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Rich Preisig SEO Expert Instruction
Rich Preisig goes into the middle of 2014 with much to offer his 1,400+ and growing Twitter followers seeking to improve their Google, Bing, Safari, and other search engine rankings. Rich Preisig is full of ways to help your company, so write him.
By: Rich Preisig
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“The first think you need to do is own your own domain name not only so you can properly represent your business, but so you can properly communicate under your company name,” states Rich Preisig. If you’re using your webmail address – Stop! No more sending emails from a .gmail, .aol, etc. email account. Doing so dramatically decreases your credibility level.
For instance, if your company website is abc123.com that means that you should be sending out emails from your domain name – Example: yourname@abc123. Perception is reality, but not utilizing your domain names email can be interpreted very poorly, well actually it looks like your business is a hobby. Step it up if necessary. - http://richpreisig.com/
Rich Preisig is known for telling it as it is, as he strictly utilizes the same techniques for himself that he writes and talks about. If you’re serious about doing it yourself - that is doing what’s necessary to get your site on the first page on Google, Bing, Safari, etc., then cleanse your pallet. This is about to get really good. Ready? - http://www.prlog.org/
Now that you own your domain name and you’re utilizing it to represent your business it’s time to move on to how to write articles about the attributes of your company, so more people will find you, as they search for a business just like yours.
When you utilize content to drive your search engine rankings you’ll fall off your chair as to how many more visits you’ll get to your site. Rich Preisig states, “Anyone can advertise, but in the end the searcher is looking for something to read. If there weren’t, people would be on the internet 90% less.” Note: Content will always be king. When you write your own content you’re saving enormous money because no one knows your business better than you. However, now you need to know where to place these articles.
Rich Preisig answers the question, “Why is it important to publish my articles about my company on certain sites and not others?”
Clearly, your objective is to reach as many people who are searching for the product(s) and or service(s) you offer, as possible, but only with the credibility attained (by Google) of them appearing on high ranking PR sites. PR “Page Rank” was created by Larry Page (co-founder of Google) to determine which sites have the most credibility (vs. an advertiser), page views, new and returning users, etc. When your articles are found on sites that have a high page rank you can depend on results.
For example, Facebook, Google, and AOL are PR10, whereas ESPN is PR8. When publishing articles make sure you publish them on PR6 or better sites. In doing so, you’re going to be interpreted by Google as being the go to, as the site that already has the credibility that the searcher is looking for. This may sound confusing, but to start just start writing, publish them and see the results. More to come.
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