The Poetry of SEO | iAcquire Blog

“We are not bound by the limitations of search, but rather our creative obstacles are informed by the fact.”

via The Poetry of SEO | iAcquire Blog.

Oh to be a poet again! Alas! It was not to be. Many a poet in modern times writes very few poems. They’re all too busy writing “content.” This article on the Poetry of SEO at iAcquire Blog is one of the most amazing I’ve read in a long time regarding not only the ability, but the need to write GOOD content instead of just any content that abides by the currently accepted standard practices for SEO.

Everyone agrees that SEO is vital for any online business, but I’d go so far as to say that SEO is vital for ANY business in today’s day and age. Unless you’re in the business of selling pamphlets on how to live like a Pilgrim and avoid the evils of the modern computer. Actually, having said that, I now have to take it back. Even if you were in the business of selling pamphlets on how to live like a Pilgrim and avoid the evils of the modern computer, you’d probably still be able to drastically increase your overall sales and generate some madly effective branding if you utilized SEO practices and some well aimed social media accounts.

Sorry! You simply can’t escape the need for online marketing and social media for your business. Read on for more tips and hints on how to make the Internet work for you business.

seo, search engine optimization, online marketing, writing good content, good seo content

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