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As fall is upon us, our big tree started to shed its leaves. Knowing the tree still had leaves on it, we raked our yard even thought an hour later it looked like we did nothing at all. Some leaves remain on the tree, some continue to fall and some are blowing down the street. So what does this have to do with SEO?
I am not an expert or “guru”, but like leaves on a tree (metaphor), it is important to continue to drop articles, a press releases, post or pages in Google’s yard. The leaves that are in Google’s yard are the most relative links for any given search term. The leaves that are about to fall are the relative links attacking any given search term. Leaves that are blowing down the street are no longer relative to that search term or may be poorly written.
When dropping a new article, post or page in Google’s yard, make sure it has good content, clear page titles and page description or risk Google raking it up. It’s ok when your leaves end up in the neighbors (competition) back yard.
*This is my opinion of SEO and what I have learned about it.
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