CaptainSalad2 - 7:29 pm on Jun 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
I CANT see it staying like this? I write 300 word pages minimum for all my clients but these have all been pushed back in favour of THIN content. To test I have thrown up some test pages with THIN content and they are scoring 80% higher than the in depth pages.
Right now, today it seems keeping the text to a couple of lines per page, per keyphrase works, improved keyword density vs filler raito maybe? Thin pages with the keyphrase look more targeted/on subject to the algo?
Currently doing "keyword clouds" is working VERY well for allot of sites, SEO looks to have been pushed back to "on page spamming" rather than off page linking IMO, nothing else needed just a keyword cloud in the footer. This just what im seeing from clients competitors across the board!
Im tempted to stick a keyword cloud at the bottom of the pages like SEO 7-8 years back but surely this sort of thing is EASY to pick up as unnatural?