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Google SEO Campaigns – How To Approach Niche Marketing

By Thomas Gajdjis

Most marketers of SEO do not put that much emphasis on search engines other than Google. As they are making full use of the world’s largest search engine, search engine optimization campaigns for Google are more likely to bring in traffic than any other. This directly translates into a lot more potential income for the websites you own.

Beginners and experienced marketers alike depend on Google SEO campaigns as their bread and butter, but it is not always easy. The site’s search algorithms can never seem to stay still, and websites are constantly being upgraded and downgraded depending on their optimization and promotion. Google, ever diligent, is always on the lookout for possible spam or otherwise useless web content.

Ensuring that your web content is not useless is the easiest way to make sure that Google will not decide that your website is not worth keeping on their search results. This is easy enough: Keep the content on your website informative. An informative article is an article worth keeping, and that is exactly what you need to keep any SEO campaign afloat. Even if you are in a high competition niche, it is possible to beat out the high ranked results if they are of poor quality and your article content is the opposite.

Great content may ensure that Google will always keep you aboard, but it will not always push you to the top results if you are in a high competition niche. This is where website promotion comes in. Google SEO campaigns have two main facets: actual website content and promotional content. While what is actually on your website is the face that both the search engine and potential visitors will pay a large amount of attention to, off-site promotion is an even bigger part to your success.

Submitting your content to sites such as article directories puts links to your site in view for all to look at. That is not all, however, as it also provides links for Google to access and tally towards your overall standing. The links coming into your site from other sources tell Google that people want to look at your content. This directly correlates to higher page rankings.

Though Google is always changing up the way they handle algorithms and how they handle certain bits of information and optimization, there is no denying that something is to be said about “proving” to the search engine giant that your content is worth a look at for people searching for what’s in your niche. This is the basis for any Google SEO campaign that will last through large amounts of algorithm changes.

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Gajdjis, Thomas "Google SEO Campaigns – How To Approach Niche Marketing." Google SEO Campaigns – How To Approach Niche Marketing. 4 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 4 Aug 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/business/google-seo-campaigns-how-to-approach-niche-marketing/>.

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