Sometimes you have to laugh at some of the SEO updates people post about how SEO is dead, and all the doom that’s coming for online businesses and marketers who practice Search Optimisation.
I’m going to state this from experience if you want to learn SEO in any year whether it’s 2001 or 2015 stop reading other blogs about SEO and start actually doing SEO. Trust me if I only followed that one bit of advice life would have been much less stressful when I started out and the learning curve would have been cut in half if not more.
What am I ranting about you might think! Funny thing is here is an image from the 2001 serps which I urge that you should actually take a step back and start to think critically for yourself, ie. meaning not to just follow the herd like I did myself for a long time.
Sorry about the blurred out parts but I’m not into trying to be an A Hole by outing other people’s work well at least not this time, look at the dates (o^^0) yes that says 2001 hard to believe that SEO has been dying since 2001 maybe even before that I just searched within that time frame, so as you can see SEO is one though cookie and there will be no wake for the a long time to come.
Now having said all that there is a reason why I brought this subject up, earlier today I saw this heading in an email I received “The Coming Mobile SEO End Times” first thing I thought was here we go this should be interesting NOT .
Anyway long story short Ian Lurie did a great job over at Portent 1.) with that title heading and 2.) hitting the nail on the head with the graphic they presented about the upcoming Mobile SEO update. I actually don’t think that many marketers or business owners are really taking much heed to this upcoming update and Ian presents this in an infographic presenting their findings from their own studies of many websites.
While any major ranking loss can be quickly recovered if your site was not up to standard it is going to be quiet interesting to see all the mayhem which ensues in the aftermath.
An interesting Infographic I picked up over at Infographiclist which I think is not only relevant to restaurants but to all Small Businesses which are lacking the tech side of promoting their business, which is a must in today’s marketing of any business.