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Rich Preisig Explains the Value of SEO Articles
Rich Preisig gives light to those who are looking to sell more online because they have a first page presence on Google for the relevant keywords and keyword phrases of their business model.
By: Rich Preisig
“Search engine optimization means that someone is making it so that more people have an opportunity to be in front of your objective, whether it be for personal or business,” states Rich Preisig. So, if more people need to be put in front of your business, so that you begin to get closer to page one on Google, how faster to do that then writing articles about your company that are easy to understand, meaningful, empowering, and saturated with keywords and keyword phrases.
Rich Preisig explains the importance and value of writing articles.
1) Your prospective client now knows more about you, your business, and the product(s) and or service(s) you offer. During this process, the reader begins to see you as an authority for what you’ve written.
2) Inside these articles are links back to your site just like in this article that display links back to sites Rich Preisig supports. Anyone can say anything, but when it’s in print there leaves time to think about what you’re reading. This gives you more of an opportunity to get the user to click on your links within your article. - http://www.crunchbase.com/
a. When choosing what links you want to display in your article always remember to first provide the main link to your site.
b. The second link should go to a part of your site that illustrates what your specific subject is about.
c. The third link should display a link to one of your previously written articles.
i. “Depending on how many back links you’re allotted is usually determined by how many words you’ve written. The rule of thumb is to stay in the 500-600 words range,” states Rich Preisig.
3) Google likes content, as it gives people a reason to come to your site and read something. Most companies do not continue to support their business with new articles hence, Google leaves the door open for those who do. Think about it. Why do you go to the same sites like Facebook, Twitter, or ESPN? The answer is these sites always have new content (articles, posts, scores), and reasons for a user to come back to their site. “With that said, you’ve never seen the aforementioned sites advertise,” suggests Rich Preisig.
After you’ve written each article, you can then publish it on a site that has a high PR such as a PR6 or better.
NOTE: PR stands for Page Rank. Larry Page, co-founder of Google created a scale of (1 – 10), 10 being the best. Facebook, Google, Twitter, etc. are all PR10. The higher the PR the more credibility
When you publish your content, you’re simply cutting and pasting in what you’ve written or you can type in the article right there on the screen. The process is rather lengthy, but the results are usually dramatic. If you write enough articles you can supersede most any other entity that is above you on the search engines.
Learn more - http://richpreisig.com
Page Updated Last on: May 21, 2014