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I got an email from Jonathan Leger last week that really made me stand up and take notice. To even suggest that ranking in Google was really NOT that hard sounded like a laughable proposition.
How many times have you read one guru or another practically telling you that you should just buy Pay Per Click advertising because ranking in Google is so hard and takes so long that you’ll go broke before you make any money from organic traffic?
It’s enough to make a relative newcomer like myself just throw up his hands and give up!!!
The email said:
“Jonathan Leger has released a new free report that completely obliterates the following myths about Google (and then goes on to show you what DOES work):
Myth #1: Google Knows All and Sees All
Myth #2: Google Will Not Rank Duplicate Content
Myth #3: You Must Get Links From Related Subject Sites to Rank
Myth #4: Your Site Must Focus On One Subject To Rank
Myth #5: High PageRank Means Good Rankings
Myth #6: To Maintain Good Rankings, You Must Add New Content
MYTH #7: THE BIGGEST MYTH: Ranking In Google Is Hard!
And did I mention he’ll pay you for referring other people to this
powerful free report? And that he’ll pay you for anyone THEY refer
OK. It got my attention. I downloaded his Search Engine Myths Exposed report and tore into because I was sure there had to be a catch.
What I found was 49 pages of well researched and documented reporting disproving all seven of the myths that we’ve all heard at one time or another.
The most shocking for me was that your site DOESN’T have to focus on one subject to rank. I’ve always tried to include content that was not necessarily “on-topic” in my postings and I’m glad to read that it’s not costing me to do that.
Jonathan Leger has been somebody I’ve followed since Lynn Terry at clicknewz.com put me on to him and I have not once been disappointed with his work.
Do yourself a favor and check out this report here and stop worrying about the unimportant stuff and concentrate on making some money instead.
[tags]duplicate content, internet marketing, ranking in google[/tags]