I have been involved in the digital marketing and SEO industry for 11 years and, in that time, I have seen the internet grow and develop in ways that nobody could have predicted. This experience has resulted in a deep understanding of the ways in which businesses, and even individuals with personal websites, can achieve more from their online presences.
During some of my talks, before I go up on stage, I would often chat with some of my audiences. And some of them would tell me “so you’re responsible for all the spam in the web!” Big misunderstanding.
SEO has a long history. It’s simply not something new. And before it became this technical, it was merely a matter of content, which is the main focus of White Hat (or sometimes known as organic) SEO. When SEO was yet unconscious, content was almost everything. And right now, content is still one of the main driving factors when it comes to SEO.