103bees search engine optimization?

Posted on 26 October 2010 by SEOman from Seattle

Has anyone has success using 103bees for increasing search engine traffic and if so how?

Originally posted 2010-10-26 01:18:12. Go Home page

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Micheal S Says:

    I personally do not see any really good ways to use 103bees.com as a traffic generator or SEO tool, except maybe to see what is the funniest search queries that webmasters are encountering. I like the one where they want to know how to become a condom tester…

    That would be a good job to have!

    Sorry, I digress.

    The posts and comments on the blog are good SEO, as long as they are not using “no follow” tags.

    The best SEO tactics are using social networks, blogs, link directories and squidoo.

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  2. VicSEO Says:

    I agree somewhat with the other forum member’s evaluation of 103bees.com. The approach of 103bees and its emphasis on manipulations is very limited. I favor direct SEO strategies involving not merely entries and their manipulation, but the initial keyword entries placed within the metatag on the opening webpage of a website.</p> <p>Good luck!

  3. memetrader Says:

    The previous answerer’s obviously don’t understand your question.

    103bees (and other products like it e.g. HitTail http://www.hittail.com/ ) allow you to see the long tail of search which is very well explained here http://www.seo-blog.com/long-tail-search.php

    Essentially what you do is mine your server logs for the referers search terms and then write fresh content based on what you find. A very useful strategy if you are promoting your site in the search engines.

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