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Sep 27 Posted 1 year ago
What it boils down to me, is that marketers will need to focus on creating Quality Relevant Content that is Engaging. Are you about QRCE? #QRCE
Sep 26 Posted 1 year ago
Franks thanks very much for the link to the whiteboard discussion by Rand at Moz.
However I respectfully disagree that this is a great move for the SEO industry.
It is my belief that all this will achieve is enable the ability for google to start offering the services curently provided by hrefs / majesticseo / moz and the like. The end game will result in google having a keyword data monopoly that they will charge for access to.
The supposed reason Google is doing this is for security of users search strings, but its total BS.