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Content vs SEO ?

  1. #1 Sell home by owner
    October 30th, 2009 at 4:55 pm

    I think that content and SEO can’t be compared because they are different factors. These factors simply supplement each other, they are extremely effective when used together, to my mind.

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  2. #2 Helpful Guy
    October 30th, 2009 at 6:06 pm

    Hi there,

    Content vs SEO? Well, my SEO advice is to balance them both. They are both useful for having good results in page ranking.

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  3. #3 tom
    October 30th, 2009 at 6:31 pm

    I don’t think the two should be viewed as fundamentally different but as one of the same. The ultimate goal of a website is to provide clear, concise information to visitors and if this is done you should do well in the rankings

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  4. #4 Rich
    October 31st, 2009 at 11:06 am

    In my decade of web development and SEO, I find it humorous that some get upset if someone says something is crap…like SEO. I’ve never had anyone tell me that, if you are communicating with a real business owner that is serious about ranking their website. Then they are typically all ears and anxious to hear what you have to say.

    Good content is part of Good SEO that leads to rankings. What I find is that many so called SEO experts lack the final understanding of effective SEO & Content. That is simply the ability once you achieve traffic to your site to get those visitors to take some sort of action that will benefit the business owner of that website. Such as getting a Sale or even a direct Phone Call..which should be the number one goal. If not a sale, maybe a lead such as a name and email address requesting more info. And, finally the last thing is the ability to visually remind the visitor that they can bookmark or drop your url into their favorites folder.

    The video title did peak my interest but for me, I found the subject matter a bit overkill. Sounds like the author was getting frustrated with some of his enquiring visitors.

    My suggestion is to keep your vocabulary to the level of a 5th grader and they’ll appreciate your explanations much better. I have a super good buddy who is a Microsoft Certified Tech and is a bit of a savant in all things computer and even languages but he for a couple of years never got any business. At least not enough to pay his bills. He over a lunch was complaining to me and I asked if I could make a suggestion without offending him. He said shoot! I suggested that he quit using big words, speak to people so it was super easy to understand. He laughed at me told me that I was full of it but, said that he would try it on his next appointment that same afternoon. Well I’m sure you know where this little story is going. He called me around 6pm to thank me and that he got the sale. He said he was very uncomfortable and how difficult it was to speak on that level but he did it. He said the owner of the business appreciated that he explained everything so that he could understand it. Hmmmmm, go figure! My buddy is now quite successful and I’ve never had to pay for lunches again..haha

    If people say things like I don’t believe, or are quiet and don’t participate or seem to get a chip on their shoulder when talking with you, don’t get mad, just try explaining it a different and simpler way. You may just be surprised at the positive response you get.

    I learned a long time ago that I cannot please everyone all the time. Some understand and use my services, some don’t, that’s just business. But I quit fighting with the idots out there and I’ve become pretty consistant at finding those clients that I like to work with and don’t have to work so hard to close a sale any more.

    Thanks to SEO, I’ve been able to stop my cold calling campaign completely. 100% of my business comes from new clients finding me on the Internet organically and referrals from those that like what I’ve done for them.

    Good Luck to All!

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  5. #5 ADSL Viettel
    November 1st, 2009 at 11:10 pm

    i want my site in you “My Friend List” , how i can

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  6. #6 ADSL Viettel
    November 1st, 2009 at 11:13 pm

    và vì tiếng anh kém quá nên đành hỏi bác câu này bằng tiếng việt, bác có thể cho em hỏi bác dùng plugin gì để replace các từ khóa link như trang của bác bây giờ đc ko, hiện em đang dùng AF Linker nhưng thấy hơi run vì cơ chế của nó

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  7. #7 Mr Tran
    November 2nd, 2009 at 10:39 am

    Chào bạn, cái đó mình tự viết filter để lọc và replace.

    và vì tiếng anh kém quá nên đành hỏi bác câu này bằng tiếng việt, bác có thể cho em hỏi bác dùng plugin gì để replace các từ khóa link như trang của bác bây giờ đc ko, hiện em đang dùng AF Linker nhưng thấy hơi run vì cơ chế của nó

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  8. #8 Mr Tran
    November 2nd, 2009 at 10:41 am

    You can purchase it. Contact if you really want.

    i want my site in you “My Friend List” , how i can

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  9. #9 Affiliate
    November 18th, 2009 at 8:17 pm

    Hi Tony, thanks for the nice post.
    I really like original content placed on your blog. SEO is really very important.

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  10. #10 fathers day
    November 20th, 2009 at 5:45 pm

    Hi,
    True SEO-friendly content is rich in not only keywords and phrases, but offers an easy read for the average Internet user.

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  11. #11 vitamin d
    November 21st, 2009 at 6:13 pm

    Nice. I worry all the time about how much traffic I may be missing out on by not learning everything out there about SEO. I have always felt that if my content is compelling, I would earn “long-term” readers. I think I would rather have “regulars” than 300 daily “one-timers”. I feel better after reading this post, thanks!

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  12. #12 Jerrick
    January 4th, 2011 at 9:43 am

    is nothing but you can be found but no content, also is nothing. Good content with few SEO will grow fast than Large SEO with low content. SEO is important, but if no content, bounce out rate will high and it will even worst in the end.

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  13. #13 minime
    February 22nd, 2011 at 4:26 am

    I would for balancing them. You cannot have really good content if you only make SEO

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