So here is the thing — the content is so good in this pack, that I thought I would just publish excerpts from one of the 10 pieces for you. This particular article hits on something that is important to me — the fact that PageRank is meaningless.
Now, normally I edit PLR before I publish it and I also add my own voice. To edit this PLR, I probably would have added an intro (sort of like what I am doing here), some data based on my own experience, and maybe an affiliate link to Josh Spaulding's Utlimate Link Building Report or similar. I would have also added information about the Title Tag (which is very important for SEO).
But I just wanted you to see the raw thing here so you could understand the quality you can get from Nicole. So, the below is excerpt from the article is unedited.
So — you should get three things from the below article
1. PageRank is not meaningful (and Meta tags are no longer relevant)
2. Content is king
3. Nicole's PLR is really really good.
P.S. — If you happen to buy some PLR from Nicole — don't forget about the bonus that I am offering.
SEO Mistake: Obsessing Over Meta Tags or Your Site’s Google PageRank
Meta tags are so 1995.
Even so, you’ll still find a few web designers, programmers and unscrupulous SEO “professionals” who’ll insist that, in order to optimize your site for the search engines, you need to fill your keyword and description meta tags with all your relevant keywords (and then some) – and keep an eye on your PageRank.
Stop the presses!
If you’re new to this search engine optimization business, you probably have no idea what a meta tag or PageRank is. Here are a couple of definitions, just for you:
Meta Tag: These are tags placed in the head of your HTML pages that give the visitor’s browser, or the search engine spider, information about the page. Two mid-90s search engines, Infoseek (now defunct) and AltaVista (now owned by Yahoo!), first popularized the keywords tag, which they used to determine what each page on a website was about.
However, by 1997, search engines realized that spammers were misusing the tag to make pages rank for terms that were completely irrelevant to the page’s content. Search engines completely stopped supporting keyword meta tag information by 2002.
Meta tags are not going to ensure that your page ranks in the top 10 for your keyword phrases. And PageRank is not an accurate measure of where your page appears in the SERPs for your keyword phrases.
You’re better off spending your time writing quality content, developing relationships with the owners of high ranking sites in your industry or relevant industries and making sure your site is search engine friendly.
Even better, spend time getting to know your customers or site visitors and find out what terms they use to search, what they are looking for when they arrive at your site and what they think you can do to improve their experiences while browsing your site.
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