Lately, I’ve written a lot about links and their impact on Search Engine Optimization. A topic of emphasis has been the distinction between strong, authoritative links and bad links. Strong, authoritative links are those that an actual human being has taken the time to approve. Links are also considered strong when they are included as part of the fresh content in a page. This shows the relevancy of the link to the page content that Google is looking for. Bad, weak links are those that are automatically created with no human intervention or quality review. These links are created mainly through software tools. They are the ones that many sites bought through a third party and were discredited through the Penguin algorithm updates.
This is one of those similar characteristics between SEO and Google News. To say the least, keywords still determine your fate on Google News optimization.
About SEO AGENCY SPAM. Subscribing to blogs is tied to the new generation of “permission marketing”… you won’t be subscribed without your permission nor will you receive unwanted blog posts. Bloggers can’t put subscribers on an address list. The blog feed will only go to those who have requested it.
Instead of “fighting” to sell people on using Faxes… go to restaurants that are already using Faxes. One of the restaurants in my town had a Fish Bowl next to their cash register with a sign that said; “Drop your business card in the Bowl to Join our “Fax Club” to receive special offers via Fax!
#2: FULL COMPREHENSIVE CURRICULUM. Make certain the curriculum provides learning on: the free marketing tactics, the paid tactics, provides the specialists to learn from (E.g., SEO, Google, Personal Branding, Video Marketing), includes coaching on leadership skills, covers “click-by-click” training for the newbies, and provides associations with alliances for outsourcing.
Your themes, widgets, and plug-ins will determine your sharing buttons. You know how important this is. Give your followers the chance to share your content on their networks. Social signals play a big part in SEO. Add sharing buttons to your blog now. It’s free! Plus you can share your blog post on your social media hubs.
By planning your site’s SEO according to the standards of MSN, Yahoo!, and Google, you will likely catch the attention of many more users, so make sure your SEO strategies reflect the diverse standards out there.