SEO Magic Formula!

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Here's an easy and effective SEO tip, so easy that it's often overlooked in favor of the obscure SEO magic formula for top rankings. Guess what folks, what I'm about to reveal to you is one of the primary ingredients in the SEO magic formula!


Hiding in Plain Sight

Of all things you can do to improve your SEO, blogging is the easiest and within easy reach of anyone with a CMS (Content Management System) based website. WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and many others have a built-in blog functionality right off the shelf, so why not use it?

One of the reasons blogging is so overlooked is because it's so readily available. Everywhere you go on the Internet and on the bookshelves under Internet marketing and related subjects blogging is the number one piece of advice you will find when looking for tips on improving SEO, so I'll present my argument in favor of blogging it in a different light in hopes of driving the message home.

Think of it this way, how many page views – no matter how many or few views – can a non existing blog posting generate? If you didn't write it, then you didn't post it if you didn't post it, then it hasn't been indexed, if it has been indexed, then it doesn't exist, and if it doesn't exist then it stands to reason that it'll generate zero page views. Get it?

Let's look at it another way, from the perspective of indexed pages. How many pages do you have available for indexing? Let's say your website as 2000 pages that have been indexed by Google. That's 2000 chances of being found. Add one more and that ups the chances of being found by one, or 2001 collectively! That's one more chance of being found that you didn't have before publishing your latest blog entry. Publish one blog posting a day for a year and you'll acquire 365 extra indexed pages on any one search engine of interest. That's an additional 365 chances of being found! That's just the beginning, if you're targeting Google, Bing and Yahoo, that's 1095 chances of coming up in the search results!!! We're not even factoring in the potential for cross linking, referencing related articles, link acquisition, contextual advertising, etc.

This SEO tip is so stupidly simple that most of you that have gotten this far into the post will probably move on in search for the elusive magic formula to getting on page one of Google, but for the few that will go out and publish a blog today, that's one more spot in the search engine result pages. What can be simpler than that?

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