You’ve all seen them. If you’ve been around web development resource sites or even casually mentioned anything to do with web design on Twitter, the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) plague has never been more widespread.
And so many of them still miss the most important part of developing a website. Whether they call themselves SEO Experts or SEO Gurus or are obscuring it behind some other acronym they’re all guilty of forgetting the most basic lesson of all – Content is King.
Next time you see someone touting their SEO prowess, take a closer look. I promise you’ll suffer no lasting damage as a result.
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Well, seems I have a blog again. They’re still called blogs, aren’t they? I certainly hope so, else I’m already off to a bad start.
Why is my blog called Rambilicious? Your guess is as good as mine. You’ve got to call your blog something and as I do enjoy a good spot of rambling it seemed like a reasonably descriptive yet somewhat made up word.
This is where I would tell you what this blog is going to be about. But I have no set agenda to fulfill. I’ll float between gaming and television, science and hilarity, website tips and a smattering of politics.
Why now? New year, new start.
My one clear plan for my blog is to keep a record of the various games I complete. I always mean to keep track and never do. I always mean to let people know what I thought of the games I finish, but I never seem to get around to it. With a blog I can do those things and bitch more extensively about the games that need it, to boot.
Those “SEO Experts” deserve a kick in the pants and I may just give it to them.
I’ll still be on Twitter and I’ll still be recapping the new Australian season of The Biggest Loser, so if you’ve followed me from either of those places, never fear.
For better or worse I need more than 140 characters to express some of my opinions. Whether that is a good thing remains to be seen.