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Adding content about companies whose Adsense displays - help with SEO?

     
3:29 am on Oct 5, 2010 (gmt 0)

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hi...just a lil curiosity...the ads that appear on your site..i.e the Ads by Google..It contains the list of sponsered ads which corresponds to the other sites that have paid google for their advertisement..i.e Adwords, right?..Now If we write the stuffs about those sites(that have paid google), and their products...will Google consider to moving up my site in the search engine...:))
4:30 am on Oct 5, 2010 (gmt 0)

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No, no, and no. We all wish it was this easy!
5:07 am on Oct 5, 2010 (gmt 0)

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But I'm giving it a go...and is there any change being made in the Google algo?...my blog is now at the first page...I'm thinking to make it to the top.
7:04 am on Oct 5, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Careful, you may move yourself below these sites by giving them links :-)
3:44 pm on Oct 5, 2010 (gmt 0)

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nooo...i'm not linking them on my post...i'm just advertising their product like the google does u see.
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Googlebot and AdSensebot are unrelated and don't share info, based on my conversation with an AdSense representative, so the ads won't cause your page to rank higher. Also, writing content that matches the ads won't help your ranking either.

But what it will do is attract a better audience. That is, if you write content designed to appeal to people interested in those ads, then obviously, you will have focused your audience to just those who are likely to click on them.

So overall, it's a good strategy.
11:39 am on Oct 6, 2010 (gmt 0)

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yeah steven...that's what i'm talkin abt..:)
1:28 pm on Oct 6, 2010 (gmt 0)

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This sounds like quite a creative experiment - please let us know the results, and how much maintenance it takes as the ads go through their normal churn.
10:53 am on Oct 7, 2010 (gmt 0)

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@tedster--haha..takes a lot of effort...and there's another problem too...see the visitors to my blog are from USA..and i'm from different country..so i can't figure out what ads are being shown to my visitors coz i'm from different part of the world..:)

Now that my blog appears on last position(i.e;10th) of the first page, what should i do to make it to the top..many say one-way back linking...but how to get quality one-way links? :).

Can this help me gettin one-way links?
--first i'll make reciprocal exchange with the other sites, then delete those sites later on. So, now their site have my blog's link on their page but i don't have their's...can this be counted as one-way link..:D..lol
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Not worth it in the long run - you just burn bridges with your potential allies. Long terms allies in your business sector are NOT worth sacrificing.