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How Can I Improve SERP Of My Keywords?
kr21sunil




msg:4657410
 12:43 pm on Mar 26, 2014 (gmt 0)

Hi All

Due to Google algorithms we can not do directory submission, article posting, press release, guest blogging. I want to know that how can we improve the SERP of over keywords? I am facing the big pressure from my clients regarding better SERP of keywords. I am trying to do better Onpage changes but....

So please suggest me the better way to improve SERP of keywords in google.

 

kellyman




msg:4657479
 4:51 pm on Mar 26, 2014 (gmt 0)

By adding quality content and information and hoping people link to you

Everything you have posted above is not a linked earned so in Google's eyes manipulative, i think the only slight rule to the above are the big directory's but your still treading a fine line

White_Dove




msg:4657533
 7:09 pm on Mar 26, 2014 (gmt 0)

Some of the "thou shalt nots," are subject to a bit of definition.

For example lets take the term press release.

If your definition of that is using a site which will allow anybody to post a press release, which may even be a wordpress blog site, then that is not going to get any actual attention from the press.

If you are actually doing press releases that are sent to news organizations, which pick it up and publish it. That is an entirely different ball game and is not looked down on.

The easy way to look at external link building is asking the simple question, can this or do I expect somebody to actually follow the link. If the answer to that question is no then it is not worth the time to build the link. Google is, to the best of their abilities, answering that same question, and they are getting better at it. The better they get at it the better the sites do that build links for traffic and not for SEO, (although a link for traffic is a good link for SEO).

Yes it takes time, effort, and some skills to promote a site via links. It requires better than average content and better than average responsiveness to situations which require content to be changed. It also results in better than average results.

I digress, two men were camping in a tent and a bear shows up outside. One of the men began putting his shoes on. The other said to him, "What are you doing? You can not out run a bear." He replied, "I don't need to I only need to run faster than you."

Moral of the story is the solution to the question. Do better than the competition.

kr21sunil




msg:4657730
 4:22 am on Mar 27, 2014 (gmt 0)

Can we do directory submission with good PA and DA for better ranking and links?

tangor




msg:4657774
 4:55 am on Mar 27, 2014 (gmt 0)

How old are these sites? Unless the content is exceptionally viral expect a year or more to pass before any real link results can be obtained. People have to find your site (your content should draw it with good content for what the visitor is searching).

Widget sites in any niche that has over 10 competitors and less than 20 will result up to half of them on page 2 at the very minimum. If that niche is several THOUSAND sites then content alone may not be enough to get to the front page, it might take brand authority, age, reputation, etc.

New sites these days have a very difficult time UNLESS they are absolutely UNIQUE. And that won't last long as the imitators and scrapers come after you.

Endless whack-a-mole!

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