May 29th, 2011

Maybe one of the largest misapprehensions in S.E.O is that ranking at Google and Yahoo is all that counts in search engine optimisation. I latterly answered to a forum query, which went something similar to this : My site ranks number one for this term at this engine. The term is searched this number of times every day, and the engine has this % marketshare. From linking to articles, and density to ontology, our industry changes as speedily as any other. We have unlicensed RND ( research and development ) conferences nearly every hour as there appears to continually be new ideas and ideas popping into all our heads.

During the past there always used to be changes to the way we’ve done our work, but the speed of this change is climbing swiftly as well as the competitors for online searchers. MSN looks to be creating excitement and they have just lately started a state TV press campaign. New search sites appear to be turning up all around the place, and of course, was not Google a virtual unknown five years back? That isn't an S.E.O challenge ; that sure is a mathematics problem : searches x marketshare = visitors. It also depends upon how many financed links there are and how they're marked. But there's little one can do about that.

Pick up a copy of his S.E.O electronic book. Search Engine Optimisation

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