Search engine optimization point of view of the general
over the years, I (MurdenEnterprise owner) saw a lot about search engine optimization is a debate whether a rational marketing methods. The search engine optimization industry has a bit of a poorly-reputed gaming system, and believes that certain websites are worthy of our first look. After all, I’m pretty sure that if all commercial companies use ad slogans, Google will like it more. Any decent search engine optimization consultant or company will work hard to dispel the myth that this is some degree of deception, and I believe they can do this in many ways. First of all, I think people need to start to understand that although search engine optimization seems to be a type of work without clear rules or procedures, it does play an extremely important role in the field of marketing. People hope that with the passage of time and the intelligentization of search engines, the unregulated search engine optimization environment will become more and more stringent for those who abuse it. In order to help customers understand the relevance of this work, we only need to look at how often they use search engines every day, and a quarter of their marketing budget is spent online, which has become a big business. In fact, the most convenient way to search for information or trade is online-who doesn’t? At the same time, companies working under tight budgets need marketing strategies that maximize revenue. No one likes to watch meaningless advertisements on TV. We skip most of the advertisements in magazines, but for search engines, this question is good, not a problem. When people load a search engine, they control what they want to see, and this is where companies need to spend time actively searching for consumers.
So, why is it considered shady by some people and deceived by others, while search engines sneer at it? Here is the problem; for example, it is very easy to promote web pages and websites to page 1 of Google, even if they are not directly related. This creates an unfair environment for those who want to truly promote products directly related to their big keywords, rather than those who use shady methods to promote websites that are vaguely related or completely plagiarized. Unfortunately, doing this in an honest manner requires longer time and higher costs. When promoting a website, we want to attract interested consumers or readers, and to do this, we need to create buzz and backlinks in all places, including social networking sites. The difficulty is that when we combine this with the urgency of profitability in a capitalist environment, large companies will find that using this method is not cost-effective. How did they do it? They create spaces online, where they can artificially recreate this buzz or social interest, and of course they can link to their client’s website, which unfortunately works pretty well. At least for now.
MurdenEnterprise believes that in order to restore dignity and honesty and transparency, search engines should work on an algorithm that not only discounts blatant link fields (those that are not clearly marked), but also discounts that contain a large number of anchored gateway pages, but only if When anchoring is dense and irrelevant. If a page can be indexed and see related anchors, then this should be ok, but if the same page discusses 25 different topics and contains 60 anchors, all of these topics are within 600 words. In this way, companies using gateway technology will be forced to buy more domains, more pages, and more content, just to represent a client-side link-which may start to seem a bit uneconomical. The ultimate goal is that apart from doing what they should do, going out and proving that they are worthy of the top spot, there is no easy way to build reputation and authority.