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Blog’s matter more than ever!

Google buzz seems like just another social network, but it is not particularly for bloggers. If you do not use Google Reader the implications are pretty hard to understand. It might seem obvious that more eyeballs will = more readers. I know there are many bloggers that don’t care about how many readers they have… but some blogs are part of what is known as an SEO (Search Engine Optimization) effort by organizations. If this is the case than buzz is possibly the most important social network out there for you.

Google has their search Algorithm, and it constantly changes adjust and moves. The theory is that they want to cut down on the noise… by doing changing their equation they are attempting to avoid this complaint about search engines…

It appears that Buzz has been added to Google’s equation… Buzz allows Google to track top blogs and lower the ranking of SEO blog schemes (not real blogs, just random keywords with links). Google reader integrates a formerly random sharing feature that automatically buzzes a blog. The more a blog gets buzzed, the higher that  Blog ranks on the search engine.  In short your content and your audience wanting to share that content is more important than ever. I suggest looking for ways to increase interest and interactions from your audience to increase your share rate.

I know this wasn’t a blog review but its the combination of 2 blogs I wrote @ nostrum

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  1. March 13, 2010 at 1:13 am

    I totally believe this to be true. I guess Buzz is just Google’s one more step to make their search results even better. Search Manipulation becomes easier for big websites.

  2. March 29, 2010 at 6:09 pm

    I don’t think its a bad thing… its hard to control millions of users or even make a dent with bots on social media. Particularly if social clout is take into consideration when counting links.

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