I get asked this question quite a bit by potential clients, especially ones with little or no online presence. I inevitably get the response, “Eh, who cares what people think of me online anyway?” My response: “Everyone.” The general public has an inherent trust in Google, and therefore what they perceive Google is saying about you. If you don’t think clients are doing more research
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NJuKVTCRYo&context=C46b0cc4ADvjVQa1PpcFN7bToHTlvf0oEPa5khhsMYgKKogtH0nC4=[/youtube] In this video we discuss how QDF (Query Deserves Freshness) may effect search results. We also discuss how you should keep in mind the QDF element of the Google algorthm while you are doing your keyword research and content development.
We here at JEMSU are crazy about SEO and internet marketing. We talk to client and colleagues all day every day about it, then we spend the rest of our time actually getting our hands dirty doing it. So with this complete immersion we start seeing patterns, and specifically thoughts or beliefs that clients and those new to SEO might have. Today I want to