Common SEO Terms For Beginners In Digital Marketing

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Have you ever had the impression that people like lawyers and stock traders cover a lot of mundane practice behind their lingo as if they were speaking in a different language? That is partially real, but don't be fooled: some of the fancy languages facilitate fast communication among knowledgeable professionals.

Similarly, is a distinct discipline with its own terminology, as with many academic fields. If you're an SEO expert, you're probably not interested in reading this. You've come to the right place if you're a WordPress user who has just started to work with SEO professionals or just wants to learn more about search engine optimization and its vocabulary.

I have tried my best to collect the most widely and sometimes rarely used SEO terms here. Some of these terms might have different meanings with different companies or registrars. Let's get started.

Numeric 0 – 9

10 blue links (Top 10 Results): These are the search results on the first page. Usually search engines like show 10 results on first page plus advertisements. We SEO's call it the Top 10 Results also.

1XX Status Code: If you see a page showing something like 100 – 199 code, it means the server has received the request for that page.

2XX Status Code: If you see a page showing something in between 200 – 299 code, it means the server has successfully received the request and accepted it.

301 Redirect: It is a very popular method used by webmasters to redirect a page or domain to another location using this code to indicate to the search engines that the present location showing this code has been moved to another location.

3XX Status Code: If you see a page showing something in between 300, 302 – 399, it means the server needs further action to be completed.

4XX Status Code: If you see a page showing something in between 400 – 499, it means the requested page on the server has resulted in an error.


406 Not Acceptable HTTP Status Code: This error happens when the server is unable to understand and server the accept-header part of the request made by the visitor's browser. This kind of error happens between the hosting application and the hosting server. The website visitor can only wait the server to be fixed.

5XX Status Code: If you see a page or website showing a status code between 500 – 599, it means the server of the website failed to fulfill this request.


Authority: A class of websites or pages defined by search engines inside their algorithms.

Alt Text: Images need definition, these Alt Tags/Text provide definition to the images.

Algorithm: A computer program used by search engines to define and sort websites.

Anchor: An HTML element like text, button, image which is visible to the website visitors and links to another website or page.


Blog: A website where you can share information with the world digitally.

Bot: An automated computer program to perform a set of tasks like crawling websites and their content.

Backlink: The most used term in the SEO world. A link from one website to another website. These can also be called Inbound Links. They are an important part of a link building strategy.

Black Hat: Shady techniques which are not according to the search engine's guidelines.

Bounce Rate: This is an important ranking factor in digital marketing activities. The relation between the total number of visits to a website to the visits did not result in a particular action of that website. Like shopping online. The total number of visitors to a product page and the total number of visitors actually buying the product.

Browser: A software or app which allows the user to access a website and its features.

Broken Link: A link or a backlink which results in a 404 error code in the browser.


: Relation between the total number of impressions a website/ad/page/product gets on a search engine or any other online webpage to the total number of clicks for this website/ad/page/product/link.

Cache: A temporary memory allocated to a website by the browser for faster loading of that website.

Cached Page: A cache of the page saved by a bot or browser for quick access.

Conversion: When a visitor of the website performs an action on the website like opt-in for a newsletter is called a conversion. In this case, it will be called subscription conversion.

Conversion Rate: The relation between the total number of visitors to the total number of conversion actions performed on the website.

Canonical URL: When a code element is used to specify a preferred URL of a website.

Crawler: A bot which has been designed specifically for crawling websites.

Crawler Directives: Set of instructions from a webmaster to the crawlers whether to index or not any specific page of that website.

Crawling: The process followed by a crawler is called Crawling.

CSS: Full form Cascading Style Sheets, is the file responsible for styling of a webpage.


Domain: A website's name and address on the internet.

Domain Name Registrar: A legal entity that manages the registration of Domains. Check out our blog post on finding the best and affordable domain registrars: Find The Cheapest Domain Registration For Your Next Domain

Duplicate Content: Content which has been copied from other websites.

Deindexing: The website not being shown in the search engines.

DNS: Full form Domain Name Server. Translation of domain name to the IP address of the server where the website is hosted.

Dwell Time: The amount of time between a click on the website and going back to the search results.


External Link: Also called as Outbound Link. It is a link which takes the visitor of your website to another website.

: An online shop for purchasing products and services.

Editorial Link: A link given by the Editor of the page or post of a website.

Engagement Metrics: Different kinds of methods used to check the interactions of a visitor on the website. It might include metrics like Dwell Time, Conversion Rate, etc.


Follow: A HTML element attribute placed for links helps the search engine crawlers that the page follows the link specified. It's an HTML way of saying followers of another link like how we follow others on Instagram, Twitter, or any other social network.

Faceted Navigation: User selected options for sorting and filtering of URLs on a website.

Featured Snippet: These are the latest content models of information/answers of the search shown by the search engines in their search results page itself without having to click on a link of a website. Sometimes this can be different from the content of top-ranking pages. It's the search engine algorithm's way of showing the best answer to the search query.

Fold: A cutoff point on a website beyond which the content is not visible to the visitor.


Google: The most popular search engine on the internet.

Google Quality Guidelines: Guidelines published on Google Blog to be followed by webmasters and SEO specialists for making their website better in the eyes of Google search engine bots.

Geographic Modifiers: Search terms which can be added to a search query to get results from a specified location only.

Grey Hat: SEO practices which doesn't follow Google search guidelines but doesn't completely ignores them.

Guest Blogging: Posting a blog on another website that is not owned by you. You are a guest on the website who likes to share their information.


Heading: Text placed inside heading tags of a webpage. There are 6 types of heading tags in total: H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, and H6. These carry different values on a webpage.

Hreflang: An HTML link attribute which tells the browser which language is being used in the linked page.

Head Term: Hard to rank popular keywords with a large volume of searches on search engines.

Hidden Text: A text not visible to the visitor of the website. Usually, its color or size is changed so that it's not visible to visitors but crawlers can crawl it.

HTML: Full form Hyper Text Markup Language. A programming language used to create frontend of websites and pages.

Homepage: Front or First page of a website is called its homepage. A basic website and to note.

HTTP: Full form Hypertext Transfer Protocol. A transfer protocol followed between a web browser and a website server.

HTTPS: Full form Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. Similar to HTTP protocol but in a secured way by using SSL certificates.


Image Sitemap: A sitemap having all the URL's of images of a website.

Image Compression: Reducing the size of an image. Also an important step in the image optimization methods.

Inbound Link: Also know as backlink. A link between two websites.

Index: A database of content.

Indexability: The ability of a website to be indexed by a search engine bot.

Indexing: Organizing of content found by the bots.

Indexed Pages: Web pages successfully crawled by a bot and show in the search engine results for search terms.

IP Address: Address of any internet connected device.

Intent: The reason behind the search of a user.

Internal Link: Link between pages of the same website.


JSON Format: It's a javascript notation for linked data. A structuring format liked by both developers and search engines.

Javascript: A computer programming language used on websites to make more attractive and user-friendly web elements. Not every javascript code is search engine friendly.


Keyword: a word or group of words to focus the content on a webpage. This helps the search engine sort out the ranking factors of a page.

: Research performed on a topic to find the keywords which are user and search engines friendly.

: When a website has different pages matching the same URL query is called keyword cannibalization. This is also a part of negative SEO effects for a website.

KPI: Full form Key Performance Indicator. Indicators used to gauge the performance of a website.


Link Building: A very important part of SEO campaigns. A process of building links from different websites pointing to your website.

Link: A connection between two websites on the internet. One of the many easy generic SEO terms for beginners to remember.

Landing Page: A page on a website designed and written for a specific product or service sales.

Lead: A person's contact information shared and willing to learn or buy a product/service.

Link Bait: An unethical way of attracting links from other websites.

Link Equity: The value of inbout links to a website.

Link Farming: When two or more websites linking each other or generating links automatically is called Link Farming. Not a good way to get links like this as search engines consider it a black hat way.

Link Exchange: When two website owners exchange links between their websites with an agreement.

Local Pack: Collection of local businesses in search engines.

Local Query: a search containing a geographic modifier like “near me”.

Log File: A file containing records of information related to any part of a website.

Long-tail Keywords: Search queries with long keywords usually containing more than two words.


Mobile-first Indexing: Pages on a website which are mobile friendly and easily indexed by the bots.

Metric: Any measurement of performance.

Meta Description: A brief description of a page on a website inside the meta tags of HTML. This is important for search engines as this information is usually placed beside the link of a page in search engine results.

Meta Tags: HTML element used to get a brief overview of the contents of a page.

Metadata: Data consisting of meta tags.


Negative SEO: A bad practices of SEO which results in bad rankings of a website.

Natural Link: A link from a website which finds the content of a page useful to be linked with.

Navigation: The act of a visitor browsing between pages of a website.

Navigational Query: A query of the visitor used to find directions to a specific location on a website or a map.

Niche: A specific area or industry of interest. One of the generic SEO terms for beginners.

Nosnippet: A HTML meta tag which directs the search engine bots to not to show the description of the link in search results.

Noarchive: A HTML meta tag that directs the search engine bots not to store any present or previous versions of a webpage.

Nofollow: A HTML link attribute that translates to say that the linked website is not being followed by the linking website.

Noindex: A HTML meta tag that directs the search engine bots not to index the website or a specific page in their search engine results.


Organic: Any result for which you don't have to pay. An SEO term for beginners to remember as it is used widely in discussions.

Orphan Page: A page with no links to it either external or internal links.

On-page SEO: SEO activities done on a page of a website which can make it suitable for good rankings in search engine results.

Off-page SEO: SEO activities done outside of a page of a website to make it suitable for good rankings in search engine results.

Outbout Link: It is also called as an external link. Linking a page of another website.


: The total amount of time taken by a page to load in a web browser.

Pages Per Session: A metric to learn about a visitor viewing pages of a website in one session.

Page Title: The name of a page usually visible at the top of a browser when the page is actively being viewed by the visitor.

Page View: Any time when a visitor loads a page in their browser.

: Page tags used to show the visitor that other parts of the content can be accessed by clicking.

Paid Search: Getting your website on top of search engine results for a keyword by paying to the search engine company.

PHP: Full form PHP Hypertext Processor. It is a programming language used to perform different dynamic activities of a website.

Protocol: It defines the way the data is being sent between a server and a browser for a website.

Pay Per Click (PPC): A type of advertising where the advertiser pays for every click.

People Also Ask: A new feature by search engines showcasing similar questions related to the search term.

Personalization: Modifying search engine result pages based on user defined options.

Pruning: A method used to increase the performance of a website by removing the poorly performing pages.

Purchased Link: A link obtained from another website by paying for it.


Query: A keyword or collection of words used in performing a search on search engines.

Quality Link: A backlink from a reputed website.

QDF: Full form Query Deserve Freshness. It is an action of search engines to get fresh results for a query.

Quality Lead: A lead which is very highly likely to become a paying customer.

Qualified Traffic: A traffic of a website related to the topic of its pages.


Referral: A visitor sent from one website to another website.

Reciprocal Linking: Two websites linking each other with agreed upon agreement.

Rank: A place for the page of a website.

Ranking: Sorting of a page's position based on the query.

Ranking Factor: A factor which results in the ranking of a website in search engine results.

Redirection: Transferring of a visitor from one place to another place on the internet.

Re-inclusion: When a website is included again in the search results.

Rel=canonical: A HTML tag that tells the crawlers to mark it as the original. It is important to avoid keyword cannibalization.

Relevance: Connection between the search query and the page content.

ROI: Full form Return of Investment. A measurement of performance in SEO.

Robots.txt: a text file placed in the main folder of a website to direct the search engine bots with specific instructions.

Resources Page: A page containing links to other pages or website useful for the visitor.

Rendering: A process of web browser reading and presenting the website information suitable for its user.

Responsive Design: A design which is also suitable for mobile and other screen sizes.

Rich Snippet: An enhanced view of a page on the search results showing more information than other websites.


Search Engine: A website which crawls websites on the internet and shows results close to the searched term for a user.

Search: An action performed to get results in the search engine.

Scraped Content: Content copying and appearing on other websites.

Scroll Depth: The amount of page used by the visitor.

Scraping: The action of copying the content and storing by the search engines is called scraping.

(SEM): Actions to increase the visibility of a website in the search engine results. It is a part of digital marketing activities for a website.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO): A process of optimizing the website to show up in top results of a search engine query.

Search Operators: A special commands which can be used to show user defined results in the search results.

Seed Keywords: Main keywords describing a product or service.

SERP: Full form Search Engine Ranking Page. A page which shows up in search engine results for a query of a user containing results from different websites.

Search Volume: The number of times a search term is used by different users in a period of time.

Search History: Previous search queries performed by the user of search engine.

Search Form: A set of fields with different operations which can be used by the search engine to show results defined by the user.

SERP Features: Set of features are not just the regular search engine results.

Spider: A bot which crawls websites.

Spam: An unethical way of forcing a website to the visitor by use of not ethical ways.

Split Testing: A side-by-side comparison of website metrics to make it user friendly.

SSL: Full form Secure Sockets Layer. A digital certificate used by websites and browsers for secure information transfer.

Social Media: An online media mostly used by visitors to become social with other users.

Sitemap: A document with the map of website content in text format.

Sitelinks: Other page links of the same website appearing below the search result page of that website.

SSL Certificate: A digital certifcate protocol used to secure transfer of information over the internet.

Status Code: The response of the server for a website based on the kind of query made to it by the user.

Subdomain: A section of the website within a domain.

Structured Data: An organized data used to properly store the information.


Title: The main important heading of the the page.

Taxonomy: A user defined system for organizing the content of the website.

Thumbnail: The smallest version of an image.

Thin Content: Content with less value to its reader.

Title Tag: An HTML element which defines the title of a page.

Traffic: visitors of a website.

Traffic Rank: Ranking of a website compared to other websites.

TLD: Full form Top Level Domain. Extensions used after the website name its domain name.

Time on Page: The average amount of time spent by a user on a website.


URL: Full form Universal Resources Locator. A readable format address of a website.

URL Parameter: Additional strings added to the URL of a website.

Universal Search: A search engine ranking page generated from multiple websites for a search query.

Unnatural Link: A suspicious link for a website in the eyes of search engines.

URL Folder: A folder which can be accessed by its name after the URL name.

User Journey: Intended or expected journey of a user on the website.

UTM: Full form Urchin Tracking Module. A type of URL parameter to determine the effects of a link building campaign.

User-generated Content: Content generated by the user of a website.

Usability: The ease of using a website.

UX: Full form User Experience. The experience of a user for a website.


Vertical Search: A search with focus for a specific content or information.

Voice Search: A search performed by using the voice of the user.

Visibility: A website link in the search engine results.


Website: A collection of web pages in one domain name.

Web Page: A document of a website which can be viewed online.

White Hat: SEO activities performed as per the search engine guidelines.

Word Count: Total Number of words written on a page.

Webmaster Guidelines: Guidelines given by search engines to be followed by website makers when creating and updating a website.

WordPress: A content management system for managing and updating websites.


XML: Full form Extensbile Markup Language. One of the programming languages used by the search engines use to interpret data.

X-Robots Tag: A tag to define the way a website is to be indexed by the search engine robots.


Yahoo: A popular search engine.

YMYL: Your Money and Your Life


Zombie-content: Rehashing the content information again and again in different terms without any real value.

Final Words

This will help you get started with SEO lingo. There is no end to the terms as you go digging deeper in learning SEO. But these SEO terms for beginners are helpful to get you started. If I have missed out on anything important and basic, do let me know in the comments. I will try to update this post with any misses found.

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  • Just-iko avatar Just-iko Hello, is there any reliable tools for article SEO checker? If someone doesn't mind to share.. thank you in advance!
  • Hrugger avatar Hrugger Hello @everyone
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    I run three store which made about 20k last month
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  • Tvde1 avatar Tvde1 They do provide you with info about keywords, clicks, indexing issues
  • MrWorthy avatar MrWorthy you don't wanna see any data. You're asking us about other search engines webmaster tools, which you can submit you website to, because neither Google nor Bing nor Yandex provide you with the traffic.
  • Tvde1 avatar Tvde1 I wanna see all the data haha
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 There can be more but why do you need so many?
  • Tvde1 avatar Tvde1 I'm using Google Search Console, Bing Webmaster Tools, Yandex Webmaster Tools. Are there any more sites you guys know of to see info directly from search indexers?
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 GitHub pages and netlify will be helpful for you
  • Just-iko avatar Just-iko ah sorry for late reply, yes only a very simple landing page basically
    wanna make a lot with different domain name
  • Tvde1 avatar Tvde1 github pages
  • Tvde1 avatar Tvde1 cloudflare pages
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 Only html pages?
  • Just-iko avatar Just-iko Hello mate,
    Do you have any suggestion for a good landing page hosting? the one that is affordable and SEO friendly using HTML ..
  • MrWorthy avatar MrWorthy
  • MrWorthy avatar MrWorthy Hey there! Sharing the latest post, hope you will like it!
  • Just-iko avatar Just-iko Thank you very much for answering ☑️ ✨
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 Put your content in the right HTML tags and Google will show it this way.

    In the picture that you show, the first content is put in a list with bold headings.
    The second content is a FAQ on that page.

    Put in the right HTML tags and Google will pick it up nicely.
  • Just-iko avatar Just-iko Hello, I'm a newbie in this field, any guidance would be appreciated :) some questions please, is there any idea on how to make our website could appears like that in Google search? The one that I marked..
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 Semrush or Ahrefs will help you for spying competitors.

    I think Semrush has a trial period as well.
  • Aadhi avatar Aadhi Buy semrush, you can buy it at cheap rate by using Group buy method
  • SG.CK avatar SG.CK Any free tool for spy traffic and ranking ?
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 Search on google “htaccess redirect rules”
    Put them in your website’s htaccess file if you are using Apache
  • Brunoo avatar Brunoo how should I go to solve this issue
  • Brunoo avatar Brunoo Can you explain a little bit more? My website is not wordpress, I use amazon web services
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 You can make a 301 redirect to the correct page on your website.
    If you are using Wordpress then SEO plugins like rank math have this feature.
    If you don’t want to use SEO plugins then there are many good redirect plugins in the Wordpress repository.
    And if you are not using Wordpress then .htaccess file is your friend.
  • Brunoo avatar Brunoo For example, is this image, the second link "THU Main Event" goes to a different page that it's supposed to. How do I fix this.
  • Brunoo avatar Brunoo So I have a website and when you search for it, one of the hyperlinks that google provides goes to the wrong page, is there a specific way for me to change that?
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 Need more explanation
  • Brunoo avatar Brunoo Hello people, does anyone know how to fix a hyperlink within a google search?
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 Semrush shows you all the links that it considers as toxic in its domain overview dashboard. You can then use these website list to disavow in GSC.
  • rrakesharmaa avatar rrakesharmaa I want to remove high spam backlinks via Disavow tool. So i need these links.
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 extract high spam score backlinks.
    This is little confusing for me to understand

    Do you want to remove high spam backlinks to your website or do you want to receive backlinks from websites that have a high spam score?
  • yaswanth avatar yaswanth Now I use the Search console live URL inspector. It shows the page source and screenshot with an error(If any).
    Result: The page is not mobile friendly in the screenshot. All the element's styles are broken.

    Now, I feel like, " What the hell is happening in rich result tester? The google bot shows everything is ok, and in the search console, this is happening."

    # Problem Digging Stage final stage - Solving the problem
    The easiest way to solve the problem is to compare the thing and find the difference.
    Is rich results tester a google bot? Yes!
    Is it owned by google? Yes!
    Is it have any link with the official search console crawler? No!

    Now, What is the difference between 2 crawlers?
    Their IPs are different. They work differently.

    Summary: Google bot (Offical bot) is not able to crawl all elements in the webpage. It is not able to read all styling files. All other bots(services that use crawl as Google Bot) can view/crawl the page.

    List of official google bot IPs:

    Solution: Rather than digging into all files, we changed the hosting server located in the exact location.

    Thank you for reading this article. It takes a few mins to read this article, but It took hours to find the correct problem with a solution. If you find this article valuable, give it a like and if you have any questions, feel free to ask them.
  • yaswanth avatar yaswanth Solving Critical Indexing Problem (CASE STUDY)

    Last week I received a message from a friend he is requesting me to help him index a page of his website. I said, " Wait, sometime google will index automatically" Then he said he was getting problem with his homepage. So, I started digging. First, I want to find the problem. Then all other things were easy.

    # Problem Digging Stage 1 - Analyze the top layers
    Checking the basic things
    1) No Index tags
    2) Canonical tags
    3) Website page Age

    Result: Nothing Found

    # Problem Digging Stage 2 - Getting Deeper
    1) Checking status codes (If there is any redirects, 404 error, or soft 404 errors)
    2) Using an SEO browser to check the web page accessibility
    3) Trying with different user agents

    Result: Nothing Found

    # Problem Digging Stage 3 - Analyzing and
    comparing past and current stages of webpage
    1) Checking the Wayback machine for any spam content history
    2) Checking the search console for errors
    3) Other page's indexability

    Result: I got some clue. Search console shows "Page is not mobile friendly."

    # Problem Digging Stage 4 -Finding the reason for the search console error.
    When I checked the web page with SEO Browser, the page was mobile friendly, and I also tried "crawl as Googlebot." Everything looks good. Then where is the problem?

    One thing was confirmed google is not able to view the webpage clearly. And all other bots are not getting any problems.

    So, I decided to use only google properties in the further process (Because only the google bot gets stuck).
    I selected three tools to process further.
    1) Google page speed insights
    2) Google rich results tester
    3) Search console Live URL inspector

    First, I used page speed insights to check If the google bot can crawl/view the page or not(If there are any issues in crawling, then the tool returns a lighthouse error)
    Result: everything is ok

    Second I used Google rich results tester. It provides the page source and screenshot of the webpage.
    Result: everything is ok
  • achann avatar achann Backlink actually link that provided outside web, so if you use instagram and insert your web link that still counted as backlink.
  • achann avatar achann If you want to be free, why not using mailchimp for email blast. Or maybe you can use whatsender for whatsapp blast, there is nulled version I think.
  • achann avatar achann Um.. Maybe you can use whatsapp blast and give link? Or maybe you can use email marketing and give link to your web?
  • rrakesharmaa avatar rrakesharmaa How can I extract high spam score backlinks for my website? Is there any free tool that provides all high spam score sites HELP ME PLEASE 🙂
  • nkap avatar nkap <@211319858258771968> hey, would you be able to share the website that you want guest posts on? I’m in touch with a few fintech businesses and can ask them whether they’d be interested in putting a post on your site.
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 <@211319858258771968> it sure will work. Make sure to write that it’s free to post as guests. A lot of websites do not mention this and writers usually think it’s paid opportunity only.

    Keep us updated of how well this goes for your website.
  • soutaraku avatar soutaraku Thank you so much for the detailed guide. I'll see if I can put up the Guest Post page to start with! I hope my email gets bombarded in a good way haha
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 You should start putting up a page called Guest Posting on your other website where you put articles, etc.. and put all the requirements there which you are looking for in the guest posts. Make sure to leave your email as well for easier contacts.

    Build up some links to this page. Because most of the writers are looking to write for high metrics website that have good DA, TF, etc...

    Once you have a page setup it will help you get attention from people who are searching on Google.

    Next you can start sending the URL of this page to people whom you think might be interested to write for your service on social networks like twitter, linkedin, etc.

    Also list this page URL on websites that have posts like free guest posts list in SaaS, free guest posts list in "your niche", etc. Something like this:

    These will get you enough traction to attract guest posts from various contributors over the time. Your email will be bombarded with emails following the above tips.
  • soutaraku avatar soutaraku I can translate guest post to Japanese and put it on our website to share stories from overseas. I thought it would be interesting for our readers and a good way for link building.
  • soutaraku avatar soutaraku It's not titled as contribute/guest posts page, but there's a website we put interview articles and such. We surely can put guest posts on that website.
  • ddev66 avatar ddev66 <@211319858258771968> does your website have contribute/guest posts page?
  • soutaraku avatar soutaraku Hi guys! I'm a Japanese SEO specialist/ content editor working for a fintech company, and looking for someone to put guest posts on our website (preferably about fintech or SaaS market). Are there any good place to look for people willing to guest post?

    In Japan, not many people write guest posts, so I'm kinda lost. Twitter trick is only guiding light to me, <@838326478924021760>. Thanks for sharing.
  • Deleted User avatar Deleted User trying it out right now
  • nkap avatar nkap Great idea! Will definitely try it out. Thanks mate.

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