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Is it a Death Of SEO? – “Google Instant”

Did Google Instants launch Killed SEO?

Doesn’t seem so but we will quickly know this from user feed backs Google says, The most important consideration for marketers or anyone who creates content for SEO copy of the website or however, is in the bullets…

Steve Rubel says that it will make Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – the dark magic that helps websites appear higher in search results -totally irrelevant

  • Here’s one key passage from his blog post:

Q: Will Google Instant change search engine optimization?

A: I think over time it might. The search results will remain the same for a query, but it’s possible that people will learn to search differently over time. For example, I was recently researching a congressperson. With Google Instant, it was more visible to me that this congressperson had proposed an energy plan, so I refined my search to learn more, and quickly found myself reading a post on the congressperson’s blog that had been on page 2 of the search results.

The whole concept is really based on lot of user tendency reports it seems(Which Google Usually stores), usually even we would have noticed that people will type query and then look for perfect fit either on first or the second page, Google had nicely interpreted it to put that in quicker searches to give websites a benefit of not being in a queue to get the perfect solution of the query typed. Obviously on other side of coin the queries will be tweaked because of suggestions in Grey which instant gives… so might be our focus should be understanding user tendency to get better and best results for the keywords

But Cutts goes on to say that this doesn’t mean SEO is dead: I’ve said it before, but SEO is in many ways about change. The best SEOs recognize, adapt, and even flourish when changes happen

I Really Do agree.. Put your suggestions