With sites being penalized by Google for not meeting their definition of quality content, you might be wondering…
What IS Google’s definition of high quality content?
Google has clear guidelines. They’re plain as day on Google’s Webmaster Tools. You should definitely read them.
But here’s the problem. Many site owners say they meet Google’s guidelines, yet they still fell in ranking.
If you’re puzzled by your ranking, a good litmus test might be to examine your strategy.
Are you giving more attention to the search engines than to your visitors?
Am I saying you should simply ignore the search engines? Not at all. Always use good Search engine optimization strategies and use them consistently, but don’t put the search engines ahead of your readers.
Since everything online starts with quality content, use the ideas below to develop your content, keywords and links for a better user experience which will in turn improve your rankings. [Read more...]