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neelseowork
11-27-2017, 12:29 AM
What are the most common SEO myths?

wellliving
11-28-2017, 06:44 AM
HI

Myth No. 1: Blogs will help your SEO.
Myth No. 2: All backlinks are created equal.
Myth No. 3: You can get on page 1 of Google for $99.
Myth No. 4: I have a contact at Google.
Myth No. 5: Stuffing keywords is going to help me.

Preeju M S
11-28-2017, 07:06 AM
17 SEO Myths That You Should Never Follow - https://neilpatel.com/blog/17-seo-myths-that-you-should-never-follow/

neelseowork
11-29-2017, 12:23 AM
HI

Myth No. 1: Blogs will help your SEO.
Myth No. 2: All backlinks are created equal.
Myth No. 3: You can get on page 1 of Google for $99.
Myth No. 4: I have a contact at Google.
Myth No. 5: Stuffing keywords is going to help me.

https://www.welllivingshop.com/organic-cotton-bath-robe/

hey, blogs dont help to improve ranking? most of the people focusing on content to get better rankings.
as per your knowledge, tell me what you do to improve rankings for your site.?

sadianisar
11-29-2017, 07:36 AM
Most Common SEO myths are:

SEO is dead
You can rank your website in a day
SEO is not working anymore

selva07
11-29-2017, 07:52 AM
1. Social media helps ranking
2. Guest Blogging is a spam
3. Keyword-optimized anchor text is bad

Marpages
11-30-2017, 03:43 AM
Actually the biggest myth I just discovered looking at data is that Higher DA = Higher traffic and I have data to prove it https://www.onceinalifetimejourney.com/digital-marketing/are-domain-authority-and-traffic-correlated/

I correlated traffic and DA data for 300 blogs and actually realised there is huge variability and a lot more goes into traffic than DA. Expected, but interesting nonetheless

ahana2607
11-30-2017, 05:54 AM
These are the most common SEO myths :-

1. Meta titles and description
2. Quality Content
3. Link building is dead
4. On-page SEO
5. Keyword density

omkarsoft
11-30-2017, 08:34 AM
Seo is scam
Link building is dead
google hates Seo so on..............

salman gee
11-30-2017, 05:04 PM
In classical SEO times (the late 1990s), search engines had submission forms that were part of the optimization process. Webmasters and site owners would tag their sites and pages with keyword information, and submit them to the engines. Soon after submission, a bot would crawl and include those resources in their index. Simple SEO!

Unfortunately, this process didn't scale very well, the submissions were often spam, so the practice eventually gave way to purely crawl-based engines. Since 2001, not only has search engine submission not been required, but has become virtually useless. The engines all publicly note that they rarely use submitted URLs, and that the best practice is to earn links from other sites. This will expose your content to the engines naturally.

You can still sometimes find submission pages (here's one for Bing), but these are remnants of the past, and are unnecessary in the practice of modern SEO. If you hear a pitch from an SEO offering search engine submission services, run, don't walk, to a real SEO. Even if the engines used the submission service to crawl your site, you'd be unlikely to earn enough link juice to be included in their indices or rank competitively for search queries.

neelseowork
12-01-2017, 12:17 AM
These are the most common SEO myths :-

1. Meta titles and description
2. Quality Content
3. Link building is dead
4. On-page SEO
5. Keyword density

meta title and desc what???
On page SEO ???

please be clear.

davidsmith21
12-01-2017, 02:17 AM
These are the most Common Myth:
Myth no. 1: Blogs will assistance your SEO.
Myth no. 2: know backlinks would made equivalent.
Myth no. 3: you camwood get looking into page 1 of Google to $99.
Myth no. 4: i need An contact In Google.
Myth no. 5: stuffing keywords is setting off on help me.

whisperingconch
12-01-2017, 02:34 AM
Myth #1: You should optimize meta titles and description for search engines over people
Myth #2: More links are better than more content
Myth #3: Link building is dead
Myth #5: All I need is on-page SEO

sadianisar
12-05-2017, 10:13 AM
Most common SEO myths are that SEO is dead, SEO is not useful for companies or businesses, Blogs are not effective etc.