Ask any SEO or the so called professional bloggers and they would say that “thin content” is bad and it hurts your website. But what exactly is this “thin content”? Most people believe that articles less than 400 words are classified as thin content. When people say “thin content” they’re probably referring to pages that don’t have any content or the articles that contain very few words (let’s say less than 200 – 300). Some people also connect thin content with duplicate content but they’re entirely different. Duplicate content usually refers to similar content within a single domain or across multiple domains and thin content refers to low quality pages that add no value to users. Of course duplicate content can be thin content too. Read: Google Duplicate Content Guidelines: What You Need To Know Think about this: You’re writing a “How To” article. Now, you got 3 options. You can write the entire … [Read more...] about What Is Thin Content & What If Your Thin Content Is Original?
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The Internet is an open platform, and it’s so easy to copy somebody post and paste it on your blog. In most of the cases, such copy-paste blogger doesn’t even realize legal complication of such issues. And innocent bloggers like you and me, are the one who have to do various things to handle these people who copy our original content, which we have written after hours of work. In this post I’m going to discuss several aspects related to blog content copying. SEO impact of copying somebody content? Will your blog have any impact if someone copies your content? Yes definitely, you are being put into the risk of losing your search engine rankings and page rank when people copy your blog content. In many cases, copied content from your blog will first get indexed into Google and in those cases your content becomes duplicate. So Google may lower your blog rankings or may even not include your content in its index. So you are not getting the credit for all the hard work you … [Read more...] about What To Do When Bloggers Copy Your Original Blog Content?
Note: Rest assured, no spoilers until the second half of the post, after the warning and the image. It’s been a busy week, but somehow I managed to find the time to play the Dragon Age: Origins – Witch Hunt DLC. In preparation I had allotted myself ample time, but in hindsight, I need not have bothered. It was so…short. The whole thing couldn’t have taken me longer than 2 hours to complete, even with a few breaks in between. Granted, I have never before purchased any DLC for this game so I have nothing to compare it against, but for $7 I had expected a longer campaign. Issue of length aside, I’m not disappointed, but I’m not impressed either. I’m frustrated by its mediocrity more than anything else, considering the fact Witch Hunt was proclaimed as the final DLC for Origins. The gameplay felt needlessly rushed and took us to many areas that were previously seen before, reused for this campaign. The story behind the adventure itself was … [Read more...] about Dragon Age: Origins – A Run Of The Mill “Witch Hunt”
The announcement of a new title set in Middle-earth made Lord of the Rings Online players anxious, and while Standing Stone Games was quick to state that this would not affect the title we can understand players finding that less than comforting. After all, what else could the company say? It’s easy to get carried away in a conspiracy theory where the world is secretly ending but they won’t tell us, this conspiracy goes straight to the top. You can stop that now, though. Not just because it isn’t true, but because a fan already directly emailed Middle-earth Enterprises on the matter and got a response. The fan was told in no uncertain terms that the company is happy with LOTRO as a game and experience, and there’s no intention to supplant it with the new game. Both can coexist in the same space. Middle-earth Enterprises, formerly Tolkien Enterprises, is the company responsible for licensing the rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels, which means that they are … [Read more...] about Middle-earth Enterprises reassures Lord of the Rings Online fans that the original MMO will be fine
Keywords will always be the base of search-able web writing. But too many sites neglect this SEO trick the one here Explained i.e. using synonyms. Synonyms are particularly important in SEO. Most Webmaster’s have stated them as road signs for search engines. What are Synonyms or LSI Words? Synonyms are words that mean the same thing. “Large,” “huge” and “big” are synonyms. Google has included Keyword Stems in searches for a long time. A good example of stemming is where you use the keyword “running” and Google will provide results with run, runs, or running in their results. Synonyms, on the other hand, are completely different words that have no part of the original word within the search. Here’s a good example: a person might “run” a company or “manage” a company, essentially, “run” and “manage” mean the same thing in this context, even though they are completely … [Read more...] about How To Use LSI Keywords For Ranking Higher In Search Results