Web scraping steals your content, claims it is their own, and sometimes there is no way of proving otherwise. These 4 Wordpress plugins prevent it.
Jamie Simmerman's insight:
Content scraping is NOT the same as curation. Curation is selectively choosing content that is relevant to your business or audience, and sharing that content (usually along with your two cents).
Content scrapers are the bane of the Internet. They throw up a website, scrap content from anywhere they can get it to collect keywords and topics of interest without investing in creating any value for readers, and they cash in the traffic through advertising, AdWrods, or affiliate links. Hundreds of these crap websites pop up every week, and they steal legitimate content for their own gain.
Link love is about finding something of value on the Net and sharing it with others, not sticking yoru hand in the candy jar and stuffing yoru pockets with whatever you can pull out.
Ann Smarty shares four WordPress plugins to help stop content scrapers form using your original content to further their sleazy efforts. Try our one, or better yet, all of them, if you're running on a WordPress platform.
So much of SEO can be subjective, but this solid post frpm Search Engine Journal details how Google's new Penguin algorithm update affects your anchor text in provided internal links. A must-read for all SEO copywriters.
Let’s say you are browsing for shoes at your favorite online shoe store. You see a pair that looks like what you are looking for, but you aren’t 100% convinced. Then you notice that in addition to the regular reviews written by other shoppers, there is a video you can click on. You click on the video and watch a stream of customers show you the shoe and talk about why they like it. Persuasive? You bet!
Keyword density SEO campaigns are bad for businesses.
There is no magic formula" for keyword density that will automatically get you to page one of the SERPS. If there was, every business website would use it and the whole thing would be useless. Common sense tells you that any SEO company who promises front page ranking is blowing hot air.
If you want to boost your SEO, "don't annoy your readers" and write for your readers, not search engines. Natural, sioled keyword usage is best. It's organic, it can be tied into a PPC campaign, and it's what readers want. Don't overwhelm them by repeating the same phrase over and over just to hit a certain percentage number.
Google wants to display results that are RELEVANT, so make your keywords and your content count.
In a minute or less, visitors decide whether to stay on your site or leave. Here are six tips to ensure they stay. (Internet users simply aren't the same as they were ten years ago... so why are we writing the same way for them?
The Internet completely changed the freelance writing landscape. For some people (those who were freelance writers before), these changes are scary. For others (those who are getting started), they are quite exciting.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.