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There are so many variables when considering optimization and tools to market a website that it can be tough to keep up with at times. This article helped refresh my memory on a few tactics that have not escaped my mind but are not utilized on all the website being optimized. I found the recommendation about content to be very significant during this read. I have seen as we all have seen thousands of websites full of content because someone is trying to place more content on the page because they completely believe content is king and it will bring the crawlers to the website.

Yes, new content is good and can bring the crawlers to your website as scheduled by the site map, but does not mean it will help if the crawlers do not scan it, hence the term (Fresh Relevant Content). This is what makes CMS search engine friendly, because it updates your site and ping’s the engine with a request to come back to your website to be indexed again. Relevant content of course is the prime factor when creating content for the website. The use of 80 words as stated of unique content is interesting and I believe is enough as long as it is relevant and gets your readers attention.

If your placing two keywords inside of the 80 words of content, then what sort of prominence and how many times? From past experience  it seems the search engines indexing this content prefer a limited amount of content and the need to go beyond this amount of content would make what is being said about “80 words” of content being sufficient, very true.

The term “Content Is King” pigs in space 🙂 Ha, Ha,  is valid but when is to much content to much… I have seen website’s rank extremely well in the SERP’s with little to almost no content on the page. This is an indication of how important Off-Page SEO factors are in the formula. The need for content usually seems to come from individuals wanting to establish internal link’s to various pages on the site or outbound links as well or they have been mislead by something they read about optimization. This  type of linking has value and remains as another important factor with On-Page SEO.

The need to produce anchor text has caused individuals to create content on top of content to the point of having a page that extends for miles. This bring’s us back to 80 words is enough content if relevant to what the site is about. This is exactly why I agree with the statement of 80 words being enough. Proof in the pudding – tried, tested, researched, proven and experimented with this suggestion and the amount of content needed. Have found it to be very accurate and true.

Having good structure is where the line’s blend. Anchor text is On-Page SEO and so is structure. You can not have structure without content, Right, Right… So when someone say’s content is KING, they would be correct. Keeping in mind that to much content is overkill. So the use of 80 words allows for content and structure. Also keeping in mind that we want to allow the visitors to navigate easily throughout the site but not over whelming them with content that they probably will not take the time to read. This is the reason for a good call to action along with headlines are significant and extremely important.

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About Ty Whalin

I am a web designer, SEO specialist, programmer and internet marketer entrepreneur. I attended Central Florida Community College where I majored in Computer Information Administration and Rasmussen College studying Computer Information Technology. I am the Founder and CEO of Link Worx Seo, played drums for almost 30 years, father of one daughter and enjoy everything life has to offer.

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  1. May 8, 2012 at 12:31 pm

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