SEO vs. Content creationWritten by Ron Pastore
There are so many trends and opinions you can find on net and most of them are valid, or were valid at one time. Through search engines trends and general internet trends, only thing that conitually brings traffic to my site is quality content and presence. When it's just a one person operation, and your balencing your time between SEO and writing new content, i usually write new content. I run a website called http://www.vacorama.com I launched in febuary this year (04), and since then i have aquired many number #1 positions for many different keywords. And as popularity of certain pages fluxuates up and down, majority of my traffic always comes from unique keyword combinations. Like my page on central vacuum installation, which describes how to install a central vacuum http://www.vacorama.com/central_vacuum_installation_center/index.html[/url] Though google seems to be changing it's opinion of long winded pages back and forth, i still get a
SEO Boging for PagerankWritten by James Anderson
Weblogs have been around for a long time now but in recent times more and more webmasters have been using them to influence their PR in an attempt to acheive better rankings.
Blogs are given a large amount of weight by search engines so it was only a matter of time before webmasters would add blogs to their ever growing arsnal of tools.
There are two methods I have seen being used in order to acheive this, one ethicle and one not so ethicle.
The black-hat way is similar to old link farms we saw spring up some years ago. Someone creates a large network blogs that are all linked together and contain huge amounts links pointing to their main site. This does not add any benifit to web and just clogs it up with muliple spam blogs. Any webmaster found using this technique by search engines are running risk of being penalised.