If you’ve been through the blogging course of one of the MAJOR Internet marketing gurus, I’m here to tell you some of his information is wrong! I’m thinking about a great guy, someone very well known and who knows a lot more than I do cumulatively, but let’s face it… He is presently in my territory.He has told readers to write an article for their blogs and place the same article online in the directories of the article. But this is the thing, here… That is probably not going to get you to where you want to go. You place redundant content on the Web and you know who likes it worse than AdSense websites? Right, Google knows how to optimize for Google first and any good SEO knows. The other search engines are typically only going to be fine with the steps you take. Google is the Harvard School of Business with ratings. It’s really hard to get in but the benefits are pretty rewarding.Checkout for SEO reviews for more info.
Why To Google Kiss Up?
We have two basic reasons to optimize to fit in with Google. First, Google brings the greatest amount of traffic. The search engine is only getting the majority of search traffic, and the second reason is because Google traffic tends to be better converted. So, that means more money for you, if you can get your site to rank high on the results pages of Google’s search engine (SERPs), too.But Google isn’t really fond of duplicating content. Why? For what? Because it wants unique material in its search results to give its search audience and have the best possible variety of choice. They may now and again show listings for two different URLs with the same information, and we’ve all seen this, but even if this duplicate content succeeds in popping into the search results, it won’t stay there for very long.Many people say you are going to be penalized by Google for duplicating material and that is valid. However, it is only valid if you use duplicate content on the same website in more than one location. Okay, for starters, you have a website where you used an article in the segment on papers and the same article in the blog on the website. One day, you may be number 2 in the rankings, but as soon as the spider sees the duplicated material, your site will go down in the SERPs like a brick. You may wake up at position number 633 to find your site and that will hurt. Much. Never, if you want to please google gods, ever use duplicate content on the same website.Yet, if they find the same content on different websites, Google won’t punish you. Putting an article on your blog, for example, and the same article in directories of articles online, is OK. You’re not really breaking any of the Google laws. But the content will only be credited to one site, and even if you’re the author, it might not be you.
What is it you should be doing?
When posting an article on your blog, wait until the spiders in Google come to see it before doing anything else. You can find out when the spider has visited by either checking your account in Google Webmaster tools or simply searching for your site on Google, and clicking on the word “cached” under the description of your site. You’ll see the date the spiders last visited on top of next page.