominating Google
A few weeks ago I wrote an article on what I learned analysing 10,000 affiliate-populated search results for 2023.
It went semi-viral around the web (at least in the world of SEO) and contained a promise: I'm going to share even more insights exclusively with SEO Blueprint members.
9,000+ words later, that promise is now a reality, and the report is live.
Here's the direct link: https://seoblueprint.com/superpixels-affiliate-analysis/
(Note: You need to be logged into SEO Blueprint to see it)
I genuinely expected this to be a 2,000, maybe 3,000 word report but I just kept finding more angles I wanted to research and write about.
You're going to learn:
- The niches they're operating in
- How much content they're publishing each month
- Whether they rely on redirecting expired domains to succeed
- Whether "superpixels" actually matter for them
- Elements of E-E-A-T they're implementing on site
And a lot more.
Because it's such a large report I've made it as skimmable as I possibly can so you can focus on what's more relevant to your situation.
These reports take a ton of time and effort so I can't publish them as quickly as I like, but we have a few more we're working on behind the scenes. I know many members run eCommerce stores, SaaS companies, service businesses and more, and I have you covered.
My current philosophy is that I'll share a huge, in-depth report on Detailed and then follow it up a few weeks later with additional, exclusive insights just for Blueprint members.
I really hope you get a lot of value from this. There's lots more on the way!
P.S. I can't see replies to these emails (there's a link inside the report where you can discuss it) but someone recently said that whoever designs them needs to be fired. It made me laugh because I kind of agree.
Sadly I can't control how they look as it's part of the announcement software we use which allows us to have the nice widgets in the Blueprint dashboard and navigation bar, but I may revert to using other software just for announcement emails going forward.