Facts Of SEO Blogging

Facts Of SEO Blogging

SEO Blogging

These previous few weeks I’ve witnessed how things played out in the “blogosphere” after breaking the arrival of Google’s new “unavailable_after” tag. I must say that what I observed was very interesting and informative to me. I have been lettering contents for the High Rankings Advisor newsletter, and other bulletins for many years. And I have seen little and parts of my work get designated in various places. All the same, it’s a whole new game when you break a noteworthy news story. And then I faced a lot of bloggers and would want to share how I define them.


I don’t think that most persons plan to brush-off the original writer, but it take place a lot! Certainly, you can say it’s okay since the post they link to are the posts that link back to the original. But that’s just not worthy enough. I intensely believe that the original writer must get credit where credit is outstanding in a more direct way. So I direct people who do SEO blogging to credit the original writer where necessary. For the reason that, “No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit for doing it.”- Just like Andrew Carnegie believed.



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Comments (6)

  • Smidt Reply

    Unique content is more likely to be linked and shared. People are going to go to your content because it’s one of a kind.

    October 16, 2011 at 12:15
  • Miguel Reply

    I’m surprised at how many blog articles have nothing to say. Well, maybe they have plenty of things to say, but they don’t have a point. An article is supposed to communicate a point.

    October 17, 2011 at 18:32
  • Freeman Reply

    I think this is a fine idea, and it can certainly help you to establish thought leadership and gain readership.

    October 18, 2011 at 14:48
  • Gomes Reply

    In order to communicate a concept, you need to organize your thoughts. Otherwise, you’re going to have a scattered assembly of sentences and statements. That accomplishes nothing.

    October 19, 2011 at 16:14
    • SEO899 Team Reply

      When you have a structure, it will be reflected in the layout of the article. An article will have headings, subheadings, paragraph breaks, and maybe a bullet point or two. All of these features provide flow for the reader, and make it easy to skim and digest content.

      October 15, 2011 at 00:52
  • Lopez Reply

    When your article has a point, it gives readers something memorable to latch onto.

    October 21, 2011 at 13:46

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