After carefully examining what I had always done for successful mobile agency apps review , I realized I had
been using a basic initial list that I now call the OptFirst List. What is this magical list?
Well, it is more pragmatic than magic. The list has changed and will continue to change,
as the criteria for high rankings on search engines shifts constantly. The changes to the
list are always based on the current landscape texture. The list also takes into account
what’s in vogue, and it deciphers fact from fiction. Following blogs and search engine
news releases also helps me make necessary changes to my list. In deciding whether or
not to make a list change, the most important questions I consider are as follows: • Does this news make sense in respect to where the mobile agency apps review is heading in the next few
years? • Why would this search engine or ‘expert’ release this information? • Are they selling me a new product, service or belief that ultimately benefits them
financially? • Is this a classic misdirection tactic by those who have a vested interest in keeping
the true state of search engine rankings a secret?
When advising clients and other SEO companies, I recommend using these filters to sift
through search engine news before changing any mobile agency apps review