SEO Article Marketing
With recent Google updates, having quality unique content on your site is more important than even. If your site has very little quality information (and we’re not just talking about product descriptions or sales pages) or most of the articles are copies from article directories, then your chances of ranking well in the search engines is looking grim.
Along with other ranking algorithm changes in 2011, on November 3rd Google published a new blog post informing readers that new and fresh content is seen as highly valuable when ranking a website. Now, website owners who add unique fresh content to their blog or site reguarly will be rewarded with higher rankings in the search engines.
So how can you get ahead in the search engines?
We understand that writing for search engine optimisation can be confusing, or that often you’re too busy to do any writing for your business at all. We’re here to help. multimediART’s SEO article marketing packages include free keyword research with every order, and we’ll also syndicate your articles to premium article directories as part of the service, gaining you high quality link backs to your site.
Post the articles on your blog or website, use them for guest posts on other websites, in your newsletter or even break them up as Facebook or social media postings. They’re yours to do whatever you want with them.
Google said that “Today we’re making a significant improvement to our ranking algorithm that impacts roughly 35 percent of searches and better determines when to give you more up-to-date relevant results for these varying degrees of freshness.” Don’t be one of those that will no longer be seen – order your articles today and boost your site’s search engine rankings.
[pullthis id="qualitycontent" display="outside"]It will provide better rankings for high-quality sites – sites with original content and information such as research, in-depth reports, thoughtful analysis and so on - Matt Cutts, Google[/pullthis]
[pullthis id="35percent" display="outside"]This freshness content change will impact 35% of all searches[/pullthis]