Our series on SEO in 2009 was well received. We have included the entire series below. Last week Web Pro News, discussed SEO in 2009 with Google's Matt Cutts. You can find that post here. Some of the topics discussed include:
As mentioned here is our complete series on SEO in 2009:
- Is Ranking Dead?
- Universal Search in 2009
- Competing with Black Hat SEO
SEO in 2009: Part One - Is SEO dead or is it just evolving?
SEO in 2009: Part Two: Focusing on Metrics that Matter - The thought that in 2009, refocusing on metrics that matter becomes more important than ever as previous SEO metrics get phased out.
SEO in 2009: Understanding that SEO Does Indeed Provide Value - unlike in the past, we are seeing the shift as business execs and site owners realize the value of SEO. SEO is cost effective and because of that, expect many more companies to incorporate organic search strategies into their online marketing efforts in 2009.
SEO in 2009: Part Four: Understanding that SEO Does Provide Value II - this is the second part to this "element of change" as we continue to discuss that people who have not adopted SEO as an online marketing strategy are beginning to come around and are actually dedicating budget as a line item for SEO.
SEO in 2009 Part Five: Shifting of Budget Towards SEO - higher PPC costs, difficult economic times, tighter budgets may turn out to be a blessing in disguise for SEO as companies begin shifting dedicated amounts to SEO with their online marketing budgets in 2009.
SEO in 2009 Part Six: Personalization and Blended Search - looking at how blended search will mean creating content in vasrious forms and ensuring that your content is unique and useful to the users of search.
Bring on 2009! If you thought that 2008 was a challenge, wait until 2009. We for one welcome 2009 with open arms.
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