Search engine optimization is very obviously becoming more oriented to the post-Panda lessons that have been learnt worldwide. Quality internet marketing was never more important than it is now. Whether you think of your social media relations, PPC, or link building, the Panda updates are a beacon of warning against using scraped or copied content. Grammatically perfect, well-written, and original content wins easily if your website DESERVES to be ranked high on the results pages – meaning that it follows only white hat SEO practices.
Companies worldwide tend to pick up highly skilled writers who are able to build keyword-rich original content. Such unique content helps acquire some great long-tail keywords since the content is built with great care. Original content is to SEO what water is to a fish. The original keywords, the long-tail ones, and the entire context within which these are incorporated go a long, long way towards helping your site attract huge volumes of traffic. It is tremendously hard work because it takes a lot of writing: the authority websites typically boast over a hundred posts or pages of original content. As you are aware, Google’s bots are able to crawl only the textual part of your content. Over time, as your website crosses the thousand-page threshold, it lends itself to naturally built links and improved rankings, the works.
A newly registered domain may take anything around 20 months to reach a reasonably high position on the first pages, provided your Google search engine optimization is top grade. Google search engine optimization is evolving – fast and mighty. The effects are likely to be felt through 2012 and beyond. But 2012 should clear up Google’s stance on original content and search engine optimization a lot more.
A quality blog helps you connect with your audience as well as search engine optimization. Unique content that your target audience will find useful helps maintain an ongoing dialogue, which in turn helps you understand them better. There’s always plenty to write about in your blog, and it pays rich SEO dividends as well.
The year 2012 seems to be well positioned to deliver on quality SEO, the issue of generating quality SERPs, and a lot of corrective action by Google. This is a company genuinely concerned about delivering top quality to its consumers. Maybe, the rest of us could take a page out of its book.