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What SEO Used to Be Versus What SEO Is Now[Infographic]

Google is continously rolling its different algorithms updates like Panda,Penguin and others to filter its search results. So many website owners have complained that their website has been penalized by Google in last few weeks. The interesting fact is that, most of these sites were using Old SEO strategies for ranking their sites higher in SERPs. If you want to dominate the SERPs, you should understand that what used to work doesn’t work anymore.

So, how do you know what you should be doing and what you should be avoiding? Well, it’s again Neil Patel who has done a great job by creating an Infographic that breaks down the old and the new in SEO and explains what your new SEO strategy should actually be.

Conclusion

According to this Infographic, the biggest thing that has changed over the years is actually “Content Marketing”. That’s probably the reason why, most of the successful companies that use SEO integrate content marketing into their strategy.

Check this infographic and share your views on “What SEO Used to Be Versus What SEO Is Now

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Ravi Kumar
 

Hi Guys. I am Ravi Kumar, the owner and Editor of this Blog. I am a Computer Science Engineer and a full time Blogger. I write articles on topics related to Blogging, SEO,Web designing,WordPress,Blogger,Content Marketing,Technology,CPA marketing and much more. However, My main aim is to help other bloggers. You can follow me on Twitter,Facebook and Google+

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