I created this proposal but wasn't engaged so posting my hard work in hopes that it will help people understand SEO as a lot more complicated than acquiring links. It's fascinating to me that 88% of online search dollars are spent on paid search when 85% of the audience ignores it. The state of confusion in the field of SEO/SEM is such that entrepreneurs, VCs and CMOs are hesitant to invest in it, other than for building links and social participation.
Name a company and I can point areas after areas which they have ignored. Google itself doesn't apply SEO to it's own properties (there are internal guides about Google's need to do SEO for its own sites).
The most authoritative source of knowledge outside of Google can come from understanding large scale data infrastructures, graph algorithms, technology (patents) and historic events and interactions.
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