Friday, March 16, 2007

Ituloy AngSulong: Death of Linkbaiting Through Juicy Content

From the start of the Ituloy AngSulong contest here most of the Philippine webmasters battled for the prestige of winning the most prestigious SEO contest ever to air in the Philippine SEO community, i suspected that something out of the contest would arise to suffer and i preempted it to be something related to linkbaiting through juicy contents। This link building contest is one of the best ways to show off the link building techniques that a webmaster can do in the web today. Since link building is the most important factor in any SEO contest in gaining the popularity that a registered site needs, i assumed that the Ituloy AngSulong contest would let out the best contents and at the same time the least important ones. The juice of the contents will be one of the first to suffer and the first to ignite popularity in terms of linkbaiting. Also since most of the contest registrants are blog sites, then, content is really of relevance and utmost priority.

Linkbaiting is by the way the terms of getting the links that a site needs in order to gain page importance and site trust from search engines. If link baiting through providing juicy contents is the way by which a blog site or any other site gets the linkbaiting links that it needs to gain the page importance in order to gain rankings in the SERP of search engines, then i can simply conclude that these juicy contents are gone in some ways because most sites are in the process of experimenting in terms of keyword density, most of the contest registrants would go for the spammy keyword repetitions on their contents and i say i have seen lots of it. This led me to believe that linkbaiting through juicy contents is gone.

Of course i cannot simply say that all of it is on its way to the brink of extinction, it just, if i may say, contribute to the growing population of putting spammy contents in most blogs and since i have seen many doing or following this trend and gained popularity, and respect from search engines, then the followers of spammy and the not so juicy contents of linkbaiting is growing support this way.


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