Dhuinne, chan eil an seòrsa ionnsaighean SEO a chaidh fhoillseachadh an t-seachdain seo ach beagan cheumannan air falbh bho na bhios tonna de bhlogaran / làraich-lìn a ’dèanamh a h-uile latha: a’ feuchainn gu h-èifeachdach ri einnseanan sgrùdaidh geama dìreach gus am faigh iad barrachd bhuillean chun làrach aca, agus le leudachadh, is dòcha. dèan beagan dhollairean a bharrachd. Mura h-eil thu a ’ruith tuathanas ceangail sgam dìreach no glè, glè fhortanach - cha bhith buannachdan seasmhach aig an ìre einnsean sgrùdaidh as àirde san t-saoghal mura h-eil an susbaint ann.
Aon Madadh-allaidh Angry
Fhuair am post slàn freagairt làidir bho Mhìcheal aig Graywolf’s SEO Blog, who literally says Christina is a clueless idiot. That kind of language is a little strong, I’m not going to personally attack Christina, but I will state that her post was a personal attack on folks like me – who work our blogs with passion and technical savvy to attract and keep the most readers.
Recognizing search engine technology and optimizing your site is not unlike researching traffic and finding the best location for your corner store. You’ve got great product and a great store, isn’t it intelligent to place the store in the best location? Is it gaming mura cuir thu do stòr ann am meadhan an fhàsaich far nach fhaigh duine lorg air?
Christina also appears ignorant of Google’s ability to accurately analyze and rank links. Truth be told, you can do all the gaming you’d like, but if no one is referencing your site, you won’t be in the standings for very long. Popularity is key on the web, and bloggers help to drive each others’ popularity. I do hundreds of searches with Google on a daily basis, and rarely find a page ranked high that doesn’t have the information I’m seeking.
A bheil Blogadh Cothromach? Gu dearbh!
If you’re not taking advantage of the opportunities that search engines have put forth, you’re just plain stupid. I’m not gaming the system by concentrating on my page structure, content, keyword selection, etc. I’m putting a red carpet out for Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! to find me easily and organize my content properly.
Google wrote the recipe that all good sites should follow. If you can’t follow the recipe, don’t complain to me that your dinner tastes like crap compared to mine. Get to cookin, follow the instructions… and ask for help when you need it!