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December 1, 2008

I’m digging into Google’s SearchWiki and what it means for content I write. (A quick definition from Wikipedia: SearchWiki is a Google search feature which allows logged-in users to annotate and re-order search results.)

Read this from Joe Hunt at SearchNewz for why I’m looking forward to this new tool:
“In my opinion this means that SearchWiki will inadvertently help create a rise in the value of SEO. It will also force SEOs to be more focused on relevant high quality content.”

So, keywords continue to rule. However, infomative, relative content is still the backbone for any online communication.

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