SEOPartner Announces Positive Ranking Results for July's First Week

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As 2012's third quarter kicks in, Internet marketing expert James Schramko reports steady results for search engine optimization division SEOPartner as SEO businesses experience a break from Google's major algorithm updates.

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The Results page shows substantial improvement in the rankings of various sites, thanks to SEOPartner's high quality content creation and distribution service packages, with some sites previously ranked beyond page 50 jumping to page 1 positions.

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With the uproar from the recent changes caused by some search ranking algorithms changes stabilizing, SuperFastBusiness CEO James Schramko reports positive results for SEOPartner, the company's dedicated search engine optimization division, for the first week of July 2012. In the company's latest traffic SEO news update video, he announces that the significantly “quiet” week for the Internet business scene has helped the company pinpoint better web marketing strategies and learn more about the processes involved in maintaining the high quality SEO services which SEO Partner is known for.

Hiring new people and forming good teams are key to improving overall effectiveness, and the results have been favourable for the Internet experts as of late. Some of the recent SuperFastBusiness press releases have been syndicated nicely, as well. "Our accounts are stable, and the results that are coming through are fantastic," the Australian-based CEO announces. "Check it out at SEOPartner.com/results." The Results page shows substantial improvement in the rankings of various sites, thanks to SEOPartner's high quality content creation and distribution service packages, with some sites previously ranked beyond the top 50 pages easily jumping to prized page 1 positions.

To get better SEO results, according to the Australia-based Internet expert, it is important to rotate keywords and target phrases used each month. Focusing all optimization efforts onto just one anchor phrase is unwise and ineffective. In his news update video, Schramko compared two graphs depicting two different sites, with one noticeably optimizing just one target phrase while the other, more successful site optimizes a number of key phrases.

"What you want to do is…optimize for a number of different phrases, especially related phrases, to your market. And in some cases, just the anchor text to your site or some unrelated phrases would look more natural. So balance it around," Schramko explains. By naturally distributing the different key phrases that a site is ranking for, companies can maximize optimization and establish even, balanced results.

To enable Internet marketers to check the performance of their target phrases, Schramko recommends using Ahrefs. This tool can help companies examine their site and even compare it with other sites. The presented graphs exhibit whether a company has been overly optimizing particular phrases, which can be extremely helpful in warning companies to redistribute their phrases before they get penalized by search engines.

To wrap up his news update, Schramko encouraged Internet companies to focus on creating good content and reaping the corresponding rewards. "Put something nice on your website and get some social sharing happening," the SEO expert ends.

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