SEO Tips – The Trickle Down Effect
There are many different Search Engine Optimization ideas, and the influences which affect visibility on the SERPs. One such idea embraces the notion that search engines like fresh content. Trends shift and evlove at times revolving around a guy told a guy, who over heard it at a search expo and posted it to his Twitter account. And in the end, the priciple behind the idea can get lost.
Adding fresh content can means different things to different people and firms, the watered down version you’ll tend to hear from SEO “experts” is that search engines like websites that change their content often. The idea which the logic is based on is that changing content on page will attract bots more often and somehow improve visibility.
To expound a little on the point of fresh content, changing your pages, updating your news and story feeds for visitors is a pro-active measure to retaining that visitor base. Managing, maintaining, and optimization the links to that information for the bots is a bonus point as well.
Changing your text and content of your website on a regular basis however, is a good example of the loss of meaning of a best practice measure of SEO.
Real fresh content is derived from the purpose of adding new pages to your website on a regular basis. Adding new pages, optimizing the linking structure to them, and providing well written, compelling content for visitors and bots alike. This is the definition of fresh content to yours and your clients websites. The higher quality the content, the more proficient the optimization of the content, will draw bots and visitors alike.
Of the billions of webpages to be found online, of the millions upon millions of pages on search engine optimization alone, always bear in mind the trickle down effect.