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The NY Times Gets Good SEO

Posted on 5.07.2007
John Andrews has a good post today on how the New York times is flexing its SEO muscle and dominating the Google search result pages by utilizing their vast archive of content. According to Andrews, "Each “article” is re-purposed on a clean, CSS-driven text page, clearly dated TODAY and not-co-clearly labeled as “originally published” back in 1997, 1998, or whatever all the way back to 1981. Of course cross-referenced, categorized, sub-categorized, ad-infinitum."

This should probably act as motivation to follow the guidelines presented in our latest feature article "Building Blocks: The ABC's of SEO". I hate to tell you I told you so, but...
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