June 16, 2010
Here's what my Twitter followers said:
kennyhyder: Not if you're a good SEO.
janetdmiller: Agree with @RustyBrick – True.
timstaines: Anything "could" be tomorrow's SE spam with an algo tweak.
Emma_Lee1: If your focus is rankings & immediate returns you'll be tomorrow's spam. If SEO for people to find needed info you'll be OK.
ann_donnelly: False. Good SEO techniques are the ones that stand the test of time as they are just good practices to follow.
georgebounacos: Yes, esp. those on the edge. But best practices centered around users & usability are likely to be safe forever.
rishil: Absolutely Freaking True. Proviso: You don't keep up with guidelines. If you do – you may escape.
MCIMaui: True as SEO is not a regulated field. But if U R focused on SEO that builds interest/benefit 4 the visitor, U should OK.
Jill's response: Wow! Just wow. This one needs a much longer response than I can put into the Twitter Question of the Week thread. See Search Engine Algorithm Changes Effects on SEO for my response.
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