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Looks like we should be concerned about negative SEO, now that Google has left the door open for it. Infographic authored by TastyPlacement, an Austin SEO company, To view the original post, see the original Negative SEO Infographic.
If you’re interested in making your website successful, you’ve got to write great content in the right way. I’ve been writing SEO copy for the past decade and now’s the time to share what I’ve learned. It’s at Writing For SEO. There’s also a Twitter account to follow – @writingforseo And a Facebook page. I hope you find the information useful.
Following the e coli outbreak at Bridge Farm, Tom and Brenda are doing some SEO on the web site. Trouble is, their main strategy of ramping up visits to the site artificially will not help them at all! The moral of the story so far? Don’t waste your time; go to an expert 🙂
Like most people, I’ve never found much of a persuasive case for advertising on the Google Adwords Content Network – the conversion rates are normally pretty pitiful. However, this new feature may just change all that: Show your ad only when both keywords and placements match. You’ll get the benefits of keyword targeting while also limiting the places where your ad can appear. For instance, set your campaign to appear only on your favourite soccer fan site and only when the site content matches the keyword soccer shoes. You may see less traffic, but AdWords contextual matching will help to...