Do you know – Who Darren Rowse is?
He is a pioneer blogger and founder of Problogger.net, the most read blog by bloggers, around the world.
He has 100s of thousands of fans and followers. He commands authority in his niche.
And, do you know, for whom he writes? He writes for his readers. Not for Google, Yahoo or Bing!
His articles are amazingly unique, which offer great value to his readers. His blog posts are mainly based on practical solution to problems, after reading those, his readers implement them while blogging.
Why Darren writes for his readers?
He always tries to help his readers with unique solutions, and never crafts an article keeping search engine in mind. For him, readers are more important than search engine placements (SEO).
Just checkout his few articles below, to know how helpful these are..
Why Google loves Darren’s articles?
The answer is “ He writes for his readers. ”
Google loves to place Problogger.net articles on the first page. For many keywords you will find his articles on the first 3 spots on the first page.
Just Google these keywords and see how Darren’s blog posts are proudly standing tall on Google’s 1st page!
1. Craft great blog post titles 2. Make money blogging 3. AdSense Tips for Bloggers
Google’s SEO policy simply states that “ You write for your readers and I will reward you with higher search engine positions. ”
Google always try to give the best possible user experience to it’s users, by improving the search quality. It never likes over-optimization, keyword stuffing or spammy links.
Have you noticed, even though his articles are very minimally SEO optimized, always appear on the 1st page of Google? This is possible only because he follows Google’s directives faithfully.
Always remember: Content is always king in the kingdom of www, and Google is ever ready to place your posts on the 1st page, if you produce high quality and unique contents, even though it is very little SEO optimized.
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