Is SEO Dead? Some people (bloggers, and so-called "experts") in SEO, would have you think that. At least that's the message that seems to be permeating the Internet lately.
Anyone who follows me on this blog will know, I don't post things here very often. I'm either too busy working on other things for our clients, or I'm posting things on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Google +. So when I DO POST something here, it's either because I need to drive home a point, clear up a misunderstanding, rant and vent, or a combination of all three. In this case, it's a combination of all three!
Let's face it: pay-per-click can be very expensive, especially if you're wanting to drive thousands of visitors to your site. There are few keywords that I've targeted with AdWords that cost less than 50 cents to a dollar per click that generate any real traffic. If the return on investment is there it may not be a problem, but what if you don't have thousands of dollars to float your costs while you wait for your paid ads to turn into closings?
I hate to keep preaching the same sermon over and over… but it's clear that some of you just don't pay attention to the preacher.
Ladies and Gentlemen… boys and girls… if I've said it once, I've said it 20 times. "DO NOT SIGN UP WITH SITES LIKE THIS! DO NOT!!!!"