A few weeks ago I briefly talked about the process of coming up with ideas for blog posts. I quoted Jon Morrow, who in a post for Copyblogger said this:
“Great ideas aren’t just lying around, waiting for you to use them. You have to search for them… The key is doing the work. The ground may be full of buried treasure, but you have to be willing to grab a shovel and start digging.”
So Panda hasn’t battered your website for thin, useless or duplicate content. You’ve taken the necessary steps to “Panda-proof your website.” Blogs are a great way to drive traffic and build brand awareness, but there are other types of content you can offer your visitors besides blogs. Here’s a list of some types of Panda-proof content that you can add to your website that your visitors will love.
As Google’s algorithm continuously evolved, it wasn’t going to be long before Google+ played a role in search results. Content associated with a verified account would soon affect your place in search ranking. Now, there’s no telling if it’s already begun to play a role in organic search, but it certainly will—most likely in the very near future.
Everyone says content is extremely important for SEO. But why? Here we examine Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with Google as the primary example.
Last week I highlighted the importance of adding visuals to your WordPress posts. Including images and videos in a blog post can effectively improve your blogging outreach make your blog a bit more appealing for not only current and potential customers, but search engines too. For this week’s Tip of the Week, I’m going to… Read more »