I'm currently going through the free lessons, working my way to the Blueprint. I just finished reading the interview with Charles Heflin regarding his ebook, The Master Plan. It does seem to me that as I'm learning this everyone has something to sell me along the way so I'm being very selective with what I buy and when I buy it. (Especially since I blew $600.00 with another outfit who promised me the sun, moon and the stars)
My question is how can a system that was written in 2007 still be effective in 2013, especially given all the changes that Google and others have gone through since then. Or, is it not effective in today's market?
mark schaaf wrote:As fast as things change in the internet there can really be no system that can have everything however as long as the principles are sound and you do everything correctly and not try to get over on anything meaning do everything white hat many systems will work fine and as the staff members here have said the blog will give you many of the up to date things. Often sites don't update some things because the page is ranking very well and people are worried about losing there ranking by adding stuff even if it is good stuff. Sometimes it just doesn't make sense what the search engines do, I had a site on page one position one for a few keywords and I added some really good stuff and I went back to position 2. I thought the new stuff was really good and that I would get back up to P 1 but after a couple months I didn't so I took out the new stuff and I went back to P 1, It didn't make sense to me because we are always told content is King and adding good content makes things better but sometimes it doesn't and we just don't know why.
It didn't make sense to me because we are always told content is King and adding good content makes things better but sometimes it doesn't and we just don't know why.
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