A little misguided? SEO could damage your site as a spam site

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Posts like this are meant to scare you. News telling you “If you try to mess with the search engine results you’ll get slapped” or “banned” or “sandboxed”. I here to tell you that most.. not all mind you, but most of this is filler. Just words spreading across the page to produce content that was written just for the sake of writing it.


This article states “Any attempt to modify the rank of a web page, after it’s been ranked, could spell disaster for the site owner.” -Really.. because i tell my clients to make a post.. save and publish.. make changes.. save and publish.. when you bored.. spellcheck.. save and publish. Using and interacting with pages on a daily basis increases the freshness of the content and the will to make the content as accurate and as updated as possible.


Just don’t create multiple pages that are the same.. and dont list to a word of this nonsense.


I mean.. done’t get me wrong.. i realize Google now has a patent called “Document Rating” that does relay how they plan on messing with SEO’ers but I’m in stiff belief that the rules of the ranking game remain the same.


Summary: A little known Google patent shows how the permalink has become a permafrost for content…



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