FreeJournal - is an online community where everyone publishes content that interests them.
FreeJournal users are united by one goal - to make the Internet better!
The internet - is a weedy field. In the search engine results, we go through dozens of sites in search of the information we need.
We see a lot of the same information that is simply copied from one source to hundreds of other sites. We also see sites that lack useful information or content.
You posted a great video or wrote a quality article that might be useful to many users. But no one sees your content, you have 1-2 views at best. And it's not just you, everyone has such a problem, and this discourages the desire to create quality content.
The programmers who create sites with automatically generated content are not to blame. Quality content is unprofitable to create because it costs money. Programmers do not create content, but programmers know how to create a product that itself searches, formats, changes content - in fact, generates it. The quality of this content is poor. Robots create content for robots, not people. There are also various tricks that can mislead the search engine algorithms in order to get the link to the site as high as possible in the search engine results.
Programmers create many cool tools that can make our life much easier. After a great trip, we would like to share our impressions of the super location or hotel. But in search of software tools, we get a bunch of viruses, and in search of an interesting hotel, we see nothing besides links to Booking.
We do not consume the most useful foodstuffs because we need to reduce the cost of the production process, and the situation is the same with information.
The Internet - is not only a big store, it is also a source of quality content, it is just at the very bottom of this swamp. Authors of quality content do not know how to make this content appear on the surface, and those who know how to do it do not create it. Search engines and services are constantly improving their algorithms in order to solve this problem, but this algorithm can always be fooled. Only a human can distinguish quality content and help search engines and services bring authors to the surface.
You found a cool YouTube channel like TOPLES . The content is very high quality, it takes a lot of time and effort to create each video. But this is now, because there is someone to create this content for, the channel has 3.71 million subscribers. The first videos were significantly weaker. Bigger audience means more funding, more team and more professionals.
You found a cool YouTube channel like Expedia. The content is very high quality, it takes a lot of time and effort to create each video. But this is now, because there is someone to create this content for, the channel has 925 thous. subscribers. The first videos were significantly weaker. Bigger audience means more funding, more team and more professionals.
Let's imagine that this channel has only 10 thousand subscribers. How can other subscribers know about its existence? They also want to watch quality content. And you also want to find other quality channels that are still somewhere at the bottom of the service, since they have a small audience. They will grow up only after a few years, if they continue to do this by then.
We need to help these authors. To do this, you need to create an article and post their video that you liked the most, also add a short description. The search robot will see this video on the site and will show this content in the search results. The description and title will allow him to understand what search queries the user needs to link to this content. So the user will see this content, each view and each subscriber will raise the author and his channel to a higher level. This principle is embedded in every algorithm, if people are watching, then this content is good.
Also with other types of content, such as music, mobile applications, any programs or even games ...
You can create articles by copying content from other sources, but link to these sources so that the search engine will lift them up in the search results. More links from other sources - more link mass.
The link mass - is the entire set of links leading to a particular site, taking into account their quantity and quality. Promotion largely depends on this parameter: the optimal volume of high-quality links of various types increases the position in the search results.
Links were no longer a key ranking factor a decade ago, but they are still significant, just now quality, not quantity, has come to the fore in importance. During the existence of the site, users learn about it, recommend it on other resources or on social networks, forming a natural link mass.
These are all part of building page authority and site authority - these are semi-mythical metrics that are used by the search engine. They affect the ranking and position of the site in the search results.
It is believed that the authority of the site is more important for Google. It determines the value of the site pages and links from it. The higher the authority of the site, the more credibility Google shows. The same principles are embedded in the search algorithms of other services and work with other types of content.
The main idea of -FreeJournal is to give impetus to quality content.
Help search algorithms distinguish quality content, authors get their users, and users get their authors.
FreeJournal volunteers - are stalkers who scout unknown paths of the Internet in search of something interesting.
How to place links correctly you can read here