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SEO is Dead

Apr 4th 2013 at 10:52 AM

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a method used by companies to try to reach the top of the entries in the search engine results pages (SERPs) are increasing. This is a practice, since search engines were invented to Internet. Bots to encourage website owners to understand their pages easier for their robot spiders. If the search engines spider your robot sent via Internet, it is "read" the page. Optimized pages are easier to read, and then classify correctly in the SERPs.

For nearly a decade the way SEO was strong employer dominated their industries and crush the competition. During this time, up to 85% of the sites were visited for the first time doing a search engine like Google or Yahoo! rare since 2/3rds of seo services all seekers on the links on the first page, it only makes sense to try to get your site in the top 10 search results to make room.


SEO began in 1997 to be abused if third party software companies began to emerge with the sole purpose of "game" engines. These practices are frowned upon by the search engines and they are trying to punish each site violate best practices. An update monthly seo packages of the famous code to update Google was the "Britney Spears". Pornographic websites began stuffing the keyword "Britney Spears", which was the most searched term at that time.

In the keywords meta tag Even if your site is totally independent of the pop singer, her sides were first SERPs. So let search engines 1999 factoring had the meta tag "description" and "keywords" in their ranking algorithms. This misuse of the site code is no longer possible, and the search engines continue to fight all attempts similar lack. One consequence of such attempts made engines get smarter faster and start punishing and even ban the websites to "optimize" unapproved methods to their sites.

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