2010/09/08 Leave a comment
Is ‘Instant’ aka Twitter Killing SEO and Can Google Rescue it?
Google’s Matt Cutts felt compelled to Tweet the following —
“Everyone asking if Instant will kill SEO? Watch this video: … Hear me praise SEO and why it will persist.”
Well this looks like a little contrived after all how reliable would the information be from person at Google how is responsible for controlling spam tout why SEO will live.
‘Google’ any brand you know to see if they are even close to Google’s #1 rank. Is the brand #1 or near the top or on the first page?
Do you pay for SEO when free content posted far and wide across the internet is a more reliable way to take to you #1 on Google? Wouldn’t most people consdier the duplication of content that lifts these sites above legitimate manufacturers spam?
If this is true then it seems to me that profits related to SEO are closely linked to behaviour that most reasonable people might consider to be ‘spam’ or at the least resembling ‘spam’ or ‘spam-like’
How odd–the anti-spam guy may be promoting an advertising business model that seems to reward ‘spam-like’ behaviour.
What is your view on this subject?
Nick @resonantview @speedsynch
“Google” (include quotes) “Any words used in similar spaces share meaning.” and “Twitter Resonance SpeedSynch” to see where SEO may be going–Resonance or Instant Marketing and Semantic SEO Reports based on Keyword themes based on meaning not words.