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Improve SEO Publishing with edocr
Jan 1, 2021: In order to take advantage of SEO with edocr, you must
be a paid Premium or approved Philanthropic user. If you have not
been approved, edocr will not submit your edocr document to be
indexed by Google or Bing crawlers.
Further, when your Premium Account or trial version expires, new
shares will no longer be marked for submission to search engines
and older shares are subject to deletion. To take full advantage of
edocr for SEO, YOU MUST REMAIN A PREMIUM ACCOUNT.
Use our Help link to contact us for more information about our
various Premium Plans, including our free education and charity
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May 2018: Welcome to "Improve SEO via edocr 201"! In 2015 we
published "Improve SEO via edocr 101", which was written just after the
rebranding and relaunch of edocr.com. “Improve SEO via edocr 101” was
designed to assist with information on maximizing SEO for your content on
“Improve SEO via edocr 201” is a follow-up blog post that gives you
updated information on edocr and new steps you’ll need to take for to SEO
What has changed? Our success is off the charts for one thing, but much of
the submitted content is, let's just say, not so useful. For the last three
years or so we have monitored the content. The monitoring process
involved a manual 'thumbs-down' procedure to rejected content or authors
who placed unsavory content on our site.
This process assumed content was reputable and good until we saw an
issue. With the explosive growth that we have seen we are now getting
over 75,000 documents submitted to our site a month, and this number is
steadily going upwards!
In fairness to our many publishers and authors using edocr for branding,
SEO and other marketing uses, we are changing how we approve content
on the edocr site. Instead of allowing content to be posted and immediately