After my recent big focus on search engine optimization using high quality link generation through directory submissions, I wanted to get back to basics on one thing that will help you not only from an SEO perspective, but with improving your site/blog overall.

Content needs to be added to your site/blog on a regular basis – the more and the more often the better, but only if it is high quality. Look at it this way. Would you rather visit a site that has links to 100 paid survey sites, of which 95 are scams, or a site with 5 links, all of which are good paying survey sites?

You don’t want to get so caught up in quantity that you leave quality behind. Making sure that every bit of content you have on your site is valuable to the user will help you over time as Google continues to take user experience into account in their ranking algorithm. Some people do click on the up and down arrows beside Google results, and trust me you want good reports that your site is navigable, easy to use and had the information that they were looking for.

Good rules of thumb
  • Figure out how much content you can produce / afford per month.
  • Post the content at equal intervals. If you have thirty new pages a month, post one per day. If you have one hundred twenty, post four per day. If you have ten, post every three days. If you have four, post once a week.
Also make sure all your content is optimized for Search Engines like Google and Yahoo and MS LiveSearch, but be sure it is relevant and valuable to your customers as well. Don’t just put up pages designed only to be stuffed with keywords – that is spamming your own site! How much sense does that make?! You got it. Zero.

Make sure the content on your site is consistently posted and consistently high quality, and you will be fine. For bloggers that really want to set themselves up as best as possible need to take heed of this. If you are knowledgable in your niche, express it as often as possible. Content is king and if yours is of high quality you have to get it out there and promote. I would like to recommend either TrafficEra or Traffic Syndicate 25 as powerful free traffic mediums. Both are great for blog promotion, and I continue to promote my websites and this blog on these networks and the results are effective to say the least. Most of the time I am getting two or three new subscribers daily from about 500 pageviews. For free traffic thats not too bad. This is great to start your site or blog traffic as well as get targeted followers. Patience and persistence as well are a key. Thanks for reading, see you next post.
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4 Response to 'High Quality, Consistent Content'

  1. BRYAN
    http://timsinternetcashflow.blogspot.com/2009/05/high-quality-consistent-content.html?showComment=1242744240000#c1982155565058303151'> May 19, 2009 at 7:44 AM

    IT'S ALL ABOUT CONTENT RIGHT?content is king and traffic is queen they always go together search engine loves original content so if you put efforts on putting a good content and good optimation you'll always on the right tract

     

  2. kyrious
    http://timsinternetcashflow.blogspot.com/2009/05/high-quality-consistent-content.html?showComment=1242744540000#c311035709570865194'> May 19, 2009 at 7:49 AM

    i've followed your blog because i believe you're capable of providing not only original content but high quality content and gosh how i love your blog tim,you have a constant reader in me keep it up

     

  3. Ashraf Thupsee
    http://timsinternetcashflow.blogspot.com/2009/05/high-quality-consistent-content.html?showComment=1243222611691#c6839066546778809145'> May 24, 2009 at 8:36 PM

    It's a good idea to post high quality content on a daily basis if you're blog is new or fresh...The idea behind this is to build credibility in the eyes of search engine bots once you gain the trust of search engine bots it will pick up and index your site within hours

     

  4. Larry George
    http://timsinternetcashflow.blogspot.com/2009/05/high-quality-consistent-content.html?showComment=1243226207270#c408599918397689306'> May 24, 2009 at 9:36 PM

    For me it's hard to keep up with that kind of schedule,there's a danger of losing steam,when I launch my first blog i've set up a posting schedule of 2 to 3 times a week.I've seen a lot of blogger who posted daily but eventually loses steam or just runs out of something to say

     

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