Google Evaluates Search Quality

by Steid 3 replies
Please check out my most recent blog post on Google's current search evaluation criteria and please coment on: Whether cuurent SEO products available wil be, or may be outdated or dysfuntional before their respective launch periods have expired????

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Some times I feel the time and money spent on SEO is like trying to put a wet noodle op a goat's **s

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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
    Originally Posted by Steid View Post

    Please check out my most recent blog post on Google's current search evaluation criteria and please coment on: Whether cuurent SEO products available wil be, or may be outdated or dysfuntional before their respective launch periods have expired????

    Read First: http://feeds.feedburner.com/HummersB...h-quality.html

    Some times I feel the time and money spent on SEO is like trying to put a wet noodle op a goat's **s

    Steid
    Arrg;;; All i get is:

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    • Profile picture of the author Steid
      Sorry about That. Here is the correct thread:

      Hummers Blog: Google Evaluates Search Quality
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      • Profile picture of the author ExRat
        Hi Steid,

        After reading the google blog post, it makes me think the same thing that I always think.

        It obviously depends on what your niche/business model is, but in the long run it makes a lot more sense (to me) to take the focus away from search engine optimization (and all that that phrase implies) and focus instead on user satisfaction.

        This 'same difference' can be demonstrated with an analogy - focus on producing content that is so useful, unique and sticky that other people link to you rather than focussing on gaining links through your own efforts.

        But remember the disclaimer - it depends on the niche/business model. There are some legitimate business models where it actually makes more sense to focus on SEO. For example, certain aspects of affiliate marketing where you are going for high volume and 'passing clicks.'

        But for any model where you can apply the time on tailoring the content to be amazing, then I would rather get appreciative links than have to get them myself and try and make them look as if they were appreciative links from others.

        It's never easier to swim against the tide, and google is the tide.
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