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    SEO and the RIGHT writer.

    More than once I have come across great sites that have poor content. It's quite frustrating to read obviously "keyword driven" articles and blogs. Good organic content adds value, the purpose of SEO is to cater to a demand and be linkable, this can only be done if your content HAS something of value.

    A generic article or blog post does nothing to inspire the reader and hence the post "dies". Search engine ratings are important, that's what makes any website owner a star in the eyes of Google. But, what most people forget in their strategy of I-can-do-everything-by-myself routine is that writing just might not be their forte.

    Not only do most people NOT have the patience or stamina to churn out regular, meaningful content they also don't have the knack for it. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that! You don't HAVE to write posts yourself.
    Trust me, if you feel that your content is missing that oomph, just hire a decent writer (with a working knowledge of SEO, off course!) and allow them to spin your ideas into words.

    In my opinion writing content yourself is still better than hiring VERY cheap. If you find someone who can write poetry for you in $4 or 0.00000005 cents per word, go for it! But, we all know that you might be getting content at 0.00000005 cents per word but nothing of actual value, or sense for that matter.

    How do I know this?

    I have been there, Hiring a good writer saves you from a lot of unnecessary,

    -Edits
    -Extensive plagiarism
    -Obviously spun content
    -(Sometimes) A complete lack of discernible English in your content.

    I can't even remember the number of times I have come across writers that wrote utter gibberish. If all I was looking for was a bulk of words strung together, stuffed with keywords then this is the route I would take and hire someone for 0.00000000.... I think you get the idea.

    The truth is that anything and everything that is worth it, COSTS! If you have spent a lot of money on your site and its look why not give it the words it deserves? Still don't buy?

    How about this,

    Imagine yourself on a blind date, great restaurant, amazing ambiance, lovely weather and your date is stunning. You think your in love with this person! And then they start talking...

    Need I say more?

    Words matter! CONTENT is KING!
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    Re: SEO and the RIGHT writer.

    I have always said that the only way to guarantee success in SEO is to always make sure that quality goes before quantity.

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    Re: SEO and the RIGHT writer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    I have always said that the only way to guarantee success in SEO is to always make sure that quality goes before quantity.
    Content is king in 2015 all of the way I dont care what anyone says. Meta Tags, Keywords don't work no more
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    Re: SEO and the RIGHT writer.

    Thanks a lot Ramish Rana for sharing this great thoughts of ours. I am fully agreed with your last words "Words matter! CONTENT is KING!" and I want to say that content was king before and will be forever, not only in 2015, I am sure of that.

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    I am so glad you guys share the sentiment! The way Google has evolved and continues to do so. I don't see a lot of future for keyword stuffing. I have nothing against the tricks of the trade but, long-term results are almost always produced with content of actual value, black hat techniques are for that rush of short-term goals. But, the moment the reader realizes there is nothing of value to be found on your site, they will leave and would consider your site synonymous with spam. True growth potential comes only (and I can never stress this enough with people) ONLY if your content is engaging enough to hold your reader's attention. Spun content, rewritten content = lack of originality = unremarkable. And trust me, being terrible is still more memorable than being mediocre. I have found that to be the best way to commit online suicide.

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    Re: SEO and the RIGHT writer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Guillermo Mata View Post
    Content is king in 2015 all of the way I dont care what anyone says. Meta Tags, Keywords don't work no more
    I couldn't have put it better myself. CONTENT IS KING!

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    What do you mean under great sites with poor content? I just thought the site is great when it can boast with great articles Talking about keyword driven texts, I just hate them. As soon as I see these awful sentences overwhelmed with annoying keywords, I just close the page asap. I always wondered how these sites even managed to rich first pages at google. As for the plagiarism, I wouldn't say hiring authors can save from it. Unhappily there are many freelancers who just copy and paste others. I personally dealt with guys like these, since then I use plagiarism checkers (from here https://plagtools.com/ ) before accepting and paying for an article.

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    Re: SEO and the RIGHT writer.

    hose results pages appear as a result of search engine optimization (SEO). In a nutshell, SEO is a method of optimizing (enhancing the effectiveness of) your content for the search engines, in order to help it rank higher than content from other sites that target the same search terms.

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