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Delivering Fresh SEO News Content Seen as Better Way to Increase Website Ranking According to Internet Marketing Specialist

July 16, 2013

Search Engine Optimization specialist James Reynolds challenges websites to produce fresh content on their pages instead of recycling old material and branding it as new. He also contends that announcing new content can effectively attract more visitors, make them convert, and give their site a high rank in Google.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (PRWEB) July 16, 2013

Internet marketing consultant James Reynolds challenged website owners to come up with fresh content for their web pages to attract repeat visitors and support stronger search engine results thereby allowing the website to accrue more new traffic.

In his recent SEO news report, James Reynolds declared that websites should not be complacent with their tried, tired, and old web content. “It would not just be normal for your advocates out there on the Internet to be promoting your old content and ignoring of course that fresh content,” he said. New content is more appreciated than old content since visitors are normally interested in something that is fresh and updated. “Google absolutely loves fresh content, in fact they give it more weight – and so will your audience too,” Reynolds added.

One effective way of promoting fresh web content would be to announce it. Reynolds believed that announcing new posts as news would bring in more visitors and alert Google that the site has something fresh to offer thereby placing the site in a position for better search results and higher Google rank. “Create fresh content, add it to your website, announce it then to your audience and then place links that are relevant to your website,” he urged.

Reynolds also implied that by using an announcement approach, the website is in a position to have more productivity. More traffic would visit the page, more engagement from new visitors would commence, and more conversions would be generated. “You’ll pick up a new audience who are already interested in the topic matter that concerns you,” he imparted, “and you can then strategically place links leading back to those sweetheart pages that you really want people to find on your website.” He was referring to pages on a website that convert visitors to sales.

Reynolds concluded his SEO news tips by emphasizing that having fresh content does dictate the flow of one’s website from being languid and boring to being dynamic and up-to-date and announcing the news as news would create a wave of new visitors visiting the site, more back links to the site’s pages, and increased prospect for the site to gain a high Google ranking.

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About James Reynolds:

James Reynolds has earned great respect in the field and is an experienced internet marketing speaker appearing at events worldwide and often in the media in Dubai where he resides. He is an expert in helping entrepreneurs drive sales and increase the overall responsiveness and profitability of their online marketing. He is the founder of Search Engine Optimisation agency, SEO Sherpa, and Google Ad Words pay-per-click management company, Click Jam.

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