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April 22nd, 2009 | Search Engine Optimization, Yahoo Store Extras, Yahoo Store Tips


SEO Experiment: Yahoo Store Traction

Posted on April 22nd, 2009 by Matt Sampson - Colorado Web Solutions

Be sure to read the follow up post for this experiment with the results here!

For the last few months, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) has been on everyone’s minds because it’s the best way to save money on your online advertising spend. Good SEO work can eventually take the place of many of your paid terms right now and lead to substantial savings. We have been talking to a lot of customers about our 15seo.com program (http://www.15seo.com) and one of the questions that keeps coming up is “how long does it take to get indexed?” That answer varies from site to site, it really depends on a huge number of variables (including the quality of your site), but it got me thinking… how fast is Google at indexing? How long does it take for a page to get listed from a reputable and well indexed site?

Initial yahoo store traction search 4-22-09So, I decided to do an experiment. I have no idea how this will go, it could be a total bust :), but, I have found a term that, when placed in quotes, returns no results on google. That term is “yahoo store traction“.  What I’ve decided to do is post a blog entry right now that contains the term Yahoo Store Traction. I’ll type it a few different ways and I’ve also included it in the title of the post. I’m not going to go overboard, but I am going to make sure that I get that term mentioned a decent number of times. Once that’s been published, I’ll start searching every hour or so in Google for that exact term “yahoo store traction” and we’ll see how long it takes to get listed.

Why am I doing this? What’s my point? It’s very simple. Each and every one of our subscribers at 15SEO.com receives tips and advice from us on a monthly basis. The number one thing we suggest is changing and adding content to the site. In Sentences. At Colorado Web Solutions, we know the incredible importance of fresh content, but now we will have a way to prove it.

Hopefully, in the next few days if anyone happens to search for “yahoo store traction”, they will get a result and it will be ours.

Additional Levels of Interest: When this post is published, it will also be posted to our Facebook Page and our Twitter account. I’m curious to know if those will eventually be indexed by google or if a search for yahoo store traction will only generate results from within those platforms. We’ll see!

OK, it is time to publish and start the race for these Yahoo Store Traction terms. I’ll keep you updated as soon as I have some data to post. It is 9:45 am (Mountain Time) on April 22, 2009.

Stay tuned for more about Yahoo Store Traction –

Matt Sampson
CEO
Colorado Web Solutions
http://www.coloradowebsolutions.com

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