Just when you got your SEO mojo, out comes Penguin 2.0, trippin' up your flow. Here's what to do about it!
... Post-Penguin 2.0, the message is clear: if you want to rank and drive real traffic, you need to build your online brand. By strong branding, I’m not talking exclusively about giants like CNN and Zappos et al. I mean a strong brand in relation to the other sites in your industry fighting over specific SERP territory. Say you're a local dentist trying to rank for your best keywords. You won’t ever have brand recognition equal to that of Apple. But you can have an amazingly strong web brand for your local market. And if you do, you’re much more likely to rank.
When you think about branding as a ranking factor, it makes a lot more sense. Google is trying to replicate the logic of the “real world” and apply it to the online world, after all. For instance, if you have a business and you’re trying to build your brand as part of a local marketing blitz, how would you do it? What constitutes a strong brand offline? Well, you might have printed ads in the local magazines and newspapers, or maybe radio and television ads -- you know, the kinds of things that might help create some brand recognition for your target market when they're not at a computer or mobile device....
Figuring out how much content you need is a tough question, but Jay Baer supplies an easy formula to get you started.
The real answer is that you need to answer every question your customers have about you and your category, and that list will continue to grow over time. But telling someone “infinity” is a pretty unsatisfactory (and scary) response, so here’s what I said, and what I think you should do in your business.
Technorati Social Media Strategies Summit Workshops Bring Your Brand's Future into Focus Technorati On April 23rd, social networking professionals will converge on Chicago for Social Media Strategies Summit 2013, a unique event designed to help...
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