7 risky mistruths that an SEO content creator may tell you

SEO content creationWith the latest changes in Google’s algorithm, it’s now more important than ever to have high quality content for Search Engine Optimization. It’s always a struggle for a number of our clients to supply good content that is not copied from another source online. Google and other search engines can now check your content to see if it is duplicate content. If it is duplicated, they’ll pretty much not give you any credit for it and it’s almost impossible to get that page to rank on the first page of Google. Even worse, Google may even penalize your site for having duplicate or poor content.

7 Dangerous Lies Your SEO Content Writer is Telling You

by Nicole BeckettSiteProNews

Far too many of the content writers out there can’t actually write! As a result, they prey on people like you – hoping you’ll believe their promises and never notice that they don’t actually have any talent. Sadly, the odds are high that you’ve been lied to by an SEO content writer. Heck, you may have been told several lies!

There are some real doozies being told out there, but these 7 are the most common – and they’re also the most damaging to your business…[read more]

As with any service or product your purchase, it’s always good to get references before hiring an SEO content writer. We’ve seen a lot of very bad content. We had one piece of content on how SEO can benefit a personal injury lawyer sent to us for approval that said “Therefore, by making good use of SEO, lawyers can easily attract lots of clients ideal for the plummeting of their businesses.” Plummeting? I had to re-read three times to make sure that was correct.

Do your own research before hiring a content writer who understands how to write for Search Engine Optimization.