02 Nov '17, 3pm

of #SEOs

In just about any aspect of life, there are misconceptions and myths that won’t go away. Even in today’s modern world, there are plenty of widely held yet false beliefs and ideas that still remain no matter how many experts debunk them. Today it’s easier than ever for people to share information in all its forms. Unfortunately, myths have also become much accessible and easily disseminated. Fake news, wrong information, and false ideas get all mixed up with the true, at times causing confusion, anger, and even threats. The SEO industry isn’t exempt from the prevalence of myths. As Tony Wright put it, bad SEO information is too easy to find . In fact, there are many misconceptions about the field of search engine optimization that is getting tiring to hear over and over again. We wanted to know which SEO myth do search marketers hear most often – and most wish would die – s...

Full article: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/seo-is-dead-myth/222251/

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