There isn’t a single business owner who is not interested to know how to boost the traffic to their websites. The question about improving reputability and rank of a certain website is a lot more than series of yes and no answers. Before they can get to the information they require, business owners must firstly learn the basics about business and website promotion. Only after they learn terms such as keyword density, black and white hat techniques and Google spiders, they will be ready to start finding the answers to more complex questions such as the one about building a strong online presence, finding the most popular keywords and so on.
There really isn’t any reason to rehash the importance of quality content. The Panda story has been told over and over again. If you want to rank with Google you have to present content that has real value for the visitor and delivers on the promise of the title (keyword phrase).
But just how do you define quality content? We know what it isn’t. We know that fluff stuffed with keywords will get you nowhere. We know that 350 word spun article that was so popular with article marketers is no longer a viable way to rank. And we for sure know that poorly crafted content, content designed to be read by spiders not humans is a thing of the past.
But that brings us back to the question of “What is quality content?”
Roundup of 10 useful Social Media articles of Mid June 2010
Facebook introduced more social interactions with their new “Like” or “Recommend” Button. This Facebook button enables the user to interact with a site or page. Additionally share it with his/her friends at their own Facebook profile.
Well, Facebook does made it pretty easy to Implement the “Like” button code on your site. The complexity comes when it is not a single page website. How about a blog Post? This is where you will need this hack to make it work!