It pays to always be cautious when taking SEO advice. Some of the replies on an SEO Forum post I responded to recently dolled out highly questionable guidance. To show an example, I’ll paraphrase a poster’s question and post my reply and thoughts.
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Want to build readers and back links to your blog? Duh. Folks often scan or read Comments when they visit a Blog. If your blog comments touch them in some way they may click your back link to see more of what you have to say. It’s one of the best ways to pick Blogs you would like to follow and build readers to your own blog. Here’s another:
I just read a blog post on how to improve Google Results & Rankings.
I have to say that I could not have said this better than the blogger … so I’m sharing their link. It’s a great read.
The blog article includes:
And that’s just Part I. The writing is clear and consise – a virtual How-To Guide with lots of great examples and screen shots.
Hi, yarby here. Earlier this week I read an SEO blog that proclaimed “Content is King no more” and a few lines down “Content is the OLD King”. Don’t buy it!
I thought this would be a good place to begin our SEO Saturday series. Even today, could anything be more core to SEO than content?
The article went on to focus on their #1 priority for SEO – the importance of backlinks. And while they are indeed important to search engines, they will NOT replace good solid content. Search Engines deliver information people are searching for online. Always have; always will!
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