The Wrong Way for Lawyers to Create Content

Today at AttorneyMarketing.com, David M. Ward wrote about creating content that’s “designed to bring you search engine traffic for a high ranking search term.” Specifically, he talks about writing a post on “how to find a good ___ attorney.” He even tells you what to discuss – referrals and search terms – and ends the post with: Once this post is published, as with the previ ...Read the full article

Thin content with little or no added value

Matt Cutts explains what it means if your site has a manual action labeled as "Thin content with little or no added value" and what you can do to fix it. Thin content with little or no added value: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/2604719 Find more webmaster resources at http://www.google.com/webmasters/