6 FAMOUS MYTHS ABOUT SEO
6 Famous Myths About Seo
Your understanding of how Google has been working for three or four years may be the same as it is now, and it’s a way to archive sites.
In the world of Internet marketing, false information is amplified and compounded exponentially by an incredibly dynamic and rapidly evolving world.
Most things you think you know (but do not) about SEO or search engine optimization may have been true a few years ago but have changed; one of the following has always been a myth.
Here are some of the myths you need to move even further to get smarter
The first legend
Description of Meta Crown in Helping Your Rank
Not anymore; in fact, Meta tags are no longer indexed by Google and Bing. But do not completely ignore them: Metatags represent the text that is displayed with your link in search results – and more convincing descriptions will force more users to click the link instead of other robots
The Second Myth:
The proliferation of links
False. In all the latest updates to Google’s algorithm, the search giant has made it a key priority to have a quality-winning quantity. Gone are the days of having thousands of links of super quality quality lifting the rankings. In fact, creating these links may result in spamming and penalties on your site.
Focus on getting links from sites related to your products, services, or industry – and links to the relevant text. Reviewing the blog about the “blue gadget” that links to your site is much more valuable than the rogue link to the “blue gadget” that holds the footer or sidebar of some sites – even in the first place.
Fairy Talt: The order of the pages is still
Google’s PageRank (named as founder of Google founder and current CEO Larry Page, who sees you) ranks from 1 to 10 for the public authority of each Web site; the highest number, the higher the ranking. In the past years, this seemingly all-powerful number has dominated the attention of SEO experts.
But today, Google’s algorithm has evolved beyond any single index. PageRank is still there, and if all things are equal, a higher page order succeeds in ranking a lower order, but factors like importance and context are also important
As with the links received: If you manage dental practice in Egypt, it is best to have a link from a site that shows doctors and dentists in Egypt, even if it contains a page rank system 4, to have a paid link with no Context in a huge site that has a page rank system higher than 7.
Myth 4: Google favors keyword-rich domains
In the past years, Google seems to be putting a disproportionate amount of focus on the keywords in the domain name (what you might think is the title of the url). For example, vinyl hausing. Com almost certainly be ranked first in the search for vinyl siding
Not anymore, says Google. If vinylhousesiding.com is actually a more reliable, reliable site on the subject, it is likely to still be ranked first – but not because of its domain name alone
Myth 5: Websites must be sent to search engines
In 2001, yes, that was the case – in fact, this was the first service provided by my company, Bromot. But in 2012? Absolutely. At this point, if there is any connection from any site to your site, your site will be quickly discovered by Google
Please note that indexing is far from achieving high ratings – but the initial reporting step is no longer needed or useful.
Myth 6: Deceiving the Sioux
All of it lied even though there are still some senior experts there who go about their business in an attempt to “fool Google” and this is absolutely not a good and durable way
Good search engine optimization is to create an informative website, with unique content and a great user experience, and encourage the sharing and distribution of great content to drive organic advertising and links back to your site.
In the end, this is exactly what Google wants to explicitly reward it in high order – so nothing is called “trick” search engines.