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Routine when submitting new content?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SYCRO, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. SYCRO

    SYCRO Junior Member

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    Do you have a routine you go through every time you add new content to your website for SEO?

    I add the article to the site, link to DIGG, link to reddit, submit to ezinearticles, start a campaign on TheLinkJuicer.

    What do you guys do?

    Harry
     
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    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    sometime i`m scratch my a$$ :) joking of course ... well to be on topic let me tell you something G' especially hate the '' fingerprints '' I know that and learned that on my own skin damn it think I have a worldwide record with domains banned on google :) try and mix your routine every time and how much you can ....
     
  3. hmeister

    hmeister BANNED BANNED

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    I do the same thing every time...
    Write the article and submit to 9 social bookmarking sites.
    Spin it and use the spun content for a new wordpress,blogger,blogsome,etc article but make sure the blog is themed around your content, ie don't post an article on cats to your dog blog.
    RSS the feed from your main site if you haven't already got it done to do that automatically.
    Turn the article into a PDF and submit it to Scribd and DocStoc
    And if I have the time, turn the article into a powerpoint slide or 2 and submit it to slideshare.
    Out of all of the above, I can usually guarantee that my docstoc and scribd articles will be on G's first page in less than 3 hours and for example, I did one last night and 2 hours later, I was number 1&2 with a scribd and docstoc article which is the first time that has happened so I guess I may be building up a rep on those sites? Or I am getting better at articles!
     
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    @hmeister - did u do any promote for those Scribd, docStoc or slideshare in order to rank it in SERP?
     
  5. hmeister

    hmeister BANNED BANNED

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    None at all. That's why i like it. In fact I have just done another article and already it is position 1 on page 2 of google and that was just 2 hours after submitting it. Like all these things, I think it depends on your niche but I only work in financial services and that is as tough as it gets.
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    On Scribd, make sure when you complete your details for your doc that you put enough tags and enough of a description in there so that it says discoverability or visibility is high - seems to make all the difference.