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Is linking back to my Ezine article a reciprocal link?

21st August, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Renato, Cheers for the heads up on the technique. I personally haven't tested it - but I'm going to have a play for sure. Looks interesting and with good potential at least until it gets exploited in big numbers and the roof caves in. Regarding the question on on way links: ditto Mark. Cheers! Jeremy.

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How to check if an article is well written

23rd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Hi kenlui, Three articles is a good start, but you're going to be needing a few more to crack the renewable energy niche in a significant way. To check if an article is well written, get yourself in a readers mind-set and critique it, or better yet, ask someone to critique it for you. Rule of thumb is that if its not supplying the reader with...

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Another Getting Indexed Question....

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

My personal view is that article spinning should be implemented as part of an "overall" strategy. You shouldn't get banned for using a quality spinner but I, personally, would never use it as a sole source of content supply. The less you use spun content the better, but as always its a balance between quantity, quality, attractiveness...

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Information About Redirects

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Unfortunately time can be a factor as well The more quality links you have coming in from independent sources (different ip blocks, servers, domain names, owners, countries... etc) the more "authoritative" google will see your site, and you should find that your listings appear faster. I would recommend building up your link numbers...

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Another Getting Indexed Question....

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

"I'm so sick of writing about flippin' hemorrhoids!" Forgive me, I had to laugh. Keep your head up! Be persistent! Google is always shifting its position toward quality.. always quality. Article spinning definitely has its place but consider this in the early stages of your campaign: You want to attract links. You want your content...

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Looking for Link Exchange Websites

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Here are a few rules I always weigh up when judging a potential link partner: Quality over quantity. Relevance and, but not over, pagerank. One way in-bound links over reciprocal links. Relevant anchor text in the link. Stay away from "bad neighborhoods" (sites that utilize unethical practices) Literally any website that ticks the...

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Domain Name Coventions

1st June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

To throw my two cents in. Just to jump back to basics for a second: .com = commercial, .net = network, .org = organisation Where does your site fall under? Probably commercial. Therefore a .com is the most appropriate, and in my opinion and experience, likely to serve you in the most beneficial way ;) Do you need your visitors to remember...

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Is linking back to my Ezine article a reciprocal link?

21st August, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Renato, Cheers for the heads up on the technique. I personally haven't tested it - but I'm going to have a play for sure. Looks interesting and with good potential at least until it gets exploited in big numbers and the roof caves in. Regarding the question on on way links: ditto Mark. Cheers! Jeremy.

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

How to check if an article is well written

23rd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Hi kenlui, Three articles is a good start, but you're going to be needing a few more to crack the renewable energy niche in a significant way. To check if an article is well written, get yourself in a readers mind-set and critique it, or better yet, ask someone to critique it for you. Rule of thumb is that if its not supplying the reader with...

Read Full Entry | 7 comments

Another Getting Indexed Question....

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

My personal view is that article spinning should be implemented as part of an "overall" strategy. You shouldn't get banned for using a quality spinner but I, personally, would never use it as a sole source of content supply. The less you use spun content the better, but as always its a balance between quantity, quality, attractiveness...

Read Full Entry | 14 comments

Information About Redirects

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Unfortunately time can be a factor as well The more quality links you have coming in from independent sources (different ip blocks, servers, domain names, owners, countries... etc) the more "authoritative" google will see your site, and you should find that your listings appear faster. I would recommend building up your link numbers...

Read Full Entry | 3 comments

Another Getting Indexed Question....

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

"I'm so sick of writing about flippin' hemorrhoids!" Forgive me, I had to laugh. Keep your head up! Be persistent! Google is always shifting its position toward quality.. always quality. Article spinning definitely has its place but consider this in the early stages of your campaign: You want to attract links. You want your content...

Read Full Entry | 14 comments

Looking for Link Exchange Websites

2nd June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

Here are a few rules I always weigh up when judging a potential link partner: Quality over quantity. Relevance and, but not over, pagerank. One way in-bound links over reciprocal links. Relevant anchor text in the link. Stay away from "bad neighborhoods" (sites that utilize unethical practices) Literally any website that ticks the...

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Domain Name Coventions

1st June, 2009 - Posted by Jeremy Gray

To throw my two cents in. Just to jump back to basics for a second: .com = commercial, .net = network, .org = organisation Where does your site fall under? Probably commercial. Therefore a .com is the most appropriate, and in my opinion and experience, likely to serve you in the most beneficial way ;) Do you need your visitors to remember...

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