Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by IamNRE, May 29, 2012.
I watched it. Made a lot of sense. Will be implementing some serious on-site changes. I have a bad habit of stuffing keywords in title's on A's .etc, all hidden stuff. Really need to stop that.
Yepp me too, my site has 3.99% keyword density eeeeek :/
For those who blindly believe in Josh's words: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/09/google-does-not-use-keywords-meta-tag.html
cant tell until we try it on our blog .Did any body tried the changes they have discussed in the video.I would love to hear it.
He does raise some pretty good points though, definitely worth a watch. Especially the last bit.
My doorways have lots of keyword repeating and look "spamy" but they are ok so the problem isn't about keyword frequency
Also they have lots of nonsense erelevant text.
Especially agree with keyword diversity.
Yeah high quality links from various sources,anchor text diversity & link velocity can help you avoid G penalty.
we improved the quality and diversity of our backlinks profile and we jumped to the top 5 spots with different sites of our clients.
I see this term "quality" quite often - but there is no definition for it. It is quite a subjective term. To me, quality means links that are not randomly posted in a spammy fashion on old blog posts, or links that are not contextual in nature.
What does "quality" mean to you?
Quality means contextual links from high pr websites within your niche.
Watch that doc. the guy covers it.
I think he said, anything with trust rank of 50 or higher out of 100 is considered quality link.
You can use https://www.majesticseo.com/ and only get links from sites with trust flow of 50+.
Or open sire explorer and only go for sites with 50 + authority.
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