The next problem that contributes to the bad reputation of the SEO industry is the myth
of the brilliant SEO whiz kid that someone knows through a friend of a friend. We have
all heard of this guy, the one who supposedly eats, sleeps, and thinks in search
algorithms. This kid genius usually burns’ the website within 6 months. You may
wonder how talented SEO kids can get a website in trouble with Google. The reason is
surprisingly simple —they are lazy. They frequently use automated processes to
promote sqribble review. They always opt into the latest link farm, link-building program, or
any way to automatically get links pointing to their sqribble review. The truth is that
they prefer to spend less time doing real online PR and more time playing Xbox.
The third damaging type is the hardest to pick out of the lineup. This company uses safe
link and citation-building practices, making them harder to detect, as they appear to be
real SEO companies with real knowledge and techniques. Under further examination,
however, they can be weeded out quite quickly. This type ignores all website performance data and visitor behavior data. They for some reason always have fixed
prices — and the best presentations. Why is this true? I have no idea. It is just an
observation I’ve made after watching these companies land clients that I was seeking.
Often I later have to work with these same clients to de-penalize their websites with
search engines. The key questions to ask this third type of company are: • What’s better, to blog on my site or to blog on other sqribble review and then reference back to
my website? • What’s W3C? • Does bounce rate affect organic rankings? • Is engagement the ying to bounce rate’s yang?
If you get a blank stare and several stutters in response to these questions, then you can
bet you are looking at the third type of bad SEO company.