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How Web 3.0 Will Change the SEO Industry

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Google has landed several knockout punches to the SEO industry. With Google's Panda and Penguin updates, the SEO world has been critically wounded. Many companies who create tons of junk content and …

Google has landed several knockout punches to the SEO industry. With Google's Panda and Penguin updates, the SEO world has been critically wounded. Many companies who create tons of junk content and tons of junk links have seen their clients websites sink to the bottom of the Internet.

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  • 1. How Web 3.0 Will Change the SEO Industry
  • 2. Google has landed several knockout punches to the SEO industry. With Google's Panda and Penguin updates, the SEO world has been critically wounded. Many companies who create tons of junk content and tons of junk links have seen their clients websites sink to the bottom of the Internet. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo
  • 3. A lot of the remedies that came from so-called SEO experts were ridiculous, "links no longer work!" No, like battered fingers that have been smacked for reaching into the cookie jar too many times, the SEO is bearish about the supposed web 3.0 updates that are years away. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo
  • 4. As an SEO who has always created great content and who always sought relative links, the various Google updates didn't really hurt me. As a juxtapose to the sky is falling brand of SEOs, many of my client's sites actually increased in rank. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo
  • 5. I see the supposed web 3.0 as a great way to improve user experience, which is what Google cares the most about. Google can not thrive as the best and most popular search engine if their algorithm delivers junk sites or a useless eZine article when a person truly needs a solution. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo
  • 6. My prediction is that above the board SEO companies will thrive in any environment. I also see businesses linking together to rank for semantic combinations. I also see more of a lifestyle sort of partnering up and where people who own gyms connect with grocery stores, who connect with doctors. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo
  • 7. I think it is going to be a great time to be a marketer and the people who do great work, who write great content and who can create relationships will do well. I see web 3.0 as a much needed boost to how we use search engines. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo
  • 8. In many ways, web 3.0 is the current form of linking that Google would prefer to see! Relevant links, relevant keywords, varied keywords that all ties together. I suppose if you do blackhat junk content and junk link building then this would scare you but the rest of us are looking forward to this. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo
  • 9. As you can see the world is getting smaller. The future web 3.0 is a welcomed and much needed change that will shake up the SEO industry but in a great way. I think that it will be great for businesses, end users and SEO companies. More info on: http://seo-goldcoast.com.au/web-3-0-will-change-seo