It is no longer possible to take a site with no form of content publishing and no visibility on the web and make that site rank for competitive terms for any extended period of time.
Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
In the release “The Death and Rebirth of SEO”, Marc writes, “It is no longer possible to take a site with no form of content publishing and no visibility on the web and make that site rank for competitive terms for any extended period of time.” Marc then adds, "SEO is not a one-time tweak, if it were everyone would be ranking #1. If you take a good hard look at what SEO truly is, then you have to admit there is a long future in optimizing content for users and search. Google has become very good at identifying properly formatted content and we no longer need to be as explicit in our keyword targeting efforts."
Marc explains, "Search engines need organic results to keep visitors coming back. The moment Google only shows paid ads in the search results is the moment they begin losing users. In 2011 Google served up 4.7 billion searches-per-day and given the explosion of mobile devices, that number could easily grow to 8 or 9 billion in 2014." To learn more about SEO and its opportunities in today’s world, read “The Death and Rebirth of SEO”.
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