It is very important that your blog has unique content. It’s a mortal sin to post something that’s not original. Someone’s bound to notice and your reputation will be on the line. You definitely don’t want to sacrifice your rep as a professional blogger by publishing something that’s not 100% unique, do you? Creating unique content will do your blog a lot of good. It will: Help drive visitors to your blog Improve search engine rankings Establish you as an expert on your chosen niche Make your blog stand out from your competition Today, at least 5 people have blogged about the same thing. And if you don’t know how to create unique content, there’s a very little window for success. To succeed as a blogger, you have to give people a reason to choose
Most of the newbies I see actually give up for a common reason – they don’t get results. And they never wonder why that is? Not actually thinking what were the factors that detained their site and what could have been the small little steps that they could have taken to resolve. Not choosing the correct category where they belong. They are mostly the people who actually choose a category they like, not the one they could work on. Like take me for example: two years back I actually took a category of health, and not only health it was about “home remedies for skin treatment and beautification”, just because I went to an Ayurveda’s saloon twice or thrice; I thought I knew enough to tell others about it. Well no it was a decision I still regret. My point – if you don’t know
Matt Cutts tweeted that Google Penguin Update 2.0 is on the way, and will have a larger impact. @mrjamiedodd we do expect to roll out Penguin 2.0 (next generation of Penguin) sometime in the next few weeks though. — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) May 10, 2013 @dannysullivan the next update of Penguin will be larger, [...]The post Tracking Google Penguin 2.0: The Sky is Falling appeared first on WSOlist.com.