My rankings haven't budged from the top slots... that is fun to watch as well.
It's not about SEO anymore, it's about building a strong website with respected content that is well linked from all corners of the topical web. In my opinion, the SEO fads are peanuts compared to the long-term value of a well connected and well respected site.
Is there more to your website than the homepage?
|It's not about SEO anymore, it's about building a strong website with respected content that is well linked from all corners of the topical web. In my opinion, the SEO fads are peanuts compared to the long-term value of a well connected and well respected site. |
Great post...this is what it is all about..(and actually has always been for successful web businesses)...
I'm sorry, but what is a MFA site? Oh, and while I wouldn't exactly say this rollercoaster we are on is fun. I will say I love a challenge, so I've gone on adding new content and trying to make my site stronger. One thing I noticed was that I never really noticed my return visitor counts until I lost most of my Google traffic on the 27th. I really appreciate those that keep coming back, so I'm building for them. At least they appreciate me! :)
[edited by: FinanceGirls at 5:37 pm (utc) on July 8, 2006]
|The more Google changes it - the more specialist it becomes - which makes our jobs much safer! |
Or maybe not, if clients no longer believe that you can deliver consistent results.
No, the fun part is reviewing the statistics. Watching positions in Google is so "old school". ;)
|It's not about SEO anymore |
judging the majority of serps by what your own site/s achieve is the equilivant of wearing blinkers. You may well win the race but you are not seeing all the horses.
|Watching positions in Google is so "old school". ;) |
Maybe what's needed to make it interesting is a stock-ticker type of display. You'd store a list of keywords in the program options, and a marquee across the top of your screen would show:
"...blue widgets 12...pink widgets 6...fuzzy green widgets 23...blue widgets 300..."
Think patent, efv, patent.
how can any piece of software display a list or ranks when it would need to check 5,768 dc's with around 50% showing different positions...
no..to make it interesting we need to get back to the old days when you hired a link monkey per keyword and the following month you watched your rise through the ranks...now that was fun!