The digital world is changing and evolving at a very rapid pace, and the norms that have worked and is applicable before no longer have the same impact today than it does a while back. This applies to all aspects, including the behavior of search users and all other attributes that affect Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Some might be saying and spreading the wrong notions that SEO doesn’t have the same powers and impact it had on the search just like what it did before. Don’t get swayed by all these and know for a fact that SEO is still up and running as strongly or even more than it ever did before – but with several distinct evolutions that will definitely change the way people look at and use search.
The old norms of using keywords – lots and lots of it – don’t have the same impact like it ever did before, with search algorithms focusing more on the search users’ intent and the use of natural language. This is line with Google and other search engines’ thrust towards providing better and more accurate search results that can answer what the search user is actually looking for.
Other changes in the world of SEO involves embracing new developments in technologies that have evolved in recent periods and affected how online users are using search. This includes the use of better and more secure website infrastructures, the use of voice as an element of search, and optimizing your sites and pages for better suitability to the mobile web.
These and more are what you will learn from the following “How to Become better at SEO in 2016” infographic. It describes greater detail changes in the SEO arena that can help boost your website rankings in search results. So read on, learn, apply – and become better at SEO this year… and beyond.
How to Become Better at SEO in 2016 (Infographic):
This infographic is submitted and originally published by Jomer B. Gregorio. He is the Founder and CEO of Digital Marketing Philippines fastest growing start-up Internet Marketing Companies based in the Philippines He is a well-rounded expert when it comes digital marketing. Jomer is also known as a semantic SEO evangelist and practitioner. Follow him: Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | LinkedIn.
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