Tag Archives: content

Thin Content Still a concern?

Did you know that the number of words on a page doesn’t have all that much correlation to its “thinness.” per Stephen Kenwright

Google measures good quality content with “time to long click.” Basically it measures how long a user spends with a website after leaving Google’s SERP. As most of us SEO professional do we want to know what user’s do.

Google Panda is not really a content penalty – rather a user engagement penalty.

For more detailed on Stephen Kenwright article read: “Should we still worry about think content?”

 

 

Nice Find: #gShift perfect match to create #Content & #Search Strategies

gShift Gives Content Marketers More Ways to Mine Twitter Keyword Data

love Jessica Lee‘s article

The social keyword research reports on Twitter keyword metrics such as:

  • Frequency of conversations for a keyword
  • Influencers of a keyword
  • Hashtags used in association with a keyword
  • Associated terms used with a keyword
  • Related content for a keyword

More detail read the article of “gShift gives Content Marketers More Ways to Mine Twitter Keyword Data

5 Marketing Messages to Remember

5 Marketing Messages to Remember

Content is King so when writing your content make sure to really understand your audience.

  • Think “Social Media”
  • Write for “Mobile Devices”
  • Become an Influencer

Kristel reminds us what to do:

  • Make sure that “Messaging is not lost in Translation”
  • Humanize Your Message
  • That a “Good Deed doesn’t Gone Bad”
  • Be Sensitive Enough for your Audience
  • Use Social Media Feature correctly

Great article by Kristel Cuenta. Read more in detail “5 Common Marketing Message Mistakes you want to avoid

 

What about #SEO these days?

What about #SEO these days?

Good article by George Nielsen and in addition I think that SEO plays a big roll web performance, web architecture and more.

SEO - 2014

George points out three major basics:

  1. Know Your Target Audience
  2. Content Outreach Capabilities
  3. Content Creation Capabilities

Sounds simple and hard to do especially in a large corporation. For more detail visit his article at What Are SEOs Even Good At Anymore?

Reference

  • btvsearch.com (image resource)

Three Pillars of SEO in 2014 – Content-Links-Social

Certainly many authors pointing to the same conclusion for SEO in 2014. This is also a great article by Jayson DeMers.

Jayson made it simple to identify Content, Links & Social as the most important ingredients to be successful SEO 2014. I believe that reputation, web architecture, performance & Web 5.0 are additional areas that are important to do well in 2014 & 2015.

For more on the article read the details of this article of the 3 Pillar of SEO in 2014.

3-SEO-Pillars by Jason DeMers

Conclusion

It’s no longer enough to only focus on only one or two of these pillars to craft a successful SEO strategy in 2014. Each of these three elements benefits the other, and without all three elements, your “structure” (ie, your SEO campaign) can’t stand.

Write Headlines Google Loves

SEO/SEM, Search & WPO Advice

How to Write Headlines Google Will Love & You and I Will Click, Read, and Share

Working as a SEO expert I get ask many times to provide the best browser titles or better “Headlines Google Loves.” Salma Jafri wrote a great article highlighting the importance. It is a quick and to the point article on writing headlines in 2014.

 

What is Duplicate Content?

SEO/SEM, Search & WPO Advice

What is Duplicate Content?

This article by Dave Davies does help reiterating the importance of canonicalization = sample: <link rel=”canonical” href=”http://www.abcwidgets.com/copied-article.html”/>”

Read the full “What is Duplicate Content article

 

The 3Ps of Content Measurement: Page Rank, Traffic & Engagement

SEO/SEM Advice and WebPresence Optimization

The 3Ps of Content Measurement: Page Rank, Traffic & Engagement

Good article from Jim Yu on what has changed in terms of priority. Content is still king and content strategists are in high demand and so are search strategist. Read more on the article written by Jim Yu.