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10 helpful SEO tips

Discussion in 'SEO, Social Media & Online Marketing Forum:' started by NUGFX, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. NUGFX

    NUGFX Member

    MelonFuel, Corrosive and DaveGears86 like this.
  2. amac

    amac New Member

    DaveGears86 likes this.
  3. Mofko

    Mofko New Member

    The only thing is, that you need to make sure that your advice gets updated if google changes again haha.
  4. Corrosive

    Corrosive Moderator Staff Member

    Really good article. I think you've summed up the key points very well.
  5. Minuteman Press

    Minuteman Press Moderator

    Interesting summary for the new / inexperienced market entrant.
  6. NUGFX

    NUGFX Member

    thanks, took a while writing it, im not the best at writing but i think i got the message across.
  7. iprogress

    iprogress New Member

    Gail W likes this.
  8. rehan12

    rehan12 New Member

    very much useful stuff, if you add link building strategies in the seo plan , that will make the article more interesting , any how done a nice job :)
  9. NUGFX

    NUGFX Member

    trying 2 put together a good link building article, but atm its not going as well as expected so far lol :D
  10. andybdesign

    andybdesign Active Member

    Dave L and Paul Murray like this.
  11. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

    Reproducing other people's work is a complete waste of time, google will just look at it as duplicate content.
  12. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    The orignal link no longer works (returns a 404) but the content is still online (try removing the "10-" from the address) and does appear to be an exact, word for word copy of the SEJ article Andy linked to.

    NUGFX, reposting someone else's content without permission is one thing, but actually attempting to pass it off as your own is another entirely. Designers are constantly having to protect their ideas and prove ownership of material, and as someone who claims to be a designer, I would have expected you to have a little more respect for the time and effort that went into producing the original content. This makes me wonder what other content on your site belongs to somebody else.

    I must say, I have lost a lot of respect for you.
    Dave L likes this.
  13. Minuteman Press

    Minuteman Press Moderator

    I have written to NUGFX yesterday - awaiting a response.
  14. Edge

    Edge Active Member

    Talk about getting caught with your pants down ...
  15. Minuteman Press

    Minuteman Press Moderator

  16. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    That's it, there's a pingback to the forum post at the bottom.
  17. Dave L

    Dave L Well-Known Member

    Paul's pretty much nailed it with his response but this line shines a bright light on the deeply unethical nature of what's taken place here and really leaves no place to hide. I don't really want to speculate on what drives someone to substitute 'I wrote...' for 'I read...' but even if you lack respect for the original work of others, you should at least retain the good sense to realise that plagiarism will destroy your reputation, and reputation is everything.

    In short, would I engage someone to create original work on my behalf when they'd been busted cold for half-inching other people's stuff? Would you?
  18. Hillrider

    Hillrider New Member

    No matter how many tips you read you can’t challenge the Google updates, no one can guarantee there site from being affected.

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