Freelancers Could Pay As Google Prepares Googlegeddon II
Although speculation currently, numerous unconfirmed rumors around the web point towards Google changing up search algorithms in what could be coined as Googlegeddon II. That's right. No matter how great your writing skills are, no matter how perfect you believe your website's links to be, the search giant intends to ameliorate you. This means one of two important things: inauspicious websites will be permanently whacked, or freelance writing professionals will become the hottest commodity since Gold Rush days. Of course, this means you'll probably need to refine your writing style to adjust to what Google wants to see if your goal is simply to appease clientele; should your writing be genuinely writing and not copy my writing, you will probably not feel the effects of Googlegeddon II.
Search engines have to evolve much like technology itself; fighting the attempts of freelance webmasters who spend hours propagating illegitimate search rankings has to be stopped, and quickly. What does this mean to Aunt Betty sitting at home searching for 'Wienerschnitzel'? She'll actually get in touch with German food, and not some raunchy porn advertisement. Freelancers that are hired to perform tasks such as build massive links to websites and write content for marketing purposes will have to work double-time, if Google has their say, in making sure client content, imagery and all links in and out are legitimate, have some worthwhile purpose and don't violate plagiarism laws. This task could heavily favor the freelancer willing to take the responsibility as the prices for hiring these individuals could increase; it could also thwart the entire growth of home-based writers, programmers and optimization professionals as many unsavvy webmasters may choose to do the work themselves.Continued on the next page