---- Google doesn't like content anymore - am I wrong?
HuskyPup - 1:35 pm on Sep 8, 2011 (gmt 0)
Example: Go type in "venues" on Google.
Why is there a top 10 listing for a poetry website in Southern California that has a few venues for reading poetry listed?!
A few? 350+ venues is a few? It would seem to be fairly popular to me.
Venue insurance? I don't have a problem with that either, strangely enough I do have an annual venues insurance for outside events.
It's all about links. Internal links. External Inbound links. And some content.
I don't solicit nor have even ever asked for links, I have a new site with some 200+ pages built since Panda was launched and all the pages are ranking well, some are even #1 and I do have some strong competition for many of these products, the difference is that my pages are superior in every aspect of widget information, images and site architecture, any page can be accessed with a maximum of two clicks...Google likes that, the user likes that, and when I've got the site to 1,000+ pages any page will still be accessible with a maximum of two clicks.