Affiliate Buzz #219 – Niche Vocabulary – Why Poor Content Can’t Hide in Google

Out of 13,600,000 indexed pages only 801 are displayed. Why?

In this edition of the Affiliate Buzz audio newsletter James Martell, successful publisher, speaker and author talks with Dr. Andy Williams from (opens in new window) about niche vocabulary and getting your content noticed on Google.

With new advancements in technology it has become relatively simple for anybody to get published online to share their thoughts and ideas. But getting noticed takes a bit more than putting pen to paper, or should I say finger to keyboard and hitting upload.

With the multitude of pages being published daily new and seasoned marketers alike need to be at the top of their game if they want Google to pick them up and rank them well enough to be seen. But what does it take to be at the top of your game in the eyes of Google? Who better to answer that question than two seasoned full time marketers who have been making a living online for 10 years.

Making Your Content Stand Out In the crowd

During this edition of the Buzz James and Andy build out just what it takes to get your content noticed online. Andy's recently published article "Niche Vocabulary - Why Poor Content Can't Hide in Google" on is at the heart of their discussion as they take you step-by-step through each aspect of building out a quality article that can stand the test of time and Google.

From detailed graphs to live examples you'll hear exactly how to build out your research and why. Handing an idea over to your writers without substance is likely going to end in an article that is bland, quickly forgotten or easily missed. But knowing how and what to research gives you the meat you need for a full, well remembered article.

To support the theory behind needing meat, primarily that built out using niche vocabulary, Andy emphasizes an example used in his article on a search query for epilepsy treatment. Out of the 13,600,000 indexed pages only 801 are displayed. Why? Because those articles stood the test of quality content visitors are after. Andy explains the correlation he found between niche vocabulary and indexing of these pages.

For some authors the task of seeking out niche vocabulary may be difficult to comprehend. That's why Andy designed the Web Content Studio tool, a tool that helps authors identify that much needed niche vocabulary to fill out your article content. With it you can design pages that are full of reliable information and niche vocabulary Google expects to see.

Listen to this edition of the Affiliate Buzz as James and Andy talk about:

  • Importance of niche vocabulary
  • How Google selects the pages to index
  • Tools for finding your niche vocabulary

Why continue throwing content online and hoping it will get picked up? It's time to take your online presence to the next level, find your niche vocabulary and make your content known.

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  1. Genie says:

    I have this problem also. And I am thinking of educating myself why this has been so. I am thinking of purchasing the tips here. Would follow up for some research on this. It really bugs people to get lesser result on numerous ways SEO guys are making.
    Genie Lasaro

  2. Brian Schmidt says:

    Hi James,

    Great interview. I have subscribed to Dr. A's newsletter for years now since I realised that he teaches many of the same principles that you do - quality content. It's nice to have one mentor's philosophy cooroborated by another trusted mentor. You both have so much to offer and you aren't in conflict with one another. It's really refreshing.


  3. Chris says:

    I seriously thought LSI and theme words was bogus, but looking at the videos on Andy's page it looks pretty legit. I can't wait to test it out on a couple keywords im targeting, it might be a theming issue not a backlink issue.


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