• http://www.planetc1.com/ chiropractic

    The third paragraph in is one of the best I’ve read in a long long time. Wish I could have read this 10 years ago.

  • http://www.wealthforteens.com wealthforteens

    Hah, if I got a penny (or cent) for everytime I hear the phrase ‘End of SEO’, I’d probably be set for life. I guess posts and comments like that sound sensational and get attention.

  • http://www.b-seenontop.com/ donnas

    I guess I look at “value” slightly differently. And forgive me if I am pointing out the obvious cause I don’t mean to suggest Aaron isn’t on the same page. He been a respected voice of SEO for some time now.

    To me “value” means creating and maintaining well satisfied customers who refer you to others and come back for more. That’s maybe why chiropractic found the third paragraph resonating. It’s a whole lot easier to add the newest widget to your site than to create happy customers. The value of the first is short-lived. The value of the second is, at the very least, sustaining.

  • http://www.marketrocker.com Market Rocker

    Seems a lot of people with specific agendas like to posit routinely that there will be the “death of” or “end of” SEO as a noun, but not as a verb. However, its totally illogical to contend that the latter doesn’t necessitate the former.