Why is it that no matter how much you try to monopolize the right strategies and techniques as suggested by what you read never works for your website? You may have done it the wrong way. What’s more, you may not have noticed that you have done a mistake that most major search engines really hate and will delete your website from their page rankings. Try to find out below what are the things that Google and other search engines ignore websites that are committing taboo in the Internet world.
Keyword stuffing – when the Internet was still improving its ways to accurately point to the right website when users search for something, one of the strategies they came up with was keywords. The bad thing about keywords that time was many websites abused the use of keywords. Instead of putting good and high quality content in a website, all they did was fill the entire page with the keywords that will give them a high page rank. Search engines found an algorithm to blacklist such websites, taking out their URL from the face of the Internet, never to be found again. If you intentionally repeat a group of words or phrase in order to manipulate page rankings will get you nowhere. You are sure to attract the attention of Google, but it will push you down to the lowest rank possible.
A copy of another is a taboo even when you were still attending classes during your school days. Wasn’t your teacher really against you copying your classmates’ work? The same can be said with your website. If you copy a content from another website, it is the perfect recipe for bringing your page rank down to the bottom of the list. You are not alone in this matter, though. Many websites have copied content when search engines perform searches. What makes it very frustrating is that you did not intend to copy a simple phrase from another website, only that the search engine saw the same content. What you need to do is to create an original content, which can be a daunting task but worth it. Do not make very long content, as your viewers will only find it tiring to read everything. As long as the content is yours, there are no problems.
Another method that Google and other major search engines ignore a lot is the overwhelming use of images, animated or not, even flash. Just the same time when keyword stuffing was at its finest, flash content was the king that time, too. Many websites that time would go out of their way to create the most amazing animation with the use of flash, when they are only eating up a lot of bandwidth, which seems to be very impractical knowing that download speeds that time were not the same as today. These days, Google and the rest of the search engines no longer include flash content as a part of their search. What they are looking for is 100 percent original, high quality content that is relevant to the search users are looking for.