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Nov 28 Posted 1 year ago
People will learn from these story.The story of these ideal wimen will give a dircetion, incresement and hope of those women who wants their carrier in SEO field.Thanks for sharing article.
Nov 27 Posted 1 year ago
Ok, I must say that is probably my fault I’ve heard about two persons on this list (1st and 2nd, ) and I must ask the writer of this article a couple of things –
You’re talking about Jil Whalen, she is almost at the top of your list…yet, she is not taking new SEO clients, she retired from SEO and she now tweets about random stuff like maple syrup and muffins. I got the fact that she was inspiration for some of the folks out there (not for me), but if this list was supposed to cover SEO woman you should take her out, she is not in the business anymore...Oh, one more thing, she is the person that indirectly said that SEO is dead!? And the reason for this (according to Jil) is the fact that Google algorithm became almost perfect…wow, that was bold.