Simplifying SEO

I’ve been working in the SEO industry for almost 5 years now. To some I am simply a young pup, but I need to say the results we get from your SEO promotions speak for themselves. semtr

At the time you work in this field of SEO you usually tend to network with other SEO professionals and stay tuned with the latest SEO waves or changes from Google. You also connect to other SEO experts in the discussion boards and blogs. 

I want to express my panic about the amount of complexity added to the main topic of SEO. About 80% details on SEO out there is certainly too deep and intricate, with an awful whole lot of opinions.

Similar to technology or methodology, people are looking for functionality. They want a thing that works, creates an effect or makes a difference. This same strategy relates to SEO.

Using a technology requires sticking with the basics of that technology. If you sort through the 1000s of available “sources” you usually can locate the real source, which is the information and method one should use when doing exercises how to go about it. This is actually the correct way to learn and apply nearly anything.

I find it amazing how some SEO experts throw their opinions away on their high-powered websites, only to confuse another thousand SEO experts.

This is laughable to watch, and it goes like this:

SEO Expert Paul, needs to get “green carrots” on page you of Google for a client.

He can working on it for months, book-marking, social networks, links and many others.

After 2-3 months this individual needs a step back and looks at his traveler and keyword stats. Certainly not much change, he seriously isn’t getting the results great client is starting to wonder.

Suddenly he knows a cool video on YouTube may boost things up and get’s this produced an online.

The next week “green carrots” is on page 1! Really great, it worked and your customer is all happy.

Following staking it slowly laid back and looking at his results, he suddenly knows that he never optimized the content of his page with enough keywords. Oops. He only described “green carrots” once and still got a webpage 1 result. This attacks him as strange and it seems to abuse everything he learned about page optimisation in SEO.
What are the results next is interesting. The SEO expert makes a decision this is valuable information and experience. He has just seen the pursuing new search rule in play, which should be distributed to anyone doing SEO:

“Google is no longer giving any value to keyword density. This kind of plays no part in SEO. ”

He produces a nice 1000 phrase article about it and due to his experience, is extremely certain of his findings. He even makes a jab at Google about no talking about it to anyone. Today he has kudos for locating this out before someone else.

This is extremely frustrating for everyone who is wants to learn the subject of SEO or even old school SEO professionals. And it is for this reason short-sightedness that the internet is filled with millions of pages about SEO which would much better found in the trash.

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