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What is real-time content and can I make it SEO-friendly?
Posted By Marketwired On July 12, 2010 @ 4:58 pm In IR/PR | 4 Comments
There’s been some confusion as to what real-time content really is, so let me help clarify: Real-time content happens when there is no delay between the time you type/write and the time you publish. It’s an immediate response to a comment or question. Think Twitter. What is not real-time content are blogs. A blogger usually ponders, writes, then posts; therefore, the response time is not as immediate or instantaneous.
That said, how is real-time content optimized for search engines? Because of it’s instantaneous nature, is it even possible? Definitely! Here are a few tips to make sure your real-time content is SEO-friendly and searchable:
Whatever content you publish — whether it’s through Twitter or your blog — you want people to find it, in which case, it should always be SEO-friendly, or searchable on search engines. It’s safe to presume that posts on your blog will be indexed in search engines as most content management system platforms like WordPress are built to do just that.
How has real-time content affected the way your company markets? What are your thoughts on real-time SEO?
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