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SEO in 2015 – new methods in optimizing content

12/05/2015

Sean Jackson of Copyblogger recently said, “SEO is dead.” He continued, “not the practice, but the term.” Jackson felt, rightly (...)
Sean Jackson of Copyblogger recently said, “SEO is dead.” He continued, “not the practice, but the term.” Jackson felt, rightly so, that in recent years SEO had come to stand for the spammy, often unethical practices of sneaky “black-hat” SEO practitioners. As Google has cracked down on these practices and as consumers have moved to other avenues of finding content (social media sites, blogs, aggregators, etc.), SEO has been swallowed whole by a much broader set of necessary considerations. Jackson readily admits that many legitimate SEO best practices are still not only relevant but are highly effective with the rising… This story continues at The Next Web Sean Jackson of Copyblogger recently said, “SEO is dead.” He continued, “not the practice, but the term.” Jackson felt, rightly so, that in recent years SEO had come to stand for the spammy, often unethical practices of sneaky “black-hat” SEO practitioners. As Google has cracked down on these practices and as consumers have moved to other avenues of finding content (social media sites, blogs, aggregators, etc.), SEO has been swallowed whole by a much broader set of necessary considerations. Jackson readily admits that many legitimate SEO best practices are still not only relevant but are highly effective with the rising… This story continues at The Next Web
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