Any element that facilitates the improvement of various components of the society and starts gaining fame is prone to misconceptions as people struggle to understand it clearly, SEO is one perfect example. Most career professionals who try to venture into SEO and Content Marketing get confused and let-in everything they are told and believe without question. I’ve encountered many of them who ask weird questions some of them being reputable people in the career ladder like doctors, engineers, successful entrepreneurs, accountants and also marketers.
In this article, I’ll highlight some of the popular myths and clarify what actually might be an obstacle that burrs SEO utilizers from attaining maximum potentials.
Myth 1: Content keyword stuffing is the only way to facilitate content optimization
Gone are the days we used to fill contents with similar repetitive keywords to promote better ranking on search engines. Nowadays what reputed search engines like Google do, is to identify authoritative websites that are actual business and traffic drivers. Sites that attain traffic of legitimate visitors and incorporate legit activities that impact a considerable portion of the online community. Never again is keyword stuffing a factor of considerable value in SEO. In fact, content that is keyword staffed is identified by search engines as spammy and illegitimate.
Myth 2: Your site will only appear on the first page of search engines when you pay some amount
This is, in fact, a prevalent misconception that has got many people believing. This has never happened and will never happen. All sites that are well ranked or those that you see on the first page, none of their admins have ever given an amount to have their sites well ranked. All this comes through the reputation attained by your site over time and through a well-formulated strategy to make sure that your site receives traffic. Never let anyone try to dupe you to give them any amount to better your content ranking.
Myth 3: All backlinks have the same SEO impact
When explaining to people about backlink and how they impact your SEO content, they tend to think that all backlinks are created with the same magnitude. This is not the case. You’ll find people linking their content on nearly every social platform claiming that they are trying to drive traffic to optimize their content. Links to social profiles however much they drive traffic, they aren’t counted as SEO. You should link to sites that are authoritative and commonly used if you need your content to be optimized.…