Do you think online writers will struggle to find keywords with low competition in the future?
The number of content generating sites have increased rapidly in recent years. 5 years ago it used to be much easier to rank an article in the search engine than it is now. Do you think in future it would be much harder to find keyword with low competition?
Yes I think. It is because Google becomes smarter and wiser int he near future. And they are finding for quality links,posts,articles and new strategies.
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by Chad Young6 years ago
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by lucieanne7 years ago
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by thesingernurse6 years ago
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by thearbiter08085 years ago
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