Monthly Archives: December 2014

Beware Of End Of Year Fluff Posts On SEO

So close to Christmas and the end of 2014 many websites have been inviting us to contribute tidbits to articles about how SEO will change in 2015 and what businesses can do to be ready. These fluff posts are fun, and they’re always an easy way to earn a link for websites like ours, but we should also exercise some caution when reading these posts.

SEO hasn’t changed a ton in the five years that I’ve been running Image Freedom. There have been websites caught doing shady things, even SEOs blacklisted by Google for such tactics, but the very basic “SEO 101” details very rarely change. Matt Cutts from Google would tell you that Google wants you to make the internet a better place, and that is certainly a very “Google PR” way of saying it but he’s not that far off.

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