Dropship Tips: Google’s New Algorithm Calls for Better Content
If you are an ecommerce entrepreneur with a dropship
or other online business, you should take a little time to familiarize yourself with Google’s new algorithm if you haven’t already do so, to find out if you are passing or failing.
Why should this be important to you?
In the first place, with an online business, everything Google does is important to you! There is an oft repeated saying in the world of ecommerce that pretty well sums it up: “If you don’t exist with Google, you don’t exist.”
So, whatever changes Google makes to its algorithm should be of vital importance and interest to the savvy entrepreneur. Click Here For a FREE Ebook About How to Be Successful in Dropshipping!
The latest change is to reward quality over quantity when it comes to content. Frankly, if you are doing what you should be doing with the content for your dropship business, this should make you very happy.
Web business people who are already producing quality content that is interesting, informative, relevant and offering something of value to readers will almost certainly find that Google has given them a significant boost in SERPs, or Search Engine Results Pages.
On the other hand, those who have been slapping up scads of poor quality “articals” crammed with keywords will probably see their Google ranking nosedive.
By making these changes, Google has taken a giant leap toward making article farms a thing of the past.
Based on statistics, Google controls over two-thirds of the search market in the United States. So, ranking high in the Google search results can literally mean life or death to many businesses.
According to CNNMoney.com
, the online Publishers Association estimates that Google’s change in algorithm has shifted approximately $1 billion in annual revenue.
Some big article farms such as Mahalo laid off about 10% of its workforce right after Google made the change. The CEO of Mahalo said that the cuts were a result of "a significant dip in our traffic and revenue."
So, if you are cranking out tons of low quality articles for your dropship business---poorly written, bad spelling, ungrammatical and nonsensical---just to stuff each one with loads of keywords…..look out!
Google’s gonna get you!
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