TSS104_Revealing SEO Myths

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Toolbox Talks Episode 104 from The Site Shed podcast
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It’s time to dispel some of those ‘SEO Myths’
By: Matt Jones

I’ve recently had a lot of companies come to me making enquiries about SEO for their business so i wanted to take the time to dispel some SEO Myths that I commonly hear people bring up.

SEO is powerful tool to have in your arsenal, however there are a lot of scenarios that I regularly come across which are not overly relevant to the outcome of your SEO.

Often some of these scenarios once were considered an important indicator by search engines like Google, however as the algorithm has evolved, there has been many changes that have made past SEO practices redundant.

In this podcast, I run through a handful of SEO Myths that people commonly mistake for being vital to their online presence. Sure, some of them are still relevant to a degree, however they are not as important as one might think.

Hopefully you get something out of this podcast that you can apply to your SEO strategy.

If you’d like to have a discussion with an expert about your SEO, send an email to [email protected]. Either myself, of one of the team will sort you out.

 

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