SEOs are realising that quality content really will make the difference as Google continues to refine its algorithm.
Lancaster, Lancashire, UK (PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Copify, one of the world's leading providers of SEO copywriting services have reported an increase in orders following Google's recent Panda update. The latest tweak to the search engine's algorithm saw 'low quality' sites punished, which means that SEOs are having to broaden their backlink profiles in order to achieve those sought after rankings.
One of the hardest hit sectors has been article distribution sites, with portals such as Ezine Articles seeing a decline in traffic following the update. As a result of this, links from such sites have been devalued, which means that SEOs are now diversifying and seeking links from other sources of content. Copify Director Martin Harrison explains:
“Following the Panda update, we have seen a surge in copywriting jobs being posted on the site. The crackdown on Ezine and other article sites means that there is an increased demand for a more diverse range of content, especially blogs and press releases.”
“SEOs are realising that quality content really will make the difference as Google continues to refine its algorithm.”
Copify has processed over 1400 jobs since its launch in February 2010 and names a host of leading SEO agencies among its clients. The site has over 150 registered copywriters, many of whom have marketing and journalism qualifications.
With content starting from just £0.03 per word, Copify is much cheaper than the rates charged by many freelance copywriters. Clients can either make their job available to a pool of writers, or place a direct order with a writer of their choice. The site prides itself on delivering content quickly, with an average turnaround of just 1.5 days.
For a limited time, Copify are offering a £10 voucher to all new customers. To avail of this offer, enter voucher code 'PANDA' at the point of payment.