Questions to be Answered by Experienced SEOs or an Expert!

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Hey everyone, I've got few questions that I'd like to get an answer to regarding SEO, please only respond if you know what your talking about it. None of the "what I think" is interesting me. Thank you!


Thank you in advance..
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  • Profile picture of the author Louise Green
    Since the algorithms are private, it's all guesswork.. "I think" or "I guess" is the only answer you'll get unless it comes from Google itself. And even then it might not be completely true.

    There's different bots that do different levels of crawling.. in short, yes, Google should move onto the second page eventually. How quickly depends on which bots are crawling your site and when.

    Backlinking is a good idea, but not too many too soon, and from decent pages. Ideally you want as many links pointing to your page, more than you're sending out from that page, each backlink counts as a vote, unless it comes from questionable sites, in which case it won't be counted as a vote and will likely be ignored.

    Now for a can of worms. Dofollow.

    Many claim Dofollow links are the only option for SEO, I disagree and here's why.

    In a test we slowly sent 20,000 Nofollow backlinks to one of our test websites.. it shot to, and held top first page position.. where it currently is today. We conducted the test in 2008, the keyphrase has a monthly search volume of 55,000 and is fighting against around 30 million pages.

    The site now has close to 70,000 Nofollow backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author John S. Rhodes
      Easy system...

      1. Write article
      2. Submit to EzineArticles

      ...wait.

      That will get your site visited by Google
      with 7-10 days. It can happen faster.

      The real trick to article marketing, if that is
      what you choose, is slow and consistent
      publishing over time.

      I went off on this tangent because I'm
      not really sure why you're asking your
      questions... but I suspect you care about
      indexing and traffic.

      ~ John
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      • Profile picture of the author Messobage
        I heard somebody public an article, and it can be find in google after ten minutes.
        How to get it?

        Originally Posted by John S. Rhodes View Post

        Easy system...

        1. Write article
        2. Submit to EzineArticles

        ...wait.

        That will get your site visited by Google
        with 7-10 days. It can happen faster.

        The real trick to article marketing, if that is
        what you choose, is slow and consistent
        publishing over time.

        I went off on this tangent because I'm
        not really sure why you're asking your
        questions... but I suspect you care about
        indexing and traffic.

        ~ John
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  • Profile picture of the author smolodoy
    Thank you for answering.. One more question can I include articles on my site taking from article directories pointing back to them? How does google look at it as a duplicate content? I mean if I have a review site and don't got time to write a complete review for each offer, can I just take it from another article directory or review site without google lowering my ranking because of a duplicate content? Thank you!
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      Articles are not duplicate content - never were. It's a misconception that seems to be passed on by those looking for something to say. Can't think of any other explanation.

      I submit a new article to my - then to ezinearticles - after published there the article can be submitted to a few other articles directories if I want (this is the same article)

      The only time I do rewriting is using Unique Article Wizard - there's a reason for that.

      kay
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Crim
    If you take sometime researching through the forum and search specifically on duplicate content you will find quite a bit of useful information on using articles including specific answers for your last question.

    From my personal experience duplicate content isn't that much of an issue. Others as you will find report differently while many more have similar experiences I have had.

    Just make sure you check the terms of the article directory you take articles from as to what and how you can use. Also don't change or remove the resource box that links to the authors site and give info about them. Worst case is to take the articles and place them on your site as if you yourself are the author, that wouldn't be good at all.

    One thing I have found that you may find interesting is that if you link yor sites together using articles that are similar topics, related in some way so you link to a article on one of your sites that is on baby dresses from another site on the topic of baby toys or even toys related to girls toys. If you link directly from article to article instead of article to front page for example, it is better to deep link than like most people just link to front page of site.

    - T
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