Speaking at PubCon, Google’s Matt Cutts has announced that Google is working on algorithms that determine how easy relevant information is to find on your pages.
Articles tagged Website Content
Website content is one of the most important parts of your website. When visitors arrive on your site, they’re looking for your content. And if your content doesn’t satisfy their requirements, they’re unlikely to ever come back.
The following articles examine some of the reasons that website content is important, and how to improve it.
The users perception of your brand, product or service plays a significant role in the effectiveness of your online presence. In many cases, whether implicitly or explicitly, it is by the quality of your content that you are judged.
Article directories can provide a source of content for your website, and serve as a workable link-building strategy.
In general, you may use any of these articles on the condition that you insert links from the article, to various web pages other than your own.
In March 2008 the 28th most popular search term, according to the New York Times, was “drugs”. Considering the way many people approach keyword research, one might think this made March a good month to be a drug dealer. If only keyword research were as simple as that.
One of the most controversial search engine optimisation topics, keyword density refers to the percentage of your written content that is made up of the keywords you’re using to target your online market via the search engines.
The importance of content, good, quality content, on your website is second-to-none in terms of link-building and optimisation for organic searches.
In SEO circles it is commonly believed that content is king. This is largely true. Relevant content attracts search engines, and well-written content maintains healthy site traffic. But the Dark Side seeps into every aspect of SEO, seeking to unsettle the balance.