Top SEO Secret Of 2016

Top SEO Secret 2016 by @tobto

Top SEO Secret Of 2016: No one can guarantee a #1 ranking on Google

While Year 2016 is rolling down slowly to the its end, I started to learn a new list of 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards Nominees - how they sound. I found very interesting to see a new producers, artists, bands of all genres and - the most interesting: the tech awards nominees. A top producers are Top Inventors - they create a new sounds, effects, workflows, shows in parallel with its designers and marketers. They generate aт avalanche of new ideas, which alive the Music revolution and

streaming services, as Google Play and iTunes, Rdio and Spotify. How they all got paid? Nobody knows ), but it seems I know - they use semantic metadata implemented for search, such as Artist Name, Composer, Length and Date Of Release. They are our the most interesting Big Data. Music delivers to a listener ear and its owner knows - who, when, how, where his hit song was played and how many times. Oh, an incredible times! I can imagine Mozart sitting behind his piano and reading recent streaming stats in his Vienna residence, thinking to cook a new tune to be more popular for his Germany girls - fans.

But in SEO world we have got the same analogy - we want our product was a bit closer to our customer. And what we do - we hire SEO specialist, which insert metadata into our products, use's a special SEO methodology to deliver information about our product to the right customer in the right time and specific location. We do that. And you know, I have got the Top SEO Secret Of 2016!

No one can guarantee a #1 ranking. But how? Who told that? Google.

So, SEO dead again? No. In order to survive (ironic sign) SEO dudes use a lot of different things: they use HTML meta data, Open Graph, RDF, RSS, XML, Schema, create responsive sites and other hints and tricks to popularize your resource on that planet. And sometimes such efforts work.

And what I do, having 16+ years of SEO experience behind my back?

List Of Services I provide:

- consultation ($50/h)
- naming (choosing its name is difficult nowadays)
- logotype design (responsive and non-responsive)
- content analysis
- branded responsive site design and programming
- semantic meta data implementation.

and more: hosting, emails, geo targeting.

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