The Blogger was Killed by SEO

The Blogger was Killed by SEO Avatar Posted by Copysugar under Online Marketing
From http://www.funjobsforseniors.com 763 days ago
Made Hot by: seobromino on July 26, 2013 2:17 pm
The articles about the SEO and the articles about quality content are ranked in the thousands when looking at what people are writing about. Some of the leaders like Lisa Irby @ 2 Create A website, Ana Hoffman @TGC, Ms Ileane @ BBT and Ti Roberts @ SEO Rebel all agree that quality content is more important or equally important as stressing over keyword analysis



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Written by tiroberts
12 days ago

It could be. I think people are becoming more aware of its potentials and finding more uses for it. We'll see...



Written by tiroberts
33 days ago

It could be. I think people are becoming more aware of its potentials and finding more uses for it. We'll see...



Written by tiroberts
41 days ago

It could be. I think people are becoming more aware of its potentials and finding more uses for it. We'll see...



Written by tiroberts
166 days ago

It could be. I think people are becoming more aware of its potentials and finding more uses for it. We'll see...



Written by tiroberts
166 days ago

Useful tips to help small businesses remain relevant. Thanks!



Written by tiroberts
208 days ago

Great summary, thanks for sharing with our community.



Written by bigmoneyweb
763 days ago

Interesting article Jennifer, I also agree that quality and engaging content is the best and if you do it well, there are chances that the post will naturally attract the search engines on its own. Thanks for sharing this with the bizsugar community.

Val



Written by tiroberts
764 days ago

Hi Jennifer,

Fantastic post! I’m totally honored to be mentioned with these great bloggers and to be viewed as a “great blogger” by you; I’m really touched.

I’m glad to see that you understand the extreme importance of producing world class content. It can be really though out there for new bloggers, but the way to truly stand out is to focus on creating insanely valuable content for you audience. And then focus even MORE on creating strong relationships with leaders in your niche. That’s how your initial exposure and recognition comes about and the rest just snowballs from there.

I don’t think this is my first time visiting your blog, Jennifer; however, I do believe that this is my first time leaving a comment. I’m loving what I’ve seen and read thus far. I’ll be sure to share this piece with my social circle. I’ll also comment and share it with the BizSugar community.

Keep the great content coming and I look forward to connecting with you more soon.

Ti



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