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#1 MrBeegood

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 02:28 PM

Hi, My name is Jonny Beegood and this will be my first post. I became engaged in webdev and seo activities about 6 months ago. SEO is a pretty simple concept as far as I can tell so far. Use the appropriate meta tags, a few keywords in your content, and backlinks. Google made this system so that page 1 results would consist of websites most talked about by the general public. Ideal, but, it seems that this concept has opened the door for "McMarketing" -The act of marketing articles and websites simply to sell a lame ebook or earn adsense revenue. More and more I find that when I search for a tool or website I find a list of articles linking to the tool or site instead of the site itself, even if I search for the name of the tool or site. I see how this can be profitable to some but with the flood of McArticles its difficult to rank a meaningful site. Most of our SEO auto tools are outdated and blacklisted. It seems like a dying trade due to over population. Am I wrong? Will Google change things again? One could do onsite SEO for their site or article and, with enough resources, buy a ton of backlinks and achieve a high ranking but that doesnt mean the site is worth anything, or that the article hasn't been spun 17 times. We are killing the internet.

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#2 Jill

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 03:00 PM

Google's working on it. That's what Panda and what some are calling their "over-optimization" penalty is all about.

See my article that came out today at TalentZoo:

Over-Optimization: It's Not Your Mother's SEO Anymore!

#3 MrBeegood

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 03:17 PM

That is great I am happy to learn this because it seemed to me that in order to promote an onlione business I either had to pay for Offsite SEO, or spend all my time writing articles and build an audience. I am not a writer. I would like to offer my users more than a Google ranking. Actual products and services.

#4 Michael Martinez

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 01:09 PM

Of course, you might be searching for Websites that have been penalized. SEO tools, especially, tend to get into trouble with search engines. If you're new to search engine optimization, here's a word of caution: don't become dependent upon SEO tools. They will weaken your competitive abilities.




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