Author Topic: SEO is nothing, why are you doing hard work?  (Read 1483 times)

Offline danielnash

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SEO is nothing, why are you doing hard work?
« on: October 04, 2017, 09:02:08 AM »
Guys, I am working in SEO since 10 years,

All guys are working hard in doing Off-Page activities, this does not work, why are you wasting time?

Only tricks work in SEO, and stop saying that keywords take 2-3 month time to optimize, this is false; any keyword can be ranked within one day, I can do this and I have done it for many sites.

All bloggers and SEO tips provider site like MOZ, Search Engine Journal giving you false tips and information, they are doing misguide all of you, making all of you fool because they want to keep all SEO engage with their false tips so that their Competitors can be engaged with false tips and competition can be reduced, and their site can get rank well.

Have you seen any Off-Page activities done by MOZ, Search Engine Journal like sites?

No! But still, they are ranking well, have you thought about this thing?

They do not time waste in Off-Page activities, they do smart work; they use tricks.

So guys stop following this types of sites and stop being fool.

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Re: SEO is nothing, why are you doing hard work?
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2018, 08:42:09 PM »
I don't think it's false information, but more of, too many talking about stuff they don't know, or have little experience with. Not just SEO. And too many people just repeating what they've heard or read somewhere else. Fake it till you make it. Even if it's giving out bad advice.

You can't say MOZ ranks and they don't do anything. Not even close. They put out big content that is popular, they have a big following, that is most of their off page work, done for them by others. And how do you know they don't do any off page SEO? Do you work there?