Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) June 09, 2013
According to a recent announcement at Mashable by the cofounder of Contently, Shane Snow, Search Optimization is now playing second fiddle to content marketing. According to Shane, as Search Engines become smarter, SEO devoid of quality content will no longer work in 2013.
Shane, who owns a highly successful content marketing platform, made this announcement after conducting a thorough research on how search engines, especially Google, ranks pages and how this trend has changed in the last five years.
According to Shane, in 2007, there was nothing as ‘mysterious as SEO’. The recent algorithm changes have however taken the wind off the sails of many a successful SEO company, with many proclaiming that search engines can no longer be gamed and thus it’s no use getting into SEO.
However, according to Samuel Junghenn, a highly respected SEO Consultant and the founder of Think Big, companies whose websites which continue to publish great content have the potential to become even bigger by using SEO effectively.
Samuel explains, “A lot of experts have started using content marketing as a standalone strategy to promote their websites. However, to think SEO no longer seems to work couldn’t be further from the truth. If anything, content marketing is a vital part of SEO, perhaps its main ingredient, but you still need several complementary ingredients to make a dish that gets loads of Google love.”
Think Big has recently released a number of exciting SEO packages to help companies on a budget effectively promote their websites through Search Engines. “Our 2013 SEO packages are dramatically different from anything we had ever offered before. And yes, content marketing definitely is central to all our packages but it’s complemented by plethora of other activities, designed to shoot up your ranking on the search ladder.”
About Think Big
Founded by Samuel Junghenn, Think Big is one of the successful SEO firms in Australia and the company has won rave reviews for its unique ability to manage a vast portfolio of clients effectively.