Google’s Recent Core Update May Help Workers Comp Blogs And Other Insurance Bloggers.
Good News Travels Fast On Workers Comp Blogs
Google gives medical Workers Comp Blogs a thumbs-up this week. Now maybe a great time to start that Workers Comp blog . A medical-insurance-type blog would likely now be the best recommendation for a worker’s comp blog thanks to Google.
Workers Comp Blogs may have been given a boost by Google’s recent core update. The recent update given the name Google Medic by SEO bloggers seems to have given more credence to Workers Comp blogs (and other insurance blogs) by recognizing and re-ranking good content.
The medic update does seem to have increased the rankings of medical blogs – hence the name Medic. Medical-based bloggers may find their articles ranking much more highly – good for them.
How do I know this?
For months and years, I have struggled to get this website’s articles to have higher Google and Bing rankings. The greatest advice I ever received was actually from the Matt Cutts (Google Spam Man) videos. It was the basic idea of – build it and they will come, or just produce the content, link it properly, and it will pay dividends.
I recently noticed many articles climbing the rankings for workers’ compensation keywords. The keywords took a jump recently – within the past week. My blog consultants – yes I have two- have worked diligently over the last two years in getting the most informative articles to rank so that Google and Bing searchers can find them more easily.
Of course, there was a commercial aspect to ranking highly in Google and Bing searches. However, to date, after 11 years, you will see no ads anywhere on the blog or the website.
Bottom line – If you have some type of medically related subject, you may want to start cranking out the articles. WordPress (what we use) makes the job much easier. Grammarly will help you greatly with proofreading (what we use).
Content looks to be back on top for now. Many spammy commercially based websites and blogs may see their rankings reduced in the next two weeks, if not already.
The final effect for workers comp blogs should be seen in about six months.
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