Search Engine Question and Answer

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After spending a lot of time at AR and other real estate forums and blogs I see a lot of questions about SEO and search engine marketing. I see quite a few unique questions but I also see a lot of questions asked over and over again. The problem with AR and other fast moving sites is that a lot of information is buried and that leads to the same questions being asked and answered more than once. What I would like to do is set up this post as a place to ask any Search related questions you have. I will try to help out as much as I can and there are a number of qualified search marketing experts here that can provide good answers as well.

So, if you have a question about SEO, PPC, Social Media Marketing, or any other search related questions please ask here. Hopefully we can create a place where a new user can come and find the answers to many of their search engine questions in one place. So please, ask away.

 

 

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Rainer
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Michael (Mike) Elliott
Nottingham Real Estate Group - Hamilton, NJ

This is a chicken or the egg issue. Isn't it?

Nov 13, 2007 05:44 AM #1
Rainer
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Suzanne Horsburgh
Buy America Real Estate Services - Orange, CA

Thanks Mark, I would like that very much.

 

Suzanne

Nov 13, 2007 02:22 PM #2
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Rey Gallegos
Supreme Lending (NMLS ID #2129) - Las Vegas, NV
FHA, VA, Home Loans Las Vegas, NV
I would be interested in seeing that type of this but I think that that is what the group is for.  Also, SEO changes so frequestly that maybe it is good that the info is fresh.  I see what you are trying to do though.
Nov 14, 2007 09:20 AM #3
Rainer
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Mark Pilatowski
myClosingSPACE - Manhattan, NY
Yes, SEO changes quite a bit but the basics remain fairly constant. Many of the questions I see around here focus on basic SEO techniques that have been industry standards for years now. 
Nov 14, 2007 11:24 PM #4
Rainer
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Bonner Thomason
Keller Williams Realty - Kernersville, NC
CRS, ABR, GRI, e-Pro

I have have been on the SEO horse for some time. With the algorithms that Goggle inparticular there are inconsistency when following the ground rule. I recently removed some dead links and have fallen off the first page. As you can guess this leaves you scratching your head. It would be nice to have a quick reference to go back or when an agent is starting.

Bonner

Nov 15, 2007 12:26 AM #5
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Mark Pilatowski
myClosingSPACE - Manhattan, NY
Yeah, that's kind of what I want to do. As far as your concern your drop probably has nothing to do with the fact that you removed dead links. Google recently began lowering the PR of sites that were selling links and sites that utilized a lot of cross linking between their sites. This had the desired affect of forcing many sites to rework their link strategy. Even if you were not buying links many of the sites linking to you could have been scared off and either removed your links or no-followed them. This lowering your link juice and in turn your SERP positions. Without further research I can't tell if this is the case but it is a likely explanation due to the recent link debacle in Google.
Nov 15, 2007 01:01 AM #6
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