Saturday, June 14, 2008

Don't be afraid to reuse old content, but

you have to spice it up, and change it or duplicate content issues will get to you. Here is an SEO blog we just republished to make the point: Spice up your content, if you are going to reuse it. Just like our food tastes better when we spice it up, so does our old content. If you like the content below about SEO for bloggers, don't hesitate to check out our marketing book "Marketing is a contact sport" from Amazon.com. Here is a SEO blog from our blogging platform, enjoy:

Recycle old content for SEO value, spice it up

It’s not always easy to blog and write fresh content. But it’s important to keep writing and blogging for SEO effectiveness, therefore you should spice up the old content with creative insights. Or the other option is to just update the old content with fresher data or recent news or events, that can often make a blog obsolete. If you are looking for ways to Blog for your SEO effectiveness, read the following article. If you are looking for SEO Services, or want smart marketing insights, buy our marketing book. Good luck and be spicy!

SEO for Bloggers: The Summary (Part 6 of 6)

Blogging is uniquely suited for search engine optimization, because the search engines definitely favor websites that have lots of relevant, easily updated content. However, there are ways you can maximize your blog’s promotional abilities - SEO techniques you can use to “blogcast your brand”.

Here’s a rundown of my SEO for Bloggers series:

Part 1: Getting Started with SEO. Start here to learn exactly what SEO is and the basics of how to use it to promote your message, including choosing your keywords properly. If you only read one of these posts, read this one (but you really should bookmark them all!).

Part 2: Link Building and Link Popularity. This post covers a key component of any blogger’s SEO strategy: getting tons of incoming links. Search engines love websites that lots of people are linking too - after all, popular blogs are popular for a reason, and that reason is simple: people like ‘em.

Part 3: Link Baiting for Fun and Profit. Link baiting is the art of getting other bloggers and webmasters to link to your site by creating interesting posts that benefit your readers in some way, shape, or form. After all, people link to content they find compelling.

Part 4: Building Your Cornerstone. Strong flagship posts are the pillars of blog - they are your most compelling content, they bring in the links, and they naturally have an ultra high keyword density.

Part 5: Off-Site SEO and the Social Media. This post describes how to use the social media networks and the user-driven aspects of Web 2.0 to enhance and promote your blog. There are a whole lot of amazing tools and communities out there, so use them to your advantage.

There’s one more point to remember about SEO, and that point is that the results generally don’t happen over night. Yes, content can go viral, but building a popular blog with lots of readers takes time - you have to develop your keyword-dense cornerstone content, to build link popularity and generate incoming traffic, and to make a name for yourself in your niche.

All of these articles are in our SEO for Bloggers category!

Don’t forget these free blogs are supported by our clients at MyTypes and the SEO Services clients for Keith and Bennett. Our original co-founder Vipin Singh no longer works with our projects. He is off working full time at a high-tech company. Our clients include PeopleFinders for Background Check, VRBO for RentExpert.com, Web Design St. Louis, and Air purifiers by Steril Air Purifier. We also promote the marketing book our company published that has the simple SEO and blogging strategies for the average person. It’s for sale on Amazon and we would love for you to buy it. We are also launching a Vacation Top Spots blog as we are focused on the Vacations business not only through the VRBO services of RentExpert, but love to write about travel related topics.

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