Which types content search engine love?

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  1. Athar

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    I want to know which types of content search engine like most, I mean current time there is variety of content such as Info-graphic, Memes, Article Writing, Press Release which is the best to get rank.
     
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    The answer is: great content that adds value, it trusted and authorative, provides answer to searched for queries and is informative and interesting.

    How you publish this content is irrelevant.
     
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    Understand your niche market, include the quality content in it. Don't share things that is very general, to Google, as long as you have answer the question then you are giving quality content.
     
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    The content That adds value to customers is the right content. Blogs, Articles, Infographics, PPT and Docs. everything is good and valuable if it is made with the right purposes not just for ranking.
     
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    All of these content formats can be done, unless it is of high-quality & provides valuable information to the user. You should work on these formats consistently to actually see results.
     
  6. Joseph.Shivell

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    So, you're saying it shouldn't be high quality, and should not provide valuable information? Actually, the opposite is true. The search engines want searchers to get the best, most accurate, information they can.
     
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    No, you have misunderstood. I meant it should be high-quality & valuable.
     
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    That may have been what you meant, but that's not what you said. By using the word "unless", instead of "if", in your original post, it now means the opposite of what you originally wanted to say. You have to be very careful when giving advice, especially when talking about SEO. There are many practitioners who consider themselves experts who consistently give the wrong advice, or advice that once was good, but no longer is. In this case, using the word "unless" makes your original advice wrong, but what you meant to say was the right advice.
     

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