I'm wondering about the usefulness of the SEO mantra, "Write quality content." While this encourages people to your site, does it encourage them to do business with you? Might it even have a negative consequence? For instance, Tons of great information for small businesses, lots of great advice on gaining SEO rank, link promotion, and how to promote your small business on the net. I've gone through his articles, and I read his email newsletter every week. While his advice has been beneficial to me, I've never encountered any proposition by Wilson Web that's so compelling, enticing me into a purchase. I can imagine this scenario repeated ten of thousands of times each day, in ten of thousands of different ways. When the quality content is constructed, prospects then consume it, are fully satisfied, and then never conduct further business with your website. I'm wondering if anyone else has a sense of this notion? Does composing quality content just result in a bunch of low quality prospects who only want to pick your brain and never write you a check in return?