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17 Types of Content That Google Will Eat Up

February 19, 2013
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Interviews: Google rewards those who publish great content for their users. An easy way to publish such content is to interview experts within your industry and publish the interviews—which needn't be done in person. ... The benefits of interviewing experts are several: The experts would likely link back to you; your users will trust you because they trust the experts; Google will trust you if you have correct coding in place for them to see co-author citation. ... You will benefit most if you use rel=author tags in your site and you ask your guest bloggers to add...

 

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