I used to believe that you didn’t need to be a technical person when it came to SEO. That powerful copywriting and awesome outreach strategies can bullishly push your way to the top. I realize today that I was wrong. Dead wrong.
This is probably the first time and the last time we’re going to ever have this. I hope you don’t take this in the wrong way, but I’ll have to take a break. It’s my wedding day tomorrow!
It’s almost four years since I started this blog. It’s been fun. Heck, it’s been the ride of a lifetime! And here’s the bittersweet statement that I thought I would never blurt out to you.
“I’m not writing SEO anymore.”
Although content marketing has been around since the late 1800s, it is only these past couple of years that people have started to really talk about it. In the post apocalyptic Panda and Penguin world, content marketing is seen as a beacon of hope to make things right again with the internet. A place that was once ruled by spam, bad links and black hat SEO.
I know that the title sounds more like an FAQ but hey, I haven’t found out one specific resource here that approaches to answer this question in an SEO perspective. It’s a very interesting topic because not everyone could afford to maintain a dedicated server.