Seo is dead, don’t let anyone tell you different.
Seo has come to an end. He died on March 2012 and there’s no way with current Sciences or Algorithm from any system that he’ll be resurrected. And nobody in the Search and Internet Marketing industry can tell you otherwise, not even Matt Cutts or Rand Fishkin.
Google didn’t kill him, and no matter what we do, Google just doesn’t have the ability to revive Seo.
You see all these people claiming that Seo is dead had it all wrong. If you claim something, whether to prove or disprove a fact, you need proof – and that is what they all lacked.
I did a very extensive research, a really exhausting one – a slow, painstakingly Google search. I did the Herculean task of launching my favorite browser, Google Chrome and if not for it’s unbelievable feature of being able to search something right on the URL bar then I would have been doomed. I did the daunting task of typing the keywords that I believed would yield the proof that Seo is indeed dead.
And here’s what I found out:
Yes, it’s a real article from Business Insider. You can read more about that here. It’s tragic, condolence to the Seo family.
But that my friend, is the only proof that Seo is Dead (unless of course a relative of his dies) Mind you, Seo and not SEO. I wrote this as a response to a recent SEO is Dead article. I won’t link to it, just do a quick search about it, because there is a new and recent SEO is Dead blog post like every week.
Thanks to Adam Taylor for shedding light on this issue. Begone for now, nothing to see here. :)