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Are you Claiming Your Web Content to Prevent Duplicated Articles?

If you are the originator of your content, be sure to claim it before someone else claims it.

Claim Web Content

First thought that comes to mind. Try making use of the rel=author attribute. For example: a WP blog allows for authorship as well as sites like BloggerSpot and ArticlesBase.com. From experience it would seem that when sites are joined or for a better term utilized as assets to help the later of the sites, duplicate content does not pose to be a problem when you have the capability to claim the content.

Because of the push for rel=authorship, making sure you are claiming your content no matter what site it is placed on is very important. Because of this, there has been discussion on how helpful articles directories are now a day’s.

Another thought on this as well revolves around the rel=me attribute. If you will look at the example provided by Google. Website’s allow for separate author page profiles that directly link to the article and the article directly links back to the author page profile. This cohesive linking allows for Google to determine you are the author of the content.

So, how Important are Article Directories?

Well this is the tricky part. After some testing and further research, article directories would appear to be more susceptible to duplicate web content issues than earlier day’s. Although from what I can gather from my research, I am at the thought of Google having a cut off point for how many times an article can be posted on other sites before it is considered duplicate web content.

I have placed the same content on the sources mentioned above in the first paragraph and not received any notifications about duplicate web content to this point. Nor have I seen a decrease in the stats. It leads me to believe this is fine because of the rel=authorship has been established and is firmly in place to and from these article sites.

But on the other hand the fact of posting articles in directories is still a service provided by tons of SEO companies it raises the concern of whether these directories are harmful or not. Furthermore, I have posted articles in some of these directories and have seen no loss in the results from doing so. As well as noticing no harmful outcomes from posting to article directories. Secondly, I have never seen any alerts from Google or found these articles to be duplicate web content through CopyScape services.

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But one thing to note: CopyScape is only matching a percentage of the words associated with your links beings scanned. So for example a previous article posted on Google+ shows as duplicated content on CopyScape when scanning the url. This is what is odd to me. The fact that the post is from a WP blog and is only a link posted on Google+ and not the content. This of course is the basic free rendering from CopyScape, but at this point I am not placing much faith into CopyScape.

Other than doing some checking with CopyScape, setting up Google Alerts is relatively simple and only takes a few minutes. This is just another one of those little tools in your arsenal that provides some more protection from those dubious web content scrappers and plagiarizer’s. Although I can not think of one right now, there are also places on the web you can find snippets of code that allow a web address to be attached to the content when someone copies it from the pages. There is also another script that allows for a popup message to show when someone tries to copy your content as well. This little script prevents the right clicking from the mouse on your page.

What Constitutes Duplicate Content or Spun Content?

Have played around with spun content from one unique article and four other articles that were generated from it, that were said to be unique. While the articles were spun from one unique article it would appear they are actually still unique for the most part. But I had to improve on the actual writing on each one that was created from the original. I believe this was one of the primary reasons they did not show as duplicated content. Did some extensive editing to each one of those articles. Here are some check points to help you…

If you Have any of the Below, you Were Most Likely hit by Panda…

SEO Bullet Points Keyword stuffing

SEO Bullet Points Poorly-written content

SEO Bullet Points Spun content

SEO Bullet Points Illegible content

SEO Bullet PointsDuplicate content

SEO Bullet Points Thin content

SEO Bullet Points Links pointing to you from sites that contain poor content

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You Should Properly Cite Articles or Content

Properly citing the article you are pulling the content from is necessary to avoid being penalized. Make use of the canonical method and anything you place on your pages that is not yours, place it inside of block quotes. The block quotes along with the link back to the original source page and canonical usage will prevent the duplicate content issue. Just in-case you did not understand canonical, it is placed in the top of the heading on web pages. Learn more about canonical here

Although if you are searching for a way to do it quickly you could use that automated software option, but you will regret it eventually. Truth is, there is no real way to do it fast and actually should not be done to fast otherwise it will not look natural. Another reason to stay away from the automated software bundles.
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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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Which way is Better – External Blog or Internal Blog?

March 7, 2013 2 comments
Do you blog internally or externally?

Blogging Platforms

Blogging and SEO Results

Currently I am testing out both of the theory’s myself. I have two websites that utilize the content on blogs externally and another site that does not use an external blog for content for the main websites. I use the content from these two external blogs by pulling the content from those blogs into the main sites from the feeds created by the external blogs. This can also be somewhat considered a form of content cu-ration  The third one in this theory does not use any of the content on the blog to the main site and actually does not even have a link to the external blog from the main site.

So at this point these businesses are producing blog results either way. This is great because I actually have live examples to show this data being monitored in Webmaster Tools and Google Analytic. Plus the great stats monitor in the Word Press Dashboards adds to the data that can be utilized as well.

Internal Blogging on Main Websites

More and more websites now a day’s are creating blogs which are directly incorporated right into the main websites. This does bring new content to the main sites, but also eliminates good inbound links coming from an external blog. Of course if you do not know by now, you are behind. Fresh web content is one of those wonderful factors the search engines appreciate. This new content created on the main site of an external blog tells the search engines you are wanting to be indexed again. Whether you WordPress blog pings the search engines or you produce this content on a main website blog; they know you created content and want it included in the results. Assuming it is of a rel=”follow”. Otherwise it will not be indexed.

This would be one of the other contributing factors surrounding internal blogging. You can have full-control over the links being created for one thing. For example the anchor text being used; which applies to external blog post as well, but also the fact of being able to internally link to other pages on the main website that can bring that link juice as long as it is of a rel=”follow”.

As you may know by know internal linking is one of the main contributing factors for on-page SEO that can help you rank your website pages. This internal linking can pass along the link juice from one page to the other. But not just that, it also creates a positive effect for hierarchical structure. Good page navigation is one of those other important on-page SEO factors that makes it easier for your visitors to find content and navigate around the website.

You can also use this internal linking to funnel your visitors to specific pages, such as for capturing a lead or showing off that new post you just wrote. There are lots of reasons to have full-control of what you can and can not do on your main website by creating a blog directly on it. Now let us cover the external blogging concept…

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External Blogging Separate From Main Websites

Okay, we have covered the topic of internal blogging on a main website; let us not cover some of the reasons for external blogging. Before I go any further, I would like to address the notorious spam that is running rampant on the Internet. From my point of view no one in the SEO industry likes spam unless you are one of those black hatters or a company trying to sell off that automated software that does it for you. My suggestion is to keep from spamming and that automated software. Trust me, this automated software and spamming does not help. As a matter of fact it does more damage than good to you business and brand. Stay away from it at all cost.

Next, external blogs can be a great resource for inbound traffic to a main website. For one thing you are creating a valuable resource as long as it is of quality to the visitors of the blog. Not only that, but you can still generate some quality links leading back to your main website with anchor text of choice; along with a rel=”follow” link as well.

At this point you are still getting the same effect as if it is an internal blog on a main website because you are still creating web content of quality, generating inbound links and still have control of the rel=”attribute” as well. But the downside is not being able to control the internal linking for the main website.

Now you can build links to the main site and pass along some of that link juice to you main website, but you lose that control of internal linking on the main website. Instead you are maintaining another website that will require the same effort as the main website requires. You will have to promote the external blog and the main website as well. Of course having the external blog is an effort to help build links and promote your main website, but your efforts have to be doubled since you are now maintaining to website platforms. As you will notice below the stats adequately show day’s of posting and day’s of not posting and what constant content can do for a blog.

Blog post monitoring from WordPress.

WordPress Blog Stats

As stated your internal architectural structure on your main website is an important factor for on-page SEO, hence the same applies to your external blog platform as well. In essence you are placing your efforts into two websites in an attempt to generate traffic to your main website. So you might ask the question of why create an external blog when you are just trying to drive visitors to you main website.

Reason being, more efforts increases more results is the theory behind it all. Some say having more than one website can over crowd the search engine results pages. I somewhat agree with this theory. Simple fact being, you are providing another source that produces results on the search engines. Although true, you are still trying to drive those visitors to your main website. But at the same time why can you just not exchange those blog post from the external blog to a blog post on an internal blog since you are trying to do the same thing. It really boils down to what factors you decide and what your blog is intended to do.

Plus, some do not always write web content on a blog which is appropriate for the current main website is one reason. Secondly, an external blog as mentioned provides another source to link from to the main website.  Another reason for having an external blog is that fact that some do not have the funds or resources to implement an internal blog on a main website or just not have placed this much thought into it all.

Although today, more and more main websites are being designed off the basic principle of having the blog created internally. This does eliminate having to maintain another external blog and in the eye’s of the search engines can help reduce spam. Main website by far have less spam problems than external blog platforms like WordPress. It is up to you and what direction you choose.

Make sure you promote your web content.

Blog Promoting

Promoting the Blogs

One factor that has not been covered yet; is the necessity to promote the blog post whether it is on an internal website blog or an external blog. This is one of those contributing factors that must be done no matter whether you utilize an internal or external blog. Your blog promotion is what is going to make your blog successful. Because without this blog promoting you may never get this great web content you write in front of those wonderful visitors you so much desire. This is one of those factors that really does not matter whether or not it is an external blog or internal blog.

“You must promote for success”.

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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The Google web Directory Smack Down – The Good the bad the Ugly

February 25, 2013 Leave a comment
Google cracks down on web directories.

Web Directory Submission

Why can Google just not index these web directories they believe to be not so worthy? Google can still let company’s submit to directories but do not have to index these directories. Sure Google can still then chose which ones are valid or not.  So what is now considered an honest legitimate directory for safe inclusion? Well, it should be safe to say that Manta, Merchant Circle and those big name quality sites are as safe now as they were before this change. But of course that is not etched in stone.

The Google Attack

Google is attacking the low quality sites that you can find free directory submission too. Or the directories that require a minimal listing fee. This new change in algorithm now shows more shift to quality vs. quantity as I personally have been saying for some time now. I also believe this is more push for Google’s authorship program in place as well.

This is also going to cause a reduction in the resources Google needs to maintain equipment, personnel and management to provide quality search results. Google may also be trying to force out some of these issues because of the all to well-known spam epidemic we all see every day on the web. Or another aspect of it may be to bring more reason to the table for companies to use Google AdWords. This would seem to be a scare tactic as well as a strategical move to force companies to do so.

The Power of Google

But one thing to keep in mind through all of these changes. Do not forget about the other search engines available. These other search engines still produce desirable results as well. Just because Google say’s that the directories are not longer good, does not mean that these other search engines do not. You can not let yourself get pigeon holed into just Google. But the down side to that thought is the greatness of Google.

For example you continue to use these directories that Google deems no longer valid. You may be okay with those other search engines but then you get the big “NO, NO” from Google. As a result you climb in other search engines but take the plunge on Google. Google has the ultimate control, which is why the option of using these directories actually goes away. Google is essentially controlling these other search engines because of that outcome of their authority.

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Loss of Anchor Text

Now with all that being said, what happens to anchor text from these changes. Clearly many company’s have used these directories for link building and the availability of generating percentages of anchor text in an effort to produce a desired result for the keywords of target. This now generates fewer options to target keywords through anchor text manipulation through these directories. Which in turn puts more emphasis on web content and authorship of your content. So producing quality content is ever so important because you then are attaching yourself to it and allowing for some kind of anchor text possibility through the use of your own web content being created.

Conclusion

It is in my opinion that Google may not be necessarily trying to undermine their competitors, but actually trying to create a better Internet. Sure it seems a bit shady, which it might be; but as we all know the Internet is full of spam. If company’s or individuals are forced to provide recognition to themselves for the work they are completing, why not make them attach something to it proving they are the producers of the work.

Although I can not agree that penalizing work that has already been done by company’s which has worked fine for years is the correct thing to do by Google at the same time. Google must create a way to not penalize these company’s for years of web directory submissions. It is just not fair for Google to yank the rug out from underneath these company’s. To much is at stake. Google should just stop indexing these web directories of insignificance.

By allowing company’s to still use these directories advertising can still continue through these directories without being indexed by Google. This still can provide a means of advertising without being penalized. Because you never know when someone is going to come to your business online and where they just might come from. Not all business is generated through someone doing a search on Google or some search engine.

“SEO changes, stay current”.

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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Duplicated Web Content – Google Authorship and Article Directories

December 29, 2012 1 comment
Duplicate Web Content

Duplicate Web Content

The Role of Google Authorship

If you are the author of the article, can Google tell the difference when using article submission services? The facts point to no at this point, but there are more and more sites starting to follow the same authorship standard and business site verification standards. With authorship being more common it is not as such an issue for the larger sites if you place the same article on them without changing it. For example: ArticlesBase.com which you may have already heard of, is a large article website that allows for article posting. Furthermore, this site allows for authorship credentials that proves you are the author of this content.

On the other hand smaller sites or sites that just do not provide quality would be cause for concern. This would be what I consider the most damaging when pertaining to duplication. This also brings to light that plenty of SEO businesses are still providing article directories for purposes of content syndication and link building. Would you consider this to be a form of duplication as well?

Granted you are taking one unique article and spinning it into more than one article of course, but this makes the article unique for each spin off supposedly. Is it really unique though? I say no, these articles are not unique and at the same time being duplicated throughout hundreds of article directories during the process. The reason I bring up this topic is because it still surrounds the notion of duplication and authorship.

With that in mind, does Google form a breaking point in the algorithm for article directories or should they be a thing of the past? I believe that if Google knows you are the author of the content then it does not consider it to be duplicated since Google knows it was produced by you – but in theory.

Article Testing and Measurement – Experiment #1

A while back during the inception of the Google Panda release in early 2011. I ran an experiment on five articles that were then submitted to approximately 500 different article directories. While each article was different they were derived from the same article, more less spin offs. During the process there were gains in the results from this experiment during the process of submission. This was also before Google authorship became a big player in the part of content duplication worries (A.K.A. – Panda).

Since this experiment, there was also consistent content being written and no article directory submissions for the normal web blog post. These web blog post produced a constant set of increasing stats on a monthly basis the entire time and had absolutely no directory submission services what so ever. The same web blog post written were also posted on several high quality sites such as tumbler, ArticlesBase, BloggerSpot and a few other high priority sites without worries of content duplication.

I also utilized CopyScape and set Google Alerts to notify me of any duplicate content issues a foot. CopyScape nor Google Alerts prompted errors surrounding duplicate content issues during that time period. The content is now appearing in the results with the authorship profile image showing from the Google+ profile in conjunction with the post.

This just truly backs up the fact of Google authorship playing a much larger roll revolving around duplicate content concerns. At this point it may appear that article directory submissions could be coming a thing of the past. Although whether article directory submission may prove to be a thing of the past or not is still yet to be seen. This is somewhat of a hunch.

Article Base Profile SERP and byline

Articles Base Profile Search Engine Result and Byline

Article Testing and Measurement – Experiment #2

My next experiment is possibly going to be the same as the first experiment or I may decide to use one web blog post from this blog and submit it to 500 directories. The goal will be to monitor the stats for gains and losses and find out if it out performs the other articles from the previous experiment and any of the post already on this web blog not having any article submissions done at all and the post relying only on Google+ authorship and quality article sites.

Secondly, another part of the goal from this experiment is to find out if Google will recognize this web blog as the originator of the content or will Google consider it to be duplicated content because it finds the same full article within these article directories. By doing this, the goal is to figure out if Google authorship prevents this from being duplicated content since authorship is now a factor for this web blog and shows me as the author now.

What do you think the outcome of this experiment will be? Do you think Google will know that the article is yours even though it is posted in article directories or will Google consider it duplicate content. 

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Conclusion

When article submissions are being done, does it include the entire article for each submission or does it just create a link to an article on a web blog? The purpose of this thought is to define the difference between link building which is just simple anchor text links pointing to a particular article or the fact of posting the full article on an article site. The difference of building a link or posting a duplicate article have defining differences. By now you should understand the difference between what is considered duplicate web content and simple link building tactics. The term is somewhat interchangeable, but are different in retrospect. Article submission is yet a form of link building because you are essentially placing links within the article and building links to articles.

But for the purposes of submitting links to articles for link building, this is not considered a duplicate content issue. The real concern here is if the article being posted on more than one site is a full article being posted on these article sites and having a negative impact from duplicated content. This once again leads us to the same point about Google authorship and how much weight and authority does Google place into authorship? Only time will tell.

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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Marketing Web Content and Blogging for the Web

April 23, 2012 13 comments

Phase One – Article Writing & Initial Blog Posting’s

Web Content & Article Submission

Web Content & Article Submission

Quality articles are the de’facto now a day’s. I started with five articles that were completely unique and of quality content for my readers. The purpose of my analysis was to find out the significance of article writing, article submission and the importance of writing quality content to gain stronger search engine results (SERP’s). After careful consideration of what to write  about, I decided to write on basic SEO services that touch on a variety of search engine optimization. Each article was crafted with the basic reader in mind. These article’s were not to technical, but at the same time explained simple SEO tactics, do’s and don’ts and some of the best practices.

After careful review of each article which took approximately one week to write these five articles, I began by posting the first article on two of my dominant blog’s. Although the content on each of these blog’s was the same, the point was to find out how it would be ranked in the search engine’s with regards to duplicate content as a main factor of concern and how effective this type of link building can produce during this entire process. I have of course made use of te rel=publisher attributes and utilized each blog as an asset to one another by using a link exchange tactic from one  blog to the other. This approach resembles a link wheel effect in some aspects since links pertaining to each blog were generated during this process as not to over do it  though. Of course the ideal was to keep it organic as possible without building to many inbound links to each blog to fast.

Phase Two – Article Submission

Before being able to measure the importance of  article writing and article submission services I measured the search engine results for some specific keyword terms and phrases. The keyword’s were selected and remained the same throughout the entire process of submitting to article directories. Some of these article directories allow outbound links to be established within each article, but the majority of these article directories only allow for a simple bio at the bottom of each article.

The next part of the  equation is the rel=follow or rel=nofollow attributes which are always of topic in the SEO world. Some believe that a rel=nofollow link is of no significance while others believe it really does not matter since a link is a link. Of course the search engine companies do not tell you how much weight is placed on the rel=follow or rel=nofollow links. I always take it with the approach that a link to your site is another chance someone can find you. Now, I would not place to much emphasis on generating links of rel=nofollow, but it can’t hurt your site if you do post those kind’s of links. As a matter of fact resent studies are speculating the search engine’s are measuring all types of links and even may be placing weight in the link no matter what the attribute may be.

After, the first hundred or so article directory submission‘s I began to notice a gain in my search engine results for my chosen keyword’s of choice. Of course the main goal was to generate higher search engine results for the keyword’s chosen, but at the same time I quickly realized it was not the article generating higher search engine results it was the links being built on the anchor text placed at the  bottom of each article. Okay sure this is a great way to generate more inbound links to the site, but is the content its self actually gaining the needed attention of the reader’s? After asking myself this simple question, I thought about how to measure the impact of the reader’s.

Sure, you can measure the gain’s in the search engine results and even check the metrics of your site with web analytic’s by increased visitor numbers, locations and source links of traffic, but is this really what quality article writing and article submission is about? Answer, not entirely. Although it is a great way to establish quality inbound links, there is another primary function of article writing and article submission service. What you may ask, well – “establishing yourself as an authoritative figure in your industry is one of the main reasons to write quality articles”.

By establishing yourself in your given industry you begin to gain the trust and respect you deserve by proving you know what your doing. Now this authoritative presence does not happen over night, but it will allow you to show off some of your knowledge and gain follower’s overtime. This also allows for interaction in discussion boards, forums, blog’s and social networks too. When you write a post you should immediately be thinking about where to post the great new article you just spent time writing. There is nothing wrong with wanting to show off your hard  work. Doing some simple posting and even making use of  some catchy titles, known as link baiting; are great ways to show case your work. Posting links on your social networks allow for customer interaction, while at the same time building inbound links to your new article post.

Phase Three – Blog and Article Conclusion

Tips for Writing Articles

Writing Tips

Now that you have begun to establish yourself in your given industry, gained more followers, provided quality content for your reader’s and the search engine’s, you should decide how much content you need each month and continue your quality content writing on a regular basis. It is difficult to say whether or not your article was read or not unless there is some kind of capability for your article to be commented on. Of course you always going to have those spammers who post a link on your blog or article just for the sake of posting a link. This my friend’s is one of the main reasons you should continue writing as well.

Eventually you will be able to tell who is actually following you because they are reading your content and continue to interact with you or whether they are just one time visitors posting one of those pesky spam links. Plus, you can decide who is who when they actually post something on the article that proves they read it. Usually the one or two line comments are from sources looking to gain a link and probably did not actually read your article’s. Now assuming your articles are being read and your gain faithful followers who are gaining informative information from your quality content you should start to notice a significant impact in traffic on a regular basis. As long as you continue to write quality content continuously though. Writing quality content is not a one time process and should be continued constantly in conjunction with other internet marketing and SEO tactics.

Here are some simple thing’s to consider when writing articles and blog’s for your industry.

SEO Bullet Points Who are  you writing for?

Web Article Points for Writing What are  you writing about?

Web Article Points for Writing Brain storm to gain ideals.

Web Article Points for Writing Measure your impact.

Web Article Points for Writing Establish yourself as a authoritative  figure.

Web Article Points for Writing Quality content is a necessity.

Web Article Points for Writing Sharing content promotes your business.

Web Article Points for Writing Interaction between readers shows you care.

Web Article Points for Writing Gain follower/readers whenever possible.

Web Article Points for Writing Provides inbound link building.

Web Article Points for Writing Make sure content is unique.

Web Article Points for Writing Provide accurate information.

Web Article Points for Writing Make sure it is informative.

Web Article Points for Writing Choose one or two keywords at best.

Web Article Points for WritingWrite at least twice a month.

Web Article Points for Writing Check for spelling errors.

Web Article Points for Writing Proof read your work.

Search Quality Control

Search Quality Control

Finally, after about a month and a half of submitting these unique articles to directories, there has been an impact in my overall search traffic and followers being gained. One part of the equation I failed to mention thus far, is that I did not do any other search engine optimization during this process except for simple guest blog posting on other sites and normal daily task of interacting on social networks. Although I almost forgot, there were at least two of the five unique articles on two different blogs posted during this process as mentioned in the first part of this article. Almost no other link building tactics or SEO was done during this entire process just to more accurately measure the effectiveness of article writing and article submission. At this point the overall outcome has been a success and recommend that you continue to submit to article directories with quality content and write blog’s at regular intervals. Secondly, one significant factor was the increase of traffic to my blog’s. I found the search engine’s will show stronger search engine results when your posting to a blog at a fairly normal rate.

To prove this a time span of approximately one month was placed on these blog’s before writing the next blog posting. I began to notice over time that the blog’s organic search engine results began to gradually decrease during this time of no activity. Once I decided I waited long enough to find out how fast the blog would organically decrease in the search engine results, I made my next post. Almost instantly after the posting these blog’s began to rank higher organically again. Now, try applying this same technique to your website. Some SEO Specialist refer to this as “Content is King“.

The search engine’s are triggered by this normal activity and will continue to keep your blog’s indexed with higher ranking’s as long as you continue to generate new content on a regular basis. Although I have not seen many of these article directories directly show up in the search engine results such as the blog’s do, these article directories still have a direct impact on your site’s search engine results. If you have opted to perform these kind’s of article submission services and have gained limited follower’s/reader’s you can rest assured that your still going to gain higher organic search engine results which can amount to more traffic and increased sales anyway.

Do not become discouraged if the amount of follower’s and reader’s is minimal, it will come in time. Patience is one thing you must maintain during the process. Eventually your hard work and effort will pay off. This portion of the process can be the most difficult for some people because establishing yourself as an authoritative figure in your given industry does not happen overnight. With all of these principles in mind and a little  patience people will begin to take notice of your efforts. If you believe you would like to start submitting your articles and have no ideal of where  to start, give Link Worx Seo a call and one of our SEO Consultants will be glad to discuss all options with you.

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“Always produce quality content to win.”

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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