Three predictions for how search optimisation might look in the months ahead.
Every time Google rolls out a new algorithm update, article after article is posted online about how the latest changes represent “the end of SEO as we know it.” Here’s a better newsflash: No matter how many of these articles are written or how many adjustments Google makes, search engine optimisation is still alive and well — and will continue to be.
But just because SEO hasn’t been made irrelevant doesn’t mean Google’s Panda and Penguin updates haven’t altered established SEO best practices. Although it’s difficult to say what Google’s next move will be, there are a few lessons we can draw from Google’s latest changes. Here are my three predictions for how search optimisation might look in the months ahead:
1. Overly-optimised sites will continue to be targets.
Based on Google’s stated interest in stopping sites that intentionally manipulate the natural search engine results pages (SERPs) from ranking well, it’s my expectation that we’ll continue to see future algorithm changes designed to punish indicators of over-optimisation.
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