Whitey - 7:33 am on Sep 9, 2013 (gmt 0)
What I like about what @Zivush says, matches paradoxically with the difficulties of what many webmasters who have been hammered are experiencing.
No website. No Google. What can you do?
It follows, that you can do a lot, with next to nothing - and prepare your strategy to underpin your SEO. And all those valued webmasters who no longer visit these pages, who are afraid or feel beaten so low as not to participate any longer for a lack of good ideas, are missing out on good discussions. There is a seed of something valuable here.
Really the age of tricks and low quality to rank is mostly over. Folks have got to switch their thinking and step up a few gears.
The good news is Google needs good content. It needs an audience. Make Google dependent on you. Let's think more around Zivush's initiating thoughts - there's 1,000's of opportunities that can play a part in improving SEO. More thoughts ?