SEO Tips

This is a guest post by Cory Collins from PageOnePower.com

Anyone who’s spent anytime blogging can readily relate to tales of bad SEO. Blog comments that hardly seem to be English, guest post request spam, and a constant stream of content solely designed to build backlinks.

And it’s unfortunate. Because I believe link building, done properly, is more about personal human interaction than anything to do with a search engine—crazy, right? Let me explain.

First you need to understand the reason most people start a blog, is because they’re passionate about something. They want to share their passion with the world. But, maintaining a blog is a lot of work. Often for little or no money.

So, some blogs start looking for content contribution from outside sources, such as guest posts. Or maybe they are just looking to build more of a community. Either way, they want their blog to stay passionate, on point, and high quality. Generically written, bland, vanilla posts written only for a backlink is the last thing they want.

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This is a guest post by Antonio Coleman from TrafficColeman.com

Some people just don’t get it after all the time being online; reading major blogs that are talking about seo and not really understanding what you’re reading.

You are out there looking for those answers to major questions..like does seo work and can it work for a person like me?

The people who ask questions like this have an augment but most of them are asking just to find a reason not to use seo. Some people feel that seo is not achievable because its something everyone is not doing so it must not be worth your time. Many people are the monkey see monkey do type of people who do as others do. They don’t think for themselves at all when it comes to marketing.

Many of them look for answers from people who are getting traffic from doing things other than seo. Like social media or some form of PPC, which is good but I think getting free traffic is better.

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This is a guest post by Kyle Kam from Affilorama.com

Although it may take Google+ some time to go par with the likes of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks, it can be safely said that Google’s own version of socialization is slowly establishing itself to eventually go up the ranks. Considering that its name is backed by the world’s most popular search engine, Google+ now dons a cape of great potential to be as successful as its competitors and if not, even go past them.

Google+ is still an underdog when it comes to public interest and popularity but creating a niche with them as a part of your content marketing strategy is one way to kick off your business along with creating a page in other sites as well; it’s a fresh and novel take that anyone can use to promote, to advertise and to establish anything or anyone.

Embracing the rest of the world and telling them that you and your business are ready and capable enough can start with Google+.

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This is a guest post by Divya Rawat from Inetzeal.com.

The second quarter of 2012 is already well on its way. With Google topping all SEO news charts, one can safely predict that there are going to be dynamic changes in the industry.

Experts are predicting a major shift of focus from just Link Building to brand link building strategies. Viral Content and Social Media are also on the search engines’ radar.

Change is a harbinger of a new world order; this is true for all SEO campaigns. The perception that SEO is all about link building will not stand in good stead, just as it did not previously. All webmasters will have to pull up their socks as the latest updates by the leading search engine Google in its algorithms are going to affect the rankings, drastically.

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This is a guest post by Tom Mcloughlin who offers link building services with The WebMarketing Group.

Links are the fuel of SEO success so if you want to get good traffic from search engines to your blog then you need to get great links.

We all know about the fantastic value offered by guest posting, but what other ‘white hat’ ways can you get more links pointing to your blog?

The 3 ideas below will set you up for great results from your link building efforts and start the traffic flooding to your blog from search engines!

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