SEO Rumors, Myths, and Fabrications
To read the previous parts go to: SEO Myths - Part One and SEO Myths - Part Two
The "optimization" in search engine optimization (SEO) implies the application of the best possible methods to ensure the success of a given goal without wasting resources on issues that are actually important. On that note, this article will cover and debunk some of the common myths about SEO as well as clarify what you should really do in order to gain better SEO for your website.
Linking with Non-Ideal Anchor Text
A non-ideal anchor text is text that's not user-friendly or appears manipulative or spam-driven. With ...
Separating SEO Fact from Fiction
If you haven't read the Part One you can read it here.
Search engine optimization (SEO) isn't rocket science. As long as your site provides a great user experience and you have editorial links linking back to it, you'll be fine. However, there are some people who view certain harmless issues and actions as SEO death traps. Instead of wasting your time worrying about the modern equivalent of old wives' tales for SEO, you should instead educate yourself about the truth.
For example, certain webmasters believe that people who are scraping your blog or site by republishing your RSS feed or content is a bad thing...
There are a lot of search engine optimization (SEO) myths out there that people believe yet are totally bogus when further investigated. Learning which SEO techniques work or don't work can be the key to truly optimizing your website for search engine rankings.
Putting in Too Many Links in One Domain
There's no such thing as having too many links pointing to your site from one domain. People fear reprisal from search engines like Google when this happens because they think that these links may be considered as "spam", which will then cause their sites to get lower search engine results page (SERP) rankings.
The fact of the matter is that r...