The SEO content creation company openly discusses Google’s treatment of press release distribution services (PRWEB) August 18, 2012 Today, Content Writing King released some brand new blog post writing.
Normally, they publish blog posts centered around giving advice to people interested in white hat search engine optimization. This new post is no different in that respect. However, this new post seems to show how a major search engine views press release distribution services.
Daniel Drew, the writer of this blog post, has given SEO content creation practitioners some shocking insight into the way a major search engine does business. In his blog post writing, Daniel explains the best ways to conduct SEO, through content creation. However, he expands upon this when explaining how much a major search engine detest press releases that use links that don’t use the “nofollow” HTML. He criticizes the fact that a major search engine would punish businesses who use press release distribution services, such as PR Web.
Vocus/PR Web is the a largest press release distribution service online, and a major search engine knows that, but a major search engines punishes users of this service who put links into their press releases because they don’t have a “nofollow” option.
In addition to this surprising report, Content Writing King has been working on improving every SEO content creation service they have. For example, they have been working on a case study to determine the best to implement video SEO. They are experimenting with FindSounds.com in addition to some new image creation methods.
However, they stipulate inclusion in the study, as well as minimum 50 video purchases. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.contentwritingking.com.