Future of a Seo Professional?

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  1. Freegoldman profile image41
    Freegoldmanposted 12 years ago

    Future of a Seo Professional?

  2. Rock_nj profile image90
    Rock_njposted 12 years ago

    Could you be a bit more specific?  If you're asking if there is a bright future for a SEO professional, I would have to say "Yes".  SEO seems to be all the rage these days.  There appear to be SEO jobs out there.

  3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image84
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 12 years ago

    unspecified.  Nobody knows how the search engines will change the ways in which they choose to rank web pages.

  4. The Optimizers profile image60
    The Optimizersposted 12 years ago

    SEO has changed a great deal in the last 10 years, all of the algo changes have led us to the point where the best way to get the greatest results is to actually have the most relevant site, with quality content and lots of natural incoming links relevant to the specific niche.. That together with some decent articles, and some social media add some decent bookmarking and plan for long term results. There is no point chasing short term results anymore.

    The search engines will always catch you out in the end... The days of stuffing keywords into meta tags, and gaining thousands of backlinks from software are long gone.

    The future of SEO is bright.. Instead of manipulating search engines like many SEO's were doing years ago, concentration now goes into making a website actually worth its position in the SERPS, and making the site the best and most relevant site for the particular search query.

  5. m2webs profile image60
    m2websposted 12 years ago

    I do SEO and I think there is bright future for SEO but how long... After 7-8 years many things will change... Results will be much better and SEO like it is done now will be dead.

    Social involvement will be much more important, buzz about specific website, results will be totally different for 2 different person, etc...

    So, I suppose SEO like it is now will last maybe 7-8 more until it becomes something different.

  6. edhan profile image39
    edhanposted 12 years ago

    I do believe that the coming future SEO will be more intelligent and incorporate with sensor to detect good from bad sites.

    At the moment, the best SEO will still be manual improvement but it will come a day where automatic integration will be good and profitable.

    That day is where SEO professional will be highly regarded for their professions and demand will increase for good SEO masters.

  7. taarruni profile image58
    taarruniposted 12 years ago

    Nobody knows how the search engines will change the ways in which they choose to rank web pages.

  8. garyluther profile image41
    garylutherposted 10 years ago

    If you are a SEO professional then you have a bright future because world going on Digital Marketing. Any help for SEO contact Green Apple Sales, Inc.


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