Top 3 Most Important Things for Blog SEO, Content, Content, Content

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Just like location, you just can’t beat good content. The Google Meisters will tell you that if you have good content, that others will link to you. Well, maybe. But there is no doubt about it, if you have good content and it is interesting and helpful to the reader, then Google will shower you with blessings and you just might wiggle upward in the search results.

So if you have one or two blogs about something that really interests you, and that you have quite a bit of good knowledge to share, then the writing should come easy to you. You either have it or you don’t. If you can sit down and whip out an article real fast, say in five or ten minutes, and then give yourself a couple of minutes to go back and proof and correct your typos, then you are a really good writer. Congratulations.

TIP! To be successful at article marketing you have to make writing a priority. One technique that works well is to set aside a block of time daily just for writing.

Now what if you are a niche marketer that publishes dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of websites humping products and services of all kinds, sort of like someone I know real well. Then the writing becomes a little difficult at times.

So I am going to unleash three of my secret weapons for great content, of which you will thank me for profusely. There is just no way that I can write dozens of articles a day, well not with all the other things I have to do. So I am going to give you a recommendation from the bottom of my heart.

TIP! Short and simple is best when it comes to article marketing. The world of writing for the web is a different beast than writing for a magazine or newspaper.

I employ many writers with varying degrees of proficiency and cost. The very best one that I use and who has been writing for me going on three years now is Douglas at American Article Writer dot com.

Douglas is a retired American chemist that lives in the Philippine Islands permanently and with the cost of living as low as it is there the price that he is able to offer will amaze you. In a way I hate to share this secret weapon, but he deserves some good publicity and I know you will be delighted with his work. He can write on virtually any subject.

TIP! Always make your content unique. Don’t base your writing off articles written by others or copy articles and only change a few words.

The second resource that I use for great content is my friend Rosie who offers awesome Private Label Rights (PLR) content articles that you can rewrite slightly and use for your niche marketing websites or for parallel blogs that provide backlinks.

This type of content has been used by others previously and even though Google does not ‘punish’ you for using duplicate content, they also do not bother to give you any ranking points if the article has been published before. So it is really easy to just reword some of the synonyms, change some sentences around, keep the same meaning and insert your keywords of choice to use as filler articles on your many blogs.

So as a get acquainted special Rosie will give you an absolutely free 12 pack of PLR articles on the Weight Loss niche.  Even if you do not have a weight loss blog you should download the free weight loss article pack and see the types of articles that she can provide for you.

Thirdly for great content articles we recommend that you hire a full time virtual assistant.  Check out the site at VirtualAssistant-Jobs.com and see the types of writers and content providers that you can find in the Philippines.

So no whining from now on about Blog SEO.  You have no excuses for not having great content, content, content.

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11 Responses to “Top 3 Most Important Things for Blog SEO, Content, Content, Content”

  • selling textbooks:

    Content has remained key for awhile now. If you don’t provide good material why would anyone want to come to your blog or link to it.

  • admin:

    Exactly. You ,ust engage the reader and supply information that they can use or comment on.

  • Douglas:

    Rich, It has always been a pleasure working with you. It is hard to find professionals to work with online, but I have found one in you. Many of the website owners I have conversed with and done work for are attempting to live the internet life style, but are doing it as a hobby. Your enthusiasm and determination has lifted you above the rest made you an experienced webmaster that is here to stay. It has always been an honor to work with a man of your stature. If you ever need anything, just ask. Douglas

  • admin:

    Aw shucks… Actually Douglas, I feel the same way, that’s why I wrote this surprise post. All the best.

  • selling textbooks:

    Its good to see that people are still being real on the internet. So many times you find these fake blogs out there that offer little to no information and every now and then you find a diamond in the rough.

  • Gabriel Mendoza:

    Yeah outsourcing can help a ton, but I will say that you should be prepared to kiss a few frogs before you find that special writer who will change your life :o). Depending on what your requirements are you should be prepared to pay for the quality you desire. There are some sources and places where you might get lucky and find someone to write cheaply for you but this isn’t always the case. Also outsourcing is a SKILL that you can benefit from. Learning how to delegate tasks to others (paid or not) almost runs parallel to a form of management. If you can learn to leverage other resources to free up time then you are one step ahead of everyone else.

  • admin:

    Well said Gabriel. This is an outstanding comment, to the point and adds good information. I wish all commentators would follow this method. I do quite a lot of outsourcing for my niche blogs and have various levels of quality and pricing. If it is just a filler I do not pay much, say 1 – 2 dollars, but anyone would know they were not written by an American writer. Those posts I usually manipulate and put in some link bait. But for my important articles I pay from 5 to 10 bucks and they are great articles. You get what you pay for. Thanks. Rich

  • Andrew:

    I think PLR is very good in tearms of getting fresh traffic. And of course own articles. Personally I never outsource that stuff, it’s important for me to deliver high quality information on my topic. Puting in some link bait helps a lot. It’s all about quality content.

  • Matt:

    I agree that getting traffic is all about having good unique content on your pages. So if you want to make a lot of money then you have to have heaps and heaps of content up. So you need to outsource. But in the end I think it’s the best policy to just do it all yourself. I know it takes a lot longer but I think that’s the best way of knowing that everything you’re doing is unique, and up to your standards.

  • admin:

    Brilliant comment Matt. You are right on the money with this one. No one else can do it as well as yourself. We do outsource a lot of things, but the important ones, Thank you, I would rather do it myself! Rich Thanks for commenting.

  • Lava Infotech:

    Thank you for the post.I really enjoyed reading the post.there is a lot of information.

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