In my last post I went into some detail about the SEO problem businesses slip into when using outsourced copywriters for much of their web content. I call them inorganic copywriters because they often have no idea what makes the business really valuable simply because they are not on the inside.
At the beginning of this blog series I mentioned that most businesses have a strategy or are diligently working on one to reduce their dependence on Google, both from pay-per-click and organic search traffic.
As we have sent mail earlier also for removing our link. But unfortunately this has not removed yet. I would be very grateful if you would please remove all links to this site at your earliest convenience, letting me know that you have done so.
It may be that a third party has maliciously or abusively added our details at some point in the past, and I apologies for inconveniencing you in this way.
Google’s Disavow Link Tool is all the buzz now and I’m glad G rolled it out.
Not long after the Google Penguin update (late April 2012) sent some SEOs into a tizzy of trying to remove unnatural links to their sites, Bing Webmaster Tools came out with a tool to disavow links. Google then said they would come out with something similar for Google Webmaster Tools, and now Google has rolled out their version of a disavow link tool.
I was working on an ecommerce development project when they approached me about helping with their SEO. I began researching SEO and discovered I had a passion for the subject. My first SEO client was an Ecommerce site, and it has been my favorite ever since.
In my last post I defined what it means to have useful web content for the business, especially from the perspective of Google’s algorithm. If you aren’t sure what I mean by useful content you might want to read: Useful Content Is Part of The Algo
In this post I want to take this concept further by outlining several excellent content development strategies endorsed by other online marketing pros.
Most businesses agree that link building is an ongoing part of promoting the website, but most don’t understand that link building must be a strategic part of overall marketing. Until businesses understand this, it’s almost guaranteed that many of the links they do get will not count toward higher search rank.
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