Wouldn’t it be great if you could get 21 of the best SEO professionals in the world together and find out what they think is most important to your success with SEO. Well wish no more! By this article has some gems! http://www.seomoz.org/blog/21-seo-leaders-share-their-best-seo-career-advice
This article goes into real depth on what it takes to rank well in Google. Unusually the author has a lot of actual data to back up his points. The beginning of the article talks about ranking highly with a new article without any links or very few. The key is that by getting influential people to share your content, you can get about a week at the top of Google which should be enough time for the content to start attracting links of its own. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/seomoz/~3/fo2ZLvEl1ys/the-impact-of-authoritative-links-mentions-and-shares-on-rankings
There is no point writing content if it doesn’t get your visitors to take some action.
These 8 points will not only entice your visitors in but will also force them to take action.
Is your market in more than one country? If it is, you may want to run PPC campaigns in a different language. How the hell do you even start the second campaign though.
Here are some things to get you started and get you thinking.
Duplicate content can kill your rankings but it isn’t always easy to spot. Just having 2 different URLs pointint to the same page is classed as duplicate content.
The article below clears the whole thing up.