Pushing the SEO Envelope
If you are interested in blog posts containing a word soup of gobbledygook you have come to the right place! Just check out some of the other posts on this site. Sadly, I do not possess the content creation skills that other contributors to this blog seem to possess. In other words, I fear that my writing will be a bit more coherent. With that acknowledgment, I do however feel that my content is of the same spirit as the other content on this blog. Allow me to explain.
You see, the purpose of this blog is not so much to deliver content to an actual reader as it is to be content that exists. This content serves the purpose of optimizing the content for another website. In this case, that other website is a company that specializes in SEO Salt Lake City. By creating content on this website with a specific number of words (typically between 300 and 500) which also contains 2 links to the optimized webpage along with specific keywords and a picture of some sort, this all serves to make the optimized website more popular to search engine web bots.
The company specializing in Utah SEO knows that when website B links to website A in combination with all those other factors listed in the previous paragraph, the website A will be ranked higher in the search engine listings when the key words are used as search terms. The logic behind this is that the number of links to a particular website is a measure of how popular or relevant it is on the web. Accordingly, to a certain extent it does not matter what the referring website’s content actually is or even if anyone actually reads it. All that matters is that the content not appear to be obvious spam. So kudos to the other posts on this blog for pushing the envelope as far as it can be pushed in that regard.