Tag: quality content

Interesting shit – Leveraging news for quality content

| 2nd September 2014 | 0 Comments

I spend a lot of time blogging for businesses, large and small. And I’ve talked before about why it’s a great idea to turn breaking news into relevant, interesting blog posts. Here are some actual examples to inspire you to create better-than-ever quality content and keep people coming back for more. How to make breaking news work for […]

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9 steps to natural link building with quality content

| 11th April 2013 | 0 Comments

Quality content is great for readers… … and there are also plenty of online marketing benefits. The idea behind quality content is to attracts links through sheer brilliance, delighting people to such an extent they’d bite their arm off to pass it on to everyone they know. Which sounds fair enough and makes common sense. […]

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Want better site visibility? Copy the best-in-breed…

| 22nd March 2013

… and keep your eye on the latest research. How do you make sure your site content is the best it can be? It helps to check out what your top competitors are up to. And there’s also a constant stream of fresh research to tap into. Getting site visibility inspiration from competitor sites Search […]

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Google Panda on duplicate, copied & stolen content

| 20th August 2012

I’ve already mentioned Google’s Panda algorithm update, which prioritises detailed, meaningful online quality content over the crappy stuff. And I’ve also talked about how important it is to create content that’s 100% unique. But what, exactly, is unique? It’s subtler than you might think. Google Panda digs deep ‘Unique’ includes obvious things like not duplicating, copying […]

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Google’s latest algorithm changes – Quality content

| 25th April 2012

“Our advice for webmasters is to focus on creating high quality sites that create a good user experience and employ white hat SEO methods instead of engaging in aggressive webspam tactics.” So says Google’s Matt Cutts in a blog post written yesterday afternoon, which sets out how ‘black hat webspam’ SEO practices are about to […]

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