Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
It is true that many (and major) SEO companies have grown complacent during the last years and that they have been optimizing for search engines in ways that are not very Googthodox.
However, this month a new announcement came from Google and the phrase which is now terrifying the World Wide Web is ‘you don’t want the next Penguin update’, uttered by Matt Cutts, Google specialist in SEO issues.
While nobody knows what he really means, Fiona Lewis and many other internet marketing experts are already wondering about the future of SEO companies who have been cheating their ways into good rankings.
The update has already received several nicknames such as ‘Googageddon’ or ‘carnage’, but the latter seems to resonate the most with people. When asked about her opinion on this denomination, Ms Lewis answered, “It will be carnage for many companies and business owners. I feel sorry especially for the businesses that pay good money to slack SEO companies who didn't see this coming.”
According to Ms Lewis, SEO companies have about three months to get things straight with their practices before their clients will start noticing problems. Fiona Lewis puts the blame on the SEOers who have been lazily crawling their clients’ websites to the top: “The worst part is that they have been doing bad practise for so long and were lazy, and business owners trust the SEO companies are doing the right thing.”
What seems to be the end of many SEO companies, will be, however, a good thing for those using Google as their search engine. It is predicted that Google will show random or unexpected results which will not affect the everyday user, but it will affect a website’s ranking.
In a nutshell, while internet users will not suffer from this update, it is the SEO companies and their clients who will have to deal with the consequences.
Ms Lewis highlights the importance of having a “real business, with real influence, that interacts with its clients – real people – and is active online. I admit that at sometimes this new approach to SEO can be a bit frustrating and I am sure that many internet marketers will pass through some hard times switching to these new methods. I’m already doing everything Google wants, but that doesn’t mean that I can pull my hair down and relax. SEO will never be about laziness and relaxation.”
About Fiona Lewis
She is a best-selling author and award winning entrepreneur who triumphantly demonstrated the power of internet resources. Being a former teacher, she faced the great challenge of having to ensure an income while staying at home, thing which ambitioned her to completely change her lifestyle to the better. When a family tragedy placed even more importance on her earning ability, she knew that something had to change, dramatically.
As a lover of technology, Ms Lewis combined her passions with high level training from proven online business specialists, to create her own successful digital marketing consultancy.
Three years later, she is now teaching other business owners and entrepreneurs how to start their own businesses online through the Ultimate Web Blueprint Workshop.