Disclaimer: The below post illustrates a personal experience. The views and opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect those of SEO.com or the work performed with their clients. For the most part, link building is pretty straight forward and simple. You can publish your articles, request some directory listings, bookmark links, guest blog [...]
Today, there are really two purposes of website content: *To communicate with search engines *To communicate with website visitors The problem is, search engines and site visitors speak different languages. And that right there is the paradox. If you write it solely for the search engines, you may get better rankings but visitors will bounce [...]
Thanks to a couple of comments from Princess Zelda and Dan Schulz on my previous post about Transformers of SEO, I have had some inspiration to write a follow up to it. This follow up will compare some of the current blackhat SEO strategies to the Decepticons.
Because keywords are such an important part of the substance of your website content, they require extra special attention. You could even say that keyword usage is a “rite of passage” skill that takes time to acquire. For example, if your site sells church chairs, or knives, you might think that the word “knives” would [...]