August 19th, 2011
In a prior post, I discussed the practice of article-marketing automation in attempts to rank highly for more-general keywords that have high levels of online traffic. Especially after Google’s Pandora update, such attempts will increasingly have no effect at best or will incur search-engine penalties at worst.
Google, for obvious reasons, wants to return search results that are the most relevant and from websites that are of the highest quality. As a result, sites that seemingly (or actually) churn out repetitive, duplicate… Continue reading
August 12th, 2011
Thou Shalt Not Offend The Google.
If you have worked in SEO for even a short amount of time or have even started to market your website or blog, then you surely understand that it is important to do what the search-engine giant likes if you want to gain higher rankings in its search results. (For example, the point of optimizing an SEO page is not directly to benefit your website; it is really to help Google to do its job better.) As a result, many white-hat… Continue reading