How Long Can You Trick A Search Engine For?

Thursday, December 27, 2012
Posted by Administrator @ 9:42 am

There are situations in life where, having a couple of tricks up your sleeve will get you to the head of the line. All one has to do is learn the tricks of the trade and your in. Not so in the world of SEO (Search Engine Marketing). That’s because the rules keep changing and there is always more than one game being played; meaning, yes, there’s more than just one search engine! Sure there are people who have some success in the beginning through the use of tricks but unfortunately, the headway you make in the short term usually ends up negating any success (luck) you had in the beginning. Search engines are constantly on the lookout for websites that rely on less than best practices and in just a few weeks, algorithms will have change, leaving you out in the cold.

The main thing one needs to determine is what your final outcome or goal in implementing an SEO program is in the first place. Once you’ve figured that out, a professional SEO service provider will be able to guide you through a plan that will keep both your rankings and sales high for the long term. The other advantage of doing things right in the first place is that you don’t have to keep figuring out or reinventing new tricks when the olds ones stop working – and rest assured, they will stop working. Search engines what to give users the best experience possible every time they go on the internet which is why they are constantly weeding out those websites that try to mislead people.

Understanding just how the internet and search engines work can be compared to driving in a strange city at night in the pouring rain and having only your GPS to get you where you are going. If your GPS is an older version and you haven’t bothered updating it, well, you can imagine what might happen. New roads have been built, new dead ends created and so on. The best, safest and quickest way to get where you want to go is by relying on the people who know the roads and ones that are constantly monitoring changes to the roads in whatever city you happen to be traveling in.

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