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On-page words - more changing than static

     
11:41 am on Sep 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I have a website which has more word content changing than static.

I have noticed that G is ranking heavy text websites and in particularly the ones which have more static text on the page.

Is this the way forward or am I behind?

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Is this the way forward or am I behind?

It depends on when you came in. ;)

When I began on the web, most sites had static text, and I've always felt that a certain amount of onpage, relevant, static text provided some benefits for SEO.

When blogs became more common, static content perhaps became more rare, particularly for newer webmasters who were immersed in social media.

If you are now seeing that static text has advantages, are you moving ahead?... or are you simply moving back to the roots of onpage optimization?

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I have been monitoring the market and as stated found that links form changing sites is good but as stated my sites have more text changing than static. According to G's patents it does state that a static page would rank for it's history rather than a changing page. This might be the slgo they are running at the monet or it's abother sign of an update as new sites are poping up for all sorts of words.
So this does not happen I think going back is the way forward.