Buying Search Optimized Articles For Your Blog Or Web Site

Like everyone else you probably assume all of those bloggers write all of that content on their own. Well, here comes a big spoiler: they pay people to do it for them. In fact there is a very good reason why they do this and why you may want to either consider providing content or purchasing content for your own blogs.

The internet is still starved for content. Even though it is increasing in offerings of information every day it is still sadly lacking in accurate and relevant information. For me I prefer to blog only on subjects regarding topics which I am either already familiar with or that I can easily understand mywebmagazine.co.uk. The majority of my content writing is on real estate, mortgages, internet development, web coding and small business issues. Since these are the topics which have made up most of my fifty years it is easy for me to quickly create content relative to the subject.

Websites which are rarely updated are also rarely indexed by the search engines. Google would have no reason to index a site which has a history of static content for months on end. However Google may index a website multiple times per day which has a pattern of updating the content at least once per day. For search engines, much as network news, the first to break the story has an advantage over the others.

Writing blog content can simply mean plain text files created and sent to the blog owner to post at their leisure. It may also include creating the actual HTML code for the post including links, images and formatting. A professional content provider will know how to create links, which text to link and how to title the link to give the most satisfaction to the search robots.

Search spiders do more than just read linear text and create a link to a page. In fact they must evaluate several attributes of the page, the site on which the page resides, the number of inbound links and from where they originate, the number of outbound links and to where they lead, the use of title on links and images, the actual title of the page, and about that many more attributes as well. In fact, one of the more important pieces of the puzzle is keyword saturation and how that satisfies the robot’s algorithm.

Search algorithms are proprietary and secretive but the caretakers give us many clues along with important information they need for us to know to properly work in harmony with them. Misuse of the knowledge is often called “black hatting” or “black hat techniques” and can result in a web page or web site being blacklisted or banned from the index. Going over the limit of the algorithm’s requirements for key word saturation is one of the top reasons for exclusion. Being linked to from known black hat sites is another way.

Microblogging is simply blogging in micro size. It means blogging with brief texts with options to add photos or audi-clips. Due to its brevity, microblogging is very popular with mobile phone users and busy people who don’t have the time to write a bull-blown article for blog posting. Microblogging updates or postings can be anything as long as they are short and within the maximum words allowed. The contents can be on personal level as update of what someone is doing or on the business level with the latest update of products and services. Even news services also use microblogging to disseminate the information to the public (or followers as they are usually referred to).

In terms of content, there is really nothing different between “normal” blogging and microblogging. You can just write about anything and about what you want to write. Of course, in business, people will plan the content properly as to project proper corporate image and professionalism. Since the content is brief, it is much easier for people to just write about something on-the-fly. That is why people can update the microblogs very frequently in a day. The most common contents are updates of what people are doing and thinking. Very frequently also people comment on each other’s postings.

Currently, the most popular microblogging is Twitter. Launched in July 2006, Twitter has become the most popular microblogging site and its name is almost synonymous to microblogging. Twitter ranked 287 in Alexa as of March 2009. Here are other popular English microblogging sites (with Alexa ranking): Tumblr (2,551), Plurk (6,629), Jaiku (59,281), Kronologger (347,889) in Indonesia, Hictu (719,358), Pacmee (899,739) in Malaysia, MoodMill (964,712), I Rate My Day (1,066,114) and MySay (1,846,084).

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