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SQL-SEO-Manager Prerelease Announcement of Functionality

By Edited Feb 22, 2016 0 0

Overview of SQL-SEO-Manager
This application gives the web content author a method of tracking articles posted on publishing sites, or hosts. Each of the hosts used by the author can be stored. Articles posted on each host can be stored. Backlinks between articles can be stored. Reports are available that show the web publishing sites used, the articles published and the set of established backlinks. There are many parameters that can be stored for hosts and articles. These include page ranking, comments, descriptions and more. The application has the ability to store statistics on articles, friendships established at host sites and more. The reporting possibilities are very powerful. The application structure allows for reports showing which articles link to others and which have backlinks to them. Filtering can be enabled that allows reports for particular hosts or all hosts. Because the application uses a relational database and Structured Query Language, (SQL), there are virtually no limits to the potential uses of the stored data.

Host selection screen
Host data entry screen
Article selection screen
Article data entry screen
Article backlink selection screen
Article backlink creation
Hosts report
Articles report

SEO Overview
When you write articles to improve search engine optimization, (SEO), of your content, you increase success by creating backlinks. Backlinks are the links in an article that point to content elsewhere. Usually these are links to other related articles. The best success comes from writing a lot of articles, on many hosts, and backlinking these extensively. When articles are written, and backlinked, web viewers who find one article are likely to surf to the related content. When search engines do the surfing, the relative ranking of the article is increased.

Backlink Tracking Difficulties
An author typically writes many articles about various subjects. These are stored on various hosts. While each host saves the articles submitted on that host, the author must track their entire portfolio themselves. This can be done in a text file, with little effort. Here is a list of article tracking in a text file:

Host Article Create Date
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Infobarrel How to Travel 10/10/2010
Infobarrel How to Fish 10/12/2010
Hubpages How to Fish 10/12/2010
Hubpages How to Cook 10/12/2010
Snipsly How to Fish 10/12/2010
Snoopy How to Cook 10/12/2010
Snoopy How to Fish 10/12/2010
Squidoo How to Fish 10/12/2010
Squidoo How to Travel 10/11/2010

If you start to add backlink tracking to the text file, it gets difficult quickly:

Host Article Create Date Backlinks
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Infobarrel How to Travel 10/10/2010 Hubpages.How to Fish, Hubpages.How to Cook, Snipsly.How to Fish, Snoopy.How to Fish
Infobarrel How to Fish 10/12/2010 Hubpages.How to Fish, Hubpages.How to Cook, Snipsly.How to Fish, Snoopy.How to Fish
Hubpages How to Fish 10/12/2010 Infobarrel.How to Travel
Hubpages How to Cook 10/12/2010 Infobarrel.How To Fish, Snoopy.How to Fish, Snoopy.How to Cook, Squidoo.How to Travel
Snipsly How to Fish 10/12/2010 Infobarrel.How To Fish, Snoopy.How to Fish, Snoopy.How to Cook, Squidoo.How to Travel
Snoopy How to Cook 10/12/2010
Snoopy How to Fish 10/12/2010
Squidoo How to Fish 10/12/2010
Squidoo How to Travel 10/11/2010

Using a word processor or a spreadsheet is better, but still creates problems. To adequately track backlinks, any single file will make life difficult for an author. Take the first article, for example. It has backlinks from four other articles. How do we know what links this article has? It either has none or the data file has not been updated. If you add new hosts or articles, you must adjust the file manually to sort the content. If you want a report, you need to copy the file, and manually change the contents. Adding a high number of backlinks is very tedious.

SQL-SEO-Manage Backlink Operations
The application first presents a list of hosts that are stored in the database. The user selects a host and proceeds to the host data entry screen. Data specific to the host, like a description, ranking and more, may be stored. A button is displayed that opens the list of articles published to a host. The user selects an article and is presented with stored article details such as length, category, the text, and more. Changes may be saved. A button is displayed for which brings up backlinks for this article. These backlinks represent other articles to which this article is linked. The text body of the article will have encoded HTML references. The article can have any number of backlinks, depending on the policies of the particular host.

Each of the application selection screens, (for hosts and articles), has an option to add a new record. The new record is initially empty and must be populated with relevant data and saved.

The SQL-SEO-Manager application will help the author track the hosts and articles that comprise the SEO content portfolio. The data can be entered in the system quickly and easily. Reports can show various views of the portfolio. Data from other tracking systems, such as Google Analytics, can be stored in the application.

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