Did you know that Google will not rank your website until the first day that you add a suitable amount of content? Many people mistakenly believe that the three month waiting period starts from the day a domain is purchased, however this is far from the truth. Thus, if you want to improve your ranking it is time to improve your content and to help you out; here are three useful tips for successful content development.
Cheaters never prosper The internet may be a vast universe of information, but search engines can spot copied content in less than a few seconds. While you may be able to fool a professor or a colleague by displaying copied content on a webpage or project, you cannot fool search engine spiders so do not even try.
Keyword stuffing is not the way to go Spiders want to check the integrity of your website, and the simple truth is that certain keywords naturally fall into use more often than others. Thus, while it may be acceptable to have to repeat common phrase such as ‘New York flights’ it is not acceptable to find ‘New York affordable flights today’ repeated every few sentences. If it sounds awkward to you it will read awkward to search engines and you will pay for it with your ranking.
Regularly update Would you research your thesis from a copy of the Britannica encyclopedia circa 1954? No, so why would anyone trust your site as an informative authoritative site if your last update was last year. Sadly, the only way to stay at the top of the rankings scale is to update daily.