The Changing Face Of Search Engine Optimization
Things change with time and SEO is not exception to it. There have been prompting changes in the methods, business and practice of search engine optimization in the past years.
What remains constant is the general search engine market share. Google continues to remain the most popular search engine and drive more traffic than the other search engines combined.
Search engine optimizers are nailing hard to meet the Google top ranking list. With the changes in the search environment new techniques and tools are being used by search marketers. More time is focused on improving website content and navigation in order to appeal both live-visitors and search spiders.
Organic search engine placement now requires a lot more work on our part and on the part of our clients or their webmasters. Content playing an important role in search engine needs to be updated regularly as well as a need has arisen to simplify navigation and shared analysis of on-site traffic is increasingly important. Top10 websites, especially around their main entry points, have become production pieces requiring a greater degree of strategic planning than the general, annually updated brochure sites do. Creation of that content needs to be considered a standing business expense though that expense should be more than made up for in long-term advertising savings.
By the year 2010 the number of blogs will reach an astonishing figure of one billion, as blogs help a lot in expanding the online marketing environment. Blogs offer marketers two main advantages one being the ability to link Blog entries together to form an information-thread network provides search marketers with a number of tools beyond the improvement of the knowledge base the other being Blogs are RSS, real simple syndication.