How much website content affect SEO?

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How much website content affect SEO?
« on: 04-27-2017, 01:09:34 »
Is poor content or no content affect SEO ranking on Google?

I can't add any more content to this website, can I create a blog? will it help?


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Re: How much website content affect SEO?
« Reply #1 on: 04-27-2017, 06:55:40 »
If your content is of poor quality or copyscape and thin content then no use of it for your site despite your site rankings degraded. All your efforts will loss. Do posting a week and with best quality and with fine amount of words.

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Re: How much website content affect SEO?
« Reply #2 on: 11-18-2017, 01:21:32 »
The substance maker may believe it's sufficient to utilize the majority of a similar duplicate, and simply change the name of the state or city they are focusing on. And keeping in mind that that would unquestionably be advantageous, it jumbles your site with pages that are fundamentally the same.Google has been attempting to take action against copy content with a retribution, and many locales have been punished for having indistinguishable duplicate both inside their destinations and with different locales.

Being punished by Google is an enormous issue, since it instantly influences your capacity to appear in internet searcher comes about when potential clients look for organizations like yours.

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Re: How much website content affect SEO?
« Reply #3 on: 11-18-2017, 11:00:26 »
Content per page and overall website content are two entirely different matters. Overall, Google is more impressed with websites that have a lot of content — provided it is well organized, has strong internal navigation, and meets other Google quality criteria. Having deep content on a website sends a signal to Google crawlers that you are an expert in your field, and have a lot of useful information for organic search engine users interested in learning more about your products and services.

Adding long-form content tends to improve website authority with Google. Examples:

White papers
E-books
1500-word+ articles


Long-form content, in addition to bulking up the authority of your website, serves another important SEO purpose — attracting high-quality, relevant backlinks. Other websites in your industry are much more likely to link to your informative article than a product/service page of your website. Taking it a step further, your website’s long-form content can be adapted by the SEO team for outreach campaigns, such as marketing embeddable content.

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Re: How much website content affect SEO?
« Reply #4 on: 11-19-2017, 09:59:07 »
well research content help you in ranking lot of content give you big index yes it's help you rank in well
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