WP Mage Monster 2012
Will Mage Monster work in 2012?
It’s been a while now since Greg Jacobs had closed Mage Monster to the general public via the homepage wpmage.com
Greg had stated in one of the insider videos that he may reopen WP Mage Monster in 2012. Most people aren’t aware that I’ve found a little known back door entrance which allows the lucky ones who get there in time to actually buy the software without having to wait until WP Mage Monster is made available again to the whole world!
Simply click the link in the right sidebar or click ” Mage Monster Back Door Access Here!”
Mage Monster should continue to work well in 2012 and far into the future because as I’d just recently learned, Google has done more recent updates to its’ algorithm which you can read more about here. This information is right from the proverbial “horse’s mouth”!
Some of the reasons why I’m so optimistic are as follows; as stated on the Official Google Blog:
- “Fresher and more complete blog search results: We made a change to our blog search index to get coverage that is both fresher and more comprehensive. Giving you fresher, more recent search results.
Search results, like warm cookies right out of the oven or cool refreshing fruit on a hot summer’s day, are best when they’re fresh. Even if you don’t specify it in your search, you probably want search results that are relevant and recent.” …more
You see, when your Mage Monster blogs drip feed content, they’re doing EXACTLY what Google is looking for! Great for rankings in Google don’t you think?
- “More comprehensive indexing: This change makes more long-tail documents available in our index, so they are more likely to rank for relevant queries.”
- “Better page titles in search results by de-duplicating boilerplate anchors: We look at a number of signals when generating a page’s title. One signal is the anchor text in links pointing to the page. We found that boilerplate links with duplicated anchor text are not as relevant, so we are putting less emphasis on these. The result is more relevant titles that are specific to the page’s content.”
Folks, this is a no-brainer. Google is focusing more on titles & page content than just “boiler plate” anchor text links as signals they use to decide which pages will rank for a given search term.
- “Related query results refinements: Sometimes we fetch results for queries that are similar to the actual search you type. This change makes it less likely that these results will rank highly if the original query had a rare word that was dropped in the alternate query. For example, if you are searching for [rare red widgets], you might not be as interested in a page that only mentions “red widgets.”“
PERFECT for Mage sites!!!!! Remember, your posts are laser targeted!
Start building Mage Monster blogs as soon as you can. The traffic will come.